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Sheng ping Zhong: Stents with hybrid coating for medical devices. SciMed Life Systems, Crompton Seager & Tufte, May 15, 2001: US06231600 (426 worldwide citation)

A device such as a stent is provided with a hybrid coating including a time released, restenosis inhibiting coating and a non-thrombogenic coating to prevent clotting on the device. One first coat or layer includes a polymer, a crosslinking agent, and pacitaxel, analogues, or derivatives thereof. Th ...


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Llanos Gerard H, Roller Mark B, Scopelianos Angelo: Coating for medical devices. Ethicon, April 3, 2002: EP1192957-A2 (223 worldwide citation)

The present invention includes biocompatible coatings and films for use on implantable medical devices and medical devices containing such coatings and films applied to a surface thereof, which coatings/films are present on the device in an amount effective to provide an inert surface to be in conta ...


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Dachuan Yang, Lixiao Wang, Joel Stanslaski, Liguang Tang: Hydrophilic lubricity coating for medical devices comprising a hydrophobic top coat. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, January 23, 2001: US06176849 (164 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a medical device for insertion into the body wherein the device has at least one surface which periodically comes into contact with a second surface. The first surface comprises an improved lubricious coating having a first hydrogel layer and a second hydrophobic top ...


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Sheng Ping Zhong: Hybrid coating for medical devices. Boston Scientific Corporation, Hoffmann & Baron, January 30, 2001: US06179817 (150 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are hybrid coatings for implantable medical devices. Such coatings include a first layer of an aqueous dispersion or emulsion of an organic acid functional group containing polymer, a crosslinker and a therapeutic agent dispersed therein. The coating also includes a second layer of an aque ...


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Donald H Lorenz, Walter S Creasy: Bio-effecting medical material and device. Hydromer, Hoffmann & Baron, September 6, 1988: US04769013 (150 worldwide citation)

A medical material comprising a polyurethane complexed with polyvinylpyrrolidone and a bio-effecting agent, such as an anti-bacterial agent, complexed with the polyvinylpyrrolidone. The material is used per se as, for example a foam, and as a coating for medical devices such as, for example, cathete ...


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Robert Edward Burrell, Larry Roy Morris: Anti-microbial coating for medical devices. Westaim Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, October 28, 1997: US05681575 (102 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial coatings and method of forming same on medical devices are provided. The coatings are formed by depositing a biocompatible metal by vapor deposition techniques to produce atomic disorder in the coating such that a sustained release of metal ions sufficient to produce an anti-microbial ...


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Robert Edward Burrell, Larry Roy Morris: Anti-microbial coating for medical devices. Westaim Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, May 29, 2001: US06238686 (95 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial coatings and method of forming same on medical devices are provided. The coatings are formed by depositing a biocompatible metal by vapour deposition techniques to produce atomic disorder in the coating such that a sustained release of metal ions sufficient to produce an anti-microbia ...


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Robert E Burrell, Larry Roy Morris: Anti-microbial coating for medical devices. Westaim Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, June 23, 1998: US05770255 (94 worldwide citation)

Anti-microbial coatings and method of forming same on medical devices. The coatings are formed by depositing a biocompatible metal by physical vapor deposition techniques to produce atomic disorder in the coating such that a sustained release of metal ions sufficient to produce an anti-microbial eff ...


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Frantisek Rypacek, Monika Lapcikova, Ludka Machova: Polymer coating for medical devices. CV Therapeutics, CV Therapeutics, January 9, 2007: US07160592 (92 worldwide citation)

Coatings are provided in which surfaces may be activated by covalently bonding a silane derivative to the metal surface, covalently bonding a lactone polymer to the silane derivative by in situ ring opening polymerization, and depositing at least one layer of a polyester on the bonded lactone. Biolo ...


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