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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Lynn Thompson, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, March 23, 2004: US06709667 (137 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, May 3, 2011: US07934504 (41 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, March 24, 2009: US07506650 (31 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, September 22, 2009: US07591268 (22 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Christian Lowe, Don Gurskis, Ashish Khera, Monica Barnhart, Steven Bacich, Betsy Swann, Roberto Silva Torres: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, December 20, 2011: US08079364 (8 worldwide citation)

Contraceptive methods, systems, and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath is withdrawn proxim ...


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Lowe Christian, Gurskis Don, Khera Ashish, Barnhart Monica, Bacich Steven, Swann Betsy, Silva Torres Roberto: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, July 20, 2005: EP1554999-A1 (6 worldwide citation)

Contraception methods, systems and devices generally improve the ease, speed and reliability with which a contraceptive device (12) can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device (12) may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath (14) is wit ...


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Lowe Christian, Gurskis Don, Khera Ashish, Barnhart Monica, Bacich Steven, Swann Betsy, Silva Torres Roberto: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, June 12, 2002: EP1212019-A1

Contraceptive methods, systems and devices generally improve the ease, speed, and reliability with which a contraceptive device (12) can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device (12) may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath (114) is w ...


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Lowe Christian, Gurskis Don, Khera Ashish, Barnhart Monica, Bacich Steven, Swann Betsy, Silva Torres Roberto: Deployment actuation system for intrafallopian contraception. Conceptus, May 14, 2008: EP1920741-A1

Contraception methods, systems and devices generally improve the ease, speed and reliability with which a contraceptive device (12) can be deployed transcervically into an ostium of a fallopian tube. The contraceptive device (12) may remain in a small profile configuration while a sheath (14) is wit ...


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