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Bradley Linden, Donald F Palme II, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman: Device for closing a septal defect. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, June 3, 1997: US05634936 (615 worldwide citation)

A device for closing off a septal defect including a polymeric self-hardening material in a specific conformation which is delivered by a catheter device to the area of defect either directly on the cardiac tissue or into a balloon which spans both surfaces of the defect, and hardened in-situ by cha ...


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Richard S Ginn: Clip apparatus for closing septal defects and methods of use. Core Medical, James W Geriak, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, August 17, 2004: US06776784 (312 worldwide citation)

A device for closing a septal defect, such as a patent foramen ovale, includes a clip formed from a superelastic material that is inserted into a septum wall of a heart. The clip is advanced through a patient's vasculature, e.g., within a delivery apparatus, until the clip is disposed within a ...


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Bradley Linden, Donald F Palme II, Paul J Buscemi, Thomas J Holman: Device for closing a septal defect. Scimed Life Systems, Vidas Arrett & Steinkraus, August 7, 2001: US06270515 (250 worldwide citation)

A device for closing off a septal defect including a polymeric self-hardening material in a specific conformation which is delivered by a catheter means to the area of defect either directly on the cardiac tissue or into a balloon which spans both surfaces of the defect, and hardened in-situ by chan ...


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Richard S Ginn: Clip apparatus for closing septal defects and methods of use. Ovalis, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, June 22, 2010: US07740640 (9 worldwide citation)

A device for closing a septal defect, such as a patent foramen ovale, includes a clip formed from a superelastic material that is inserted into a septum wall of a heart. The clip is advanced through a patient's vasculature, e.g., within a delivery apparatus, until the clip is disposed within a first ...


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Richard S Ginn: Clip apparatus for closing septal defects and methods of use. Integrated Vascular Systems, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, March 6, 2003: US20030045893-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A device for closing a septal defect, such as a patent foramen ovale, includes a clip formed from a superelastic material that is inserted into a septum wall of a heart. The clip is advanced through a patient's vasculature, e.g., within a delivery apparatus, until the clip is disposed within a first ...


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James F McGuckin Jr: Septal defect closure device. Rex Medical, Neil D Gershon, December 27, 2011: US08083766

A device for closing a septal defect of a patient comprising a covering member and at least one retaining leg. The covering member has a first configuration for delivery and a second configuration for placement on the first side of the defect. The at least one retaining leg is configured to contact ...


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Ginn Richard S: Clip apparatus for closing septal defects and methods of use. Core Medical, June 23, 2004: EP1429662-A1

A device for closing a septal defect, such as a patent foramen ovale, includes a clip formed from a superelastic material that is inserted into a septum wall of a heart. The clip is advanced through a patient's vasculature, e.g., within a delivery apparatus, until the clip is disposed within a first ...


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James F McGuckin: Septal defect closure device. Rex Medical, Neil D Gershon, Chief Patent Cousel, December 7, 2006: US20060276839-A1

A device for closing a septal defect of a patient comprising a covering member and at least one retaining leg. The covering member has a first configuration for delivery and a second configuration for placement on the first side of the defect. The at least one retaining leg is configured to contact ...


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Richard S Ginn: Clip apparatus for closing septal defects and methods of use. Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, December 9, 2004: US20040249398-A1

A device for closing a septal defect, such as a patent foramen ovale, includes a clip formed from a superelastic material that is inserted into a septum wall of a heart. The clip is advanced through a patient's vasculature, e.g., within a delivery apparatus, until the clip is disposed within a first ...


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Richard S Ginn: Clip Apparatus For Closing Septal Defects And Methods Of Use. September 22, 2011: US20110230898-A1

A device for closing a septal defect, such as a patent foramen ovale, includes a clip formed from a superelastic material that is inserted into a septum wall of a heart. The clip is advanced through a patient's vasculature, e.g., within a delivery apparatus, until the clip is disposed within a first ...