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Peter A Altman, John D Altman, Simon Stertzer: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Biocardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, July 9, 2002: US06416510 (202 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivered to the inside of the heart, the catheter ca ...


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Peter A Altman, Brian Hakem: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, April 15, 2003: US06547787 (115 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures including transmyocardial revascularization. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element, which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivere ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Peter A Altman, Brian K Hakim, Daniel J Kayser, Robert E Maston, Douglas McEtchin: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Biocardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett, January 28, 2003: US06511471 (113 worldwide citation)

A system and method for delivering a drug to a target site within a patient's body. The system and method include a steerable guide catheter and a drug delivery catheter. The steerable guide catheter has a first extension tube and a second extension tube that are joined together and form a shou ...


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Peter A Altman, John D Altman, Simon Stertzer: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. BioCardia, K David Crockett Esq, Crockett & Crockett PC, September 27, 2011: US08027740 (17 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivered to the inside of the heart, the catheter ca ...


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Altman Peter A, Altman John, Stertzer Simon: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Biocardia, CROCKETT K David, April 19, 2001: WO/2001/026706 (1 worldwide citation)

The helix (1804), which may be delivered to the endocardial spaces of the heart, for example the left ventricle wall (1816) is used to create helical pathways of damage within the heart tissue. The self-sealing helical pathway reduces the risk of life threatening pericardial tamponade and greatly re ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Peter A Altman, Brian K Hakim, Daniel J Kayser, Robert E Maston, Douglas McEtchin: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Crockett & Crockett, June 27, 2002: US20020082584-A1

A system and method for delivering a drug to a target site within a patient's body. The system and method include a steerable guide catheter and a drug delivery catheter. The steerable guide catheter has a first extension tube and a second extension tube that are joined together and form a shoulder. ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Peter A Altman, Brian K Hakim, Daniel J Kayser, Robert E Maston, Douglas McEtchin: Drug Delivery Catheters That Attach to Tissue and Methods for Their Use. BioCardia, Crockett & Crockett PC, December 25, 2008: US20080319420-A1

A system and method for delivering a drug to a target site within a patient's body. The system and method include a steerable guide catheter and a drug delivery catheter. The steerable guide catheter has a first extension tube and a second extension tube that are joined together and form a shoulder. ...


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Peter A Altman, John D Altman, Simon Stertzer: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Crockett & Crockett, November 28, 2002: US20020177772-A1

A drug delivery catheter suited for cardiac procedures. The catheter includes a distal helical coil or other fixation and penetrating element which can be operated from the proximal end of the catheter to engage and penetrate the myocardium. Once delivered to the inside of the heart, the catheter ca ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Peter A Altman, Brian K Hakim, Daniel J Kayser, Robert E Maston, Douglas McEtchin: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Crockett & Crockett, July 17, 2003: US20030135199-A1

A system and method for delivering a drug to a target site within a patient's body. The system and method include a steerable guide catheter and a drug delivery catheter. The steerable guide catheter has a first extension tube and a second extension tube that are joined together and form a shoulder. ...


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Daniel C Rosenman, Peter A Altman, Brian K Hakim, Daniel J Kayser, Robert E Maston, Douglas McEtchin: Drug delivery catheters that attach to tissue and methods for their use. Biocardia, Crockett & Crockett, October 5, 2006: US20060224111-A1

A system and method for delivering a drug to a target site within a patient's body. The system and method include a steerable guide catheter and a drug delivery catheter. The steerable guide catheter has a first extension tube and a second extension tube that are joined together and form a shoulder. ...