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Rodney W Bosley Jr, Paul G Thomson, Thomas L Foster: Echogenic devices, material and method. Vance Products Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, January 21, 1992: US05081997 (149 worldwide citation)

Echogenic medical devices and methods of fabrication and of use are disclosed. The devices are adapted to be inserted into a patient. The device includes an elongated member including a material having an acoustic impedance different from that of the surrounding medium. The medium includes surroundi ...


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Bosley Jr Rodney W, Paul G Thomson, Thomas L Foster: Echogenic devices, material and method. Vance Products Incorporated, Richard J Godlewski, April 13, 1993: US05201314 (109 worldwide citation)

Echogenic medical devices and methods of fabrication and of use are disclosed. The devices are adapted to be inserted into a patient. The device includes an elongated member including a material having an acoustic impedance different from that of the surrounding medium. The medium includes surroundi ...


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Bosley Rodney W Jr, Thomson Paul G, Foster Thomas L: Echogenic devices, material and method.. Vance Products, July 28, 1993: EP0552924-A1 (60 worldwide citation)

Echogenic medical devices and methods of fabrication and of use are disclosed. The devices are adapted to be inserted into a patient. The device includes an elongated member (1502) including a material (1503) having an acoustic impedance different from that of the surrounding medium. The medium incl ...


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Bosley Rodney Wayne Jr, Thomson Paul Guy, Foster Thomas Lee: Dispositifs echogeniques, materiel et methode, Echogenic devices, material and method. Vance Products Incorporated Doing Business Cook Urological, KIRBY EADES GALE BAKER, March 21, 1995: CA2022464 (2 worldwide citation)

Echogenic medical devices and methods of fabrication andof use are disclosed. The devices are adapted to beinserted into a patient. The device includes an elongatedmember including a material having an acoustic impedancedifferent from that of the surrounding medium. The mediumincludes surrounding bi ...


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Bosley Rodney W Jr, Thomson Paul G, Foster Thomas L: Dispositifs generateurs decho, materiau et methodes de fabrication et dutilisation connexe, Echogenic devices, material and method. Vance Products Incorporated D B A Cook Urological Incorporated, Vance Products Incorporated D B A Cook Urological Incorporated, KIRBY EADES GALE BAKER, December 2, 2003: CA2087627

Echogenic medical devices and methods of fabrication and of use are disclosed. The devices are adapted to be inserted into a patient. The device includes an elongated member including a material having an acoustic impedance different from that of the surrounding medium. The medium includes surroundi ...


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ECHOGENIC PROBE. February 23, 2017: US20170049993-A1

Echogenic markers can be applied to probes such as medical needles, including radiofrequency cannulae, injection needles, biopsy needles, microwave antennae, and spinal needles, among others. For example, in certain embodiments, the probes may have a distal end, a proximal end, a shaft, and an echog ...


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Echogenic Coil Member for a Catheter Assembly. June 21, 2018: US20180169383-A1

The present invention is directed to an echogenic coil member for a catheter assembly and methods of manufacturing same. The catheter assembly includes a catheter having a proximal end and a distal end that defines a lumen extending from the proximal end to the distal end. Thus, the echogenic coil m ...


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Echogenic Catheter Member. June 28, 2018: US20180177980-A1

The present invention is directed to an echogenic member assembly for use with a catheter assembly. The echogenic member assembly includes at least one echogenic member having a cylindrical body extending between a first end and a second end. Thus, the body defines a longitudinal length between the ...


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Echogenic Article with Compound Indentations. December 13, 2018: US20180353155-A1

The present invention provides an article or an interface having a distribution of a first partially spherical indentation and at least a second partially spherical indentation contained within the first indentation to form a multi-component or “compound” shape that is referred to as a “compound” or ...