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David W Chang: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Silk Road Medical, Fred C Hernandez, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, November 13, 2012: US08308709 (19 worldwide citation)

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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David W Chang: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Silk Road Medical, Fred C Hernandez, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, February 1, 2011: US07879011 (17 worldwide citation)

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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Chang David W: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Chang David W, SHOOP Rick, May 26, 2006: WO/2006/055826 (10 worldwide citation)

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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David W Chang: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Silk Road Medical, Fred C Hernandez, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, March 29, 2016: US09295817 (4 worldwide citation)

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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David W Chang: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Silk Road Medical, Fred C Hernandez, Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo P C, June 6, 2017: US09669183 (3 worldwide citation)

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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Chang David W: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Chang David W, September 5, 2007: EP1827555-A2

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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David W Chang: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Morrison & Foerster, May 18, 2006: US20060106338-A1

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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David W Chang: Endoluminal delivery of anesthesia. Silk Road Medical, May 26, 2011: US20110125131-A1

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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ENDOLUMINAL DELIVERY OF ANESTHESIA. July 4, 2013: US20130172852-A1

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...


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Endoluminal Delivery Of Anesthesia. September 29, 2016: US20160279379-A1

Described herein are methods and devices for selectively applying fluids (particularly anesthetics) to a target tissue from within a blood vessel while minimizing the amount of fluid applied to non-target tissue. The injection catheters described herein may include an elongate body, a directional in ...