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Kirsten L Valley, David W Snow, William S Peters: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, Jeffry J Grainger, Jens E Hoekendijk, Michael J Lynch, June 16, 1998: US05766151 (484 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for temporarily inducing cardioplegic arrest in the heart of a patient and for establishing cardiopulmonary bypass in order to facilitate surgical procedures on the heart and its related blood vessels. Specifically, a catheter based system is provided for isolating t ...


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Kirsten L Valley, David W Snow, Timothy C Corvi, Brian S Donlon, Stephen W Boyd, Sylvia W Fan, Alex T Roth, William S Peters, Richard J Mueller Jr, Hanson S Gifford III: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, Jeffry J Grainger, Jens E Hoekendijk, September 29, 1998: US05814016 (343 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for temporarily inducing cardioplegic arrest in the heart of a patient and for establishing cardiopulmonary bypass in order to facilitate surgical procedures on the heart and its related blood vessels. Specifically, a catheter based system is provided for isolating t ...


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Kirsten L Valley, David W Snow, Timothy C Corvi, Brian S Donlon, Stephen W Boyd, Sylvia W Fan, Alex T Roth, William S Peters, Richard J Mueller Jr, Hanson S Gifford III: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, Brian S Tomko, July 5, 2005: US06913600 (222 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for temporarily inducing cardioplegic arrest in the heart of a patient and for establishing cardiopulmonary bypass in order to facilitate surgical procedures on the heart and its related blood vessels. Specifically, a catheter based system is provided for isolating t ...


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Evard Philip C, Machold Timothy R, Stevens John H: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, May 29, 2002: EP1208867-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an endovascular device (20) for partitioning the ascending aorta and a system for arresting the heart to facilitate the performance of procedures such as heart valve replacement or coronary artery bypass grafting without the need for a thoracotomy. According to the invention, ...


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Valley Kirsten L, Snow David W, Corvi Timothy C, Donlon Brian S, Boyd Stephen W, Fan Sylvia W, Roth Alex T, Peters William S, Mueller Richard J Jr, Gifford Hanson S Iii: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, HESLIN James M, December 19, 1996: WO/1996/040347 (1 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods are provided for temporarily inducing cardio-plegia arrest in the heart of a patient, and for establishing cardiopulmonary bypass in order to facilitate surgical procedures onthe heart and its related blood vessels. Specifically, a catheterbased system is provided for isolating t ...


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Valley Kirsten L, Snow David W, Corvi Timothy C, Donlon Brian S, Boyd Stephen W, Fan Sylvia W, Roth Alex T, Peters William S, Mueller Richard J Jr, Gifford Hanson S Iii: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, April 22, 1998: EP0836501-A1

Devices and methods are provided for temporarily inducing cardio-plegia arrest in the heart of a patient, and for establishing cardiopulmonary bypass in order to facilitate surgical procedures onthe heart and its related blood vessels. Specifically, a catheterbased system is provided for isolating t ...


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Evard Philip C, Machold Timothy R, Stevens John H: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, July 3, 1996: EP0719161-A1

The invention provides an endovascular device (20) for partitioning the ascending aorta and a system for arresting the heart to facilitate the performance of precedures such as heart valve replacement or coronary artery bypass grafting without the need for a thoracotomy. According to the invention, ...


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Kirsten L Valley, David W Snow, Timothy C Corvi, Brian S Donlon, Stephen W Boyd, Sylvia W Fan, Alex T Roth, William S Peters, Richard J Mueller Jr, Hanson S Gifford Iii: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Jeffry J Grainger, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, August 23, 2001: US20010016725-A1

Devices and methods are provided for temporarily inducing cardioplegic arrest in the heart of a patient and for establishing cardiopulmonary bypass in order to facilitate surgical procedures on the heart and its related blood vessels. Specifically, a catheter based system is provided for isolating t ...


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Evard Philip C, Machold Timothy R, Stevens John H: Endovascular system for arresting the heart. Heartport, HESLIN James M, March 30, 1995: WO/1995/008364

The invention provides an endovascular device (20) for partitioning the ascending aorta and a system for arresting the heart to facilitate the performance of precedures such as heart valve replacement or coronary artery bypass grafting without the need for a thoracotomy. According to the invention, ...