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Geoffrey A Orth, Scott C Anderson, Peter S Brown: Expandable stent forming projecting barbs and method for deploying. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, January 7, 1997: US05591197 (472 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal stent for implanting in a body lumen in which a plurality of connecting members are deformed radially outwardly to form projecting barbs for attaching the stent to a body lumen. The stent has a first, unexpanded low profile diameter for intraluminal delivery, and a second, larger exp ...


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Geoffrey A Orth, Scott C Anderson, Peter S Brown: Expandable stent forming projecting barbs and method for deploying. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems, Fulwider Patton Lee & Utecht, October 28, 1997: US05681346 (143 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal stent for implanting in a body lumen in which a plurality of connecting members are deformed radially outwardly to form projecting barbs for attaching the stent to a body lumen. The stent has a first, unexpanded low profile diameter for intraluminal delivery, and a second, larger exp ...


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Orth Geoffrey A, Anderson Scott C, Brown Peter S: Expandable stent forming projecting barbs and method for deploying. Advanced Cardiovascular System, September 18, 1996: EP0732088-A2 (65 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal stent for implanting in a body lumen in which a plurality of connecting members are deformed radially outwardly to form projecting barbs for attaching the stent to a body lumen. The stent has a first, unexpanded low profile diameter for intraluminal delivery, and a second, larger exp ...


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Orth Geoffrey A, Brown Peters S, Anderson Scott C: Expandable stent forming projecting barbs and method for deploying. Advanced Cardiovascular System, January 26, 2000: EP0974314-A2 (29 worldwide citation)

An intraluminal stent for implanting in a body lumen in which a plurality of connecting members are deformed radially outwardly to form projecting barbs for attaching the stent to a body lumen. The stent has a first, unexpanded low profile diameter for intraluminal delivery, and a second, larger exp ...



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