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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. Novashunt, Franco A Serafini Esq, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps, December 25, 2007: US07311690 (103 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. March 27, 2007: US07195608 (48 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. NovaShunt, Jones Day, Nicola A Pisano, Jaime D Choi, November 24, 2009: US07621886 (17 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. NovaShunt, Jones Day, Nicola A Pisano, Christopher C Bolten, March 22, 2011: US07909790 (16 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. Sequana Medical, Foley & Lardner, Nicola A Pisano, Christopher C Bolten, August 27, 2013: US08517973 (4 worldwide citation)

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. Sequana Medical, Foley & Lardner, Christopher C Bolten, Nicola A Pisano, March 13, 2018: US09913968

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. Sequana Medical, Foley & Lardner, Christopher C Bolten, Nicola A Pisano, August 23, 2016: US09421347

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. David A Levine, July 29, 2004: US20040147871-A1

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. Levine Bagade, December 8, 2005: US20050273034-A1

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...


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Daniel R Burnett: Implantable fluid management system for the removal of excess fluid. David A Levine, May 5, 2005: US20050096582-A1

An implantable fluid management device, designed to drain excess fluid from a variety of locations in a living host into a second location within the host, such as the bladder of that host. The device may be used to treat ascites, chronic pericardial effusions, normopressure hydrocephalus, hydroceph ...