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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason Brian Whitt, Philip Christopher Evard, Patrick Edward Macaulay, John Thomas Garibotto, Claude A Vidal, Russell J Redmond, Thomas Banks: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. TransVascular, Robert D Buyan, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, February 20, 2001: US06190353 (975 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices, and systems for a) revascularization and/or b) performing other medical procedures at vascular or non-vascular intracorporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vessel to a vascular o ...


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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason Brian Whitt, Philip Christopher Evard, Patrick Edward Macaulay, John Thomas Garibotto, Claude A Vidal, Russell J Redmond, Thomas Banks: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Medtronic Vascular, Robert D Buyan, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, November 14, 2006: US07134438 (165 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices, and systems for a) revascularization and/or b) performing other medical procedures at vascular or non-vascular intracorporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vessel to a vascular o ...


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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason Brian Whitt, Philip Christopher Evard, Patrick Edward Macaulay, John Thomas Garibotto, Claude A Vidal, Russell J Redmond, Thomas Banks: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Medtronic Vascular, June 13, 2006: US07059330 (71 worldwide citation)

Methods, devices, and systems for a) revascularization and/or b) performing other medical procedures at vascular or non-vascular intracorporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vessel to a vascular o ...


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Evard Philip C, Flaherty J C, Garibotto John T, Macaulay Patrick E, Machold Timothy R, Makower Joshua, Whitt Jason B, Vidal Clade A, Redmond Russel J, Banks Thomas: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Transvascular, November 10, 1999: EP0954248-A1 (11 worldwide citation)

This invention is methods, devices, and systems for re-vascularization, and/or performing other medical procedures at a vascular or non-vascular intra-corporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vesse ...


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Evard Philip C, Flaherty J C, Garibotto John T, Macaulay Patrick E, Machold Timothy R, Makower Joshua, Whitt Jason B, Vidal Clade A, Redmond Russel J, Banks Thomas: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Transvascular, BUYAN Robert D, April 23, 1998: WO/1998/016161 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns methods, devices, and systems for re-vascularization, and/or performing other medical procedures at vascular or non-vascular intra-corporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway (10a) from a b ...


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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason B Whitt, Philip Christopher Evard, Patrick Edward Macaulay, John Thomas Garibotto, Margaret W Tumas, Alan Robert Selfridge: Catheters and related devices for forming passageways between blood vessels or other anatomical structures. Medtronic Vascular, July 25, 2017: US09713483

The inventions described in this patent application include i) a torqueable introducer sheath which is useable in conjunction with a transvascular passageway forming catheter to effect precise rotational control of the catheter; ii) an anchorable guide catheter which is useable in conjunction with a ...


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Jon McGrath, Mohammed S El Kurdi, Lorenzo Soletti, J Christopher Flaherty: Vessel remodeling methods and devices for use in a graft device. Neograft Technologies, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, February 28, 2017: US09579224

Methods and devices for treating a vessel for use in a medical procedure are disclosed. A vein or other vessel can be modified in situ, prior to harvesting. Subsequently, at least a portion of the vessel is removed, and subsequently implanted to treat a patient, typically in a bypass procedure in wh ...


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Joshua Makower, J Christopher Flaherty, Timothy R Machold, Jason Brian Whitt, Philip Christopher Evard, Patrick Edward Macaulay, John Thomas Garibotto, Claude A Vidal, Russell J Redmond, Thomas Banks: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Trans Vascular, Stout Uxa Buyan & Mullins, March 25, 2004: US20040059280-A1

Methods, devices, and systems for a) revascularization and/or b) performing other medical procedures at vascular or non-vascular intracorporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vessel to a vascular o ...


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Makower Joshua, Flaherty J C, Machold Timothy R, Whitt Jason B, Evard Philip C, Macaulay Patrick E, Garibotto John T, Vidal Clade A, Redmond Russel J, Banks Thomas: Methods and apparatus for bypassing arterial obstructions and/or performing other transvascular procedures. Transvascular, BUYAN Robert D, April 17, 1997: WO/1997/013463

This invention is methods, devices, and systems for re-vascularization, and/or performing other medical procedures at a vascular or non-vascular intra-corporeal locations within a mammalian body. The methods generally comprise the formation of at least one extravascular passageway from a blood vesse ...


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VESSEL REMODELING METHODS AND DEVICES FOR USE IN A GRAFT DEVICE. September 14, 2017: US20170258609-A1

Methods and devices for treating a vessel for use in a medical procedure are disclosed. A vein or other vessel can be modified in situ, prior to harvesting. Subsequently, at least a portion of the vessel is removed, and subsequently implanted to treat a patient, typically in a bypass procedure in wh ...