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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, Timothy R MacHold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Heartport, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, April 7, 1998: US05735290 (347 worldwide citation)

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta. The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induce ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Heartport, Jeffry J Grainger, Jens E Hoekendijk, James M Heslin, February 22, 2000: US06027476 (55 worldwide citation)

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta. The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induce ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, William S Peters, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Heartport, Brian S Tomko, November 7, 2006: US07131447 (26 worldwide citation)

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induced ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, William S Peters, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. December 4, 2001: US06325067 (22 worldwide citation)

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta. The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be i ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, William S Peters, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Heartport, Brian Tomko, April 18, 2006: US07028692 (8 worldwide citation)

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta. The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induce ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, William S Peters, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Philip S Johnson, Johnson & Johnson, October 7, 2004: US20040194791-A1

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induced ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, William S Peters, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Audley A Ciamporcero Jr, Johnson & Johnson, August 1, 2002: US20020100482-A1

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta. The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induce ...


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Wesley D Sterman, Lawrence C Siegel, Patricia E Curtis, John H Stevens, William S Peters, Timothy R Machold: Methods and systems for performing thoracoscopic coronary bypass and other procedures. Audley A Ciamporcero Jr, Johnson & Johnson, January 31, 2002: US20020013569-A1

A method for closed-chest cardiac surgical intervention relies on viewing the cardiac region through a thoracoscope or other viewing scope and endovascularly partitioning the patient's arterial system at a location within the ascending aorta. The cardiopulmonary bypass and cardioplegia can be induce ...