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John Gainor, Jeff Helgerson, Richard S Kusleika, Dennis L Olson II: Retrievable septal defect closure device. ev3, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 28, 2005: US06911037 (115 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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John Gainor, Jeff Helgerson, Richard S Kusleika, Dennis L Olson II: Retrievable septal defect closure device. ev3, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 27, 2008: US07377936 (20 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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Adel W Mohamed, Mansour H Mohamed, Dmitri D Mungalov: Devices and methods for continuous surgical suturing. iSuturing, Neo IP, October 3, 2017: US09775602 (1 worldwide citation)

A machine constructed and configured for automatic continuous suturing for reduced or minimized scarring and reduced suturing time, including methods of using the same. A device for continuous suturing. A device, method and suture for subcuticular suturing.


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Adel W Mohamed, Mansour H Mohamed, Dmitri D Mungalov: Suture stitches for continuous surgical suturing. iSuturing, Neo IP, September 26, 2017: US09770239

A suture stitch or a series of suture stitches with loops underneath and substantially parallel to the surface of a tissue for subcuticular suturing for reduced or minimized scarring and reduced suturing time. Each subsequent stitch connects with the previous suture through material across the diame ...


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John Gainor, Jeff Helgerson, Richard S Kusleika, Dennis L Olson: Retrievable septal defect closure device. Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 10, 2005: US20050033327-A1

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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John Gainor, Jeff Helgerson, Richard S Kusleika, Dennis L Olson II: Retrievable septal defect closure device. Ev3, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, August 14, 2008: US20080195123-A1

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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John Gainor, Jeff Helgerson, Richard S Kusleika, Dennis L Olson: Retrievable septal defect closure device. Fredrikson & Byron Pa, November 14, 2002: US20020169475-A1

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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Gainor John, Helgerson Jeff, Kusleika Richard S, Olson Dennis Ii: Retrievable septal defect closure device. Microvena Corporation, Gainor John, Helgerson Jeff, Kusleika Richard S, Olson Dennis Ii, sHOTCHKISS Edward S, March 15, 2001: WO/2001/017435

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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Gainor John, Helgerson Jeff, Kusleika Richard S, Olson Dennis Ii: Retrievable septal defect closure device. Microvena, June 5, 2002: EP1210014-A1

The present invention provides a septal defect closure device (10) having a first occluding disk (30) having a first flexible membrane (32) attached to a first frame (34) and a second occluding disk (20) having a second flexible membrane (22) attached to a separate second frame (24). The first frame ...


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Devices and Methods for Continuous Surgical Suturing. iSuturing, January 4, 2018: US20180000478-A1

A surgical suture module for a machine constructed and configured for automatic, continuous suturing for reduced or minimized scarring and reduced suturing time. A surgical suture module for continuous, subcuticular suturing. The module includes a generally circular needle with a needle shaft; a sup ...