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Stephen L Bolea, Robert L Rykhus Jr, Sidney F Hauschild, Johann J Neisz, Mark Polyak, Bradford G Staehle: Retrievable stent and method of use thereof. AMS Research Corporation, Kagan Binder PLLC, November 23, 2004: US06821291 (185 worldwide citation)

A removable stent system and method for extraction of a removable stent from a target site is disclosed. The removable stent includes a removable stent having a collapsible end and a collapsing element configured for coupling with a removal tool. The collapsing element can be configured as a lasso o ...


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Stephen L Bolea, Robert L Rykhus Jr, Sidney F Hauschild, Johann J Neisz, Mark Polyak, Bradford G Staehle: Retrievable stent and method of use thereof. American Medical Systems, Attension Jeffrey J Hohenshell, American Medical Systems, December 12, 2002: US20020188344-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A removable stent system and method for extraction of a removable stent from a target site is disclosed. The removable stent includes-a removable stent having a collapsible end and a collapsing element configured for coupling with a removal tool. The collapsing element can be configured as a lasso o ...


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Stephen L Bolea, Robert L Rykhus, Sidney F Hauschild, Johann J Neisz, Mark Polyak, Bradford G Staehle: Retrievable stent and method of use thereof. Kagan Binder Pllc, April 14, 2005: US20050080480-A1

A removable stent system and method for extraction of a removable stent from a target site is disclosed. The removable stent includes a removable stent having a collapsible end and a collapsing element configured for coupling with a removal tool. The collapsing element can be configured as a lasso o ...


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MAGNETIC SYSTEM TO PREVENT MIGRATION OF INTRA-LUMINAL MEDICAL STENT AND METHOD THEREOF. University of Virginia Patent Foundation, May 16, 2019: US20190142539-A1

Systems and methods for fixing a stent in position in an anatomical lumen. Such systems and methods include an intra-luminal stent and a magnet, implanted, for example, in the subcutaneous layer of the subject. The stent and the magnet are magnetically coupled such that the magnetic forces fix the s ...