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Alain Cardon, Yvon Kerdiles, Michel Boliveau, Denis Ansel, Jean Debuigne: Stent for transluminal implantation. Meadox France, Bucknam and Archer, January 24, 1995: US05383892 (530 worldwide citation)

A stent consisting of the alternate juxtaposition of axially rigid cylindrical parts and at least one axially flexible cylindrical part. The stent comprises two axially rigid cylindrical parts at its two ends, the axially rigid cylindrical parts being adapted to expand radially in plastic manner and ...


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Claude Tihon, John H Burton, Bradford G Staehle, Michael A Mikulich: Resectable self-expanding stent. American Medical Systems, Haugen and Nikolai, October 18, 1994: US05356423 (282 worldwide citation)

A stent for transluminal implantation comprising a single-piece tubular member having a fenestrated side wall exhibiting a pattern of uniformly spaced openings defined by intersecting strands where the strands are integrally joined together at their points of intersection whereby the tubular member ...


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Erhard Starck, Rainer Trapp: Stent for the transluminal implantation in hollow organs. Variomed, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 2, 1999: US05876449 (154 worldwide citation)

A stent for transluminal implantation in hollow organs, in particular in blood vessels, ureters, oesophagae or gall tracts, comprising a substantially tubular body is described. The stent can be transformed from a compressed state with a first cross-sectional diameter into an expanded state with a s ...


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Stent for transluminal implantation into hollow organs. Variomed, October 2, 1996: EP0734698-A2 (134 worldwide citation)

For transluminal implantation in hollow organs, such as blood vessels, urethra etc., a stent comprises a tubular body (1) which can be put in an expanded state and has apertures (3,4) in both longitudinal and circumferential directions to ensure expansion. Each aperture has at least one section (3', ...


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Stent for transluminal implantation in a hollow organ. Variomed, October 15, 1997: EP0800800-A1 (51 worldwide citation)

The elongated slits (3,4) in the body are limited by elongated limiting components (5). At least two limiting components adjacently arranged in the peripheral direction of the stent are extendingly formed over the ends of the elongated slits and form a unified detection component (6). The detection ...


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Bernd Starck, Robert Alter: Stent for transluminal implantation. Micro Science Medical, Cantor Coblurn, December 24, 2002: US06497723 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a stent for transluminal implantation in a hollow organ, comprising a plurality of circumferentially interconnected stent members forming at least two chains. The chains are linked together via several intermediate members having at least a section disposed at a slant angle ...


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Tilman Schlick, Markus Kuhnle: Stent. BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SCIMED, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, January 23, 2018: US09872758

A stent for transluminal implantation comprises a first, second and third stent section for splinting and/or keeping open a hollow organ which are connected to each other via elastic tubular sections. The stent combines at least three different stent designs in one stent and can therefore be adjuste ...


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Arthur Jay Moss, Ilan Goldenberg, Shey Shing Sheu, Gisela Beutner, Mark F Bocko, Ido Goldenberg: Low intensity magnetic field devices for treatment of cardiac and neurological disorders. UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, Patent Technologies, Robert D Gunderman Jr, January 23, 2018: US09873000

There is provided a medical device comprising a low intensity electromagnetic field source to increase the respiratory control index values (RCI) of mitochondria. The medical device may be implantable, such as a cardiac rhythm management device, a stent, or a vascular graft. The device may also be w ...


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Cardon Alain, Kerdiles Yvon, Boliveau Michel, Ansel Denis, Debuigne Jean: Extenseur pour implantation transluminale, Stent for transluminal implantation. Meadox France, Meadox Medicals, MCCARTHY TETRAULT, March 30, 2004: CA2082367

The present invention relates to a stent consisting in the alternate juxtaposition of axially rigid cylindrical parts and at least one axially flexible cylindrical part ; said stent comprising two axially rigid cylindrical parts at its two ends ; said axially rigid cylindrical parts being adapted to ...


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