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Richard J Renati: Transmyocardial shunt and its attachment mechanism, for left ventricular revascularization. Percardia, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner, August 9, 2005: US06926690 (84 worldwide citation)

A conduit is provided to provide a bypass around a blockage in the coronary artery. The conduit is adapted to be positioned in the myocardium or heart wall to provide a passage for blood to flow between a chamber of the heart such as the left ventricle and the coronary artery, distal to the blockage ...


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Wolf Scott F, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y: Transmyocardial shunt. Jenavalve Technology, February 13, 2008: EP1886649-A2 (46 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a conduit (12) that provides a bypass around an occlusion or stenosis in a coronary artery. The conduit is a tube adapted to be positioned in the heart wall to provide a passage for blood to flow between a heart chamber and a coronary artery, at a site distal to the occlusion or stenosi ...


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Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y: Transmyocardial shunt. Jenavalve Technology, November 15, 2007: JP2007-296375 (43 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a conduit for forming a passage for flowing blood between a heart chamber and a coronary artery, at a site distal to an occlusion or stenosis, in a tube positioned in a heart wall, in the conduit for bypassing around the occlusion or stenosis of the coronary artery.S ...


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Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y: Transmyocardial shunt. Percardia, May 12, 2005: JP2005-118585 (43 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a coronary bypass device causing little a vulnerary property to a patient.SOLUTION: A conduit 12 is disclosed for providing a bypass around an occlusion part or a stenosis part BL of a coronary artery CA. This conduit 12 is a tube arranged on a heart wall MYO, and pr ...


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Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y: Transmyocardial shunt. Percardia, July 4, 2001: EP1112042-A1 (35 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a conduit that provides a bypass around an occlusion or stenosis in a coronary artery. The conduit is a tube adapted to be positioned in the heart wall to provide a passage for blood to flow between a heart chamber and a coronary artery, at a site distal to the occlusion or stenosis. Th ...


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Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y: Transmyocardial shunt. Jenavalve Technology, February 19, 2009: JP2009-034529 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a conduit that provides a bypass around an occlusion or stenosis in a coronary artery.SOLUTION: This conduit 12 is a tube adapted to be positioned in the heart wall to provide a passage for blood to flow between a heart chamber LV and a coronary artery CA, at a site ...


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WOLF SCOTT F, WILK PETER J, PHELPS DAVID Y: Transmyocardial shunt, Transmyokardialer Shunt, Shunt transmyocardique. JENAVALVE TECHNOLOGY, September 14, 2011: EP2364669-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to conduits (12) that allow communication of fluids from one portion of a patient's body to another and, more particularly, to a blood flow conduit to allow communication from a heart chamber to a vessel or vice versa, and/or vessel to vessel img id="iaf01" file="imgaf001.tif" ...


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Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y: Transmyocardial shunt made with a blood vessel graft for left ventricular revascularization. Percardia, Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y, BOOKOFF Leslie I, March 23, 2000: WO/2000/015148 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a conduit that provides a bypass around an occlusion or stenosis in a coronary artery. The conduit is a tube adapted to be positioned in the heart wall to provide a passage for blood to flow between a heart chamber and a coronary artery, at a site distal to the occlusion or stenosis. Th ...


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Wilk Peter J, Kamm Roger D, Shim Eun Bo: Transmyocardial shunt for left ventricular revascularization. Percardia, Wilk Peter J, Kamm Roger D, Shim Eun Bo, BOOKOFF Leslie I, March 23, 2000: WO/2000/015146

Left ventricular conduits and related methods are disclosed for achieving bypass of a partially or completely occluded coronary artery. More broadly, conduits for allowing communication of bodily fluids from one portion of a patient's body to another and related methods are disclosed, including cond ...


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Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y, Furnish Greg R, Hall Todd A, Briefs Nancy C, Santamore William, Burkhoff Daniel: Transmyocardial shunt with valve for left ventricular revascularization. Percardia, Wolf Scott J, Wilk Peter J, Phelps David Y, Furnish Greg R, Hall Todd A, Briefs Nancy C, Santamore William, Burkhoff Daniel, GARRETT Arthur S, March 23, 2000: WO/2000/015149

Disclosed is a conduit that provides a bypass around a stenosis or occlusion in a coronary artery. The conduit is adapted to be positioned in the myocardium to provide a passage for blood to flow from a heart chamber to a coronary artery, at a site distal to the blockage or stenosis in the coronary ...