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Erik Andersen, Ernst P Strecker: Tubular medical prosthesis. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson, November 22, 1994: US05366504 (463 worldwide citation)

A tubular prosthesis including a tubular wall portion of loosely interlocked pattern, e.g. of knitted loops, constructed to function within a body lumen. The loops are preferably formed of co-knitted strand materials. A first strand material is a metal strand that structurally defines the tubular sh ...


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David L Sandock: Tubular medical prosthesis for use in a body lumen. Kopin Corporation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds PC, September 1, 1998: US05800519 (189 worldwide citation)

An implantable self-expanding medical prosthesis. The prosthesis has a tube-form body with a body wall structure having a geometric pattern of cells defined by a series of elongate strands extending to regions of intersection and interlocking joints at said regions of intersection formed by a portio ...


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Erik Andersen, Ernst Peter Strecker: Tubular medical prosthesis. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, October 7, 1997: US05674276 (175 worldwide citation)

A tubular prosthesis including a tubular wall portion of loosely interlocked pattern, e.g. of knitted loops, constructed to function within a body lumen. The loops are preferably formed of co-knitted strand materials. A first strand material is a metal strand that structurally defines the tubular sh ...


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Kevin R Heath: Tubular medical prosthesis. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 11, 2001: US06287331 (139 worldwide citation)

A tubular prosthesis device for use within the body. The device includes, a metal filament material formed of metal outer member having an exposed outer surface and a core within the extended outer member formed of a different metal than the outer member. The core is secured within and substantially ...


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Erik Andersen, Ernst Peter Strecker: Tubular medical prosthesis. Boston Scientific Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, April 24, 2001: US06221099 (113 worldwide citation)

A tubular prosthesis including a tubular wall portion of loosely interlocked pattern, e.g. of knitted loops, constructed to function within a body lumen. The loops are preferably formed of co-knitted strand materials. A first strand material is a metal strand that structurally defines the tubular sh ...


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Thomas A Burton: Tubular medical prosthesis. Waters Instruments, James R Haller, May 5, 1987: US04662890 (31 worldwide citation)

A tubular prosthesis comprising a tube having an inner end securable deeply within an outwardly-open body opening and an outer end affixed to a mounting plate. The outer tube end may be everted upon a circumferentially positioned rigid ring, the thus enlarged tube end bearing against an orifice form ...


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George Du: Woven prosthesis and method for manufacturing the same. MAQUET CARDIOVASCULAR, July 3, 2018: US10010401

A woven prosthesis, such as a woven vascular graft, woven from warp and weft yarns. Velour warp yarns forming the prosthesis are selectively incorporated into a base layer of the prosthesis so as to provide a bulbous section without compromising the porosity of the prosthesis.


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Andersen Erik Ronnens Kvarter, Strecker Ernst Peter: Tubular medical prosthesis.. Boston Scient, May 10, 1995: EP0651624-A1

A tubular prosthesis (10) including a tubular wall portion (12) of loosely interlocked pattern, e.g. of knitted loops, constructed to function within a body lumen. The loops are preferably formed of co-knitted strand materials. A first strand material (16) is a metal strand that structurally defines ...


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Andersen Erik, Strecker Ernst Peter: Prothese medicale tubulaire, Tubular medical prosthesis. Boston Scientific Corporation, Boston Scientific Corporation, SMART & BIGGAR, January 20, 1994: CA2139564

A tubular prosthesis (10) including a tubular wall portion (12) of loosely interlocked pattern, e.g. of knitted loops, constructed to function within a body lumen. The loops are preferably formed of co-knitted strand materials. A first strand material (16) is a metal strand that structurally defines ...


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Andersen Erik, Strecker Ernst Peter: Tubular medical prosthesis. Boston Scientific Corporation, WILLIAMS John N, January 20, 1994: WO/1994/001056

A tubular prosthesis (10) including a tubular wall portion (12) of loosely interlocked pattern, e.g. of knitted loops, constructed to function within a body lumen. The loops are preferably formed of co-knitted strand materials. A first strand material (16) is a metal strand that structurally defines ...