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David W Robertson: Ureteral stent with end-effector and related methods. Boston Scientific SciMed, September 27, 2005: US06949125 (30 worldwide citation)

A system and related methods for maintaining the patentcy of the ureter comprising a pusher tube having a pusher tube lumen and an inflate lumen disposed within a wall of the pusher tube and a urinary stent having a proximal and distal portions with an elongated body portion therebetween configured ...


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Robertson David W: Ureteral stent with end-effector and related methods. Scimed Life Systems, January 1, 2005: EP1494744-A1

A system and related methods for maintaining the patentcy of the ureter comprising a pusher tube having a pusher tube lumen and an inflate lumen disposed within a wall of the pusher tube and a urinary stent having a proximal and distal portions with an elongated body portion therebetween configured ...


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David W Robertson: Ureteral stent with end-effector and related methods. Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, October 16, 2003: US20030195456-A1

A system and related methods for maintaining the patentcy of the ureter comprising a pusher tube having a pusher tube lumen and an inflate lumen disposed within a wall of the pusher tube and a urinary stent having a proximal and distal portions with an elongated body portion therebetween configured ...


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David W Robertson: Ureteral stent with end-effector and related methods. Cooley Godward, January 19, 2006: US20060015190-A1

A system and related methods for maintaining the patentcy of the ureter comprising a pusher tube having a pusher tube lumen and an inflate lumen disposed within a wall of the pusher tube and a urinary stent having a proximal and distal portions with an elongated body portion therebetween configured ...


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Robertson David W: Ureteral stent with end-effector and related methods. Scimed Life Systems, BELOBORODOV Mark L, October 30, 2003: WO/2003/089038

A system and related methods for maintaining the patentcy of the ureter comprising a pusher tube having a pusher tube lumen and an inflate lumen disposed within a wall of the pusher tube and a urinary stent having a proximal and distal portions with an elongated body portion therebetween configured ...



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