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Richard S Ginn, William N Aldrich: Vascular sheath with puncture site closure apparatus and methods of use. Medical Technology Group, Lyon & Lyon, March 6, 2001: US06197042 (567 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are provided for use in sealing a vascular puncture site. The invention comprises an introducer sheath with an integrated closure component. The closure component includes an advanceable resilient spring clip with an expanded delivery configuration in which opposing sides do no ...


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Richard S Ginn, William N Aldrich: Vascular sheath with puncture site closure apparatus and methods of use. Integrated Vascular Systems, James W Geriak, Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, October 14, 2003: US06632238 (212 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are provided for use in sealing a vascular puncture site. The invention comprises an introducer sheath with an integrated closure component. The closure component includes an advanceable resilient spring clip with an expanded delivery configuration in which opposing sides do no ...


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Richard S Ginn, William N Aldrich: Vascular sheath with puncture site closure apparatus and methods of use. Integrated Vascular Systems, Lyon & Lyon, August 21, 2001: US06277140 (188 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are provided for use in sealing a vascular puncture site. The invention comprises an introducer sheath with an integrated closure component. The closure component includes an advanceable resilient spring clip with an expanded delivery configuration in which opposing sides do no ...


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Richard S Ginn, William N Aldrich: Vascular sheath with puncture site closure apparatus and methods of use. Integrated Vascular Systems, Lyon & Lyon, January 3, 2002: US20020002386-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods are provided for use in sealing a vascular puncture site. The invention comprises an introducer sheath with an integrated closure component. The closure component includes an advanceable resilient spring clip with an expanded delivery configuration in which opposing sides do no ...


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Richard S Ginn, William N Aldrich: Vascular sheath with puncture site closure apparatus and methods of use. Medical Technology Group, Lyon & Lyon, July 5, 2001: US20010007077-A1

Apparatus and methods are provided for use in sealing a vascular puncture site. The invention comprises an introducer sheath with an integrated closure component. The closure component includes an advanceable resilient spring clip with an expanded delivery configuration in which opposing sides do no ...