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Andrzej J Chanduszko, David R Widomski, Carol A Devellian: Welding systems useful for closure of cardiac openings. W L Gore & Associates, DLA Piper, August 2, 2011: US07988690 (6 worldwide citation)

A welding element is provided for applying heat, chemicals, pressure, or any combination thereof to tissues inside a patient's body, e.g., a patent foramen ovale. In one aspect, the welding element is connected to a radio frequency energy source and includes an electrode and a locator. The locator f ...


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Andrzej J Chanduszko, David R Widomski, Carol A Devellian: Welding systems useful for closure of cardiac openings. W L Gore & Associates, DLA Piper, January 8, 2013: US08348945

A welding element is provided for applying heat, chemicals, pressure, or any combination thereof to tissues inside a patient's body, e.g., a patent foramen ovale. In one aspect, the welding element is connected to a radio frequency energy source and includes an electrode and a locator. The locator f ...


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Andrzej J Chanduszko, David R Widomski, Carol A Devellian: Welding systems useful for closure of cardiac openings. NMT Medical, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham, September 1, 2005: US20050192654-A1

A welding element is provided for applying heat, chemicals, pressure, or any combination thereof to tissues inside a patient's body, e.g., a patent foramen ovale. In one aspect, the welding element is connected to a radio frequency energy source and includes an electrode and a locator. The locator f ...


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Andrzej J Chanduszko, David R Widomski, Carol A Devellian: Welding Systems Useful for Closure of Cardiac Openings. Wl Gore & Associates, November 17, 2011: US20110282345-A1

A welding element is provided for applying heat, chemicals, pressure, or any combination thereof to tissues inside a patient's body, e.g., a patent foramen ovale. In one aspect, the welding element is connected to a radio frequency energy source and includes an electrode and a locator. The locator f ...


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Welding Systems Useful for Closure of Cardiac Openings. W L GORE & ASSOCIATES, April 25, 2013: US20130103034-A1

A welding element is provided for applying heat, chemicals, pressure, or any combination thereof to tissues inside a patient's body, e.g., a patent foramen ovale. In one aspect, the welding element is connected to a radio frequency energy source and includes an electrode and a locator. The locator f ...