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Bessler Marc: Endoscopic gastric bypass. The Trustees Of Columbia University In The City Ofnew York, Bessler Marc, DIPPERT William H, March 4, 2004: WO/2004/017863 (72 worldwide citation)


An endoscopic device that separates ingested food froom gastric fluids or gastric fluids and digestive enyzmes, to treat obesity. In a particular embodiment a gastric bypass stent (40) comprises a tubular member and two or more stent members defining a lumen. The tubular member has a substantially l ...


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Harel Tami, Mika Yuval: Gastrointestinal methods and apparatus for use in treating disorders and controlling blood sugar. Metacure, Harel Tami, Mika Yuval, DIPPERT William H, September 22, 2005: WO/2005/087310 (42 worldwide citation)


A method of glucose level control comprising providing at least one electrode adapted to apply an electric field to a pancreas; and applying an electric field to the pancreas using said at least one electrode such that blood glucose levels are significantly reduced and blood insulin levels are not s ...


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Wilson Jean Laurent, Lucas Thomas Edward, Lamond Jacques: Portable optical measurement assembly and methods. Latham Plastics, Wilson Jean Laurent, Lucas Thomas Edward, Lamond Jacques, DIPPERT William H, October 2, 2008: WO/2008/119073 (29 worldwide citation)


A portable optical measurement assembly for measuring the dimensions of an upper peripheral region of a wall structure of a swimming pool is provided. The assembly comprises an optical unit subassembly including an optical unit casing. The optical unit casing encloses a light source structured and a ...


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Policker Shai, Prutchi David, Bitton Ophir, Rousso Benny, Glasberg Offer: Wireless leads for gastrointestinal tract applications. Metacure, Policker Shai, Prutchi David, Bitton Ophir, Rousso Benny, Glasberg Offer, DIPPERT William H, September 28, 2006: WO/2006/102626 (27 worldwide citation)


Apparatus is provided, including a control unit (310), adapted to be implanted within a patient (324), and a corkscrew-shaped electrode mount (400), adapted to be implanted in a wall of a stomach of the patient. The corkscrew-shaped electrode mount includes first (404) and second (424) electrodes, a ...


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Allen Mark, Fonseca Michael, White Jason, Kroh Jason, Stern David: Implantable wireless sensor for blood pressure measurement within an artery. Cardiomems, Allen Mark, Fonseca Michael, White Jason, Kroh Jason, Stern David, DIPPERT William H, February 19, 2004: WO/2004/014456 (24 worldwide citation)


Intra-arterial blood pressure is monitored by inserting a pressure transducer sensor (250) using a catheter (258) into an artery and then using a small, hand-held read out device to measure pressure easily, safely, inexpensively and accurately. In one aspect a sensor (250) is introduced into the bod ...


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O Brien David, White Jason, Fonseca Michael, Kroh Jason, Allen Mark, Stern David: Implantable wireless sensor. Cardiomems, O Brien David, White Jason, Fonseca Michael, Kroh Jason, Allen Mark, Stern David, DIPPERT William H, March 31, 2005: WO/2005/027998 (23 worldwide citation)


The progress of a endovascular aneurysm repair can be monitored by inserting a pressure transducer sensor using a catheter into the sac during endovascular aneurysm repair and then using a small, hand-held read out device to measure pressure easily, safely, inexpensively and accurately. In one aspec ...


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Friedman Craig D, Costantino Peter D, Datta Arindam, Tinkelenberg Arthur H: Method and system for intravesicular delivery of therapeutic agents. The Biomerix Corporation, Friedman Craig D, Costantino Peter D, Datta Arindam, Tinkelenberg Arthur H, DIPPERT William H, May 6, 2004: WO/2004/037318 (19 worldwide citation)


A therapeutic agent delivery implant (42) for implantation into a patient's body comprises a resilient or flexible, at least partially hydrophobic reticulated elastomeric support scaffold; and a hydrophilic coating arranged on said scaffold, wherein said coating contains one or more therapeutic agen ...


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Treat Michael R: Ringed forceps. The Trustees Of Columbia University In The City Ofnew York, Treat Michael R, DIPPERT William H, April 22, 2004: WO/2004/032596 (16 worldwide citation)


A surgical instrument comprises two oppositely-positioned working numbers (212, 214) each having proximal and distal ends and each having a working surface. The instrument also comprises at least one ring member (260) affixed to a least one of the working members to encompass one or more of a user's ...


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Martone Stephen, Hadani Ron: Sheath with channel for endoscope. Vision Sciences, Martone Stephen, Hadani Ron, DIPPERT William H, February 24, 2005: WO/2005/016181 (15 worldwide citation)


A sheath assembly (100) for an invasive probe. The sheath assembly (100) includes an internal sheath (102) for covering a probe and at least one channel tube (112) external to the internal sheath (102), the channel tube (112) being foldable into a closed state in which the tube does not define a cha ...



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