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Dan Jeffrey Hammersmark, Stephen Kao, Craig Welk, Pablo Acosta, Joseph Karatt: Apparatus and methods for deployment of multiple custom-length prostheses (III). Xtent, Jeffry J Grainger Esq, Levine Bagade Han, January 22, 2008: US07320702 (97 worldwide citation)


Apparatus for delivering stents to body lumens include one or more tubular prostheses carried at the distal end of a catheter shaft, a sheath slidably disposed over the prostheses, and a guidewire tube extending from within the sheath to the exterior of the sheath through an exit port in a sidewall ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Stephen Kao, Joe Karratt, Steve Landreville, Eric Lang, David Sanderson, Craig Welk, David Snow: Apparatus and methods for positioning prostheses for deployment from a catheter. Xtent, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, Jeffry Grainger Esq, February 27, 2007: US07182779 (62 worldwide citation)


Apparatus for delivering stents to body lumens include a flexible catheter shaft, an expandable member, a tubular prosthesis selectively movable in an axial direction over the expandable member, and a stop member disposed on the catheter shaft near the distal end of the catheter shaft for stopping t ...


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Michael C McGarry, Craig Welk: In situ stent formation. J W Medical Systems, Levine Bagade Han, June 11, 2013: US08460357 (6 worldwide citation)


Apparatus and methods for delivering stents and other prostheses to body lumens include a prosthesis forming and deploying mechanism carried at the distal end of a catheter shaft. The mechanism is adapted to form and deploy prostheses of a variable length, and to form and deploy multiple prostheses ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Stephen Kao, Joe Karratt, Steve Landreville, Eric Lang, David Sanderson, Craig Welk, David W Snow: Apparatus and methods for positioning prostheses for deployment from a catheter. Xtent, Kilpatrick Townsend and Stockton, December 27, 2011: US08083788 (4 worldwide citation)


Apparatus for delivering stents to body lumens include a flexible catheter shaft, an expandable member, a tubular prosthesis selectively movable in an axial direction over the expandable member, and a stop member disposed on the catheter shaft near the distal end of the catheter shaft for stopping t ...


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Bernard Andreas, Craig Welk, David Sanderson: In situ stent formation. J W Medical Systems, Levine Bagade Han, February 4, 2014: US08641746 (2 worldwide citation)


Apparatus and methods for delivering stents and other prostheses to body lumens include a prosthesis forming and deploying mechanism carried at the distal end of a catheter shaft. The mechanism is adapted to form and deploy prostheses of a variable length, and to form and deploy multiple prostheses ...


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Bernard Andreas, Sunmi Chew, Jeremy Dittmer, Jeff Grainger, Stephen Kao, David Lowe, Bryan Mao, Steve Olson, David Snow, Craig Welk: Apparatus and methods for deployment of linked prosthetic segments. J W Medical Systems, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, February 18, 2014: US08652198


A luminal prosthesis comprises a plurality of radially expandable prosthetic stent segments arranged axially. Two or more of the prosthetic stent segments are separable upon expansion from the remaining prosthetic stent segments and a coupling structure connects at least some of the adjacent prosthe ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Stephen Kao, Joe Karratt, Steve Landreville, Eric Lang, David Sanderson, Craig Welk, David Snow: Apparatus and methods for positioning prostheses for deployment from a catheter. Xtent, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, January 13, 2005: US20050010276-A1


Apparatus for delivering stents to body lumens include a flexible catheter shaft, an expandable member, a tubular prosthesis selectively movable in an axial direction over the expandable member, and a stop member disposed on the catheter shaft near the distal end of the catheter shaft for stopping t ...


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Bernard Andreas, Craig Welk, David Sanderson: In situ stent formation. Xtent, Levine Bagade Han, November 30, 2006: US20060271150-A1


Apparatus and methods for delivering stents and other prostheses to body lumens include a prosthesis forming and deploying mechanism carried at the distal end of a catheter shaft. The mechanism is adapted to form and deploy prostheses of a variable length, and to form and deploy multiple prostheses ...


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Michael McGarry, Craig Welk: In situ stent formation. Xtent, Levine Bagade Han, November 30, 2006: US20060271151-A1


Apparatus and methods for delivering stents and other prostheses to body lumens include a prosthesis forming and deploying mechanism carried at the distal end of a catheter shaft. The mechanism is adapted to form and deploy prostheses of a variable length, and to form and deploy multiple prostheses ...


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Pablo Acosta, Bernard Andreas, Stephen Kao, Joe Karratt, Steve Landreville, Eric Lang, David Sanderson, Craig Welk, David Snow: Apparatus and methods for positioning prostheses for deployment from a catheter. Xtent, Townsend And Townsend And Crew, May 3, 2007: US20070100423-A1


Apparatus for delivering stents to body lumens include a flexible catheter shaft, an expandable member, a tubular prosthesis selectively movable in an axial direction over the expandable member, and a stop member disposed on the catheter shaft near the distal end of the catheter shaft for stopping t ...



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