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Benjamin Spenser, Netanel Benichu, Assaf Bash, Avraham Zakai: Implantable prosthetic valve. Percutaneous Valve Technologies, William H Dippert, Reed Smith, May 4, 2004: US06730118 (610 worldwide citation)


A valve prosthesis device is disclosed suitable for implantation in body ducts. The device comprises a support stent, comprised of a deployable construction adapted to be initially crimped in a narrow configuration suitable for catheterization through the body duct to a target location and adapted t ...


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Benjamin Spenser, Netanel Benichu, Assaf Bash, Avraham Zakai: Implantable prosthetic valve. Percutaneous Valve Technologies, David L Hauser, William H Dippert, May 17, 2005: US06893460 (544 worldwide citation)


A valve prosthesis device is disclosed suitable for implantation in body ducts. The device comprises support stent, comprised of a deployable construction adapted to be initially crimped in a narrow configuration suitable for catheterization through the body duct to a target location and adapted to ...


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Kristian DiMatteo, Peter Marshall: Implantable prosthetic valve. Scimed Life Systems, Hoffmann & Baron, August 27, 2002: US06440164 (495 worldwide citation)


A prosthetic valve for implantation within a fluid conducting lumen within a body includes an elongate generally cylindrical radially collapsible valve body scaffold defining a fluid passageway therethrough for retentive positioning within the lumen. A radially collapsible leaf valve member is suppo ...


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Kristian DiMatteo, Peter Marshall: Implantable prosthetic valve. SciMed Life Systems, Hoffman & Baron, February 3, 2004: US06685739 (310 worldwide citation)


A prosthetic valve for implantation within a fluid conducting lumen within a body includes an elongate generally cylindrical radially collapsible valve body scaffold defining a fluid passageway therethrough for retentive positioning within the lumen. A radially collapsible leaf valve member is suppo ...


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Adam Sharkawy, Mark Foley, Darin Gittings, David Cole, Sam Crews: Prosthetic cardiac valves and systems and methods for implanting thereof. Medtronic, Mike Jaro, Jeffrey J Hohenshell, March 6, 2007: US07186265 (216 worldwide citation)


Implantable prosthetic valve systems and methods for implanting them are provided. Magnets are employed within one or more components of the valve systems to facilitate anchoring of the prosthetic valve at a target implant site, delivery of the prosthetic valve to the target implant site or both.


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Benjamin Spenser, Netanel Benichu, Assaf Bash, Avraham Zakai: Implantable prosthetic valve. Edwards Lifesciences PVT, David L Hauser, July 1, 2008: US07393360 (204 worldwide citation)


A valve prosthesis device is disclosed suitable for implantation in body ducts. The device comprises support stent, comprised of a deployable construction adapted to be initially crimped in a narrow configuration suitable for catheterization through the body duct to a target location and adapted to ...


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Benjamin Spenser, Netanel Benichu, Assaf Bash, Avraham Zakai: Implantable prosthetic valve. Edwards Lifesciences Corporation, David L Hauser, Guy Cumberbatch, March 31, 2009: US07510575 (174 worldwide citation)


A valve prosthesis device is disclosed suitable for implantation in body ducts. The device comprises a support stent, comprised of a deployable construction adapted to be initially crimped in a narrow configuration suitable for catheterization through the body duct to a target location and adapted t ...


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Kristian DiMatteo, Peter Marshall: Implantable prosthetic valve. Boston Scientific Scimed, Brooks Cameron & Huebsch PLLC, September 11, 2007: US07267686 (144 worldwide citation)


A prosthetic valve for implantation within a fluid conducting lumen within a body includes an elongate generally cylindrical radially collapsible valve body scaffold defining a fluid passageway therethrough for retentive positioning within the lumen. A radially collapsible leaf valve member is suppo ...


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Kristian DiMatteo, Peter Marshall: Implantable prosthetic valve. SciMed Life Systems, Brooks & Cameron PLLC, January 11, 2005: US06840957 (126 worldwide citation)


A prosthetic valve for implantation within a fluid conducting lumen within a body includes an elongate generally cylindrical radially collapsible valve body scaffold defining a fluid passageway therethrough for retentive positioning within the lumen. A radially collapsible leaf valve member is suppo ...


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Randall T Lashinski, Gordon B Bishop: Nonstented heart valves with formed in situ support. Direct Flow Medical, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 19, 2009: US07534259 (118 worldwide citation)


An implantable prosthetic valve having an in situ formable support structure and methods of deploying such a valve are disclosed. In one arrangement, the valve has a base and at least one flow occluder. A first flexible component which is incapable of retaining the valve at a functional site in the ...



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