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US20100331780 Catheterization System  
The present disclosure relates to catheterization systems and components thereof. In one embodiment of the present disclosure, a catheterization system is disclosed that includes a catheter...
US20120059321 TUNNELER FOR BI-DIRECTIONAL TUNNELING  
A tunneler for producing a subcutaneous tunnel in connection with the placement of a catheter within a body of a patient is disclosed. In one embodiment, the tunneler comprises an elongate...
US20130053780 SPLITTABLE DILATOR DELIVERY SYSTEM  
A delivery system for an implantable member includes an elongated dilator splittable at both the proximal and distal ends. The dilator has a tapered distal end and a pair of tabs at the proximal...
US20130178825 CATHETER-DRESSING SYSTEMS WITH INTEGRATED FLUSHING MECHANISMS  
Methods and devices are disclosed herein that generally involve a sterile catheter-dressing system that allows for integrated injection of fluids, e.g., a saline flush, during the process of...
US20100298839 Peelable Sheath and Method of Use  
A peelable sheath is used to provide an atraumatic cover for an elongate medical device positionable through an incision. The peelable sheath includes a flexible tube, a pair of tabs on a proximal...
US20090234290 Tearaway Introducer Sheath with Hemostasis Valve  
A tearaway introducer sheath assembly (100,200) having an integrated valve (300). The valve is seated within a valve housing (222) defined by the hub portion (200) of the sheath (200). The valve...
US20100305509 VASCULAR INTRODUCER SHEATH WITH MULTIPLE PEEL LINES  
A peelable vascular introducer including an elongated tubular sheath having opposed proximal and distal ends and at least three circumferentially spaced peel lines extending from the proximal end...
US20060235355 COMPOSITE MR-COMPATIBLE STYLET  
This document discusses, among other things, a stiffening stylet for use with a peel-away or other sheath. The stylet includes an MR-compatible ceramic core and an MR-compatible tubular covering,...
US20090318867 Removable Adapter for a Splittable Introducer and Method of Use Thereof  
A securing device for preventing the splitting of a splittable sheath in the body of a treated subject, for facilitating the insertion of a splittable introducer and the splitting of said...
US20070049946 Separable introducers and medical devices by using a capillary and a method for separating the same  
The invention is a medical apparatus comprising a separable introducer, sheath, catheter, cannula, or needle, each having a wall and a length; and at least one capillary defined within the wall of...
US20090264719 SENSOR FOR PERCUTANEOUS INTRAVASCULAR DEPLOYMENT WITHOUT AN INDWELLING CANNULA  
The present invention relates to a sensor for percutaneous insertion and intravascular residence without an indwelling cannula. In preferred embodiments, a glucose sensor is inserted into a blood...
US20050182387 Peel-away catheter shaft  
A peel-away shaft for a guiding catheter includes a shaft wall defining an open lumen of the catheter shaft. A peel-away region is defined over at least a partial length of the catheter shaft. A...
US20080154206 Body For a Catheter or Sheath  
A body (2) for a catheter or sheath is disclosed. The body (2) includes strips (8, 10) formed longitudinally from the proximal (6) portion of the body (2) to the distal (4) portion of the body...
US20060217664 Telescoping vascular dilator  
A telescoping dilator assembly is configured for percutaneous insertion of large diameter intravascular devices into a blood vessel while avoiding kinking of a guidewire and minimizing blood loss....
US20120296255 DEVICE FOR PUNCTURING BODY AND INTRODUCING CATHETER  
A device for puncturing body and introducing catheter includes a puncture needle, a guide wire, a peelable catheter sheath, and a puncture protector. The peelable catheter sheath includes an outer...
US20090030374 Peel-away introducer sheath having pitched peel lines and method of making same  
A percutaneous peel-away vascular introducer that includes an elongated tubular sheath having opposed proximal and distal ends, and a pair of diametrically opposed peel lines that extend along the...
US20050245874 Device for locoregional anesthesia and method for making the cannula of said device  
The invention concerns a device for locoregional anesthesia, comprising an electrically stimulated puncture needle (3) provided with a fixed hub (4), a cannula (12) and a catheter (15), said...
US20150126930 ACCESS DEVICE WITH VALVE  
A sheath can include a sheath body and a sheath hub. The sheath body can have a generally flexible tubular structure, a proximal end, and a distal end. The sheath body can further define a...
US20120065590 ACCESS DEVICE WITH VALVE  
A sheath can include a sheath body and a sheath hub. The sheath body can have a generally flexible tubular structure, a proximal end, and a distal end. The sheath body can further define a...
US20080208128 Peelable Atraumatic Tip and Body For a Catheter or Sheath  
A splittable/peelable tubular body (2) of a catheter or sheath wherein the tubular body (2) has a splittable/peelable atraumatic tip (14) is disclosed. The atraumatic tip (4) is generally softer...
US20140336581 CATHETER WITH REMOVABLE CANNULA FOR PUNCTURING A BODY CAVITY AND CANNULA FOR THE USE WITH A CATHETER WHICH CAN BE MOVED IN THE CANNULA  
The aim of the present invention is to provide a catheter with a puncturing cannula which may be removed from the catheter without risk of injury for the patient and the nursing staff nor risk of...
US20100292646 Tearaway Sheath Assembly with Split Hemostasis Valve Seal  
A tearaway sheath assembly (100) having a splittable sheath tube (102) a splittable hub (110), a split valve (150,250) and a split cap (180). The valve (150,250) has a slit (158,258) at least...
US20080140010 MEDICAL CATHETER WITH STRESS RISER AT ACCESS PORT TO REDUCE RUPTURE FORCE  
A method and apparatus for uncoupling a wire guide from and elongate medical device comprising a catheter shaft having a wire guide lumen extending there through, wherein the material surrounding...
US20060200081 System for access into bodily cavity  
An assembly and method for percutaneous placement of a catheter comprising an elongated hollow catheter having a distal end and a reduced cross-section portion at a proximal end thereof. An...
US20080208129 INJECTION TUBE FOR CATHETER DEVICES  
A medical device is provided including a catheter shaft having a lumen extending therethrough with a splittable wall portion along a side of the lumen, and a tube that extends through at least a...
US20120253279 CATHETER INTRODUCTION  
A method of introducing a catheter 38 into an umbilical artery 14. The artery 14 is dilated with an introducer 22. A cannula 30 is introduced into the end of the artery 14, and a catheter is...
US20100100044 Splittable Valved Introducer Apparatus  
An improved splittable medical device introducer designed to introduce a medical device such as a lead or catheter, into a patient's vasculature without loss of blood or the introduction of air is...
US20110202007 Slittable or Removable Valves and Apparatus and Methods for Making and Using Them  
A system and/or apparatus for delivering a medical device into a body includes an elongate tubular member and a valve fitted within a proximal end thereof. The valve preferably includes a tubular...
US20170028171 CATHETER ASSEMBLY  
A catheter assembly includes a hollow catheter; a catheter hub configured to fix and hold the catheter; an inner needle including a needle tip and configured to be removably inserted through an...
US20160228683 CATHETER PUNCTURE DEVICE  
Catheter puncture device (2) with a tubular housing (3), which merges into an extension piece for guiding the puncture needle (9) that carries a blood collection container (14), abutment and...
US20160022962 INTRODUCER ASSEMBLY  
An introducer assembly includes a sheath and a tubular member that are coupled by a movement that is simultaneously longitudinal and radial.
US20160008583 Body for a catheter or sheath  
A body (2) for a catheter or sheath is disclosed. The body (2) includes strips (8, 10) formed longitudinally from the proximal (6) portion of the body (2) to the distal (4) portion of the body...

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