Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 9
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IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 27403
IPSCIO Record ID: 27347
IPSCIO Record ID: 372642
– U.S. Utility Application No.11/700,987, Filed 2/1/2007, â€œA METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR INCREASING BLOOD FLOW THROUGH AN OBSTRUCTED BLOOD VESSELâ€, Henry Woo, MD, David Fiorella, MD, PhD. Publication Number US 20070208361 A1.
– U.S. Application No.60/764,206, Filed 2/1/2006, â€œA METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR INCREASING BLOOD FLOW THROUGH AN OBSTRUCTED BLOOD VESSELâ€, Henry Woo, MD, David Fiorella, MD, PhD. Expired.
-U.S. Application No.60/793,588, Filed 4/20/2006, â€œA METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR INCREASING BLOOD FLOW THROUGH AN OBSTRUCTED BLOOD VESSELâ€, Henry Woo, MD, David Fiorella, MD, PhD. Expired.
Ischemic stroke occurs when a blood clot blocks or narrows an artery leading to the brain. A blood clot often forms in arteries damaged by the buildup of plaques (atherosclerosis). It can occur in the carotid artery of the neck as well as other arteries. This is the most common type of stroke.
IPSCIO Record ID: 289220
The Parties agree to promptly dismiss all claims and counter-claims with this agreement.
The accused products are Magnum I, Magnum II, and, Mini-Magnum.
The patents relate to Suture anchor, Bone suture, Body tissue fastening, Method of positioning body tissue relative to a bone, and, Method and apparatus for use in anchoring a suture.
IPSCIO Record ID: 133630
IPSCIO Record ID: 27346
IPSCIO Record ID: 195625
A septum, which is a thin wall of muscle or tissue which divides two or more chambers of the heart or other anatomic spaces of the human body, sometimes is perforated by an abnormal aperture passing through the septum, described as a septal defect. When septal defects occur between adjacent chambers of the heart or its associated major blood vessels, blood can leak from one chamber or artery to another imposing added strain on the heart which may lead to heart failure. An opening in the abdominal wall may allow bowel to pass through it, causing a hernia.
The surgical repair of intracardiac defects has required the use of open chest surgical techniques wherein the defect is directly sutured shut.
IPSCIO Record ID: 299236
This agreement is extending Licenseeâ€™s worldwide right and license to use, manufacture, have manufactured, distribute and sell, and to grant sublicenses to its Affiliates to use, manufacture, have manufactured, distribute and sell, the Licensor Technology in the Peripheral Vascular Field of Use and the GI Field of Use.
Licensor newly grants its licensee, the right for Licensee to have third party Distributors distribute Eligible Peripheral Vascular and/or GI Products.
This agreement is co-exclusive with an option to become exclusive.
The license agreement regards paclitaxel-eluting stent products and related technologies. Paclitaxel is released from the balloon or stent to prevent scar tissue formation in the blood vessel that can re-obstruct the artery (restenosis).
As used herein, the Peripheral Vascular Field of Use means the endoluminal vascular licensed applications for the treatment or preventionof disease of the peripheral blood vessels of the body. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Peripheral Vascular Field of Use excludes any application in the Coronary Vascular Field of Use.
GI Field of Use means the endoluminal licensed applications for the treatment or prevention of disease of the alimentary tract or liver.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27406