PULSAR VASCULAR, INC.
|PULSAR VASCULAR, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150039015||ANEURYSM DEVICES WITH ADDITIONAL ANCHORING MECHANISMS AND ASSOCIATED SYSTEMS AND METHODS - The present technology relates to aneurysm devices with additional anchoring mechanisms, and associated systems and methods. In some embodiments, the aneurysm devices are endovascularly deliverable to a site proximate an aneurysm near a parent artery with bifurcating branches. The aneurysm devices can include a closure structure (||02-05-2015|
|20140236216||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ENCLOSING AN ANATOMICAL OPENING, INCLUDING SHOCK ABSORBING ANEURYSM DEVICES - The present technology relates to systems and methods for enclosing an anatomical opening, including shock absorbing aneurysm devices. In some embodiments, the systems include a closure structure comprising a distal-facing aspect configured to at least partially occlude the aneurysm and a supplemental stabilizer connected to the closure structure. The supplemental stabilizer can be configured to reside in a parent artery and press outward against a luminal wall thereof. The systems can further include a shock absorbing structure coupled to a proximal end portion of the closure structure and to a distal end portion of the supplemental stabilizer. The shock absorbing structure can inhibit movement or dislodgement of the closure structure or the supplemental stabilizer relative to the aneurysm.||08-21-2014|
|20140142608||METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR ENDOVASCULARLY CLIPPING AND REPAIRING LUMEN AND TISSUE DEFECTS - An implantable closure structure is delivered using minimally invasive techniques, and inhibits the migration of liquid and particulate matter from inside a physiological cavity or opening, such as an aneurysm or a septal defect, as well as inhibiting the flow of liquid and particulate matter, such as from an associated blood vessel or chamber, into the physiological cavity or opening. The device has a closure structure that covers the neck or opening of a cavity and has one or more anchoring structures for supporting and retaining the closure structure in place across the cavity or opening.||05-22-2014|
|20130204290||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ENCLOSING AN ANATOMICAL OPENING - Implantable therapeutic devices and methods for endovascular placement of devices at a target site, such an opening at a neck of an aneurysm, are disclosed. Selected embodiments of the present technology have closures (||08-08-2013|
|20130090682||DEVICES, SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ENCLOSING AN ANATOMICAL OPENING - The present technology is directed generally to devices, systems, and methods for enclosing anatomical openings. In several embodiments, an aneurysm device is endovascularly deliverable to a site proximate to an arterial aneurysm. The aneurysm device comprises a closure structure having a distal-facing aspect configured to at least partially occlude the aneurysm and a proximal-facing aspect configured to arch over lumina of an artery. The device further includes a supplemental stabilizer connected to the closure structure and configured to reside in the artery and press outward against a luminal wall thereof. In some embodiments, the device can also include a barrier spanning at least a portion of the distal-facing aspect of the closure structure and configured to further occlude a neck of the aneurysm. In further embodiments, the closure structure can be configured to restrict and/or divert flow to or from the aneurysm.||04-11-2013|
|20100094335||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR SUPPORTING OR OCCLUDING A PHYSIOLOGICAL OPENING OR CAVITY - Implantable devices for placement at a cavity or opening such as an aneurysm are disclosed. The implantable devices, in a deployed condition, have a generally inverted U-shaped profile with a curved or angled framework support structure sized and configured for placement in proximity to tissue surrounding the opening and anchoring legs extending proximally from the framework structure sized and configured to contact the wall of a neighboring lumen at opposed locations. Occlusive and semi-occlusive membranes may be associated with the framework support structure and deployed over the opening to provide exclusion of the opening and flow diversion. Proximal anchoring segments providing additional lumen wall surface area contact for the implantable device following deployment may be incorporated.||04-15-2010|
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