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  • 2842 Independence St, Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 (573) 332-0406
  • Mc Clure, IL
  • Chaffee, MO
  • 4959 Magnolia Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63139
  • 404 Suburban Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63135 (314) 395-3154 (636) 395-3154
  • Ferguson, MO
  • N Kansas City, MO
  • Austin, TX
  • Hazelwood, MO

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Method Of Localizing Medical Devices

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US Patent:
7020512, Mar 28, 2006
Filed:
Jan 14, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/047450
Inventors:
Rogers C. Ritter - St. Louis MO, US
Torrey Munger - Richmond Heights MO, US
John Rauch - St. Louis MO, US
Andrew F. Hall - St. Charles MO, US
Roger N. Hastings - Maple Grove MN, US
Assignee:
Stereotaxis, Inc. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
A61B 6/00
US Classification:
600434, 600407, 600423, 600424
Abstract:
A method of localizing a medical device inside a patient's body, the method comprising: transmitting ac magnetic signals between a plurality of points of known location outside of the patient's body and a plurality of points on the medical device inside the patient's body, the signals transmitted between at least some of the points comprising at least two different frequencies; and receiving the transmitted ac magnetic signals and processing the received signals to determine the position of the points on the medical device, and thus the location of the medical device, this processing including correcting for the affects of metal in the vicinity by using the transmitted and received signals at different frequencies. In an alternate embodiment, a reference device is provided inside the patients' body, and the medical device is localized relative to the reference catheter. The use of signals comprising at least two frequencies may or may not be used in this relative localization embodiment, but preferably is used at least to localize the reference catheter.

Efficient Magnet System For Magnetically-Assisted Surgery

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US Patent:
20040064153, Apr 1, 2004
Filed:
Sep 30, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/674667
Inventors:
Francis Creighton - Clayton MO, US
Rogers Ritter - Charlottesville VA, US
Andrew Hall - St. Charles MO, US
Roger Hastings - Maple Grove MN, US
International Classification:
A61N001/00
US Classification:
607/001000
Abstract:
A system for magnetically assisted surgery includes a magnetic support structure, a patient support structure and a magnet having at least four poles attached to the magnetic support structure so that the magnet provides a near-field magnetic field in an operating region of a patient supported by the patient support structure. The magnet is moveable so that the direction of the magnetic field lines in the operating region is adjustable. The magnet may include a pair of essentially semicircular half-segments permanently magnetized and joined in an extremely stable disk configuration. The magnetic field and gradient field provided by the magnet is such that movement of the disk in one plane combined with rotation of the disk is sufficient to orient the magnetic field during surgical use, thereby reducing interference to medical imaging devices needed during surgery. An example of a medical delivery device that may be used for surgery in conjunction with this system is a flexible endoscope or catheter having a series of magnetically permeable rings.
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