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Texas Heart Institute patents

Recent patent applications related to Texas Heart Institute. Texas Heart Institute is listed as an Agent/Assignee. Note: Texas Heart Institute may have other listings under different names/spellings. We're not affiliated with Texas Heart Institute, we're just tracking patents.

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Magnetic assisted in-situ tubular stentgraft fenestration

A magnet assisted surgical device, system, and method employs magnetic sections, catheters, and guidewires to modify tubular stentgrafts in-situ. One example application provides a more reliable way for surgeons to modify stentgrafts insitu to allow blood flow to continue to branching blood vessels that would otherwise be blocked by the... Texas Heart Institute

Hippo and dystrophin complex signaling in cardiomyocyte renewal

Embodiments of the disclosure include methods and compositions for the renewal of cardiomyocytes by targeting the Hippo pathway. In particular embodiments, an individual with a need for cardiomyocyte renewal is provided an effective amount of a shRNA molecule that targets the Sav1 gene. Particular shRNA sequences are disclosed.... Texas Heart Institute

Device and system for insertion of penetrating member

A system, device and method for insertion of a penetrating member into tissue is disclosed, which may be handheld and automated. A detector obtains data regarding subdermal locations of tissue structures, including cavities such as blood vessels. A processor calculates the distance between a preselected target point below the tissue... Texas Heart Institute

Systems and methods for attaching flexible conductive filaments, networks, or patches to tissue via catheter delivery

Systems and methods for deploying and securing conductive materials to a region of tissue may utilize a catheter. The catheter may provide a tip with one or more detachable sections or may provide an adjustable opening. A lumen of the catheter may provide a conductive material, such as a filament,... Texas Heart Institute

Methods of enhancing stem cell engraftment

An effective amount of a composition comprising a stem cell, a stem cell engraftment enhancer, and a carrier fluid, for use in the treatment of an individual having a disease or at risk of developing a disease, wherein the disease is a vascular-associated disease and/or a muscular disease. A composition... Texas Heart Institute

Methods of using cyclooxygenase-prostacyclin synthase fusion gene

An effective amount of a composition comprising (i) a plasmid having a cyclooxygenase-prostacyclin synthase fusion gene, and (ii) a carrier fluid for use in treating an individual having a vascular disease or at risk of developing a vascular disease. A composition comprising a carrier fluid; and a DNA sequence encoding... Texas Heart Institute

Agonists that enhance binding of integrin-expressing cells to integrin receptors

A method of enhancing binding of cells to an integrin-binding ligand comprises treating integrin-expressing cells in vitro with an agonist of integrin, wherein the integrin is selected from the group consisting of α4β1, α5β1, α4β7, αvβ3 and αLβ2, and contacting the treated cells with an integrin-binding ligand; integrin agonist compounds... Texas Heart Institute

Method and device for detection of arrhythmias and myocardial injury

Herein disclosed is a method of detecting and identifying the source of abnormal electrical currents in the heart to assist in ablating these currents, comprising the use of contact or non-contact temperature measurement devices. In an embodiment, source of abnormal electrical activity of the heart and its attached arteries and... Texas Heart Institute

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