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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Peter M. Hinchliffe
Treasurer, Director, Secretary
American Friends of Cancer Research, Inc
1000 N West St, Wilmington, DE 19801
601 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004

Publications

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Schnaufer: Ace of Diamonds

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Author

Peter Hinchliffe

ISBN #

0752416901

The Other Battle: Luftwaffe Night Aces Versus Bomber Command

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Author

Peter Hinchliffe

ISBN #

0760302650

The Other Battle: Luftwaffe Night Aces Versus Bomber Command

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Author

Peter Hinchliffe

ISBN #

0785814183

Us Patents

Rotational Thrombectomy Device

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US Patent:
7507246, Mar 24, 2009
Filed:
Sep 21, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/231588
Inventors:
James F. McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
Walter H. Peters - Downington PA, US
Assignee:
Rex Medical, L.P. - Conshohocken PA
International Classification:
A61B 17/22
US Classification:
606159
Abstract:
A thrombectomy apparatus for breaking up thrombus or other obstructive material in a lumen of a vascular graft or vessel includes a flexible sheath and a wire positioned within the flexible sheath, wherein the wire and flexible sheath are relatively movable. The wire is substantially sinuous in configuration and assumes a substantially sinuous shape when deployed from the flexible sheath and a straighter configuration when retracted into the flexible sheath. The wire is operatively connected to a motor for rotation of the wire to enable the deployed wire to break up the thrombus or other obstructive material.

Dialysis Catheter

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US Patent:
20030093027, May 15, 2003
Filed:
Oct 24, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/279466
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Michael Paris - Hatfield PA, US
Paul Tashjian - King of Prussia PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
International Classification:
A61M037/00
A61M005/00
A61M003/00
US Classification:
604/006160, 604/008000, 604/043000
Abstract:
A catheter for delivering and withdrawing blood from a patient's body comprising a catheter body having a distal portion, a central return lumen extending from a proximal portion of the catheter body to the distal portion to allow blood passage therethrough, at least three longitudinally extending intake lumens independent of the return lumen and radially displaced with respect to the return lumen, and means for enabling simultaneous cut off of fluid flow to the at least three longitudinally extending lumens.

Dialysis Catheter

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US Patent:
20030093029, May 15, 2003
Filed:
Oct 24, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/279468
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Michael Paris - Hatfield PA, US
Paul Tashjian - King of Prussia PA, US
Peter J. Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
Assignee:
Rex Medical
International Classification:
A61M025/00
A61M003/00
US Classification:
604/043000, 604/525000
Abstract:
A dialysis catheter comprising a first portion having a first diameter, an elongated distal portion having a second diameter smaller than the first diameter, and a transition region between the first portion and distal portion. A first longitudinally extending central lumen configured to deliver blood terminates in an opening in the distal portion. At least two independent longitudinally extending lumens are positioned radially of the first lumen, configured to withdraw blood from a patient, and terminate in a longitudinally directed opening in the transition portion.

Guidewire Retrieval Member For Catheter Insertion

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US Patent:
20030093090, May 15, 2003
Filed:
Nov 6, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/288788
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Michael Paris - Hatfield PA, US
Paul Tashjian - King of Prussia PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell NY, US
International Classification:
A61B017/10
US Classification:
606/138000
Abstract:
An apparatus for passing a guidewire through a subcutaneous tissue tunnel to enable over-the wire insertion of a catheter through the tissue tunnel. The apparatus comprises an elongated member having a distal end portion having a tip configured to advance through the tissue tunnel and an opening extending longitudinally with respect to the apparatus and dimensioned to receive the guidewire. The guidewire is inserted through the opening to pass the guidewire through the tunnel to enable subsequent insertion of the catheter.

Apparatus And Method For Treating Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

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US Patent:
20030120289, Jun 26, 2003
Filed:
Dec 9, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/314722
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
International Classification:
A61B017/10
US Classification:
606/151000, 606/139000
Abstract:
A minimally invasive surgical procedure is disclosed which includes the steps forming a fold of tissue, extending one or more needles through the fold of tissue, deploying a tissue fastener from an interior lumen of each of the needles, and retracting each of the needles from the fold of tissue such that the tissue fasteners remain deployed in the fold of tissue.

Injection Method For Locating Vessel Lumen

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US Patent:
20040002681, Jan 1, 2004
Filed:
Jun 27, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/609027
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
Richard Briganti - Malvern PA, US
Walter Peters - Downington PA, US
Assignee:
Rex Medical
International Classification:
A61M005/00
US Classification:
604/116000
Abstract:
A method of locating a vessel lumen to enable placement of a vascular hole closure device comprising the steps of providing a syringe containing a fluid therein, connecting the syringe to an elongated instrument, exerting a force on the syringe plunger as it is inserted through the tissue towards the vessel wall, and detecting movement of the syringe to eject the fluid to determine entry of the elongated instrument into the vessel lumen.

Percutaneous Aortic Valve

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US Patent:
20040225353, Nov 11, 2004
Filed:
May 5, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/429536
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
Assignee:
Rex Medical
International Classification:
A61F002/24
US Classification:
623/002110, 623/002380, 623/002330
Abstract:
The present invention provides a valve configured for insertion on the proximal and distal sides of a heart valve annulus to replace the heart valve of a patient. The valve comprises a first substantially annular portion adapted to be positioned on a proximal side of the annulus of a patient and a second substantially annular portion adapted to be positioned on a distal side of the annulus of a patient, wherein at least one of the first and second substantially annular portions is movable towards the other portion to a clamped position to clamp around the annulus. The second portion has a flow restricting portion extending therefrom and is movable between a first position to permit the flow of blood and a second position to restrict the flow of blood. In one embodiment, the valve has a suture joining the first and second portions to draw the first and second portions into closer proximity and a cinch member to secure the suture to maintain the first and second portions in the clamped position. In another embodiment, the first and second portions are connected by a first segment which biases the first and second portions toward the clamped position.

Distal Protection Device

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US Patent:
20050004597, Jan 6, 2005
Filed:
Mar 12, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/800299
Inventors:
James McGuckin - Radnor PA, US
Walter Peters - Downingtown PA, US
Peter Hinchliffe - Campbell Hall NY, US
Paul Tashjian - King of Prussia PA, US
International Classification:
A61B017/08
US Classification:
606200000
Abstract:
A distal protection device comprising a catheter, a flexible member movable from a first position to a second looped position extending laterally with respect to the catheter, such that a first loop opening extends substantially in a direction of blood flow as the first loop opening extends in a plane substantially parallel to a transverse axis of the catheter, and filtering material movable from a collapsed position to an expanded position in response to movement of the flexible member.
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