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Patrick R Connelly, Thomas H Foster: Implantable particle measuring apparatus. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, Greenwald & Basch, December 3, 2002: US06488704 (384 worldwide citation)

An implantable stent which contains a tube, several optical emitters located on the inner surface of the tube, and several optical photodetectors located on the inner surface of the tube. The optical emitters radiate energy with a wavelength of from about 30 nanometers to about 30 millimeters, and t ...


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Stuart G MacDonald: Biothermal power source for implantable devices. Biomed Solutions, October 24, 2006: US07127293 (132 worldwide citation)

An implantable, rechargeable assembly comprised of an implantable device disposed within a living organism, an electrical storage device connected to the implantable device, and a thermoelectric charging assembly operatively connected to the electrical storage device. The thermoelectric charging ass ...


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Stuart G MacDonald: Biothermal power source for implantable devices. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, John M Hammond, Howard J Greenwald P C, October 28, 2003: US06640137 (93 worldwide citation)

An implantable, rechargeable assembly that contains an implantable device within a living organism; an electrical storage device is connected to the implantable device, and a thermoelectric charging assembly is connected to said electrical storage device. A thermoelectric charging assembly contains ...


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Patrick R Connelly, Thomas H Foster, Michael L Weiner, Andrew W Custer: Process for identifying cancerous and/or metastatic cells of a living organism. Biomed Solutions, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC, July 17, 2007: US07244232 (65 worldwide citation)

A process for identifying and treating cells in a living organism. The cells are labeled, circulated within the organism, detected with an implanted detector, and then either isolated or ablated.


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Patrick R Connelly, Michael L Weiner: Implantable artificial organ and physiological monitoring system. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, June 15, 2004: US06750055 (63 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for regulating the concentration of insulin within the blood of a living organism, wherein said apparatus is comprised of an in vitro cell culture for producing insulin, an in vitro cell culture for producing glucagon, an in vitro cell culture for producing somatostatin, means for measu ...


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Patrick R Connelly, Stuart G MacDonald, Robert W Gray, Carol Gebert: Flow cytometer. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, September 21, 2004: US06793642 (61 worldwide citation)

A flow cytometer containg a device for sampling cellular material within a body, comprising. The flow cytometer is adapted to mark cells within bodily fluid with a marker to produce marked cells, to analyze the marked cells, to sort the cells within the bodily fluid to produce sorted cells, and to m ...


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Omotunde M Babalola, Patrick R Connelly, Stuart G MacDonald: Apparatus for replacing musculo-skeletal parts. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, Greenwald & Basch, December 17, 2002: US06494916 (52 worldwide citation)

A prosthetic implant that contains a stem integrally connected to a neck, a head that sits on top of the neck, and a porous assembly disposed around them stem. The porous assembly contains a first porous tube and a second porous tube, wherein the second porous tube is disposed within the first porou ...


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Stuart G MacDonald: Photocell with fluorescent conversion layer. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, Greenwald & Basch, March 25, 2003: US06538191 (38 worldwide citation)

A photocell device having enhanced conversion efficiency. The device is adapted to convert light energy to electrical energy in a semiconductor layer, to convert a first, monochromatic light, to a second light of different wavelength, in a fluorescent layer, to transmit the first light through a hot ...


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Xingwu Wang: Implantable fuel cell. Biomed Solutions, Howard J Greenwald, Greenwald & Basch, January 7, 2003: US06503648 (32 worldwide citation)

A fuel cell assembly comprised of an electrostrictive device for producing an electrical current, a device for producing a conditioned electrical current by conditioning the electrical current so that the amplitude of the electrical current does not vary by more than about 10 percent, an electrolyti ...


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Patrick R Connelly, Stuart G MacDonald, Robert W Gray, Carol Gebert: Flow cytometer shunt. Biomed Solutions L L C, Howard J Greenwald P C, June 1, 2004: US06743190 (31 worldwide citation)

A flow cytometer containg a device for sampling cellular material within a body. The flow cytometer is adapted to mark cells within bodily fluid with a marker to produce marked cells, to analyze the marked cells, to sort the cells within the bodily fluid to produce sorted cells, to maintain the sort ...