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Barry M Yomtov, Paul E Kreyenhagen: Implantable cardiac patient monitor. InControl, Foley & Lardner, May 24, 1994: US05313953 (614 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac monitor is arranged for detecting both arrhythmias and ischemia of the human heart. The monitor includes subcutaneous electrodes for establishing electrical contact with the heart and a sense amplifier coupled to each electrode for generating an electrocardiogram of a heart be ...


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Barry M Yomtov: Implantable cardiac patient monitor. InControl, Richard O Gray Jr, May 2, 1995: US05411031 (313 worldwide citation)

A cardiac monitor which is fully implantable beneath the skin of a patient monitors heart rate variability of a human heart. The heart rate monitor includes at least one electrode which establishes electrical contact with the heart. During a heart monitoring period, time intervals between adjacent h ...


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John M Adams, Clifton A Alferness: Implantable myocardial ischemia monitor and related method. InControl, Foley & Lardner, August 4, 1992: US05135004 (301 worldwide citation)

An implantable device assists in the diagnosis of myocardial ischemia of a human heart and includes a plurality of electrodes and a like plurality of sense amplifiers for generating an electrogram for each of the electrodes. A digital to analog converter reads the voltage magnitudes of the electrogr ...


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Paul E deCoriolis, Craig S Siegman, Joseph M Bocek: Telemetry system for an implantable cardiac device. InControl, Foley & Lardner, August 30, 1994: US05342408 (298 worldwide citation)

A telemetry system and method of monitoring cardiac activity or providing therapy to the heart for an implantable cardiac device. The system includes a receiver and a transmitter in an external programmer and a receiver section and transmitter section in the cardiac device. The receiver section and ...


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Barry M Yomtov, Paul E Kreyenhagen: Electrode system for use with an implantable cardiac patient monitor. InControl, Richard O Gray Jr, February 14, 1995: US05388578 (267 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac monitor is arranged for detecting both arrhythmias and ischemia of the human heart. The monitor includes subcutaneous electrodes for establishing electrical contact with the heart and a sense amplifier coupled to each electrode for generating an electrocardiogram of a heart be ...


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Clifton A Alferness, John R Helland: Intravenous cardiac lead with improved fixation and method. InControl, Richard O Gray Jr, February 7, 1995: US05387233 (148 worldwide citation)

An intravenous lead for use with a cardiac device implantable beneath the skin of a patient provides positive fixation for the lead when implanted in an artery or vein of the heart. The lead includes a lead body adapted to be fed into an artery or a vein of the heart of a patient and at least one el ...


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Paul E Kreyenhagen, Kenneth R Infinger: Atrial defibrillator and method for providing pre-cardioversion pacing. InControl, Foley & Lardner, February 1, 1994: US05282836 (133 worldwide citation)

An implantable atrial defibrillator provides cardioverting electrical energy to the atria of a human heart in need of cardioversion. The atrial defibrillator includes a first detector for detecting atrial activity of the heart and an atrial fibrillation detector responsive to the first detector for ...


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Yomtov Barry M, Kreyenhagen Paul E: Implantable cardiac patient monitor.. Incontrol, August 4, 1993: EP0554208-A2 (121 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac monitor (30) is arranged for detecting both arrhythmias and ischemia of the human heart. The monitor includes subcutaneous electrodes (34, 36) for establishing electrical contact with the heart and a sense amplifier (62, 66) coupled to each electrode for generating an electroc ...


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Gregory M Ayers, Joseph M Smith: Combined mapping, pacing, and defibrillating catheter. InControl, Richard O Gray Jr, April 11, 1995: US05405375 (115 worldwide citation)

A catheter insertable into a body provides for both sensing electrical activity of the heart at localized locations of the heart and defibrillating the heart when defibrillation is required. The catheter includes a plurality of connectors at the proximal end and a plurality of electrodes disposed al ...


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T Scott Engle, Patrick J Franz: Miniature isometric joystick. InControl Solutions, Marger Johnson & McCollom, March 30, 1999: US05889507 (108 worldwide citation)

A miniature isometric joystick is disclosed for receiving manual user input to effect directional control such as controlling cursor movement on a computer display screen or controlling movement of an apparatus such as a machine or robot. The joystick is arranged to fit between the existing keys in ...