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Mark G Schrom, Paul J Robinson: Neurostimulating lead. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, May 16, 2006: US07047082 (187 worldwide citation)

A neurostimulating lead is provided for use in stimulating the spinal chord, spinal nerves, or peripheral nerves or for use in deep brain stimulation that comprises an elongated, flexible lead having improved steerability properties. The lead includes a plurality of thin-film metal electrodes connec ...


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Bradley J Wessman, Peter J Pohndorf, Paul J Robinson: Flexible band electrodes for medical leads. MicroNet Medical, Kevin W Cyr, Briggs and Morgan P A, December 10, 2002: US06493590 (117 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for use in stimulating a body tissue or organ that has a flexible band electrode. The band electrode includes at least one slot configured to provide increased flexibility. A lead having the electrode is also provided as well as a method for manufacturing a band electrode ha ...


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Mark G Schrom, Paul J Robinson: Neurostimulating lead. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, May 30, 2006: US07051419 (87 worldwide citation)

A neurostimulating lead is provided for use in stimulating the spinal chord, spinal nerves, or peripheral nerves or for use in deep brain stimulation that comprises an elongated, flexible lead having improved steerability properties. The lead includes a plurality of thin-film metal electrodes connec ...


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Paul J Robinson, Bradley J Wessman, Mark Gerald Schrom: Reduced diameter, low resistance medical electrical lead. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, April 13, 2004: US06721604 (41 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an implantable electrical lead having a reduced diameter and a relatively low resistance. The lead includes a lead body having at least one conductor manufactured from drawn-filled-tubing and having an elongated cross-sectional shape to confer a high cross-sectional ar ...


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Bradley J Wessman: Medical lead and method for medical lead manufacture. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, May 2, 2006: US07039470 (26 worldwide citation)

A lead employing a connection between a conductor and an electric element is provided. The connection includes a conductive pad electrically connected to at least one conductor and the electric element electrically connected to the conductive pad. The conductive pad can further include an elongated ...


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Bradley J Wessman, Peter J Pohndorf, Mark Gerald Schrom: Lead body and method of lead body construction. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, December 12, 2006: US07149585 (23 worldwide citation)

A lead body and method for lead body manufacture are provided having at least one conductor positioned between an inner insulator and an outer insulator wherein the outer insulator is fused to the inner insulator by heating. Further, an insulating spacer may be provided between the conductors that m ...


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Bradley J Wessman, Peter J Pohndorf: Medical lead and method for electrode attachment. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, October 4, 2005: US06952616 (15 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a medical lead for implantation within a patient. The medical lead has a seem-less lead body having one or more electrodes secured to the distal end and one or more connector bands attached to the proximal end of the lead.


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Champeau Eugene J: Catheter with thin film electrodes and method for making same. Micronet Medical, May 2, 2002: EP1201198-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

An electrical lead for sensing electrical activity with the body of the patient and for applying electrical energy to selected body tissue comprises an elongated, flexible polymeric lead body having one or more conductors extending the length thereof, the conductors being connected at their distal e ...


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Champeau Eugene J: Manufacturing method for medical lead. Micronet Medical, May 21, 2002: JP2002-143322 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a manufacturing method improving flexibility of a lead applied to a catheter or the like.SOLUTION: A long lead body 12 of the electrophysiological lead 10 for detecting electroactivity in the body of a patient or applying electric energy to a selected tissue of the b ...


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Michael P Schrom, Charles F Lehman, Mark Gerald Schrom: System and method for providing a medical lead body. Micronet Medical, Docket Clerk Dm Ansi, February 3, 2005: US20050027339-A1

An implantable lead and lead body, method of manufacturing the same, and a system and method for stimulating a portion of a body is disclosed. In one advantageous embodiment, a lead body assembly is formed by placing an inner layer of extrusion material on a mandrel, wrapping a plurality of conducto ...