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Morton M Mower: Method and apparatus for treating hemodynamic disfunction. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Haugen and Nikolai, May 29, 1990: US04928688 (438 worldwide citation)

A method of treating hemodynamic disfunction by simultaneously pacing both ventricles of a heart. At least one ECG amplifier is arranged to separately detect contraction of each ventricle and a stimulator is then activated for issuing stimulating pulses to both ventricles in a manner to assure simul ...


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Alois A Langer, Steve A Kolenik, Marlin S Heilman, Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Morton M Mower: Implantable heart stimulator and stimulation method. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, October 4, 1983: US04407288 (392 worldwide citation)

An implantable heart stimulator and related method calls for the determination of a given heart condition from among a plurality of conditions, the selection of at least one mode of operation for treating the determined condition, and the execution of the mode of operation selected, so as to treat t ...


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Marlin S Heilman, Alois A Langer, Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Morton M Mower, David M Reilly: Implantable electrodes for accomplishing ventricular defibrillation and pacing and method of electrode implantation and utilization. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, June 21, 1977: US04030509 (276 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are several embodiments of an electrode system for ventricular defibrillation, and the methods of using and implanting the electrode system. In one embodiment, the electrodes are in a generally base-apex configuration having a split conformal base electrode residing above the base of the v ...


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Alois A Langer, Morton M Mower: Arrhythmia recorder for use with an implantable defibrillator. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, September 23, 1980: US04223678 (252 worldwide citation)

A device for recording and subsequently reproducing information, such as desired portions of an ECG signal produced by a heart prior to and during the occurrence of a disturbance in cardiac electrical activity. Two basic embodiments of the inventive recorder are contemplated. One embodiment is fully ...


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Vernon L Speicher, Stanley M Bach Jr: Intravascular multiple electrode unitary catheter. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, August 5, 1986: US04603705 (240 worldwide citation)

A multiple electrode unitary intravascular cardiac catheter comprising a distal electrode for sensing and pacing, an intermediate electrode for sensing, pacing and cardioverting, and a proximal electrode for sensing and cardioverting. The catheter may also be employed in combination with an external ...


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Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Morton M Mower, Rollin H Denniston III: Cardioverting device having single intravascular catheter electrode system and method for its use. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, March 9, 1976: US03942536 (238 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for either manually or automatically initiating the cardioversion of a malfunctioning heart. The apparatus includes a single intravascular catheter electrode system which allows for a much more compact cardioverting system capable of being completely implanted within the patient ...


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Marlin S Heilman, Alois A Langer: Implantable cardiac defibrillating electrode. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, September 29, 1981: US04291707 (223 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an implantable cardiac electrode for use in defibrillation. The electrode has a metallic mesh electrode surface surrounded by an insulating material which is formed so as to increase the metallic surface area while providing a substantially uniform current density across the electrode s ...


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Morton M Mower, Marlin S Heilman: Cardiac electrode with attachment fin. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit Jacobson Cohn & Price, August 23, 1988: US04765341 (210 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac electrode for use in defibrillation and methods of implanting same. The electrode has a metallic mesh electrode surface surrounded by an insulating material. At the proximal end of the electrode there is defined a fin area designed to facilitate placing and securing the electr ...


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Philip C Kinney, Marlin S Heilman, Alois A Langer: Wound wire catheter cardioverting electrode. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, July 24, 1979: US04161952 (162 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an implantable catheter-type cardioverting electrode whose conductive discharge surface is comprised of coils of wound spring wire. An electrically conductive lead extends through the wound wire section of the electrode and has its distal end connected to the discharge coil at two locat ...


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Alois A Langer, Marlin S Heilman, Morton M Mower, Mieczyslaw Mirowski: Circuit for monitoring a heart and for effecting cardioversion of a needy heart. Mieczyslaw Mirowski, Fleit & Jacobson, January 22, 1980: US04184493 (157 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are two embodiments of a circuit for analyzing the ECG signals of a heart and for delivering a cardioverting pulse of energy to the heart if the heart is in an arrhythmic state in need of cardioversion. In the first embodiment, the ECG is filtered by a high pass filter to provide the deriv ...