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Mark Zdeblick, Todd Thompson, Marc Jensen, Olivier Colliou, Angela Strand: Multiplexed multi-electrode neurostimulation devices. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, July 5, 2011: US07974705 (98 worldwide citation)

Implantable stimulation devices are provided. Aspects of the devices include a multiplexed multi-electrode component configured for neural stimulation. The multiplexed multi-electrode component includes two or more individually addressable satellite electrode structures electrically coupled to a com ...


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Zdeblick Mark, Thompson Andrew, Pikelny Aleksandr, Robertson Timothy: Pharma-informatics system. Proteus Biomedical, Zdeblick Mark, Thompson Andrew, Pikelny Aleksandr, Robertson Timothy, FIELD Bret E, November 2, 2006: WO/2006/116718 (94 worldwide citation)

Compositions, systems and methods that allow for the detection of the actual physical delivery of a pharmaceutical agent to a body are provided. Embodiments of the compositions include an identifier and an active agent. The invention finds use in a variety of different applications, including but no ...


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Costello Benedict James, Jensen Marc, Zdeblick Mark, Frank Jeremy, Gelfandbein Vladimier, Arne Lawrence: Implantable medical devices comprising cathodic arc produced structures. Proteus Biomedical, Costello Benedict James, Jensen Marc, Zdeblick Mark, Frank Jeremy, Gelfandbein Vladimier, Arne Lawrence, FIELD Bret E, December 27, 2007: WO/2007/149546 (90 worldwide citation)

Implantable medical devices that include cathodic arc produced structures are provided. Cathodic arc produced structures of the invention may be thick, stress-free metallic structures that have configurations heretofore not available in implantable medical devices. In yet other embodiments, the stru ...


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Mark Zdeblick, Joseph M Ruggio: Methods and systems for measuring cardiac parameters. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, April 17, 2007: US07204798 (82 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems of the present invention provide for measurement of various cardiac parameters. Methods generally involve causing a change in volume and/or pressure in a heart chamber, measuring the change, and calculating at least one cardiac parameter based on the change. Systems typically inc ...


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THOMPSON Andrew: Système et procédé de diagnostic, Diagnostic system and method. Proteus Biomedical, THOMPSON Andrew, SCHERER David, October 27, 2011: WO/2011/133543 (79 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are an apparatus and system for providing diagnosis information to a requestor. A request module receives information related to a request from the requestor for diagnosis and to facilitate communication to at least one expert resource. A receive module receives at least one response to th ...


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Robertson Timothy, Zdeblick Mark: In-body device having a deployable antenna. Proteus Biomedical, Robertson Timothy, Zdeblick Mark, FIELD Bret, September 18, 2008: WO/2008/112578 (78 worldwide citation)

Deployable antennas for in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, are provided. Aspects of the in-body deployable antennas of the invention include antennas configured to go from a first configuration to a second configuration following placement in a living body, e.g., via ingest ...


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George M Savage, Todd Thompson, Mark J Zdeblick, Lawrence W Arne, Olivier Colliou, Benedict James Costello, Fataneh A Omidvar: Automated optimization of multi-electrode pacing for cardiac resynchronization. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, October 11, 2011: US08036743 (75 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of the present invention provides a system for automatically optimizing CRT procedures using a multi-electrode pacing lead. During operation, the system performs a first set of iterations to select one or more satellites on one or more pacing leads inserted in a patient. A pacing lead ...


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Mark J Zdeblick: Methods and apparatus for tissue activation and monitoring. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Kathleen McCowin, May 8, 2007: US07214189 (75 worldwide citation)

Techniques for controlling one or more modular circuits (“satellites”) that are intended for placement in a subject's body. The one or more satellites are controlled by sending signals over a bus that includes first and second conduction paths. Also coupled to the bus in system embodiments is a devi ...


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Hafezi Hooman, Robertson Timothy, Snyder Eric, Cozad Brad: In-body power source having high surface area electrode. Proteus Biomedical, Hafezi Hooman, Robertson Timothy, Snyder Eric, Cozad Brad, FIELD Bret, August 21, 2008: WO/2008/101107 (75 worldwide citation)

Power sources that enable in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, are provided. Aspects of the in-body power sources of the invention include a solid support, a first high surface area electrode and a second electrode. Embodiments of the in-power sources are configured to emit a ...


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Colliou Olivier, Robertson Timothy, Zdeblick Mark: In-body device having a multi-directional transmitter. Proteus Biomedical, Colliou Olivier, Robertson Timothy, Zdeblick Mark, FIELD Bret, September 18, 2008: WO/2008/112577 (75 worldwide citation)

Multi-directional transmitters for in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, are provided. Aspects of the in-body multi-direction transmitters of the invention include signal transmitters configured to transmit an identifying signal in at least two different directions in an x-y p ...