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Charles W Scarantino, H Troy Nagle, Leslie C Hall, Jeffrey Mueller, Chang Soo Kim: Methods, systems, and associated implantable devices for dynamic monitoring of physiological and biological properties of tumors. Sicel Technologies, North Carolina State University, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, June 11, 2002: US06402689 (281 worldwide citation)

Methods of monitoring and evaluating the status of a tumor undergoing treatment includes monitoring in vivo at least one physiological parameter associated with a tumor in a subject undergoing treatment, transmitting data from an in situ located sensor to a receiver external of the subject, analyzin ...


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Charles W Scarantino, H Troy Nagle, Lester C Hall, Jeffrey Mueller, Bahram Ghaffarzadeh Kermani: Methods, systems, and associated implantable devices for dynamic monitoring of physiological and biological properties of tumors. North Carolina State University, Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, March 7, 2006: US07010340 (96 worldwide citation)

Methods of monitoring and evaluating the status of a tumor undergoing treatment includes monitoring in vivo at least one physiological parameter associated with a tumor in a subject undergoing treatment, transmitting data from an in situ located sensor to a receiver external of the subject, analyzin ...


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Robert D Black, Gregory Glenwood Mann, Steven R Widener: Evaluation of irradiated foods and other items with telemetric dosimeters and associated methods. Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, April 6, 2004: US06717154 (49 worldwide citation)

Methods for quantifying the irradiation dose received by an item or items, such as food items and medical items, undergoing irradiation-based sterilization, includes the steps of monitoring a selected electronic parameter associated with an economic single use sensor positioned adjacent the item or ...


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Steven Suddarth, Charles W Scarantino, Robert D Black: Systems, methods and devices for in vivo monitoring of a localized response via a radiolabeled analyte in a subject. Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, March 14, 2006: US07011814 (40 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, devices and computer program products monitor in vivo detected radiation in a target localized site within a subject, over a selected time period, to do one or more of: (a) quantify a radiation dose received at a local site; (b) assess bioreceptiveness to a particular treatment tim ...


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Charles W Scarantino, H Troy Nagle, Chang Soo Kim, Stefan Ufer, Jason Fiering, Bahram Ghaffarzadeh Kermani: Methods, computer program products, and devices for calibrating chronically tissue implanted sensors using chronically tissue. Sicel Technologies, North Carolina State University, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, January 30, 2007: US07171252 (36 worldwide citation)

Calibration of in vivo oxygen and pH sensor systems can be performed by generating a constituent element of an environment proximate to an in vivo sensor electrode via an in vivo generating electrode and determining a level of the constituent element in the tissue via the in vivo sensor electrode. A ...


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Robert D Black, Natasha Bolick: In vivo fluorescence sensors, systems, and related methods operating in conjunction with fluorescent analytes. Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, March 31, 2009: US07510699 (28 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, devices and computer program product include: (i) administering a fluorescent analyte to a subject; (ii) repetitively emitting excitation light from an implanted sensor over a desired monitoring period; (iii) detecting fluorescence intensity in response to the excitation light usin ...


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Charles W Scarantino, H Troy Nagle, Lester C Hall, Jeffrey Mueller: Methods, systems, and associated implantable devices for radiation dose verification for therapies used to treat tumors. North Carolina State University, Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, November 8, 2005: US06963771 (26 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for evaluating external beam radiation therapy delivered to a subject include: (a) placing at least one wireless implantable sensor in a first subject at a target location; (b) administering a first dose of radiation therapy into the first subject; (c) obtaining radiation data fr ...


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Christopher J Rini, Robert D Black: Methods for using an implantable sensor unit. Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec PA, January 20, 2009: US07479108 (19 worldwide citation)

A method for obtaining data using an implantable sensor unit in a body of a patient includes: implanting the sensor unit in the body; conducting an imaging procedure on the body such that the sensor unit in the body serves as a fiducial marker; detecting a parameter using the sensor unit in the body ...


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Robert D Black, Gregory Glenwood Mann, Steven R Widener, Phillip M Lehman: Single-use external dosimeters for use in radiation therapies. Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, July 7, 2009: US07557353 (16 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, devices, and computer program products include positioning disposable single-use radiation sensor patches that have adhesive means onto the skin of a patient to evaluate the radiation dose delivered during a treatment session. The sensor patches are configured to be minimally obtru ...


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Steven R Widener, John Carroll: Single-use external dosimeters for use in radiation therapies and related methods and systems. Sicel Technologies, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec, February 24, 2009: US07495224 (14 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, devices, and computer program products include positioning disposable single-use radiation sensor patches that have adhesive means onto the skin of a patient to evaluate the radiation dose delivered during a treatment session. The sensor patches are configured to be minimally obtru ...