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Joseph H Schulman, Carla M Mann: System of implantable devices for monitoring and/or affecting body parameters. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, Arthur Freilich, November 13, 2001: US06315721 (386 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring and/or affecting parameters of a patient's body and more particularly to such a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more other devices, preferably battery-powered, implanted in the patient's body, i.e., within the envelope defined by the patie ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System of implantable devices for monitoring and/or affecting body parameters. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, May 20, 2003: US06564807 (242 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring and/or affecting parameters of a patient's body and more particularly to such a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more other devices, preferably battery-powered, implanted in the patient's body, i.e., within the envelope defined by the patie ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: Battery-powered patient implantable device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, October 3, 2006: US07114502 (170 worldwide citation)

A device configured for implanting beneath a patient's skin for the purpose of tissue, e.g., nerve or muscle, stimulation and/or parameter monitoring and/or data communication. Devices in accordance with the invention are comprised of a sealed housing, typically having an axial dimension of less tha ...


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Joseph H Schulman, John C Gord, Paul D DeRocco, Lawrence J Karr, Dan Folkman, Andrew Barber: Multichannel communication protocol configured to extend the battery life of an implantable device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, October 29, 2002: US06472991 (148 worldwide citation)

A communication protocol that is configured to extend the battery life of devices that monitor and/or affect body parameters and is particularly useful in a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more implanted devices. Each such implanted device is configured to be monitored and ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Yitzhak Zilberman, Lee J Mandell: Method and apparatus for coupling an implantable stimulator/sensor to a prosthetic device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, K Cyrus Khosravi, February 24, 2004: US06695885 (129 worldwide citation)

A system of implantable sensor/stimulation devices that is configured to communicate with a prosthetic device, e.g., an artificial limb, via a wireless communication link, preferably bidirectionally. By communicating between the implantable devices coupled to neural pathways within a man and motor/s ...


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Richard J Nelson, Joseph H Schulman: Magnet control system for battery powered living tissue stimulators. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, January 4, 2005: US06839596 (89 worldwide citation)

A programming system for controlling and/or altering an implantable device's operation using externally applied magnetic means, e.g., a permanent magnet or the like. Typically, such devices stimulate a neural pathway or muscle and/or block pain or muscle stimulation according to programmable setting ...


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Howard H Stover: Antenna for miniature implanted medical device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, October 12, 2004: US06804561 (83 worldwide citation)

An improved antenna for use with an implantable microdevice, such as a microstimulator or microsensor, comprises a loop antenna on the case of the microdevice. The antenna receives data transmitted from an external device, and transmits data to an external device. Such a loop antenna may be formed f ...


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Christian Y Perron, Joseph H Schulman, Lee J Mandell: Programmable signal analysis device for detecting neurological signals in an implantable device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, January 24, 2006: US06990372 (77 worldwide citation)

A programmable signal analysis device for detecting and counting neurological and muscular events in living tissue that incorporates one or more signal threshold levels to identify an event, a counter to count events, and a timer to determine event frequency as events per unit time. The threshold le ...


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Joseph H Schulman: Hermetic feedthrough for an implantable device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, February 11, 2003: US06516808 (76 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an implantable substrate sensor comprising electronic circuitry formed within, or on, a substrate. A protective coating then covers the substrate, forming a hermetically sealed package having the circuitry under the coating. The circuitry has electrically conductive pa ...


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Ralph M Weisner, David L Canfield, Richard J Nelson, Joseph H Schulman: Pulsed magnetic control system for interlocking functions of battery powered living tissue stimulators. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, April 4, 2006: US07024249 (55 worldwide citation)

A magnetic control system for selectively enabling/disabling an implantable device's operation using externally applied pulsed magnetic means, e.g., a controlled electromagnet or the like. Typically, such implantable devices stimulate a neural pathway or muscle and/or block pain or muscle stimulatio ...