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Randolph K Armstrong, Greg S Aber: Implantable wireless power system. Everheart Systems, James W Hill, Mark I Bentley, McDermott Will & Emery, December 2, 2014: US08901775 (11 worldwide citation)

A wireless power system capable of transmitting power through the skin without percutaneous wires over distances ranging from a few inches to several feet includes an external transmitting coil assembly and a receiving coil assembly. The transmitting coil assembly includes an excitation coil and tra ...


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Anand Chellappa, Michael Roy Powell: Ammonia-based hydrogen generation apparatus and method for using same. Intelligent Energy, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps, Mark H Krietzman, Mark I Bentley, January 11, 2011: US07867300 (10 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure provides teachings relating to ammonia-based hydrogen generation apparatus and associated methods of use. Exemplary methods and apparatus comprise a thermocatalytic hydrogen generation reactor which includes a reaction chamber containing a catalyst-coated substrate, and a comb ...


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Michael Roy Powell, Charles J Call: Ammonia-based hydrogen generation apparatus and method for using same. Intelligent Energy, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps Technology Law Group, Mark H Krietzman, Mark I Bentley, January 25, 2011: US07875089 (9 worldwide citation)

A hydrogen generation apparatus employs a thermocatalytic reactor (60) formed of a top plate (62), a bottom plate (66), and a reactor core (64) disposed between the top an bottom plates. The reactor core has a reaction surface (64a) and a combustion surface (64b), each surface having a raised periph ...


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Leon Rudakov, Michael O Connor, Deepak Gandhi: Medical device. MERLIN MD, Nathan S Smith, Mark I Bentley, McDermott Will & Emery, March 7, 2017: US09585668

A medical device for insertion into a bodily vessel to treat an aneurysm (201), the device comprising: a mechanically expandable device (202) expandable from a first position to a second position, said mechanically expandable device (202) is expanded radially outwardly to the second position such th ...


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Randolph K Armstrong, Greg S Aber: Wireless power system. EVERHEART SYSTEMS, Nathan S Smith, Mark I Bentley, McDermott Will & Emery, December 12, 2017: US09839732

A wireless power system capable of transmitting power through the skin over distances ranging from a few inches to several feet includes an external transmitting coil assembly and a receiving coil assembly. A transmitting resonant coil and a receiving resonant coil are constructed as to have closely ...


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Greg S Aber, Christopher G DuPont: Mobile wireless power system. EverHeart Systems, Nathan S Smith, Mark I Bentley, McDermott Will & Emery, November 15, 2016: US09496924

A mobile wireless power system capable of transmitting power through the skin to energize an implanted medical device without percutaneous wires and without precise positioning includes an external mobile wireless power source and an implantable receiving assembly. The mobile wireless power source i ...


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John P McPeck, Kathleen M Principe: Device and method for performing electroencephalograpy. BIO SIGNAL GROUP, Nathan S Smith, Mark I Bentley, McDermott Will & Emery, June 21, 2016: US09370313

A device 10 for performing electroencephalography on a patient, the device comprising a sagittal portion 14 comprising: a forehead anchor 44 comprising two forehead anchor arms, a first forehead anchor arm 46 and an opposing second forehead anchor arm 48; a neck anchor 54 comprising two neck anchor ...


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Scott A Werden: Method to evaluate patients for thoracic outlet syndrome. Vanguard Specialty Imaging, James W Hill, Mark I Bentley, McDermott Will & Emery, February 24, 2015: US08965481

Improvements in magnetic resonance imaging methods to obtain three-dimensional models and diagnoses of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome are described.