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Mark G Schrom, Paul J Robinson: Neurostimulating lead. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, May 16, 2006: US07047082 (187 worldwide citation)

A neurostimulating lead is provided for use in stimulating the spinal chord, spinal nerves, or peripheral nerves or for use in deep brain stimulation that comprises an elongated, flexible lead having improved steerability properties. The lead includes a plurality of thin-film metal electrodes connec ...


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Gregory R Martin, Gregg Turi, Marc Shanko, Rami Elghandour, Thomas Palma, William L Winstrom: Implantable device and system and method for wireless communication. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, Christopher S L Crawford, May 1, 2007: US07212110 (111 worldwide citation)

A wireless communication method and protocol, and wireless devices and systems for stimulation, are provided for communication between a wireless device and a charging device. During active wireless charging, communications (data transmission) from the wireless device to the charging device occurs v ...


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Mark G Schrom, Paul J Robinson: Neurostimulating lead. MicroNet Medical, Peter R Lando, May 30, 2006: US07051419 (87 worldwide citation)

A neurostimulating lead is provided for use in stimulating the spinal chord, spinal nerves, or peripheral nerves or for use in deep brain stimulation that comprises an elongated, flexible lead having improved steerability properties. The lead includes a plurality of thin-film metal electrodes connec ...


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John H Erickson: System and method for generating and testing treatment protocols. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, Christopher S L Crawford, November 13, 2007: US07295876 (70 worldwide citation)

A system, method, and computer program product for interactively defining and calibrating a treatment protocol program for a stimulation device such as an implantable pulse generator (IPG). An IPG, whether it is a self-contained implantable pulse generator (SCIPG) or externally-powered implantable p ...


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Anthony J Varrichio, Benjamin A Tranchina: Method of efficiently performing fractional voltage conversion and system comprising efficient fractional voltage converter circuitry. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, Christopher S L Crawford, February 20, 2007: US07180760 (69 worldwide citation)

Embodiments provide a capacitive voltage multiplier for efficiently producing multiples, including fractional multiples, of a power supply voltage use high, medium and low voltage field effect transistors for switching terminals of various capacitors into and out of connection with power supply or g ...


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John H Erickson, Thomas K Hickman, Erik D Engstrom: System and method for stimulus calibration for an implantable pulse generator. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, Christopher S L Crawford, August 7, 2007: US07254446 (61 worldwide citation)

A system, method, and computer program product for calibrating a stimulation device such as an implantable pulse generator (IPG). An IPG, whether it is a self-contained implantable pulse generator (SCIPG) or externally-powered implantable pulse generator (EPIPG), communicates with an external progra ...


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Richard J Daignault Jr: System for regional data association and presentation and method for the same. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, February 10, 2004: US06690397 (61 worldwide citation)

A database methodology that concerns the mapping of any arbitrary object into a plurality of regions, enabling the assignment of multiple region-specific attributes thereto and facilitating the concurrent, graphical presentation of any assigned attributes. Attribute storage, manipulation, and presen ...


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Don Dye, Cory Brinkman: Medical leads with segmented electrodes and methods of fabrication thereof. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Craig Hoersten, Christopher S L Crawford, Peter R Lando, July 24, 2012: US08225504 (60 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a process, for fabricating a medical lead for stimulation of tissue of a patient, comprises: forming a plurality of electrode assemblies wherein each electrode assembly of the plurality of electrode assemblies comprises a respective plurality of segmented electrodes angularly sepa ...


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Jay Law, William Borkan, Lance Ehren, George Van Campen, John Erickson: Multiprogrammable tissue stimulator and method. Advanced Neuromodulation Systems, Peter R Lando, Christopher S Crawford, October 24, 2006: US07127297 (57 worldwide citation)

An electronic stimulation system is used to control pain over multiple regions of a patient's body. The system has one or more percutaneous leads, each having multiple electrodes, implanted within the patient's epidural space parallel to the axis of the spinal cord. The leads are connected to either ...