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Edward A Haluska, Stephen J Whistler, Ross G Baker Jr, Richard V Calfee: Implantable cardiac stimulator for detection and treatment of ventricular arrhythmias. Intermedics, Russell J Egan, Donald R Greene, May 16, 1989: US04830006 (502 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac stimulator integrates the functions of bradycardia and anti-tachycardia pacing-type therapies, and cardioversion and defibrillation shock-type therapies. The stimulator is programmable to provide a multiplicity of hierarchical detection algorithms and therapeutic modalities to ...


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William L Winstrom: Apparatus for generating multiphasic defibrillation pulse waveform. Intermedics, Russell J Egan, January 31, 1989: US04800883 (369 worldwide citation)

An apparatus suitable for use in an implantable automatic defibrillation system for automatically generating a multiphasic defibrillation pulse waveform in response to sensed fibrillation has first and second series charge-storing capacitors having a common terminal and two other terminals each at d ...


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Ross G Baker Jr, Stephen J Whistler, Raymond E Ideker, Richard V Calfee, Edward A Haluska: Biphasic waveforms for defibrillation. Intermedics, Russell J Egan, Donald R Greene, April 18, 1989: US04821723 (315 worldwide citation)

In a method and apparatus for defibrillating a heart in fibrillation, the onset of fibrillation of the heart is detected, and a biphasic waveform having only a first phase and a second phase is applied to the fibrillating heart. Each phase of the waveform is characterized by a predetermined time dur ...


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Charles Roscoe Brummett, Ray Ned Shaak, Daniel Marshall Andrews: Catalyst for electroless deposition of metals. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan Esq, February 10, 1976: US03937857 (173 worldwide citation)

A solvent method for the metallization of a non-conductive surface with gold, nickel or copper is shown whereby on a substrate a thermosensitive coordination complex of palladium is deposited; the complex has the formula LmPdXn wherein L is a ligand or unsaturated organic radical, X is a halide, alk ...


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Eckhard Alt: Implantable position and motion sensor. Intermedics, Russell J Egan, John R Merkling, July 11, 1989: US04846195 (171 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device for controlling a physiological function includes functional apparatus for controllably duplicating the selected normal physiological function of the patient's body. A sensor detects the physical orientation of the implanted medical device within the body, which is indi ...


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Charles Roscoe Brummett, Ray Ned Shaak, Daniel Marshall Andrews: Catalysts for electroless deposition of metals on comparatively low-temperature polyolefin and polyester substrates. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan, February 1, 1977: US04006047 (169 worldwide citation)

A method for the metallization of a nonconductive surface with gold, nickel or copper whereby on a nonconductive, relatively low temperature surface (such as a polyester or a polyolefin) a thermosensitive coordination complex of palladium (or platinum) is deposited from a solvent; the complex has th ...


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Raymond E Ideker, Michael J Fine, Ross G Baker Jr, Richard V Calfee: Implantable defibrillation electrodes. Intermedics, Russell J Egan, Donald R Greene, May 9, 1989: US04827932 (151 worldwide citation)

A pair of defibrillation patch electrodes is adapted for close fitting placement over the ventricles of the heart, either epicardially or pericardially. One of the patches is contoured to fit over the right ventricle, and the other is contoured to fit over the left ventricle in spaced relationship t ...


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Leon T Ritchie, Michael S Peppler: Method of producing insulated terminals. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan, April 7, 1981: US04260212 (147 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for manufacturing insulated electrical terminals in which the insulation is uniformly distributed over all portions of the terminal which are to be insulated. The present invention concerns a treatment of the terminal between the stages in which the terminal is initially stampe ...


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Henry O Herrmann Jr: High voltage hermetically sealed connector. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan, October 27, 1981: US04296986 (123 worldwide citation)

A high voltage connector assembly is disclosed for terminating a coaxial cable, and comprises plug and receptacle members. The receptacle member has a profiled blind bore of reduced diameter in a forward face thereof, and peripheral contact means at a forward end having a flared mouth portion diverg ...


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Henry O Herrmann Jr: Field repairable connector assembly. AMP Incorporated, Russell J Egan, March 18, 1980: US04193655 (119 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector assembly is disclosed having the capability of being field repairable as well as being assembled in a plurality of configurations by appropriate selection of parts. The assembly includes mating plug and receptacle shells, a pin insert and a socket insert each capable of being ...