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Yi Zhang, Jiang Ding, Aaron R McCabe, Scott A Meyer: Automatic capture verification using electrocardiograms sensed from multiple implanted electrodes. Cardiac Pacemakers, Hollingsworth & Funk, March 24, 2009: US07509170 (100 worldwide citation)

Cardiac monitoring and/or stimulation methods and systems that provide one or more of monitoring, diagnosing, defibrillation, and pacing. Cardiac signal separation is employed for automatic capture verification using cardiac activation sequence information. Devices and methods sense composite cardia ...


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Yi Zhang, Yinghong Yu, Aaron R McCabe, Jiang Ding, Jeffrey E Stahmann, Carlos Alberto Ricci, Scott A Meyer: Closed loop cardiac resynchronization therapy using cardiac activation sequence information. Cardiac Pacemakers, Hollingsworth & Funk, November 25, 2008: US07457664 (56 worldwide citation)

Cardiac monitoring and/or stimulation methods and systems that provide one or more of monitoring, diagnosing, defibrillation, and pacing. Cardiac signal separation is employed to detect, monitor, track, and/or trend closed-loop cardiac resynchronization therapy using cardiac activation sequence info ...


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Yi Zhang, Scott A Meyer, Jeffrey E Stahmann, Carlos Alberto Ricci, Marina Brockway, Aaron R McCabe, Yinghong Yu, Donald I Hopper: Cardiac activation sequence monitoring for ischemia detection. Cardiac Pacemakers, Hollingsworth & Funk, September 14, 2010: US07797036 (33 worldwide citation)

Cardiac monitoring and/or stimulation methods and systems that provide one or more of monitoring, diagnosing, defibrillation, and pacing. Cardiac signal separation is employed to detect, monitor, track and/or trend ischemia using cardiac activation sequence information. Ischemia detection may involv ...


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Aaron R McCabe, Holly E Rockweiler, Jacob L Laughner: Respiration sensor processing for phrenic nerve activation detection. Cardiac Pacemakers, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, January 7, 2014: US08626292 (21 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac device includes a sensor for sensing patient respiration and detecting phrenic nerve activation. A first filter channel attenuates first frequencies of the sensor signal to produce a first filtered output. A second filter channel attenuates second frequencies of the respiratio ...


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Aaron R McCabe, Holly Rockweiler, Jacob I Laughner: Mass attribute detection through phrenic stimulation. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, July 15, 2014: US08781578 (11 worldwide citation)

According to certain examples, an implanted medical device is used to determine a mass attribute of a patient. The patient's phrenic nerve is stimulated, and the diaphragmatic response is measured by an accelerometer. The measured response is analyzed in certain embodiments to determine a mass attri ...


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Aaron R McCabe, Holly E Rockweiler, Jacob L Laughner: Activity sensor processing for phrenic nerve activation detection. Cardiac Pacemakers, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, January 21, 2014: US08634915 (7 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac device includes a sensor for sensing patient activity and detecting phrenic nerve activation. A first filter channel attenuates first frequencies of the sensor signal to produce a first filtered output. A second filter channel attenuates second frequencies of the accelerometer ...


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Aaron R McCabe, Avram Scheiner, Geng Zhang, Quan Ni, Douglas R Daum, Yi Zhang: Wireless ECG in implantable devices. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, November 8, 2011: US08055332 (6 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device such as an implantable pacemaker or implantable cardioverter/defibrillator includes a programmable sensing circuit providing for sensing of a signal approximating a surface electrocardiogram (ECG) through implanted electrodes. With various electrode configurations, sign ...


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Aaron R McCabe, Imad Libbus, Yi Zhang, Paul A Haefner, Alok S Sathaye, Anthony V Caparso, M Jason Brooke: Closed loop neural stimulation synchronized to cardiac cycles. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, March 26, 2013: US08406876 (5 worldwide citation)

Various aspects of the present subject matter relate to a method. According to various method embodiments, cardiac activity is detected, and neural stimulation is synchronized with a reference event in the detected cardiac activity. Neural stimulation is titrated based on a detected response to the ...


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Aaron R McCabe, Shibaji Shome, Yanting Dong, Amy Jean Brisben: Anodal stimulation detection and avoidance. Cardiac Pacemakers, Brooks Cameron & Huebsch PLL, March 19, 2013: US08401639 (5 worldwide citation)

Cardiac resynchronization therapy is delivered to a heart using an extended bipolar electrode configuration in accordance with programmed pacing parameters including a non-zero intraventricular delay. The extended bipolar electrode configuration comprises a left ventricular electrode defining a cath ...


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Yi Zhang, Carlos Alberto Ricci, Jeffrey E Stahmann, Aaron R McCabe, Scott A Meyer, Yinghong Yu: Arrhythmia discrimination using electrocardiograms sensed from multiple implanted electrodes. Cardiac Pacemakers, Hollingsworth & Funk, March 29, 2011: US07917196 (4 worldwide citation)

Cardiac monitoring and/or stimulation methods and systems provide for monitoring, diagnosing, defibrillation and pacing therapies, or a combination of these capabilities, including cardiac systems incorporating or cooperating with neuro-stimulating devices, drug pumps, or other therapies. Embodiment ...