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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger, Qingsheng Zhu, J Edward Shapland: Ventricular pacing. Action Medical, Crawford Maunu PLLC, March 31, 2009: US07512440 (26 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for treating a condition of a patient's heart includes placing a first electrode and a second electrode in a right ventricle of the heart. A reference electrode is placed within the patient and internal or external to the heart. A pacing signal is generated inclu ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Methods for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & QWoessner P A, April 23, 2013: US08428715 (10 worldwide citation)

Treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart includes methods that involve guiding an electrode to a location, near the His bundle of the heart, that is determined by pacing the heart and sensing signals in response thereto, and electrically bypassing a conduction abnormality of the h ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Pacemaker which reestablishes or keeps the physiological electric conduction of the heart and a method of application. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, January 1, 2013: US08346358 (10 worldwide citation)

A pacemaker is disclosed which reestablishes or keeps the physiological electric conduction of the heart and a method of application. The pacemaker is a pulse generator, it has a ventricular output including at least two superimposed monopolar pulsewaves of reversed polarity between each other, with ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger, Qingsheng Zhu, J Edward Shapland: Ventricular pacing. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner P A, October 9, 2012: US08285376 (10 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for treating a condition of a patient's heart includes placing a first electrode and/or a second electrode in a right ventricle of the heart. In one example, a reference electrode is placed within the patient and internal or external to the heart. A pacing signal ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Apparatus for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, May 7, 2013: US08437848 (6 worldwide citation)

A new pacemaker apparatus for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart that includes a conduction abnormality in a ventricle. The pacemaker includes a pulse generator and a pacing electrode located in the heart, the pulse generator providing pacing signals to the pacing electrode. ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Apparatus for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, August 19, 2014: US08812106 (2 worldwide citation)

A new pacemaker apparatus for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart that includes a conduction abnormality in a ventricle. The pacemaker includes a pulse generator and a pacing electrode located in the heart, the pulse generator providing pacing signals to the pacing electrode. ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger, Qingsheng Zhu, J Edward Shapland: Ventricular pacing. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, September 16, 2014: US08838238 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are disclosed for treating a condition of a patient's heart includes placing a first electrode and/or a second electrode in a right ventricle of the heart. In one example, a reference electrode is placed within the patient and internal or external to the heart. A pacing signal ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Apparatus for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart. Action Medical, Crawford Maunu Pllc, April 9, 2009: US20090093859-A1

A new pacemaker apparatus for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart that includes a conduction abnormality in a ventricle. The pacemaker includes a pulse generator and a pacing electrode located in the heart, the pulse generator providing pacing signals to the pacing electrode. ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Methods for treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart. Action Medical, Crawford Maunu Pllc, April 9, 2009: US20090093861-A1

Treating the physiological electric conduction of the heart includes methods that involve guiding an electrode to a location, near the His bundle of the heart, that is determined by pacing the heart and sensing signals in response thereto, and electrically bypassing a conduction abnormality of the h ...


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Daniel Felipe Ortega, Alberto German Giniger: Pacemaker which reestablishes or keeps the physiological electric conduction of the heart and a method of application. Action Medical, Merchant & Gould PC, June 29, 2006: US20060142812-A1

A pacemaker is disclosed which reestablishes or keeps the physiological electric conduction of the heart and a method of application. The pacemaker is a pulse generator, it has a ventricular output including at least two superimposed monopolar pulsewaves of reversed polarity between each other, with ...