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Bolduc Lee R: Ground electrode and test circuit. Medical Plastics, February 15, 1972: US3642008 (184 worldwide citation)

An electrical-surgical machine using high-frequency currents connected to an active electrode and a patient ground plate electrode. The ground plate electrode is a one-piece disposable flexible sheet member having an electrical conductive skin releasably attached to a clamp connected to a line leadi ...


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Bolduc Lee R: Body tissue electrode and device for screwing the electrode into body tissue. Medtronic, June 5, 1973: US3737579 (90 worldwide citation)

A body implantable electrode comprising a flexible insulated conductor having a proximal end adapted for connection to a power supply and a distal end portion comprising an uninsulated, conductive, rigid helix adapted for attachment to body tissue. Means located and engageable at substantially the d ...


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Bolduc Lee R: Regulatory apparatus. Medtronic, June 18, 1974: US3817237 (58 worldwide citation)

A regulatory apparatus for controlling the movement of fluids, cells and energy in conveying structure, as spermatazoa in the ductus deferens or signals in nerve fibers. The regulatory apparatus has a stepped down gear train driven in response to a remote magnetic field to selectively expand and con ...


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Bolduc Lee R: Tissue stimulator with sealed lead connector. Medtronic, Rappaport Irving S, Breimayer Joseph F, September 30, 1975: US3908668 (53 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for connecting a lead to a pulse generator for producing and applying electrical stimulation pulses to remote body tissue. The lead connector is associated with the pulse generator and is engageable and operable by a tool to connect the lead to the pulse generator and comprise ...


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Bolduc Lee R: Plate electrode. March 13, 1973: US3720209 (49 worldwide citation)

A one-piece disposable electrode having a flat flexible base of non-electrical conductive sheet material. An electrical conductive skin is secured to one side of the base. The skin is divided into separate sections engageable with distinct portions of a body. Clamps and cables are used to attach the ...


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Bolduc Lee R, Dickhudt Eugene A: Dispensing method and apparatus. Population Research Incorporated, July 9, 1974: US3822702 (48 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing instrument and method for introducing a fluid, as drug materials, into the canals of the Fallopian tubes of a primate female. The dispensing instrument has a tubular probe carrying an expandable balloon assembly. A stop collar on the probe positions the balloon assembly in the ute ...


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Bolduc Lee R, Dickhudt Eugene A: Single stroke dispensing method. Population Research Incorporated, April 8, 1975: US3875939 (47 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing instrument and method for placing a drug material in the uterine cavity and moving the drug material from the uterine cavity to the canals of the Fallopian tubes of a female primate. The instrument has an elongated probe carrying an expandable sleeve. A housing connected to the pr ...


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Bolduc Lee R: Instrument for dispensing material into the fallopian tubes.. Population Res, May 14, 1980: EP0010650-A1 (46 worldwide citation)

A dispensing instrument with supported balloon (46) having a dispenser operable to place drug material into the uterine cavity and an expandable balloon (46) cooperating with support structure (59) operable to move the drug material from the uterine cavity into both canals of the Fallopian tubes. Th ...


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Bolduc Lee R: Electrode for cardiac stimulator. Medtronic, August 3, 1971: US3596662 (46 worldwide citation)

An electrode having a pair of electrical conductors encapsulated in a unitary, homogeneous body of flexible nonconductive plastic material, such as silicone rubber. The electrical conductors are platinum alloy coil springs having spaced coils. The plastic body surrounds the coils and fills part of o ...


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Bolduc Lee R, Dickhudt Eugene A: Dispensing instrument. Population Research Incorporated, Schwartz Esq Lew, March 18, 1975: US3871374 (32 worldwide citation)

A fluid dispensing instrument and method for introducing a fluid, as a drug material, into the canals of the Fallopian tubes of a primate female. The dispensing instrument has a tubular member carrying an expandable balloon assembly. The balloon assembly has a sleeve member which is initially expand ...