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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, Gerald E Adomian, Michael S Colvin: Implantable enzyme-based monitoring systems having improved longevity due to improved exterior surfaces. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Abraham N Seidman, September 12, 2000: US06119028 (698 worldwide citation)

An implantable enzyme-based monitoring system suitable for long term in vivo use to measure the concentration of prescribed substances such as glucose is provided. In one embodiment, the implantable enzyme-based monitoring system includes at least one sensor assembly, an outer membrane surrounding t ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Implantable substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Lee Jay Mandell, July 10, 2001: US06259937 (640 worldwide citation)

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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Charles L Byers, Joseph H Schulman, David I Whitmoyer: Electrode array for use in connection with a living body and method of manufacture. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Robert R Meads, November 13, 1990: US04969468 (470 worldwide citation)

The electrode array is a device for making multiple electrical contacts with cellular tissue or organs. The electrode array includes a base (1), a two dimensional array of conducting protuberances (2) arising from the base and serving as electrodes, and conductors (3) embedded onto the base and conn ...


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Charles L Byers, Joseph H Schulman, David I Whitmoyer: Method of making an electrode array. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, June 6, 1989: US04837049 (424 worldwide citation)

A very small electrode array is disclosed, having numerous, small, sharp, conductive protuberances (needles) which penetrate nerves, organs, muscle or other body part for sensing the electrical activity therein or to provide electrical stimulation. The protuberances are carried on a base and there i ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, Gerald E Adomian, Michael S Colvin: Implantable enzyme-based monitoring systems having improved longevity due to improved exterior surfaces. Medtronic MiniMed, Foley & Lardner, November 5, 2002: US06477395 (399 worldwide citation)

An implantable enzyme-based monitoring system suitable for long term in vivo use to measure the concentration of prescribed substances such as glucose is provided. In one embodiment, the implantable enzyme-based monitoring system includes at least one sensor assembly, an outer membrane surrounding t ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Foley & Lardner, December 24, 2002: US06498043 (362 worldwide citation)

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Joseph Y Lucisano, Rajiv Shah, Charles L Byers, Shaun M Pendo: Alumina insulation for coating implantable components and other microminiature devices. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Abraham N Seidman, March 28, 2000: US06043437 (318 worldwide citation)

A protective, biocompatible coating or encapsulation material protects and insulates a component or device intended to be implanted in living tissue. The coating or encapsulation material includes a thin layer or layers of alumina, zirconia, or other ceramic, less than 25 microns thick, e.g., 5-10 m ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Joseph Y Lucisano, Rajiv Shah, Charles L Byers, Shaun M Pendo: Method of applying insulation for coating implantable components and other microminiature devices. Medtronic Minimed, Foley & Lardner, October 29, 2002: US06472122 (295 worldwide citation)

A protective, biocompatible coating or encapsulation material protects and insulates a component or device intended to be implanted in living tissue. The coating or encapsulation material comprises a thin layer or layers of alumina, zerconia, or other ceramic, less than 25 microns thick, e.g., 5-10 ...


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Charles L Byers, James W Beazell, Joseph H Schulman, Ali Rostami: Hermetically sealed ceramic and metal package for electronic devices implantable in living bodies. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Robert R Meads, February 12, 1991: US04991582 (275 worldwide citation)

A hermetically sealed combination ceramic and metal package for electronic components of an electronic device implantable in a living body, at least some of the components being adversely affected by high temperatures. The package comprises a ceramic sleeve and a metal band having substantially the ...


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Kate E Fey, Charles L Byers, Lee J Mandell: Space-saving packaging of electronic circuits. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Gary D Schnittgrund, July 4, 2006: US07071546 (243 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and packaging method for stacking a plurality of integrated circuit substrates, i.e., substrates having integrated circuits formed as integral portions of the substrates, which provides interconnection paths through the substrates to simplify electrical connections between the integrate ...



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