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Ruchika Singhal, Darren A Janzig, Carl D Wahlstrand, Robert M Skime, Paulette C Olson: Overmold for a modular implantable medical device. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, July 10, 2007: US07242982 (88 worldwide citation)

A modular implantable medical device permits implantable medical devices to have a smaller profile in order to better fit into locations within the human body. A modular implantable medical device separates various functional components of the implantable medical device into a set of interconnected ...


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Darren A Janzig, Carl D Wahlstrand, Robert M Skime, Mark S Lent, Keith A Miesel, James E Cabak: Coupling module of a modular implantable medical device. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, December 7, 2010: US07848817 (30 worldwide citation)

In an implantable medical device having individual modules, a coupling module couples the modules to one another. The coupling module supports electrical and/or mechanical coupling of the modules. The coupling module may assume a variety of shapes or configurations. The various embodiments of the co ...


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Ruchika Singhal, Darren A Janzig, Carl D Wahlstrand, Robert M Skime, Paulette C Olson, Erik R Scott, James E Randall: Implantable medical device with anti-infection agent. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, September 29, 2009: US07596408 (30 worldwide citation)

An implantable medical device with anti-infection agent. The implantable medical device may be configured for placement in the head of a patient and for monitoring or treatment of the brain. The implantable medical device may have a housing or it may have a housing and a member for providing a smoot ...


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Carl D Wahlstrand, Darren A Janzig, Robert M Skime: Reducing relative intermodule motion in a modular implantable medical device. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, June 24, 2008: US07392089 (28 worldwide citation)

A modular implantable medical device includes a plurality of modules that are at least partially encapsulated by an overmold. The modules may be connected by coupling modules, which may be flexible to provide for one or more degrees of relative intermodular motion. The overmold may also be flexible. ...


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Carl D Wahlstrand, Darren A Janzig, Ruchika Singhal, Robert M Skime, Erik R Scott, James E Randall: Concavity of an implantable medical device. Medtronic, John W Albrecht, Medtronic, May 5, 2009: US07529586 (25 worldwide citation)

At least one surface of an implantable medical device is concave along at least one axis such that it substantially conforms to a surface within a patient, such as the cranium, when it is implanted on that surface. In some embodiments, the surface of the implantable medical device substantially conf ...


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Darren A Janzig, Gerald G Lindner, Chris J Paidosh: Internal hermetic lead connector for implantable device. Medtronic, Campbell Nelson Whipps, May 18, 2010: US07720538 (25 worldwide citation)

An implantable active medical device is disclosed and includes a hermetically sealed housing defining a sealed housing interior, a power source and electronics in electrical communication and disposed within the sealed housing interior, and a lead connector projecting into the sealed housing interio ...


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Darren A Janzig, Gerald G Lindner, Chris J Paidosh: Hermetic lead connector assembly. Medtronic, Campbell Nelson Whipps, May 4, 2010: US07711428 (25 worldwide citation)

A hermetic lead connector assembly includes a hermetic lead connector having an open end, a lead connector outer surface and a lead connector inner surface defining a lead aperture and a rigid sleeve is disposed about the hermetic lead connector outer surface. The hermetic lead connector has one or ...


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Darren A Janzig, Carl D Wahlstrand, Paulette C Olson, Robert M Skime: Low-profile implantable medical device. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, June 4, 2013: US08457744 (13 worldwide citation)

Components of an implantable medical device are arranged to facilitate a low-profile housing. A circuit board within the housing carries integrated circuits and discrete components. In some embodiments, the integrated circuits and discrete components are located on first and second opposing surfaces ...


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Darren A Janzig, Gerald G Lindner, Chris J Paidosh: Internal hermetic lead connector for implantable device. Medtronis, Campbell Nelson Whipps, May 4, 2010: US07711427 (11 worldwide citation)

An implantable active medical device is disclosed and includes a hermetically sealed housing defining a sealed housing interior, a power source and electronics in electrical communication and disposed within the sealed housing interior, and a lead connector projecting into the sealed housing interio ...


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Darren A Janzig, Gerald G Lindner, Chris J Paidosh: Methods of manufacturing a hermetic lead connector. Medtronic, Mueting Raasch & Gebhardt PA, March 6, 2012: US08131370 (9 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a hermetic lead connector includes fixing an electrically insulating ring between an electrically conducting contact ring and an electrically conducting spacer ring to form a hermetic ring subassembly, and fixing a plurality of the hermetic ring subassemblies in axial align ...