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Joseph H Schulman, Orville R Rule III, David I Whitmoyer, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann: Glucose monitoring system. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 12, 1996: US05497772 (1109 worldwide citation)

A glucose monitoring system continuously measures the glucose concentration in a patient's blood, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset limits. If not, an audible and/or visua ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann, Orville Rey Rule III, David I Whitmoyer: Patient monitoring system. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 11, 1998: US05791344 (1051 worldwide citation)

A patient monitoring system measures the concentration of a particular substance in a patient's tissue, blood, or other bodily fluids, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset li ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Orville Rey Rule III, David I Whitmoyer, Ronald J Lebel, Joseph Y Lucisano, Alfred E Mann: Glucose sensor assembly. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 26, 1997: US05660163 (926 worldwide citation)

A glucose monitoring system continuously measures the glucose concentration in a patient's blood, provides an indication of the rate of change of such concentration, and determines whether the measured concentration and rate of change are within certain preset limits. If not, an audible and/or visua ...


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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 (490 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 (463 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, John C Gord, Primoz Strojnik, David I Whitmoyer, James H Wolfe: Voltage/current control system for a human tissue stimulator. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 4, 1996: US05522865 (295 worldwide citation)

A tissue stimulating system includes an external transmitter for transmitting a data signal to an implanted stimulator. The implanted stimulator includes a processor for generating stimulation signals for application to a plurality of tissue stimulating electrodes through respective isolated output ...


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Joseph H Schulman, David I Whitmoyer, John C Gord, Primoz Strojnik: Multichannel cochlear implant system including wearable speech processor. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, February 18, 1997: US05603726 (195 worldwide citation)

A tissue stimulating system including an external transmitter for transmitting data to an implanted stimulator including a processor for generating stimulation signals for application to a plurality of tissue stimulating electrodes. The processor selectively monitors the electrodes and/or voltages g ...


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Joseph H Schulman, John C Gord, Primoz Strojnik, David I Whitmoyer, James H Wolfe: Multichannel implantable cochlear stimulator having programmable bipolar, monopolar or multipolar electrode configurations. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, July 2, 1996: US05531774 (135 worldwide citation)

An implantable cochlear stimulator (ICS) has eight output stages (212), each having a programmable current source (212B) connected to a pair of electrodes, designated "A" and "B", through respective output coupling capacitors and an electrode switching matrix (212C). An indifferent electrode is conn ...


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Joseph H Schulman, John C Gord, Primoz Strojnik, David I Whitmoyer, James H Wolfe: Multichannel implantable cochlear stimulator. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Alfred E Mann Foundation, August 17, 1999: US05938691 (91 worldwide citation)

A cochlea stimulation system includes a patient wearable system comprising an externally wearable signal processor (WP) and a headpiece in electronic communication with an implanted cochlear stimulator (ICS). The ICS comprises eight output stages each having two electrically isolated capacitor-coupl ...


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Joseph H Schulman, John C Gord, Primoz Strojnik, David I Whitmoyer, James H Wolfe: Multichannel implantable cochlear stimulator. Alfred E Mann Foundation For Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, July 7, 1998: US05776172 (61 worldwide citation)

An implantable cochlear stimulator (ICS) has eight output stages (212), each having a current source (212B) connected to a pair of electrodes, designated "A" and "B", through respective output coupling capacitors and an electrode switching matrix (212C). An indifferent electrode is connected to each ...