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Robert S Kieval, Bruce J Perrson, David J Serdar, Peter T Keith: Stimulus regimens for cardiovascular reflex control. CVRx, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, January 10, 2006: US06985774 (343 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods by which the blood pressure, nervous system activity, and neurohormonal activity may be selectively and controllably reduced by activating baroreceptors. A baroreceptor activation device is positioned near a baroreceptor, for example a baroreceptor in the carotid sinus. ...


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Robert S Kieval, Bruce J Persson, David J Serdar, Peter T Keith: Mapping methods for cardiovascular reflex control devices. CVRx, Townsend & Townsend and Crew, February 1, 2005: US06850801 (321 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods by which the blood pressure, nervous system activity, and neurohormonal activity may be selectively and controllably reduced by activating baroreceptors. A baroreceptor activation device is positioned near a baroreceptor, preferably in the carotid sinus. A mapping method ...


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Robert S Kieval, Bruce J Persson, David J Serdar, Peter T Keith, Eric D Irwin: Electrode designs and methods of use for cardiovascular reflex control devices. CVRx, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, January 2, 2007: US07158832 (214 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods by which the blood pressure, nervous system activity, and neurohornonal activity may be selectively and controllably reduced by activating baroreceptors. A baroreceptor activation device is positioned near a baroreceptor, preferably in the carotid sinus. The baroreceptor ...


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Robert S Kieval, Bruce J Persson, David J Serdar, Peter T Keith: Stimulus regimens for cardiovascular reflex control. CVRx, Patterson Thuente Christensen Pedersen P A, November 23, 2010: US07840271 (92 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods by which the blood pressure, nervous system activity, and neurohormonal activity may be selectively and controllably reduced by activating baroreceptors. A baroreceptor activation device is positioned near a baroreceptor, for example a baroreceptor in the carotid sinus. ...


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Martin A Rossing, Robert S Kieval, David J Serdar, Bruce J Persson: Stimulus regimens for cardiovascular reflex control. CVRx, Patterson Thuente Skaar & Christensen P A, November 24, 2009: US07623926 (92 worldwide citation)

Baroreflex activation is achieved by providing suitable control signals to a baroreflex activation device. A method comprises establishing a therapy interval (possibly on the order of minutes to hours, or possibly of indefinite duration), within the therapy interval, establishing a plurality of dose ...


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David J Haskvitz, John W Humphrey, William F Kratoska, Richard R Prather, David J Serdar: Power-assisted inflation apparatus. SciMed Life Systems, Kinney & Lange, December 28, 1993: US05273537 (87 worldwide citation)

Inflation apparatus for inflating a dilatation balloon of a catheter includes a frame having a first receiver supporting the barrel of a syringe. An operator has a second receiver supporting the plunger of the syringe. The syringe includes a fluid port for connecting the syringe chamber to the lumen ...


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Stephen L Bolea, Robert S Kieval, Bruce J Persson, David J Serdar, Peter T Keith, Eric D Irwin, Martin A Rossing: Electrode structures and methods for their use in cardiovascular reflex control. CVRx, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, March 3, 2009: US07499742 (71 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods are described by which the blood pressure, nervous system activity, and neurohormonal activity may be selectively and controllably reduced by activating baroreceptors. A baroreceptor activation device is positioned near a baroreceptor, preferably a baroreceptor located i ...


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Robert S Kieval, Matthew M Burns, David J Serdar, Martin A Rossing: Baroreflex stimulator with integrated pressure sensor. CVRx, Patterson Thuente Christensen Pedersen P A, October 12, 2010: US07813812 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an implantable medical device comprising, a pulse generator to generate baroreceptor stimulation pulses, a sensor circuitry, a lead adapted to be electrically connected to the pulse generator and to the sensor circuitry, the lead including an electrode to distribute the baro ...


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Robert S Kieval, Bruce J Persson, David J Serdar, Peter T Keith, Martin A Rossing: Devices and methods for cardiovascular reflex control via coupled electrodes. Patterson Thuente Skaar & Christensen P A, November 10, 2009: US07616997 (51 worldwide citation)

Devices, systems and methods are disclosed by which the blood pressure, nervous system activity, and neurohormonal activity may be selectively and controllably reduced by activating baroreceptors. A baroreceptor activation device is positioned near a baroreceptor, preferably a baroreceptor located i ...


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Martin A Rossing, Robert S Kieval, David J Serdar, Bruce J Persson: Stimulus regimens for cardiovascular reflex control. CVRx, Patterson Thuente Christensen Pedersen P A, September 21, 2010: US07801614 (46 worldwide citation)

Baroreflex activation is achieved by providing suitable control signals to a baroreflex activation device. A method comprises establishing a therapy interval (possibly on the order of minutes to hours, or possibly of indefinite duration), within the therapy interval, establishing a plurality of dose ...