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Robert J Hulings, Emil Oskin, Arlan J Brandt: Support garments for patient-worn energy delivery apparatus. Lifecor, Buchanan Ingersoll P C, May 23, 2000: US06065154 (239 worldwide citation)

In a support garment for a patient-worn energy delivery apparatus, a vest-type garment holds an electrode belt in contact with a wearer's ribcage. The garment includes a flap with button holes to permit buttoning in of energy transfer electrodes, thus constituting a wearable electrode system. Additi ...


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Emil Oskin, Robert J Hulings, Scott D Quinnell: Cardiac monitoring electrode apparatus and method. Lifecor, Buchanan Ingersoll P C, June 26, 2001: US06253099 (69 worldwide citation)

An ECG electrode and method of making and using such. The electrode can have a domed electrode element attached to a housing containing an interface disk to which the concave side of the domed electrode connects. Within the housing a signal lead wire has one end attached to the non-skin-contacting s ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Shane Volpe, Emil Oskin: Wearable therapeutic device. Zoll Medical Corporation, Lando & Anastasi, April 14, 2015: US09008801 (21 worldwide citation)

A wearable therapeutic device that includes a garment configured to contain an external defibrillator. The garment is configured to house at least one of an alarm module and a monitor and to house a first therapy electrode and a second therapy electrode. The garment is also configured to releasably ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Shane S Volpe, Emil Oskin: Electrode with redundant impedance reduction. Zoll Medical Corporation, Lando & Anastasi, March 26, 2013: US08406842 (13 worldwide citation)

An electrode assembly that includes an electrically conductive layer, a first impedance reduction system, and a second impedance reduction system. The electrically conductive layer forms an electrode portion of the electrode assembly and a first surface to be placed adjacent a person's skin. The fir ...


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Emil Oskin, Philip C Skalos, Thomas E Kaib: Wearable therapeutic device. Zoll Medical Corporation, Lando & Anastasi, April 14, 2015: US09007216 (1 worldwide citation)

A wearable therapeutic device is provided. The wearable therapeutic device includes a garment, and the garment includes an electrode and a conductive thread. A control unit is coupled to the conductive thread and identifies an electrical connection between a conductive surface of the electrode and t ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Shane S Volpe, Emil Oskin: Wearable therapeutic device. ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION, Lando & Anastasi, May 1, 2018: US09956392

A wearable therapeutic device includes a garment configured to be worn on a torso of a patient. The garment has an anterior portion and a posterior portion. The garment is configured to house at least one defibrillator component, a first therapy electrode disposed in the anterior portion of the garm ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Shane S Volpe, Emil Oskin: Wearable therapeutic device. ZOLL Medical Corporation, ZOLL Medical Corporation, January 22, 2019: US10183160

A wearable therapeutic device includes a garment configured to be worn on a torso of a patient. The garment has an anterior portion and a posterior portion. The garment is configured to house at least one defibrillator component, a first therapy electrode disposed in the anterior portion of the garm ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Shane S Volpe, Emil Oskin: Wearable therapeutic device system. ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION, Lando & Anastasi, October 4, 2016: US09457178

A wearable therapeutic device that includes a garment configured to contain an external defibrillator. The garment is configured to house at least one of an alarm module and a monitor and to house a first therapy electrode and a second therapy electrode. The garment is also configured to releasably ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Emil Oskin, Philip C Skalos, Jason T Whiting: Patient-worn energy delivery apparatus and techniques for sizing same. ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION, Lando & Anastasi, October 10, 2017: US09782578

A support garment for a patient-worn energy delivery apparatus. A vest-type garment holds an electrode belt in contact with a wearer's ribcage. A removable electrode harness may be attachable to the support garment to accurately position sensing electrodes on the body of the wearer and energy delive ...


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Thomas E Kaib, Shane S Volpe, Emil Oskin: Electrode with redundant impedance reduction. ZOLL MEDICAL CORPORATION, Lando & Anastasi, May 19, 2015: US09037271

An electrode assembly that includes an electrically conductive layer, a first impedance reduction system, and a second impedance reduction system. The electrically conductive layer forms an electrode portion of the electrode assembly and a first surface to be placed adjacent a person's skin. The fir ...