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Warren M Grill Jr, Graham H Creasey, David A Ksienski, Claude S Veraart, J Thomas Mortimer: Thin film implantable electrode and method of manufacture. Case Western Reserve University, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, June 28, 1994: US05324322 (345 worldwide citation)

A sheet (30) of polymeric material defines a cuff portion (A), a contact portion (B), and an interconnecting elongated lead portion (C). Using physical vapor deposition (PVD), chemical vapor deposition (CVD), or other thin film deposition techniques, a plurality of electrodes (12), contact pads (16) ...


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Zi Ping Fang, J Thomas Mortimer, Graham H Creasey: Micturitional assist device. Case Western Reserve University, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, April 6, 1993: US05199430 (156 worldwide citation)

Cuff electrodes (40a, 40b) are surgically implanted around S.sub.3 sacral ventral root nerve trunks (16a, 16b). The sacral ventral roots have smaller diameter nerve fibers (20a, 20b) which convey action potentials to cause detrusor activation to contract the bladder (10) and larger diameter nerve fi ...


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Warren M Grill, Kenneth J Gustafson, Graham H Creasey: Systems and methods for selectively stimulating components in, on, or near the pudendal nerve or its branches to achieve selective physiologic responses. Case Western Reserve University, Ryan Kromholz & Manion S C, June 14, 2005: US06907293 (119 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods selectively stimulate components of the pudendal nerve away from the sacral root to evoke desired physiologic responses in persons who lack the ability to otherwise produce these responses—e.g., maintain continence and/or produce micturition, and/or provide male/female sexuality ...


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Warren M Grill, Kenneth J Gustafson, Graham H Creasey: Methods for selectively stimulating components in, on, or near the pudendal nerve or its branches to achieve selective physiologic responses. Case Western Reserve University, November 24, 2009: US07623925 (25 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods selectively stimulate components of the pudendal nerve away from the sacral root to evoke desired physiologic responses in persons who lack the ability to otherwise produce these responses—e.g., maintain continence and/or produce micturition, and/or provide male/female sexuality ...


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Graham H Creasey, Hoo Min Toong: Topical neurological stimulation. NEUROSTIM SOLUTIONS, Potomac Law Group PLLC, July 10, 2018: US10016600

A topical nerve stimulator patch and system are provided comprising a dermal patch; an electrical signal generator associated with the patch; a signal receiver to activate the electrical signal generator; a power source for the electrical signal generator associated with the patch; an electrical sig ...


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Warren M Grill, Kenneth J Gustafson, Graham H Creasey: Systems and methods for selectively stimulating components in, on, or near the pudendal nerve or its branches to achieve selectively physiological responses. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, September 20, 2016: US09446245

Systems and methods selectively stimulate components of the pudendal nerve away from the sacral root to evoke desired physiologic responses in persons who lack the ability to otherwise produce these responses—e.g., maintain continence and/or produce micturition, and/or provide male/female sexuality ...


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Graham H Creasey, Jim Patrick: Sphincteric control system. Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, February 14, 2008: US20080039679-A1

A sphincteric control system for controlling the function of a bodily organ, such as the bladder. The system comprises a first implanted sphincter (12) disposed about a portion of the bodily organ, a second implanted sphincter (13) disposed about a portion of the bodily organ, and a stimulator unit ...


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Warren M Grill, Kenneth J Gustafson, Graham H Creasey: Systems and methods for selectively stimulating components in, on, or near the pudendal nerve or its branches to achieve selective physiologic responses. Case Western Reserve University, Ryan Kromholz & Manion Sc, January 2, 2003: US20030004553-A1

Systems and methods selectively stimulate components of the pudendal nerve away from the sacral root to evoke desired physiologic responses in persons who lack the ability to otherwise produce these responses—e.g., maintain continence and/or produce micturition, and/or provide male/female sexuality ...


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Graham H Creasey, Jim Patrick: Sphincteric control system. Neopraxis, Jagtiani Guttag, September 1, 2005: US20050192635-A1

A sphincteric control system for controlling the function of a bodily organ, such as the bladder. The system comprises a first implanted sphincter (12) disposed about a portion of the bodily organ, a second implanted sphincter (13) disposed about a portion of the bodily organ, and a stimulator unit ...


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Warren M Grill, Kenneth J Gustafson, Graham H Creasey: Systems and methods for selectively stimulating components in, on, or near the pudendal nerve or its branches to achieve selective physiologic responses. Case Western Reserve University, Ryan Kromholz & Manion Sc, October 6, 2005: US20050222636-A1

Systems and methods selectively stimulate components of the pudendal nerve away from the sacral root to evoke desired physiologic responses in persons who lack the ability to otherwise produce these responses—e.g., maintain continence and/or produce micturition, and/or provide male/female sexuality ...