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Greatbatch Wilson: Multimode cardiac paces with p-wave and r-wave sensing means. Medtronic, March 14, 1972: US3648707 (74 worldwide citation)

A cardiac pacer including a pulse generator having an R-C circuit for controlling the generation of stimulating pulses. An electrode surgically placed on or in the ventricle of the heart is coupled to the output of the pulse generator. A reference or indifferent electrode is subcutaneously implanted ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Interrogated telemetry alarm system for physiological monitoring. Mennen Greatbatch Electronic, February 1, 1972: US3639907 (40 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for monitoring from a single station a physiological condition of each of a plurality of remotely located patients. A radio transmitter at the station generates sequentially a plurality of tone signals, one for each patient and each of a different frequency, on a common carrier. A radio re ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Device for converting nuclear energy into electrical energy. Wilson Greatbatch, Christel & Bean, September 17, 1974: US3836798 (36 worldwide citation)

A device for converting nuclear energy into electrical energy comprising a radioactive nuclide, preferably a core of lithium enveloped by a coating of lithium hydride, an energy converting material enveloping the nuclide, and a pair of terminals connected in the converting material. The converting m ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Lithium-iodine battery. Wilson Greatback, Christel & Bean, April 1, 1975: US3874929 (36 worldwide citation)

A lithium-iodine cell comprising a casing of electrically conducting material, an anode including a lithium element within the casing, an electrical conductor operatively connected to the lithium member and extending out from the casing, and a cathode comprising iodine-containing material in contact ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Controlled voltage multiplier providing pulse output. Wilson Greatbatch, Christel & Bean, April 15, 1975: US3878450 (32 worldwide citation)

A voltage multiplier comprising a pair of input terminals adapted for connection to a source of voltage to be multiplied and a plurality of circuit branches connected in parallel with the terminals, each of the branches including a capacitor and resistance means for developing a voltage on the branc ...


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Greatbatch Wilson, Sanford John C: Method and compositions for conferring resistance to retroviral infection.. Greatbatch Gen Aid, September 13, 1989: EP0331939-A2 (31 worldwide citation)

In accordance with the present invention, a method of conferring resistance to retroviral infection upon a host cell is disclosed. The method involves transforming the host cell with a vector comprising a polynucleotide directing transcription within the host cell of RNA which (a) is complementary o ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Self checking cardiac pacemaker. Medtronic, November 9, 1971: US3618615 (31 worldwide citation)

A cardiac pacer including a pair of output terminals, at least one of which is adapted to be placed in operative contact with a patient's heart, coupled to a pulse generator which includes an RC timing circuit connected to a power supply. A signal responsive circuit coupled to one of the output term ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Rate controller and checker for a cardiac pacer pulse generator means. Medtronic, Sivertson Wayne A, Rappaport Irving S, August 20, 1974: US3830242 (27 worldwide citation)

A remotely-operated control for an electrical pulse generating means, such as a cardiac pacer including timing means controlling the generation of pulses and signal responsive means for resetting the timing means in response to a ventricular electrical signal. A remote, portable transmitter selectiv ...


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Greatbatch Wilson: Rate controller and checker for pulse generator means. Medtronic, February 27, 1973: US3718909 (25 worldwide citation)

A remotely-operated control for and electrical pulse generating means, such as a cardiac pacer including timing means controlling the generation of pulses and signal responsive means for resetting the timing means in response to a ventricular electrical signal. A remote, portable transmitter selecti ...


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Connelly Patrick R, Weiner Michael L, Macdonald Stuart G, Helfer Jeffrey L, Foster Thomas H, Greatbatch Wilson, Miller Victor, Shellock Frank G: An electromagnetic interference immune tissue invasive system. Biophan Technologies, January 2, 2004: EP1372782-A2 (15 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic immune tissue invasive system includes a primary device housing (1100 of Figure 30). The primary device housing having a control circuit therein (1110 of Figure 30). A shielding (1160 of Figure 30) is formed around the primary device housing (1100 of Figure 30) to shield the prima ...