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Francisco J Barreras Sr, Roberto Echarri, Guillermo Echarri: Implantable, modular tissue stimulator. Medtronic, Thomas R Vigil, August 24, 1999: US05941906 (413 worldwide citation)

The implantable, electrically operated tissue stimulator system comprises a master controller module having a micro-controller, a telemetry circuit, a power module, non-volatile memory, a real time clock and a bi-directional bus, and a plurality of Input/Output modules (I/O modules) which are connec ...


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Vincent Cutolo, Oscar Jimenez, Roberto Echarri, Guillermo Echarri, Francisco Jose Barreras Sr: Self contained transportable power source maintenance and charge. Exonix Corporation, Thomas R Vigil, January 30, 2001: US06181105 (261 worldwide citation)

The power source maintenance and charge system comprises: charge maintenance circuitry for maintaining a desired charge on or for charging, a special power source of a packaged device; control circuity for actuating and de-actuating the charge maintenance circuitry; and coupling circuitry for coupli ...


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Oscar Jimenez, Guillermo Echarri, John E Kast, James E Riekels, Mark E Schommer: Implantable medical device with a recharging coil magnetic shield. Medtronic, IPLM Group P A, February 1, 2005: US06850803 (76 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable implantable medical device with a magnetic shield placed on the distal side of a secondary recharging coil to improve recharging efficiency is disclosed. The rechargeable implantable medical device can be a wide variety of medical devices such as neuro stimulators, drug delivery pumps ...


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Francisco Jose Barreras Sr, Guillermo Echarri, Roberto Echarri: Power supply having means for extending the operating time of an implantable medical device. Exonix Corporation, Thomas R Vigil, September 7, 1999: US05949632 (64 worldwide citation)

A power supply comprising: a power source including a capacitive, nuclear or an electrochemical device for storing electrical energy; sensing circuitry for sensing when the voltage on power source is above or below a certain level; a DC-DC converter coupled to the power source switching circuitry co ...


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Guillermo Echarri, Roberto Echarri, Francisco Jose Barreras Sr, Oscar Jimenez: Implantable power management system. Exonix Corporation, Thomas Vigil, December 26, 2000: US06166518 (47 worldwide citation)

The method and system for managing power supplied from a charging circuit to a power source in an implantable medical device comprises the steps of and circuitry for: measuring the current drain of the medical device; measuring the elapsed time since the last full charge of a power source of the dev ...


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Guillermo Echarri, Roberto Echarri, Francisco Jose Barreras Sr, Oscar Jimenez: System for managing power to an implanted device based on operating time, current drain and battery capacity. Exonix Corporation, Thomas R Vigil, Welsh & Katz, December 16, 2003: US06664763 (46 worldwide citation)

The method and system manage power supplied from a charging circuit to a power source in an implantable medical device utilizing measurements of current drain; measurements of elapsed time since the last full charge; calculations of operating time based on the variable of current drain and the varia ...


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Guillermo Echarri, Roberto Echarri, Francisco Jose Barreras Sr, Oscar Jimenez: Implantable power management system. Exonix Corporation, Thomas R Vigil, August 21, 2001: US06278258 (39 worldwide citation)

The method and system for managing power supplied from a charging circuit to a power source in an implantable medical device comprises the steps of and circuitry for: measuring the current drain of the medical device; measuring the elapsed time since the last full charge of a power source of the dev ...


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Oscar Jimenez, Guillermo Echarri, John E Kast, James E Riekels, Mark E Schommer: Implantable medical device and electrical stimulation device with magnetic shield. Medtronic, IPLM Group P A, May 17, 2011: US07945334 (23 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable implantable medical device with a magnetic shield placed on the distal side of a secondary recharging coil to improve charging efficiency is disclosed. The rechargeable implantable medical device can be a wide variety of medical devices such as neuro stimulators, drug delivery pumps, ...


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Oscar Jimenez, Francisco Jose Barreras Sr, Roberto Echarri, Guillermo Echarri: Radio-controlled toy blimp with infrared beam weapons for staging a gun battle. Plexus, Thomas R Vigil, Welsh & Katz, August 26, 2003: US06609945 (20 worldwide citation)

The remote-controlled air, land or water borne toy vehicle comprises: a body; a printed circuit board mounted in or to the body; a receiver connected to the printed circuit board for receiving commands; hardware on the printed circuit board including control circuitry for manipulating the toy vehicl ...


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Oscar Jimenez, Guillermo Echarri, John E Kast, James E Riekels, Mark E Schommer: Method of charging an implantable medical device. Medtronic, IPLM Group P A, May 1, 2012: US08170681 (18 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable implantable medical device with a magnetic shield placed on the distal side of a secondary recharging coil to improve charging efficiency is disclosed. The rechargeable implantable medical device can be a wide variety of medical devices such as neuro stimulators, drug delivery pumps, ...