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Israel Nissenkorn: Catheter and method of using same. Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, November 27, 1990: US04973301 (166 worldwide citation)

A self-retaining intraurethral catheter (IUC) for indwelling implantation made of semi-rigid plastic material comprising a central tubular portion and integrally formed therewith proximal and distal crowns having larger diameters than the tubular portion, said crowns having apertures communicating w ...


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Yossi Gross, Ehud Cohen, Israel Nissenkorn, David Lifschitz: Biocontrol Medical, Wolf Greenfield and Sacks P C, May 24, 2005: US06896651 (157 worldwide citation)

A device and method for treatment of urinary stress incontinence. At least one electrode is implanted in a pelvic muscle of a patient. A control unit receives signals indicative of abdominal stress in the patient and responsive thereto applies an electrical waveform to the electrode which stimulates ...


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Yossi Gross, Ehud Cohen, Israel Nissenkorn, David Lifschitz: Bio Control Medical, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, March 12, 2002: US06354991 (144 worldwide citation)

A device and method for treatment of urinary stress incontinence. At least one electrode is implanted in a pelvic muscle of a patient. A control unit receives signals indicative of abdominal stress in the patient and responsive thereto applies an electrical waveform to the electrode which stimulates ...


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Ehud Cohen, Yossi Gross, Israel Nissenkorn: Pelvic disorder treatment device. Biocontrol Medical, Ladas & Parry, March 1, 2005: US06862480 (126 worldwide citation)

A device for treating a medical condition is provided, and a surgical procedure for implanting the device is disclosed. The device includes a sensor, which is adapted to generate a signal responsive to a state of a patient, and at least one electrode, which is adapted to be coupled to a pelvic site ...


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Yossi Gross, Ehud Cohen, Israel Nissenkorn, David Lifschitz: AMS Research Corporation, Jose W Jimenez, Kimberly K Baxter, Gregory L Koeller, June 17, 2008: US07387603 (94 worldwide citation)

A device and method for treatment of urinary stress incontinence. At least one electrode is implanted in a pelvic muscle of a patient. A control unit receives signals indicative of abdominal stress in the patient and responsive thereto applies an electrical waveform to the electrode which stimulates ...


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Yossi Gross, Ehud Cohen, Israel Nissenkorn, David Lifschitz: AMS Research Corporation, Jose W Jimenez, Kimberly K Baxter, September 1, 2009: US07582053 (83 worldwide citation)

A device (20) for treatment of a patient's urinary incontinence, including a sensor, (44), which generates a signal responsive to a physiological characteristic indicative of a likelihood of incontinence. A control unit (22) receives the signal from the sensor. At least one electrode (29) is prefera ...


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Yossi Gross, Ehud Cohen, Israel Nissenkorn, David Lifschitz: Pelvic disorder treatment. AMS Research Corporation, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, December 27, 2011: US08083663 (69 worldwide citation)

In a method of treating urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, constipation and/or pathological retention of urine, at least one electrode of a lead is implanted in contact with a pelvic muscle of the patient. A proximal end of the lead is connected to a hermetically sealed implantable stimulator ...


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Ehud Cohen, Yossi Gross, Israel Nissenkorn: Pelvic disorder treatment device. AMS Research Corporation, Jose W Jimenez, Kimberly K Baxter, Gregory L Koeller, November 3, 2009: US07613516 (69 worldwide citation)

A device (20) for treating a medical condition is provided, and a surgical procedure for implanting the device is disclosed. The device (20) includes a sensor (44), which is adapted to generate a signal responsive to a state of a patient, and at least one electrode (27), which is adapted to be coupl ...


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Yossi Gross, Ehud Cohen, Israel Nissenkorn, David Lifschitz: AMS Research Corporation, Gregory L Koeller, Kimberly K Baxter, December 25, 2012: US08340786 (28 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for treatment of fecal incontinence comprises at least one electrode placed in contact with a pelvic muscle of a patient and a control unit that is coupled to the electrode. The at least one electrode comprises a flexible intra-muscular electrode that conducts electromyographic (EMG) si ...