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Avram Scheiner, Ronald W Heil Jr, Peter T Kelley, Bruce Tockman, Randy Westlund, Jay A Warren: Leads for pacing and/or sensing the heart from within the coronary veins. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, June 24, 2003: US06584362 (146 worldwide citation)

A lead for monitoring or stimulating cardiac activity is provided. The lead is adapted for implantation on or about the heart within the coronary vasculature and for connection to a signal generator. The lead body has one or more electrodes associated therewith. The lead is constructed and arranged ...


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Bruce H KenKnight, Jay A Warren, Stephen John Hahn: Method for reducing restenosis in the presence of an intravascular stent. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, September 6, 2005: US06939345 (139 worldwide citation)

A first electrode is positioned within an artery proximate an implanted intravascular stent. A second electrode is positioned at a separate location relative the position of the first electrode. Electrical energy is then delivered between the first and the second electrodes to produce an electrical ...


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Keith R Maile, Jay A Warren: Battery system for implantable medical device. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegan Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, May 29, 2001: US06238813 (130 worldwide citation)

A battery system and method of manufacture in which at least two batteries, having different chemistries, are integrated into a common housing. The battery system has a unitary housing having at least two chambers, in which each pair of adjacent chambers share a common wall. Each chamber contains on ...


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Bruce H KenKnight, Jay A Warren, Stephen John Hahn: Method and system for reducing arterial restenosis in the presence of an intravascular stent. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, November 13, 2001: US06317615 (113 worldwide citation)

A first electrode is positioned within an artery proximate an implanted intravascular stent. A second electrode is positioned at a separate location relative the position of the first electrode. Electrical energy is then delivered between the first and the second electrodes to produce an electrical ...


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Jay A Warren, Jay O Millerhagen, Julio C Spinelli: Variable rate pacemaker having upper rate limit governor based on hemodynamic performance. Cardiac Pacemakers, Haugen and Nikolai, October 20, 1992: US05156147 (113 worldwide citation)

A rate adaptive pacemaker of the type having a variable rate cardiac stimulating pulse generator and a sensor for monitoring some physiologic parameter whereby the pulse generator stimulating rate can be adjusted to meet physiologic demand is further provided with a hemodynamic sensor which is opera ...


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Avram Scheiner, William Hsu, David M Flynn, Qingsheng Zhu, John E Heil, Ronald W Heil Jr, Curtis C Lindstrom, Robert S Booker III, Yayun Lin, Peter T Kelley, Jay A Warren, Gerrard M Carlson, Carol Werlein, Aaron W Janke, Mary Lee Cole, Jeffrey T Bartig, Gary W Goebel, Douglas A Heitkamp, Randall M Peterfeso: Single pass lead system. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, April 3, 2001: US06212434 (108 worldwide citation)

A single-pass endocardial lead electrode adapted for implantation in, on or about the heart and for connection to a system for monitoring or stimulating cardiac activity includes a lead body which is adapted for implantation within a single chamber of the heart, or multiple chambers of the heart. Th ...


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Bruce H KenKnight, Jay A Warren, Stephen John Hahn: Method for reducing arterial restenosis in the presence of an intravascular stent. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, November 18, 2003: US06648881 (104 worldwide citation)

A first electrode is positioned within an artery proximate an implanted intravascular stent. A second electrode is positioned at a separate location relative the position of the first electrode. Electrical energy is then delivered between the first and the second electrodes to produce an electrical ...


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Surekha Palreddy, Jay A Warren, James William Phillips: Method and devices for performing cardiac waveform appraisal. Cameron Health, Crompton Seager & Tufte, July 24, 2007: US07248921 (95 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed toward a sensing architecture for use in cardiac rhythm management devices. The sensing architecture of the present invention provides a method and means for certifying detected events by the cardiac rhythm management device. Moreover, by exploiting the enhanced cap ...


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Alan H Ostroff, Jay A Warren, Gust H Bardy: Method for discriminating between ventricular and supraventricular arrhythmias. Cameron Health, Pramudji Wendt & Tran, Ari Pramudji, February 12, 2008: US07330757 (75 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed toward a detection architecture for use in implantable cardiac rhythm devices. The detection architecture of the present invention provides methods and devices for discriminating between arrhythmias. Moreover, by exploiting the enhanced specificity in the origin of ...


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Qingsheng Zhu, Julio C Spinelli, Bruce H KenKnight, Jay A Warren: Method and apparatus for determining changes in heart failure status. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, December 27, 2005: US06980851 (73 worldwide citation)

A method for operating a cardiac rhythm management device in which a clinical state vector is computed as a combination of a plurality of parameters related to a patient's heart failure status and compared to a previously computed clinical state vector to determine a clinical trajectory indicative o ...