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Todd K Whitehurst, Kelly H McClure, James R Thacker, James P McGivern: Treatment of hypertension. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Henricks Slavin & Holmes, Laura Haburay Bishop, December 26, 2006: US07155284 (214 worldwide citation)

Treatment of hypertension includes implantation of the discharge portion(s) of a catheter and/or electrical stimulation electrode(s) adjacent the tissue(s) to be stimulated. Stimulation pulses, i.e., drug infusion pulses and/or electrical pulses, are supplied by one or more implanted stimulators, th ...


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Kelly H McClure: Activity monitor for pain management efficacy measurement. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Kenneth L Green, Philip H Lee, Bryant R Gold, December 9, 2003: US06659968 (185 worldwide citation)

An activity monitoring system measures the effectiveness of pain management using using data from motion or activity sensors attached to the patient's body to compute measures of exertion level of a patient. Increased levels of exertion are an indication of successful pain management. The patie ...


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Jordi Parramon, Goran N Marnfeldt, Kelly H McClure, Matthew I Haller: Microstimulator employing improved recharging reporting and telemetry techniques. Boston Scientific Neuromodulation Corporation, Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, October 14, 2008: US07437193 (184 worldwide citation)

An implantable microstimulator configured to be implanted beneath a patient's skin for tissue stimulation to prevent and/or treat various disorders, e.g., neurological disorders, uses a self-contained power source such as a primary battery, a rechargeable battery, or other energy sources. For the re ...


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Gene A Bornzin, Kelly H McClure, Gabriel Mouchawar, Sheldon B Moberg: System and method for providing hemodynamically optimal pacing therapy. Pacesetter, Lisa P Weinberg, August 27, 1996: US05549650 (177 worldwide citation)

A system and method for a pacemaker are provided, for using cardiac wall motion sensor signals to provide hemodynamically optimal pacing therapy to patient at rest, and for providing rate-responsive pacing therapy. The cardiac wall motion sensor signals are provided by an implantable lead that incor ...


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Todd K Whitehurst, James P McGivern, Kelly H McClure: Treatment of movement disorders by brain stimulation. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Laura Haburay Bishop, December 19, 2006: US07151961 (136 worldwide citation)

Introducing one or more stimulating drugs to the brain and/or applying electrical stimulation to the brain is used to treat movement disorders. At least one implantable system control unit (SCU) produces electrical pulses delivered via electrodes implanted in the brain and/or drug infusion pulses de ...


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Daniel J Klosterman, Kelly H McClure, Goran N Marnfeldt, Jordi Parramon, Matthew I Haller, Rudolph V Park: Telemetry system for use with microstimulator. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Bryant R Gold, Laura Haburay Bishop, Wong Cabello, February 13, 2007: US07177698 (113 worldwide citation)

An implantable microstimulator configured to be implanted beneath a patient's skin for tissue stimulation employs a bi-directional RF telemetry link for allowing data-containing signals to be sent to and from the implantable microstimulator from at least two external devices. Further, a separate ele ...


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Todd K Whitehurst, Kelly H McClure: Physiologically based adjustment of stimulation parameters to an implantable electronic stimulator to reduce data transmission rate. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Kenneth L Green, Bryant R Gold, February 18, 2003: US06522928 (96 worldwide citation)

A Functional Electro Stimulation (FES) system provides physiologically based adjustment of stimulation parameters to achieve a high update rate for nerve and muscle stimulation at a reduced data transmission rate. FES systems generate electrical signals to stimulate nerves and muscles to provide mov ...


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Kelly H McClure, Gene A Bornzin, Junyu Mai: System and method of automatically adjusting sensing parameters based on temporal measurement of cardiac events. Pacesetter, September 23, 2003: US06625490 (96 worldwide citation)

A system and method for automatically adjusting the sensing parameters in an implantable cardiac stimulation device is described. The adjustment is based on the amplitudes and the onsets and ends of cardiac events, such as R-waves, T-waves, far-field R-waves, and/or far-field T-waves. Having determi ...


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Kelly H McClure, Gene A Bornzin: Cardiac arrhythmia detection system for an implantable stimulation device and method. Pacesetter, February 17, 1998: US05718242 (86 worldwide citation)

A cardiac event and arrhythmia detection system and method detects arrhythmic cardiac activity or other information from an electrogram signal of a heart. The system senses the electrogram signal through an electrogram lead, preliminarily processes the signal, and converts it to a plurality of discr ...


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Gabriel Mouchawar, Kelly H McClure, Sheldon B Moberg: System and method for deriving hemodynamic signals from a cardiac wall motion sensor. Pacesetter, December 28, 1999: US06009349 (84 worldwide citation)

A processing system and method are provided for deriving an improved hemodynamic indicator from cardiac wall acceleration signals. The cardiac wall acceleration signals are provided by a cardiac wall motion sensor that responds to cardiac mechanical activity. The cardiac wall acceleration signals ar ...



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