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Phong D Doan, Kevin L Morgan, John R Helland, Sheldon Williams, Kerwyn Schimke, Christopher R Jenney: Implantable coronary sinus lead and lead system. Pacesetter, November 22, 2005: US06968237 (107 worldwide citation)

An implantable stimulation lead is disclosed for placement in the coronary sinus region and its associated coronary vessels overlying the left side of a patient's heart. The lead comprises at least one proximal connector; at least one tissue stimulation electrode; at least one conductor coupled betw ...


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Mark W Kroll, Scott Salys, Timothy J Cox, Kerwyn Schimke: Implantable stimulation device with isolating system for minimizing magnetic induction. Pacesetter, January 16, 2007: US07164950 (79 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac stimulation device is equipped with an isolation system capable of attenuating or eliminating induction currents flowing through the stimulation device by eliminating induction loops. The isolation system comprises a magnetic insulator configured to shield selected components ...


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Kevin L Morgan, John R Helland, Sheldon Williams, Yougandh Chitre, Andrew W McGarvey, Christopher Fleck, Jnyan Patel, Scott Salys, Kerwyn Schimke: Myocardial lead and lead system. Pacesetter, May 6, 2008: US07369901 (76 worldwide citation)

An implantable myocardial stimulation lead comprises a lead body having a distal end and a proximal end, and an electrical connector carried by the proximal end of the lead body. An electrode header carried by the distal end of the lead body has an axis and includes a helical fixation element extend ...


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Phong D Doan, Kerwyn Schimke, Sergey Safarevich: Interconnection technique between a cable conductor and an electrode of an implantable medical device. Pacesetter, April 2, 2002: US06366820 (39 worldwide citation)

A method of joining an electrically-conductive elongate member, which may be a multi-strand cable, to an electrically-conductive electrode, possibly for an implantable medical device, requires that the free end of the electrically-conductive member be inserted axially into a longitudinally extending ...


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Yougandh Chitre, Kerwyn Schimke: Technique for fixating a lead. Pacesetter, September 14, 2004: US06792318 (26 worldwide citation)

An implantable cardiac stimulation lead system for use with an implantable stimulation device includes an elongated lead with a conductor extending between distal and proximal ends. A tubular insulating sheath overlies the conductor and has an outer peripheral surface of revolution defined by a radi ...


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Phong D Doan, Lisa Caffee, Kerwyn Schimke: Implantable electric lead and electrical coupling. Pacesetter, September 14, 2004: US06792317 (17 worldwide citation)

An electrical lead in which a transitional coil conductor near a proximal end of the lead is electrically connected to a wire conductor distal of the coil conductor. The transitional coil is connected to an electrical connector at the proximal end of the lead. The electrical connector may be a stand ...


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Mark W Kroll, Scott Salys, Timothy J Cox, Kerwyn Schimke: Implantable stimulation device with isolating system for minimizing magnetic induction. Pacesetter, May 6, 2004: US20040088012-A1

An implantable cardiac stimulation device is equipped with an isolation system capable of attenuating or eliminating induction currents flowing through the stimulation device by eliminating induction loops. The isolation system comprises a magnetic insulator configured to shield selected components ...


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Yougandh Chitre, Kerwyn Schimke: Technique for fixating a lead. Pacesetter, December 18, 2003: US20030233139-A1

An implantable cardiac stimulation lead system for use with an implantable stimulation device includes an elongated lead with a conductor extending between distal and proximal ends. A tubular insulating sheath overlies the conductor and has an outer peripheral surface of revolution defined by a radi ...


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Phong D Doan, Kevin L Morgan, John R Helland, Sheldon Williams, Kerwyn Schimke, Christopher R Jenney: Implantable coronary sinus lead and lead system. Pacesetter, November 27, 2003: US20030220677-A1

An implantable stimulation lead is disclosed for placement in the coronary sinus region and its associated coronary vessels overlying the left side of a patient's heart. The lead comprises at least one proximal connector; at least one tissue stimulation electrode; at least one conductor coupled betw ...