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Kevin L Kilgore, Warren M Grill, Cameron C McIntyre, John Thomas Mortimer: Systems and methods for reversibly blocking nerve activity. Case Western Reserve University, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, June 17, 2008: US07389145 (117 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for blocking nerve impulses use an implanted electrode located on or around a nerve. A specific waveform is used that causes the nerve membrane to become incapable of transmitting an action potential. The membrane is only affected underneath the electrode, and the effect is immed ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Paul Hunter Peckham, Timothy J Crish, Brian Smith: Implantable networked neural system. Case Western Reserve University, Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, August 21, 2007: US07260436 (97 worldwide citation)

A neural prosthesis includes a centralized device that can provide power, data, and clock signals to one or more individual neural prosthesis subsystems. Each subsystem may include a number of individually addressable, programmable modules that can be dynamically allocated or shared among neural pro ...


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Niloy Bhadra, Kevin L Kilgore, Narendra Bhadra, Jesse Wainright, Tina Vrabec, Manfred Franke: Therapy delivery devices and methods for non-damaging neural tissue conduction block. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, July 12, 2016: US09387322 (7 worldwide citation)

Devices and methods for blocking signal transmission through neural tissue. One step of a method includes placing a therapy delivery device into electrical communication with the neural tissue. The therapy delivery device includes an electrode contact having a high charge capacity material. A multi- ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Niloy Bhadra: Onset-mitigating high-frequency nerve block. Boston Scientific Corporation, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, March 17, 2015: US08983614 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of blocking signal transmission through a nerve with reduced onset activity includes applying an HFAC to an axon of a nerve to block the transmission of signals through the axon. The method may also include applying a direct current (DC) to the axon, increasing the amplitude of the DC over ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Paul Hunter Peckham, Timothy J Crish, Brian Smith: Neural prosthesis. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, September 10, 2013: US08532786

A neural prosthesis includes a centralized device that can provide power, data, and clock signals to one or more individual neural prosthesis subsystems. Each subsystem may include a number of individually addressable, programmable modules that can be dynamically allocated or shared among neural pro ...


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Niloy Bhadra, Narendra Bhadra, Kevin L Kilgore, Scott Lempka, Jesse Wainright, Tina Vrabec, Manfred Franke: Methods of treatment of a neurological disorder using electrical nerve conduction block. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, July 4, 2017: US09694181

Described herein are methods of treating various neurological disorders using electrical nerve conduction block (ENCB) without causing electrochemical damage. Examples of the various neurological disorders can include pain, muscle spasticity, hyperhidrosis, vertigo, sialorrhea, or the like. The meth ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Niloy Bhadra: Onset-mitigating high-frequency nerve block. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, February 6, 2018: US09884192

A method of blocking signal transmission through a nerve with reduced onset activity includes applying an HFAC to an axon of a nerve to block the transmission of signals through the axon. The method may also include applying a direct current (DC) to the axon, increasing the amplitude of the DC over ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Warren M Grill, Cameron C McIntyre, John T Mortimer: Systems and methods for reversibly blocking nerve activity. BOSTON SCIENTIFIC CORPORATION, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, October 6, 2015: USRE045718

Systems and methods for blocking nerve impulses use an implanted electrode located on or around a nerve. A specific waveform is used that causes the nerve membrane to become incapable of transmitting an action potential. The membrane is only affected underneath the electrode, and the effect is immed ...


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Kevin L Kilgore, Niloy Bhadra: Onset-mitigating high-frequency nerve block. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, August 2, 2016: US09403014

A method of blocking signal transmission through a nerve with reduced onset activity includes applying an HFAC to an axon of a nerve to block the transmission of signals through the axon. The method may also include applying a direct current (DC) to the axon, increasing the amplitude of the DC over ...


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Niloy Bhadra, Kevin L Kilgore, Narendra Bhadra, Jesse Wainright, Tina Vrabec, Manfred Franke: Therapy delivery devices and methods for non-damaging neural tissue conduction block. Case Western Reserve University, Tarolli Sundheim Covell & Tummino, February 13, 2018: US09889291

Devices and methods for blocking signal transmission through neural tissue. One step of a method includes placing a therapy delivery device into electrical communication with the neural tissue. The therapy delivery device includes an electrode contact having a high charge capacity material. A multi- ...



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