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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, October 9, 2012: US08285356 (109 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Imad Libbus, Qingsheng Zhu, Scott Vanderlinde, Andrew P Kramer, Ankur Garg, Kristofer J James: System to provide myocardial and neural stimulation. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, February 9, 2010: US07660628 (79 worldwide citation)

Various aspects provide an implantable device. In various embodiments, the device comprises at least one port, where each port is adapted to connect a lead with an electrode to the device. The device further includes a stimulation platform, including a sensing circuit connected to the at least one p ...


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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, February 14, 2012: US08116841 (68 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Imad Libbus, Mark J Bly, Kristofer J James, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Multi-sensor patient monitor to detect impending cardiac decompensation. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, July 29, 2014: US08790257 (53 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods of detecting an impending cardiac decompensation of a patient measure at least two of an electrocardiogram signal of the patient, a hydration signal of the patient, a respiration signal of the patient or an activity signal of the patient. The at least two of the electrocardiogram ...


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Mark J Bly, Badri Amurthur, Kristofer J James, Imad Libbus, Yatheendhar D Manicka, Scott T Mazar, Jerry S Wang: Adherent device with multiple physiological sensors. Corventis, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, August 26, 2014: US08818481 (43 worldwide citation)

An adherent device to monitor a patient for an extended period comprises a breathable tape. The breathable tape comprises a porous material with an adhesive coating to adhere the breathable tape to a skin of the patient. At least one electrode is affixed to the breathable tape and capable of electri ...


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Paul A Haefner, Kristofer J James, Kent Lee, Imad Libbus, Anthony V Caparso, Jonathan Kwok, Yachuan Pu: Method and apparatus for neural stimulation with respiratory feedback. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, February 21, 2012: US08121692 (20 worldwide citation)

A neural stimulation system controls the delivery of neural stimulation using a respiratory signal as a therapy feedback input. The respiratory signal is used to increase the effectiveness of the neural stimulation, such as vagal nerve stimulation, while decreasing potentially adverse side effects i ...


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David B Krig, Kenneth Tobacman, Scot Boon, Kristofer J James, Rajesh Krishan Gandhi: System and method for monitoring or reporting battery status of implantable medical device. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, March 20, 2007: US07194308 (16 worldwide citation)

A system and method monitors or reports the battery status of an implantable medical device to a user. The battery terminal voltage and charge delivered are measured. Before the battery terminal voltage falls below an Elective Replacement Indicator (ERI) threshold voltage, a charge-delivered indicat ...


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Randy W Westlund, Kristofer J James, Mark Gelfand: Muscle and nerve stimulation. Respicardia, Frank P Piskolich, April 30, 2013: US08433412 (14 worldwide citation)

A lead system for an implantable medical device and applications for the lead system. Also includes therapeutic systems, devices, and processes for detecting and treating disordered breathing and treating cardiac and breathing issues together with an implantable device.


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Mark Gelfand, Kristofer J James, Randy W Westlund, Antonis Panteleon, Todd P Goblish, Mark C Lynn: Respiratory rectification. Respicardia, Frank Piskolich, July 31, 2012: US08233987 (12 worldwide citation)

A means for treating breathing disorders by stimulating respiratory muscles or nerves to entrain respiratory systems while leaving respiratory drive intact. Embodiments of the invention employ frequency analysis to determine if appropriate stimulation energy is being applied.


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Kent Lee, Imad Libbus, Anthony V Caparso, Jonathan Kwok, Yachuan Pu, Paul A Haefner, Kristofer J James: Method and apparatus for controlling neural stimulation during disordered breathing. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, July 9, 2013: US08483834 (12 worldwide citation)

A neural stimulation system controls the delivery of neural stimulation using a respiratory signal as a therapy feedback input. The respiratory signal is used to increase the effectiveness of the neural stimulation, such as vagal nerve stimulation, while decreasing potentially adverse side effects i ...