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Timothy Robertson, Fataneh Omidvar, Yashar Behzadi, Lawrence Arne, Kenneth Rowberry, James Hutchison, Robert Leichner, George Savage, Andrew Thompson, Mark Zdeblick, Marc Kreidler, Hooman Hafezi, Robert Duck: Body-associated receiver and method. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, February 14, 2012: US08114021 (49 worldwide citation)

Receivers, which may be external or implantable, are provided. Aspects of receivers of the invention include the presence of one or more of: a high power-low power module; an intermediary module; a power supply module configured to activate and deactivate one or more power supplies to a high power p ...


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Lawrence Arne, Todd Thompson, Timothy Robertson, Robert Azevedo: Re-wearable wireless device. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, September 13, 2016: US09439566 (31 worldwide citation)

A re-wearable wireless device includes a reusable component to be secured to a disposable component. The reusable component includes a sensor interface to receive signals from an electrode secured to a living subject and monitors physiological and physical parameters associated with the living subje ...


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Haifeng Li, Mark Zdeblick, Lawrence Arne, Yafei Bi, Nilay Jani, Jonathan Withrington: Self-referencing communication in implantable devices. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, May 29, 2012: US08187161 (27 worldwide citation)

Various aspects of the present invention enable robust, reliable control functionality for effectors present on intraluminal, e.g., vascular leads, as well as other types of implantable devices. Aspects of the invention include implantable integrated circuits that have self-referencing and self-cloc ...


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Mark Zdeblick, Lawrence Arne, Nilay Jani, Haifeng Li: Pressure sensor circuits. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, July 15, 2008: US07398688 (17 worldwide citation)

Implantable pressure sensors and methods for making and using the same are provided. A feature of embodiments of the subject pressure sensors is that they are low-drift sensors. The subject sensors find use in a variety of applications.


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Haifeng Li, Mark Zdeblick, Lawrence Arne, Yafei Bi, Nilay Jani, Jonathan Withrington: Self-referencing communication in implantable devices. Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, November 8, 2011: US08055345 (14 worldwide citation)

Various aspects of the present invention enable robust, reliable control functionality for effectors present on intraluminal, e.g., vascular leads, as well as other types of implantable devices. Aspects of the invention include implantable integrated circuits that have self-referencing and self-cloc ...


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Mark Zdeblick, James Hutchison, Lawrence Arne: Data gathering system. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, April 21, 2015: US09014779 (10 worldwide citation)

A device for gathering data has first and second electrodes. The first electrode is coupled to a surface of interest, and the second electrode is coupled to “everything else” or “the air”. The first electrode is shielded from the second, and from most sources of parasitic capacitance, by a shield th ...


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Mark Zdeblick, Lawrence Arne, Nilay Jani, Haifeng Li: Pressure sensor circuits. Proteus Biomedical, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, July 27, 2010: US07762138 (10 worldwide citation)

Implantable pressure sensors and methods for making and using the same are provided. A feature of embodiments of the subject pressure sensors is that they are low-drift sensors. The subject sensors find use in a variety of applications.


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Timothy L Robertson, Fataneh Omidvar, Yashar Behzadi, Lawrence Arne, Kenneth Rowberry, James Hutchison, Robert Leichner, George Savage, Andrew Thompson, Mark Zdeblick, Marc Kreidler, Hooman Hafezi, Robert Duck: Body-associated receiver and method. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, October 6, 2015: US09149577 (9 worldwide citation)

Receivers, which may be external or implantable, are provided. Aspects of receivers of the invention include the presence of one or more of: a high power-low power module; an intermediary module; a power supply module configured to activate and deactivate one or more power supplies to a high power p ...


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Lawrence Arne, KitYee Au Yeung, Kenneth C Crandall, Timothy Robertson: Active signal processing personal health signal receivers. Proteus Digital Health, Bret E Field, Bozicevic Field & Francis, May 6, 2014: US08718193 (7 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a receiver associated with a body, e.g., located inside or within close proximity to a body, configured to receive and decode a signal from an in vivo transmitter which located inside the body. Signal receivers of the invention provide for accurate signal decoding of a low-lev ...


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Timothy Robertson, Fataneh Omidvar, Yashar Behzadi, Lawrence Arne, Kenneth Rowberry, James Hutchison, Robert Leichner, George Savage, Andrew Thompson, Mark Zdeblick, Marc Kreidler, Hooman Hafezi, Robert Duck: Body-associated receiver and method. Proteus Digital Health, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, October 1, 2013: US08545436 (6 worldwide citation)

Receivers, which may be external or implantable, are provided. Aspects of receivers of the invention include the presence of one or more of: a high power-low power module; an intermediary module; a power supply module configured to activate and deactivate one or more power supplies to a high power p ...