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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Implantable substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Lee Jay Mandell, July 10, 2001: US06259937 (640 worldwide citation)

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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Michael S Colvin, Joseph H Schulman, Lyle Dean Canfield, Rajiv Shah: Implantable enzyme-based monitoring systems adapted for long term use. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Abraham N Seidman, June 27, 2000: US06081736 (613 worldwide citation)

Improved implantable monitoring systems suitable for long-term in vivo use to measure the concentration of one or more prescribed substances, such as glucose are described herein. In particular, an implantable enzyme-based glucose monitoring system is described that includes at least one of the foll ...


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Michael S Colvin, Joseph H Schulman, Lyle Dean Canfield, Rajiv Shah: Implantable enzyme-based monitoring systems adapted for long term use. Medtronic Minimed, Foley & Lardner, January 28, 2003: US06512939 (435 worldwide citation)

Improved implantable monitoring systems suitable for long-term in vivo use to measure the concentration of one or more prescribed substances, such as glucose, are described herein. In particular, an implantable enzyme-based glucose monitoring system is described that includes at least one of the fol ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Lyle Dean Canfield: Hermetically sealed electrical feedthrough for use with implantable electronic devices. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 12, 1998: US05750926 (425 worldwide citation)

A thin hermetically sealed electrical feedthrough suitable for implantation within living tissue permits electrical connection between electronic circuits sealed within an hermetically sealed case and electrical terminals or contacts on the outside of the case. The hermetically sealed case is made b ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Foley & Lardner, December 24, 2002: US06498043 (362 worldwide citation)

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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John C Gord, Lyle Dean Canfield: Low power rectifier circuit for implantable medical device. Alfred E Mann Foundation, Abraham N Seidman, Bryant R Gold, December 7, 1999: US05999849 (320 worldwide citation)

A low power switched rectifier circuit is realized using P-MOS and N-MOS FET switches that are turned ON/OFF at just the right time by a detector and inverter circuit (which form an integral part of the rectifier circuit) to rectify an incoming ac signal in a highly efficient manner. Parasitic diode ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Foley & Lardner, July 18, 2006: US07079881 (16 worldwide citation)

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Implantable substrate sensor with back-to-back electrodes. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Foley & Lardner, June 30, 2009: US07555328 (12 worldwide citation)

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Foley & Lardner, April 24, 2003: US20030078484-A1

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Charles L Byers, John C Gord, Rajiv Shah, Lyle Dean Canfield: Substrate sensor. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Foley & Lardner, October 12, 2006: US20060229694-A1

An implantable substrate sensor has electronic circuitry and electrodes formed on opposite sides of a substrate. A protective coating covers the substrate, effectively hermetically sealing the electronic circuitry under the coating. Exposed areas of the electrodes are selectively left uncovered by t ...



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