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Jesse W Hartley, Marc H Cohen, Nicholas J Stessman, Scott A Reedstrom, Steven D Check, James P Nelson: Rate adaptive cardiac rhythm management device using transthoracic impedance. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner and Kluth, June 13, 2000: US06076015 (368 worldwide citation)

A cardiac rhythm management (CRM) device detects transthoracic impedance, extracts ventilation or other information, and adjusts a delivery rate of the CRM therapy accordingly. A four-phase sequence of alternating direction current pulse stimuli is periodically delivered to a patient's thorax. A tra ...


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Jesse W Hartley, Marc H Cohen, Nicholas J Stessman, Scott A Reedstrom, Steven D Check, James P Nelson: Rate adaptive cardiac rhythm management device using transthoracic impedance. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, December 12, 2000: US06161042 (198 worldwide citation)

A cardiac rhythm management (CRM) device detects transthoracic impedance, extracts ventilation or other information, and adjusts a delivery rate of the CRM therapy accordingly. A four-phase sequence of alternating direction current pulse stimuli is periodically delivered to a patient's thorax. A tra ...


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Jesse W Hartley, Marc H Cohen, Nicholas J Stessman, Scott A Reedstrom, Steven D Check, James P Nelson: Rate adaptive cardiac rhythm management device using transthoracic impedance. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth P A, October 8, 2002: US06463326 (94 worldwide citation)

A cardiac rhythm management (CRM) device detects transthoracic impedance, extracts ventilation or other information, and adjusts a delivery rate of the CRM therapy accordingly. A four-phase sequence of alternating direction current pulse stimuli is periodically delivered to a patient's thorax. ...


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Marc H Cohen: Harvesting ambient radio frequency electromagnetic energy for powering wireless electronic devices, sensors and sensor networks and applications thereof. MHCMOS, Mohammad S Rahman Esq, Gibb & Rahman, July 15, 2008: US07400253 (71 worldwide citation)

A system and device for harvesting various frequencies and polarizations of ambient radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic (EM) energy for making a passive sensor (tag) into an autonomous passive sensor (tag) adapted to collect and store data with time-stamping and some primitive computation when nece ...


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Jesse W Hartley, Marc H Cohen, Nicholas J Stessman, Scott A Reedstrom, Steven D Check, James P Nelson: Rate adaptive cardiac rhythm management device using transthoracic impedance. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth Pa, June 5, 2003: US20030105499-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A cardiac rhythm management (CRM) device detects transthoracic impedance, extracts ventilation or other information, and adjusts a delivery rate of the CRM therapy accordingly. A four-phase sequence of alternating direction current pulse stimuli is periodically delivered to a patient's thorax. A tra ...


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Marc H Cohen, Kenneth A Gabriel, Lawrence J Loomis: Multiplexed lateral flow assay arrays. Prognosys, May 6, 2014: US08715590

A diagnostic test device comprising at least one membrane disposed in any of one, two, and three dimensions; at least one test sample fluid input port that receives and transfers at least one test sample fluid and onto the at least one membrane; at least one contiguous fluid flow manifold within the ...


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Marc H Cohen: Harvesting ambient radio frequency electromagnetic energy for powering wireless electronic devices, sensors and sensor networks and applications thereof. Gibb & Rahman, May 17, 2007: US20070109121-A1

A system and device for harvesting various frequencies and polarizations of ambient radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic (EM) energy for making a passive sensor (tag) into an autonomous passive sensor (tag) adapted to collect and store data with time-stamping and some primitive computation when nece ...


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Marc H Cohen, Kenneth A Gabriel, Lawrence J Loomis: Multiplexed Lateral Flow Assay Arrays. Prognosys, Rahman, February 18, 2010: US20100041571-A1

A diagnostic test device comprising at least one membrane disposed in any of one, two, and three dimensions; at least one test sample fluid input port that receives and transfers at least one test sample fluid and onto the at least one membrane; at least one contiguous fluid flow manifold within the ...


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Marc H Cohen, Kenneth A Gabriel: Sensor-embedded barcodes. Rahman, January 22, 2009: US20090020609-A1

A barcode includes sensors or actuators in selected modules whereby its code changes to indicate exposure to, or change in, one or more properties of interest. Prior to exposure, the barcode displays a first code. After exposure, the barcode displays a different code. The displayed code conveys qual ...



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