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Hooman Hafezi, Gregory Moon, Kityee Au Yeung, Robert Duck, Maria Casillas Holen: Pharmaceutical dosages delivery system. Proteus Digital Health, Bozicevic Field & Francis, Bret E Field, December 3, 2013: US08597186 (39 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical delivery systems for delivering dosages according to the present invention include a carrier component and a cap configured to seal an internal volume of the carrier component, wherein the cap includes a device that produces a unique current signature. Dosages prepared to be delivered ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Benedict Costello, Timothy Robertson, Maria Casillas Holen: In-body device with virtual dipole signal amplification. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, September 6, 2016: US09433371 (5 worldwide citation)

Virtual dipole signal amplification for in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, is provided. Aspects of the in-body deployable antennas of the invention include antennas configured to go from a first configuration to a second configuration following placement in a living body, e ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Benedict James Costello, Timothy L Robertson, Maria Casillas Holen: In-body device with virtual dipole signal amplification. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, February 24, 2015: US08961412 (3 worldwide citation)

Virtual dipole signal amplification for in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, is provided. Aspects of the in-body deployable antennas of the invention include antennas configured to go from a first configuration to a second configuration following placement in a living body, e ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Kityee Au Yeung, Robert Duck, Maria Casillas Holen, Timothy Robertson, Benedict James Costello: Highly reliable ingestible event markers and methods for using the same. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, April 26, 2016: US09320455 (3 worldwide citation)

Ingestible event markers having high reliability are provided. Aspects of the ingestible event markers include a support, a control circuit, a first electrochemical material, a second electrochemical material and a membrane. In addition, the ingestible event markers may include one or more component ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Gregory Moon, Kityee Au Yeung, Robert Duck, Maria Casillas Holen: Pharmaceutical dosages delivery system. Proteus Digital Health, K&L Gates, February 10, 2015: US08951234 (2 worldwide citation)

Pharmaceutical delivery systems for delivering dosages according to the present invention include a carrier component and a cap configured to seal an internal volume of the carrier component, wherein the cap includes a device that produces a unique current signature. Dosages prepared to be delivered ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Benedict James Costello, Timothy L Robertson, Maria Casillas Holen: In-body device with virtual dipole signal amplification. Proteus Biomedical, Proteus Biomedical, Bozicevic Field & Francis, March 26, 2009: US20090082645-A1

Virtual dipole signal amplification for in-body devices, such as implantable and ingestible devices, is provided. Aspects of the in-body deployable antennas of the invention include antennas configured to go from a first configuration to a second configuration following placement in a living body, e ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Mark Zdeblick, Kityee Au Yeung, Gregory Moon, Robert Duck, Maria Casillas Holen, Timothy Robertson, Eric Snyder, Mauro Folena, Benedict J Costello, Pratish Rao: High-throughput production of ingestible event markers. January 19, 2012: US20120011699-A1

High-throughput ingestible event marker manufacturing systems are provided. The systems include an assembly unit configured to stably associate an ingestible event marker with a carrier to produce a product. Also provided are manufacturing methods to produce such products which include assembling an ...


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Hooman Hafezi, Gregory Moon, Kityee Au Yeung, Robert Duck, Maria Casillas Holen: Pharmaceutical Dosages Delivery System. December 15, 2011: US20110306852-A1

Pharmaceutical delivery systems for delivering dosages according to the present invention include a carrier component and a cap configured to seal an internal volume of the carrier component, wherein the cap includes a device that produces a unique current signature. Dosages prepared to be delivered ...