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Gary W King, Mark T Rise, Michael J Schendel, Richard Schallhorn: Apparatus and method for expanding a stimulation lead body in situ. Medtronic, Banner & Witcoff, December 12, 2000: US06161047 (331 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead is provided with at least one extendable member to position therapy delivery elements, which may be electrodes or drug delivery ports, after the lead has been inserted into the body. The lead may be formed as a resilient element which is contained in a retainer tube that may be r ...


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Gary W King, Mark T Rise, Michael J Schendel, Richard Schallhorn: Apparatus and method for expanding a stimulation lead body in situ. Medtronic, Banner & Witcoff, March 30, 2004: US06714822 (235 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead is provided with at least one extendable member to position therapy delivery elements, which may be electrodes or drug delivery ports, after the lead has been inserted into the body. The lead may formed as a resilient element which is contained in a retainer tube that may be remo ...


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Gary W King, Mark T Rise, Michael J Schendel, Richard Schallhorn: Apparatus and method for expanding a stimulation lead body in situ. Medtronic, Banner & Witcoff, August 27, 2002: US06442435 (137 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead is provided with at least one extendable member to position therapy delivery elements, which may be electrodes or drug delivery ports, after the lead has been inserted into the body. The lead may formed as a resilient element which is contained in a retainer tube that may be remo ...


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Kenneth T Heruth, Mark S Lent, Ruchika Singhal, Michael J Schendel, Gary W King: Regional therapies for treatment of pain. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, October 12, 2010: US07813803 (123 worldwide citation)

Enhanced therapies for treating pain are described. The therapies include subcutaneous stimulation of tissue in proximity to a source of pain at low frequencies (less than about 20 Hz) and high frequencies (greater than about 50 Hz). The subcutaneous stimulation may be applied in proximity to a stru ...


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Gary W King, Mark T Rise, Michael J Schendel, Richard Schallhorn: Apparatus and method for expanding a stimulation lead body in situ. Medtronic, Banner & Witcoff, September 18, 2001: US06292702 (101 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead is provided with at least one extendable member to position therapy delivery elements, which may be electrodes or drug delivery ports, after the lead has been inserted into the body. The lead may formed as a resilient element which is contained in a retainer tube that may be remo ...


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Gary W King, Mark T Rise, Michael J Schendel, Richard Schallhorn: Apparatus and method for expanding a stimulation lead body in situ. Rick L Franzen, May 20, 2008: US07376468 (19 worldwide citation)

An implantable lead is provided with at least one extendable member to position therapy delivery elements, which may be electrodes or drug delivery ports, after the lead has been inserted into the body. The lead may formed as a resilient element which is contained in a retainer tube that may be remo ...


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Kenneth T Heruth, Mark S Lent, Ruchika Singhal, Michael J Schendel: Regional therapies for treatment of pain. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, February 15, 2011: US07890166 (14 worldwide citation)

Enhanced therapies for treating pain are described. The therapies include subcutaneous stimulation of tissue in proximity to a source of pain at low frequencies (less than about 20 Hz) and high frequencies (greater than about 50 Hz). The therapies further include administering a pain treating agent ...


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Kenneth T Heruth, Mark S Lent, Ruchika Singhal, Michael J Schendel: Regional therapies for treatment of pain. Medtronic, Shumaker & Sieffert P A, August 14, 2012: US08244360 (6 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for coordinated delivery of a therapeutic agent and low (less than about 20 Hz) and high (greater than about 50 Hz) frequency stimulation therapy are described. The systems include a control unit for coordinating therapy delivery between an infusion device and a pulse generator, ...


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Daniel C Oster, Jonathan P Bogott, Michael J Schendel, Nathan A Torgerson: Methods of shielding implantable medical leads and implantable medical lead extensions. Medtronic, Withers & Keys, December 18, 2018: US10155111

Shielded sheaths are placed over implantable medical leads and/or implantable medical lead extensions to provide shielding from electromagnetic energy and to prevent heating at the electrodes. The shielded sheaths include insulative bodies with shield layers such as conductive braided wire or conduc ...


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Gary W King, Mark T Rise, Michael J Schendel, Richard Schallhorn: Apparatus and method for expanding a stimulation lead body in situ. Meadtronic, Rick L Franzen, January 3, 2012: US08090449

An implantable lead is provided with at least one extendable member to position therapy delivery elements, which may be electrodes or drug delivery ports, after the lead has been inserted into the body. The lead may formed as a resilient element which is contained in a retainer tube that may be remo ...