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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: Battery-powered patient implantable device. Freilich Hornbaker & Rosen, February 6, 2001: US06185452 (543 worldwide citation)

A device configured for implanting beneath a patient's skin for the purpose of tissue, e.g., nerve or muscle, stimulation and/or parameter monitoring and/or data communication. Devices in accordance with the invention are comprised of a sealed housing, typically having an axial dimension of les ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System of implantable devices for monitoring and/or affecting body parameters. Freilich Hornbaker & Rosen, December 26, 2000: US06164284 (502 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring and/or affecting parameters of a patient's body and more particularly to such a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more other devices, preferably battery-powered, implanted in the patient's body, i.e., within the envelope defined by the patient's skin. ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, Alfred E Mann, Michael A Faltys: Implantable device with improved battery recharging and powering configuration. Advanced Bionics Corporation, Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Bryant R Gold, May 23, 2000: US06067474 (394 worldwide citation)

An implantable system, such as a neural stimulator or a cochlear implant system, includes a rechargeable battery configuration having improved recharging and lifetime characteristics. The battery is housed within the implant's case and has first and second electrode plates. Each electrode plate has ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System of implantable devices for monitoring and/or affecting body parameters. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, May 20, 2003: US06564807 (184 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring and/or affecting parameters of a patient's body and more particularly to such a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more other devices, preferably battery-powered, implanted in the patient's body, i.e., within the envelope defined by the patie ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: Battery-powered patient implantable device. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Lee J Mandell, October 3, 2006: US07114502 (135 worldwide citation)

A device configured for implanting beneath a patient's skin for the purpose of tissue, e.g., nerve or muscle, stimulation and/or parameter monitoring and/or data communication. Devices in accordance with the invention are comprised of a sealed housing, typically having an axial dimension of less tha ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System of implantable devices for monitoring and/or affecting body parameters. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Malcolm J Romano, April 7, 2009: US07513257 (31 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring and/or affecting parameters of a patient's body and more particularly to such a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more other devices, preferably battery-powered, implanted in the patient's body, i.e., within the envelope defined by the patient's skin. ...


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Gregoire Cosendai, Ytizhak Zilberman, Doug Kuschner, Anne Marie Ripley, Ruth Turk, Jane Burridge, Scott V Notley, Ross Davis, Morten Hansen, Lee Jay Mandell, Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System and method suitable for treatment of a patient with a neurological deficit by sequentially stimulating neural pathways using a system of discrete implantable medical devices. Alfred E Mann Foundation for Scientific Research, Malcolm J Romano, December 2, 2008: US07460911 (16 worldwide citation)

A system and method that facilitates stimulating neural pathways, e.g., muscles and/or associated nerves, of a patient's body for the purpose of therapeutic medical treatment by rehabilitating weakened muscles and using neuroplasticity to retrain sequential muscle movements and/or to provide the abi ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: Battery-powered patient implantable device. Alfred E Mann Foundation For, Scientific Research, June 3, 2004: US20040103906-A1

A device configured for implanting beneath a patient's skin for the purpose of tissue, e.g., nerve or muscle, stimulation and/or parameter monitoring and/or data communication. Devices in accordance with the invention are comprised of a sealed housing, typically having an axial dimension of less tha ...


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Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System of implantable devices for monitoring and/or affecting body parameters. Alfred E Mann Foundation For, Scientific Research, January 22, 2004: US20040011366-A1

A system for monitoring and/or affecting parameters of a patient's body and more particularly to such a system comprised of a system control unit (SCU) and one or more other devices, preferably battery-powered, implanted in the patient's body, i.e., within the envelope defined by the patient's skin. ...


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Gregoire Cosendai, Yitzhak Zilberman, Doug Kuschner, Anne Marie Ripley, Ruth Turk, Jane Burridge, Scott V Notley, Ross Davis, Morten Hansen, Lee J Mandell, Joseph H Schulman, Robert Dan Dell, John C Gord: System and method suitable for treatment of a patient with a neurological deficit by sequentially stimulating neural pathways using a system of discrete implantable medical devices. The Alfred E Mann Foundation For, Scientific Research, June 23, 2005: US20050137648-A1

A system and method that facilitates stimulating neural pathways, e.g., muscles and/or associated nerves, of a patient's body for the purpose of therapeutic medical treatment by rehabilitating weakened muscles and using neuroplasticity to retrain sequential muscle movements and/or to provide the abi ...



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