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Carl D Wahlstrand, Thomas Barry Hoegh, Gregory A Hrdlicka, Thomas E Cross Jr, James M Olsen: Lead electrode for use in an MRI-safe implantable medical device. Medtronic, Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz P C, February 6, 2007: US07174219 (195 worldwide citation)

A pulse stimulation system configured for implantation into a patient's body comprises a pulse stimulator, a conductive stimulation lead having a proximal end electrically coupled to the pulse simulator and having a distal end, and an electrode assembly coupled to the distal end of the stimulation l ...


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James M Olsen, Gregory A Hrdlicka, Carl D Wahlstrand, Thomas Barry Hoegh: Lead electrode for use in an MRI-safe implantable medical device. Medtronic, December 14, 2010: US07853332 (38 worldwide citation)

A medical lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and comprises a lead body, and an electrode coupled to the lead body. The electrode comprises a first section configured to contact the patient's body, and a second section capacitively coupled to the first section and configured to ...


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Thomas Barry Hoegh, Stephen Lo Bolea, Carl D Wahlstrand, Gregory A Hrdlicka, James M Olsen: Lead electrode for use in an MRI-safe implantable medical device. Medtronic, January 25, 2011: US07877150 (31 worldwide citation)

A neurostimulation lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and has at least one distal electrode. The lead comprises at least one conductive filer electrically coupled to the distal electrode, a jacket for housing the conductive filer and a shield surrounding at least a portion of t ...


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Carl D Wahlstrand, Thomas Barry Hoegh, James M Olsen, Stephen L Bolea, Gregory A Hrdlicka: Lead electrode for use in an MRI-safe implantable medical device. Medtronic, September 27, 2011: US08027736 (30 worldwide citation)

A medical lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and comprises a lead body, and an electrode coupled to the lead body. The electrode comprises a first section configured to contact the patient's body, and a second section electrically coupled to the first section and configured to ...


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Carl D Wahlstrand, Gregory A Hrdlicka, Thomas E Cross Jr, Thomas Barry Hoegh, James M Olsen, Stephen L Bolea: MRI-safe implantable lead. Medtronic, November 30, 2010: US07844344 (18 worldwide citation)

A stimulation lead to be implanted into a patient's body includes at least one distal stimulation electrode and at least one conductive filer electrically coupled to the distal stimulation electrode. A jacket houses the conductive filer and provides a path distributed along at least a portion of the ...


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Carl D Wahlstrand, Gregory A Hrdlicka, Thomas E Cross Jr, Thomas Barry Hoegh, James M Olsen, Stephen L Bolea: MRI-safe implantable lead. Medtronic, March 18, 2014: US08676340 (15 worldwide citation)

A stimulation lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and includes at least one distal stimulation electrode and at least one conductive filer electrically coupled to the distal stimulation electrode. A jacket is provided for housing the conductive filer and providing a path distrib ...


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Thomas Barry Hoegh, Timothy Harold Grafe: Kennel with automatically opening door. Pauly Devries Smith & Deffner L L C, March 6, 2012: US08127718 (3 worldwide citation)

The general goal of the present invention is to prevent damage to property resulting from the animal's separation anxiety which typically is a consequence of the pet owner's departure while minimizing the period of time the dog is confined. The most obvious objective is to restrain the animal until ...


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James M Olsen, Gregory A Hrdlicka, Carl D Wahlstrand, Thomas Barry Hoegh: Lead electrode for use in an MRI-safe implantable medical device. Medtronic, September 30, 2014: US08849417 (1 worldwide citation)

A medical lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and comprises a lead body, and an electrode coupled to the lead body. The electrode comprises a first section configured to contact the patient's body, and a second section capacitively coupled to the first section and configured to ...


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Thomas Barry Hoegh, Stephen Lo Bolea, Carl D Wahlstrand, Gregory A Hrdlicka, James M Olsen: Lead electrode for use in an MRI-safe implantable medical device. Medtronic, January 29, 2013: US08364286 (1 worldwide citation)

A neurostimulation lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and has at least one distal electrode. The lead comprises at least one conductive filer electrically coupled to the distal electrode, a jacket for housing the conductive filer and a shield surrounding at least a portion of t ...


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Carl D Wahlstrand, Gregory A Hrdlicka, Thomas E Cross, Thomas Barry Hoegh, James M Olsen, Stephen L Bolea: MRI-safe implantable lead. Ingrassia Fisher & Lorenz PC, October 6, 2005: US20050222657-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A stimulation lead is configured to be implanted into a patient's body and includes at least one distal stimulation electrode and at least one conductive filer electrically coupled to the distal stimulation electrode. A jacket is provided for housing the conductive filer and providing a path distrib ...