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Todd J Cohen: System for and method of treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, July 19, 1994: US05330505 (218 worldwide citation)

A system for treating the malfunctioning heart of a patient includes means which derive at least one electrical signal from the patient's heart and means which derive at least two physiologic signals from or related to the patient's circulatory system. The physiologic signals, or functions thereof, ...


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Todd J Cohen: Method of and system for monitoring and treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, May 14, 1991: US05014698 (176 worldwide citation)

A system for treating the malfunctioning heart of a patient includes means which derive at least one electrical signal from the patient's heart and means which derive at least one physiologic signal from or related to the patient's circulatory system, a central processing unit with a RAM and a ROM, ...


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Todd J Cohen: Hemodynamically responsive system for treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, November 17, 1992: US05163429 (111 worldwide citation)

A system for treating a malfunctioning heart is based on hemodynamics, the pressure at a site in a patient's circulatory system being sensed. A signal is developed representative of short term mean arterial pressure (MAP), mean right atrial pressure (MRAP), mean right ventricle pressure (MRVP), mean ...


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Todd J Cohen: System for and method of therapeutic stimulation of a patients heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, February 13, 1990: US04899752 (110 worldwide citation)

A system for therapeutic stimulation of a patient's heart includes means for varying the escape interval or rate of a means for producing pacing pulses. Pressure sensing means sense pressure at a site in the circulatory system of a patient. Signal producing means respond to output from the sensing m ...


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Todd J Cohen: Multimode system for monitoring and treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, December 14, 1993: US05269301 (107 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring a patient and treating the malfunctioning heart of the patient, either in an automatic mode or in a semiautomatic mode, includes means which derive at least one electrical signal resulting from action of the patient's heart and means which derive at least one physiologic sign ...


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Todd J Cohen: Hemodynamically responsive system for and method of treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, October 4, 1988: US04774950 (102 worldwide citation)

A system for and method of treating a malfunctioning heart is based on hemodynamics. The mean arterial pressure (MAP) mean right atrial pressure (MRAP), mean right ventrical pressure (MRVP), mean left atrial pressure (MLAP), mean left ventrical pressure (MLVP) or mean central venous pressure (MCVP) ...


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Todd J Cohen: Hemodynamically responsive system for and method of treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, November 6, 1990: US04967749 (96 worldwide citation)

A system for and method of treating a malfunctioning heart is based on hemodynamics, the pressure at a site in a patient's circulatory system being sensed. A signal is developed representative of short term mean arterial pressure (MAP), mean right atrial pressure (MRAP), mean right ventricle pressur ...


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Todd J Cohen: System for treating a malfunctioning heart. Leonard Bloom, Leonard Bloom, October 20, 1992: US05156148 (72 worldwide citation)

A system for treating the malfunctioning heart of a patient includes means which derive at least one electrical signal from the patient's heart and means which derive at least one physiologic signal from or related to the patient's circulatory system. A central processing unit, which may be a progra ...


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Keith G Lurie, Todd J Cohen: Devices and methods for controlled external chest compression. The Regents of the University of California, AMBU International, Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLO, July 8, 1997: US05645522 (71 worldwide citation)

A device for performing active compression/decompression cardiopulmonary resuscitation includes an applicator body with an upper surface and a lower surface. The lower surface includes provisions for detachably securing to the patient's chest, such as a vacuum cup or an adhesive layer. For manual re ...


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Keith G Lurie, Todd J Cohen: Devices and methods for external chest compression. The Regents of the University of California, Townsend and Townsend Khourie and Crew, October 3, 1995: US05454779 (51 worldwide citation)

A method for performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation employs an applicator device having a body with an upper surface and a lower surface. The lower surface includes provisions for detachably securing to the patient's chest, such as a vacuum cup or an adhesive layer. For manual resuscitation, the u ...