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Wolfgang Fink, Eui Hyeok Yang, Yoshi Hishinuma, Choonsup Lee, Thomas George, Yu Chong Tai, Ellis Meng, Mark Humayun: Optically powered and optically data-transmitting wireless intraocular pressure sensor device. California Institute of Technology, Doheny Eye Institute, Fish & Neave IP Group, November 7, 2006: US07131945 (118 worldwide citation)

An implantable intraocular pressure sensor device for detecting excessive intraocular pressure above a predetermined threshold pressure is disclosed. The device includes a pressure switch that is sized and configured to be placed in an eye, wherein said pressure switch is activated when the intraocu ...


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Wolfgang Fink, Eui Hyeok Yang, Yoshi Hishinuma, Choonsup Lee, Thomas George, Yu Chong Tai, Ellis Meng, Mark Humayun: Optically powered and optically data-transmitting wireless intraocular pressure sensor device. Fish & Richardson PC, June 17, 2004: US20040116794-A1

An optically powered and optically data-transmitting wireless intraocular pressure sensor device for detecting excessive intraocular pressure above a predetermined threshold pressure, comprising a pressure switch that is sized and configured to be placed in an eye, wherein said pressure switch is ac ...


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Wolfgang Fink, Eui Hyeok Yang, Yoshi Hishinuma, Choonsup Lee, Thomas George, Mark Humayun: Optically powered and optically data-transmitting wireless intraocular pressure sensor device. Fish & Neave Ip Group, Ropes & Gray, May 17, 2007: US20070112263-A1

An optically powered and optically data-transmitting wireless intraocular pressure sensor device for detecting excessive intraocular pressure above a predetermined threshold pressure, comprising a pressure switch that is sized and configured to be placed in an eye, wherein said pressure switch is ac ...


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Youming Li, Jeffrey Birkmeyer, Takamichi Fujii, Takayuki Naono, Yoshi Hishinuma: Physical vapor deposition with phase shift. Fish & Richardson PC, August 19, 2010: US20100206714-A1

A method of physical vapor deposition includes applying a first radio frequency signal having a first phase to a cathode in a physical vapor deposition apparatus, wherein the cathode includes a sputtering target, applying a second radio frequency signal having a second phase to a chuck in the physic ...


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Youming Li, Jeffrey Birkmeyer, Takamichi Fujii, Takayuki Naono, Yoshi Hishinuma: Physical vapor deposition with impedance matching network. Fish & Richardson PC, August 19, 2010: US20100206718-A1

A method of physical vapor deposition includes applying a radio frequency signal to a cathode in a physical vapor deposition apparatus, wherein the cathode includes a sputtering target, electrically connecting a chuck in the physical vapor deposition apparatus to an impedance matching network, where ...