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Bolduc Lee R: Ground electrode and test circuit. Medical Plastics, February 15, 1972: US3642008 (184 worldwide citation)

An electrical-surgical machine using high-frequency currents connected to an active electrode and a patient ground plate electrode. The ground plate electrode is a one-piece disposable flexible sheet member having an electrical conductive skin releasably attached to a clamp connected to a line leadi ...


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Patrick Jr Charles T, Milligan Charles L: Indifferent electrode in electrosurgical procedures and method of use. NDM Corporation, Irons & Sears, November 19, 1974: US3848600 (134 worldwide citation)

A disposable indifferent electrode easily contoured to body surfaces including an electrode electrolyte assembly in which the electrode is relatively small in size yet provides very effective electrical contact between it and the body surface by virtue of an interposed electrolyte composition of pre ...


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Koopal Cornelis Gerardus Josep, Schasfoort Richardus Bernardus, Nolte Roeland Johannes Maria: Electrode, provided with a polymer coating with a redox enzyme bound thereto.. Tno, September 29, 1993: EP0561966-A1 (133 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an electrode which is composed of a membrane, provided with open pores running through said membrane, the walls of the pores having an electrically conducting polymer coating, containing a redox enzyme bound thereto. In this type of electrodes a direct electron transfer is p ...


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Vise William Michael: Electrosurgical glove. Rambo William S, November 5, 1974: US3845771 (118 worldwide citation)

A glove for use in electrosurgical and/or electrocauterization procedures which includes a flexible electrode integrally carried on the volar surface of at least one of the digits of the glove and electrically connected to one end of an electrically insulated, remotely extending, flexible lead, and ...


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Tacker Willis A Jr, Babbs Charles Fredrick, Bourland Joe Dan, Geddes Leslie Alexander: Method and apparatus for inserting a defibrillator electrode and defibrillator electrode.. Purdue Research Foundation, December 7, 1983: EP0095727-A1 (112 worldwide citation)

A novel defibrillator electrode assembly is provided, comprising a length of titanium mesh connected at a first end to an insulated wire and preferably having one or more barbs at the second end, the whole being contained within a cannula with a flattened end having slots to accommodate the barbs. T ...


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Hovelian Krikor: Disposable medical surface electrode.. Hovelian Krikor, August 28, 1985: EP0152410-A1 (99 worldwide citation)

Disposable medical surface electrode characterized in that it is deprived of any connection wire, plug or push-button. It does not require the application of an adhering activator or conductor product at the time of using the electrode and it does not comprise foam or a hollow soaked or coated with ...


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Kieval Robert S, Rossing Martin A: External baroreflex activation. Cvrx, Kieval Robert S, Rossing Martin A, SMITH Scott M, September 15, 2005: WO/2005/084389 (91 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for external baroreflex activation allow a physician to characterize a patient's response to baroreflex activation prior to providing baroreflex activation therapy. Methods generally include applying a baroreflex activation stimulus to a patient, measuring one or more physiologic ...


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Reinhold Jr Herbert E: Dry applied and operably dry electrode device. Survival Technology, Cushman Darby & Cushman, October 14, 1975: US3911906 (86 worldwide citation)

An electrode device for establishing an electrical connection between electromedical apparatus and the skin of the human anatomy comprising a composite electrode body for self-adhering engagement with a substantial surface area of the skin to establish the electrical connection throughout substantia ...


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Justus George Junior, Miller Lowell C, Patrick Jr Charles T: Electrosurgical grounding cable assembly. NDM Corporation, Irons & Sears, July 22, 1975: US3895635 (86 worldwide citation)

A connector for the grounding cable of an electrosurgical generator (E.G.) has a non-conductive body carrying an electrical contact plate against which a stud of an indifferent electrode in an electrosurgical grounding pad is locked by a non-conductive cam lever pivotally mounted on the body portion ...


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Edwards Lynn Euryl: December 12, 1972: US3705575 (86 worldwide citation)

An incontinence device for female use comprises a member adapted to apply pressure to the urethra, preferably from inside the vagina, so as to prevent the flow of urine therefrom. The device may include means for stimulating the muscle action of the tissue controlling the urethra so as to improve th ...