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Haeri Mehdi: Electrical therapeutic device. March 14, 1972: US3648708 (28 worldwide citation)

A transistorized electrical sleep-inducing device includes a current regulating buffer which protects the patient from excessive current, when operated on conventional AC power and maintains the current substantially constant regardless of variations in the patient's body resistance. The patient is ...


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Michael Naroditsky, Hector Rotstein: Transcutaneous electrical therapeutic device. Nervomatrix, Simon Kahn, January 15, 2013: US08355790 (6 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for locating therapeutically active points and applying transcutaneous electrical stimulation thereto are disclosed. The apparatus includes patient applied therapeutic module, consisting of a fixture and a plurality of probes, and an actuating controlling module. The method i ...


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Naroditsky Michael, Rotstein Hector: Transcutaneous electrical therapeutic device. Naroditsky Michael, Rotstein Hector, TSIVION Yoram, December 6, 2007: WO/2007/138595 (2 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for locating therapeutically active points and applying transcutaneous electrical stimulation thereto are disclosed. The apparatus includes patient applied therapeutic module, consisting of a fixture and a plurality of probes, and an actuating controlling module. The method i ...


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Naroditsky Michael, Rotstein Hector: Transcutaneous electrical therapeutic device. Naroditsky Michael, Rotstein Hector, February 11, 2009: EP2021067-A2

An apparatus and method for locating therapeutically active points and applying transcutaneous electrical stimulation thereto are disclosed. The apparatus includes patient applied therapeutic module, consisting of a fixture and a plurality of probes, and an actuating controlling module. The method i ...


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Shazhou Zou, Victor W Wang, Tianxin Wang: Portable therapeutic device and method for pain relief. Tianxin Wang, May 27, 2004: US20040102819-A1

The invention relates to a method and device of reducing pain and other symptoms in a patient utilizing a non-invasive electrical stimulation device applied over acupuncture points and adjacent nerves of a patient. The non-invasive electrical stimulation device is a portable electrical therapeutic d ...


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Shazhou Zou, Victor W Wang, Tianxin Wang: Portable therapeutic device and method for pain relief. Tianxin Wang, January 19, 2006: US20060015154-A1

The invention relates to a method and device of reducing pain and other symptoms in a patient utilizing a non-invasive electrical stimulation device applied over acupuncture points and adjacent nerves of a patient. The non-invasive electrical stimulation device is a portable electrical therapeutic d ...


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Michael Naroditsky, Hector Rotstein: Transcutaneous electrical therapeutic device. Yoram Tsivion, August 6, 2009: US20090198305-A1

An apparatus and method for locating therapeutically active points and applying transcutaneous electrical stimulation thereto are disclosed. The apparatus includes patient applied therapeutic module, consisting of a fixture and a plurality of probes, and an actuating controlling module. The method i ...


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Wang Tianxin, Zou Shazhou, Wang Victor: Portable therapeutic device and method for pain relief. Wang Tianxin, Zou Shazhou, Wang Victor, June 23, 2005: WO/2005/056112

The invention relates to a method and device of reducing pain and other symptoms in a patient utilizing a non-invasive electrical stimulation device applied over acupuncture points and adjacent nerves of a patient. The non-invasive electrical stimulation device is a portable electrical therapeutic d ...


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Shinagawa Gentarou: Electromagnetic thermotherapeutic device. Shinagawa Gentarou, YAMAMOTO Shusaku, December 1, 1988: WO/1988/009191

In the electrical therapeutic device of the present invention, there are disposed at least two electromagnets juxtaposed with each other, and windings wound on a core having strong or weak magnetism are connected in such a manner that sets of magnetic poles positioned on the same side of the electro ...


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METHOD OF PRODUCING A CERMET-CONTAINING BUSHING FOR AN IMPLANTABLE MEDICAL DEVICE. Heraeus Deutschland & Co KG, January 19, 2017: US20170018337-A1

One aspect relates to a method for producing an electrical bushing for an implantable medical device. The method includes forming a holding element for holding the electrical bushing in the implantable medical device, the holding element including a through-opening. An insulation element of aluminum ...