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Hancock Christopher Paul, Penny Keith, Amoah Francis, Goble Colin Charles Owen: Electric and surgical signal generator. Gyrus Medical, February 6, 2001: JP2001-029356 (326 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To attain safe usage by reducing or stopping radio frequency power to be added on a generator output from a power source in accordance with the prescribed condition of the signal of a monitor which indicates the change of reflection power caused by means of the change of a tiss ...


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Gary J Finch: Medical electrode assembly. Sentry Medical Products, Christie Parker & Hale, July 18, 1989: US04848351 (249 worldwide citation)

A medical electrode assembly for use with a medical device for monitoring electric impulses from a patient, comprising an electrically conductive lead wire, a connector electrically joined to a first end portion of said lead wire, electrically conductive hook fasteners electrically secured to a seco ...


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Citron Paul, Dickhudt Eugene A: Endocardial electrode. Medtronic, Schwartz Lew, Sivertson Wayne A, September 2, 1975: US3902501 (231 worldwide citation)

A medical electrode uniquely adapted for use as an endocardial electrode. An electrical conductor is encased in a material which is generally inert to body fluids and terminates at an exposed electrically conductive tip. A plurality of pliant tines extend from the electrode adjacent the tip and form ...


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Jens Axelgaard: Medical electrode system. Walter A Hackler, September 19, 1995: US05450845 (181 worldwide citation)

A medical electrode system includes an electrically non-conductive backing material and a flexible, electrically conductive patch disposed on the backing material. An electrically non-conductive facing material is disposed over the patch which includes an aperture therein for exposing a portion of t ...


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Rex O Bare, Earl F Robinson: Medical electrode construction. C R Bard, Trexler Bushnell & Wolters, December 28, 1982: US04365634 (174 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an electrode construction of the type including a terminal arrangement and support structure for said terminal arrangement, said support structure adapted for the transcutaneous application of the electrode to a patient. The support structure may be fabricated from a layer of foam ...


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Krasnow David L: Disposable medical electrode. Jet Medical Products, Dike Bronstein Roberts & Cushman, August 13, 1974: US3828766 (174 worldwide citation)

A disposable medical electrode comprising a support member made of a closed cell plastic material having an adhesive surface. A centrally located contact element is embedded therein so as to leave an exposed portion thereof at the adhesive side of the support member. A smaller pad member made up of ...


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Brian K Neil: Abrasive skin electrode. Quinton Instrument Company, Andrew J Beck, Montgomery W Smith, Richard D Allison, October 17, 1995: US05458141 (169 worldwide citation)

A medical electrode and skin preparation device is adapted to be secured to the skin of a patient and is designed to prepare the skin by abrasion or penetration of the epidermal layer of the skin in contact with the conductive means of the electrode after the electrode is secured in place on the ski ...


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Michael K Beaubiah: Integral medical electrode including a fusible conductive substrate. Graphic Controls Corporation, Ratner & Prestia, March 28, 1995: US05400782 (167 worldwide citation)

An integral medical electrode for monitoring and diagnostic applications which includes a fusible conductive substrate to which are fused the other components, such as the conductor, of the electrode. The fusible conductive substrate includes a non-conductive carrier providing a support layer; a con ...


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Lincoln T Ong: Medical electrode. Paul & Paul, December 16, 1980: US04239046 (162 worldwide citation)

A medical electrode for stimulation iontophoresis monitoring and grounding electrical contact application to the skin surface of humans and animals may be provided having an electrically conductive substrate for interfacing with the skin, an electrically conductive stranded material may be secured t ...


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Rex O Bare, Earl F Robinson: Medical electrode construction. C R Bard, Trexler Bushnell & Wolters, June 11, 1985: US04522211 (149 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an electrode construction of the type including a terminal arrangement and support structure for said terminal arrangement, said support structure adapted for the transcutaneous application of the electrode to a patient. The support structure may be fabricated from a layer of foam ...