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Valerio Cigaina, David Jenkins: Medical stimulation. Transneuronix, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, March 21, 2000: US06041258 (155 worldwide citation)

An improved handle for a medical device used in laparoscopic surgery is provided. This handle is especially adapted for use with an implant device specifically for electrostimulation and/or electrical monitoring of endo-abdominal tissue or viscera is provided. The implant device has an elongated bod ...


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Gene A Bornzin: Low-polarization low-threshold electrode. Medtronic, Reed A Duthler, Joseph F Breimayer, John L Rooney, March 5, 1985: US04502492 (60 worldwide citation)

A low-polarization electrode for use in medical stimulation leads. The electrode is provided with grooving and is coated with platinum black.


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Jan Ljungstroem: Medical stimulation and/or monitoring device interacting with the body of a patient based upon selectable parameter set. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Van Santen Steadman & Simpson, November 3, 1992: US05159926 (51 worldwide citation)

A medical device interacting with the body of a patient for stimulating and/or monitoring a physiological function includes control electronics which uses a parameter set which can be fetched from a memory, the parameter set defining the interaction. A number of different parameter sets can be store ...


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David A Montecalvo, David Rolf: Multipurpose medical stimulation electrode. LecTec Corporation, James V Harmon, April 27, 1993: US05205297 (50 worldwide citation)

A multipurpose medical stimulating electrode is described for use in external cardiac pacing, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation and neuromuscular stimulation which includes a protective cover layer at the top extending over and bonded to the upper surface of an electrically conductive laye ...


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Melvin A Fulkerson, Wyman E Jacobson, Joseph P Tretter, John Van Dierendonck: Apparatus and method for micro-electric medical stimulation of cells of living animal tissue. Mems Technology Incorporated, Kinney & Lange, April 19, 1988: US04738250 (39 worldwide citation)

A medical electrical apparatus impresses a bipolar, low frequency voltage wave form through spaced-apart electrodes, across a damaged area of living animal tissue to cause a low, bipolar, current to flow through the damaged area to increase the metabolic activity of viable cells in that area and hen ...


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Karmarkar Parag V: Implantable mri compatible stimulation leads and antennas and related systems and methods. The Johns Hopkins University, Karmarkar Parag V, MYERS BIGEL SIBLEY PO Box 37428 Raleigh North Carolina 27627, March 23, 2006: WO/2006/031317 (31 worldwide citation)

In vivo medical stimulation probes include an elongate lead having at least one stimulation electrode disposed on a distal portion thereof. The probes may include a plurality of axially spaced apart RF chokes disposed on and/or in an axially extending shielding layer of the lead in advance of the at ...


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Bill Howard Niemi: Stimulator fault protection circuit. Stimulation Technology, January 17, 1978: US04068669 (27 worldwide citation)

A current monitoring and control circuit for use with a medical stimulation device for monitoring the exciting current to stimulation electrodes connected to the device is provided having a disabling component to inactivate a signal generating circuit resident within the stimulator. Operation of thi ...


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Peter D Gadsby: High-energy disposable medical stimulation electrode. The Ludlow Company, RatnerPrestia, July 29, 2003: US06600957 (25 worldwide citation)

A disposable medical electrode for delivering high-energy defibrillation or pacing stimulation and having energy dispersion characteristics. A fanned wire contacts the top of an electrode member for delivering energy to and transmitting energy from the electrode. A hydrogel is disposed on the bottom ...


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Cherik Bulkes: Implantable medical stimulation apparatus with intra-conductor capacitive energy storage. Kenergy, Quarles & Brady, George E Haas, December 18, 2007: US07310556 (23 worldwide citation)

An implantable device electrically stimulates an organ of an animal in response to a trigger event. Between trigger event that device receives a wireless signal, such as a radio frequency signal, and stores energy from the signal in a plurality of capacitors. The capacitors are located within a elec ...


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Parag V Karmarkar: Implantable MRI compatible stimulation leads and antennas and related systems and methods. The Johns Hopkins University, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, Bruce E Black, August 13, 2013: US08509876 (21 worldwide citation)

In vivo medical stimulation probes include an elongate lead having at least one stimulation electrode disposed on a distal portion thereof. The probes may include a plurality of axially spaced apart RF chokes disposed on and/or in an axially extending shielding layer of the lead in advance of the at ...