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George J Klein, Dwight H Warkentin, Kenneth M Riff, Brian B Lee, James K Carney, Gregg Turi, Anthony J Varrichio: Minimally invasive implantable device for monitoring physiologic events. Medtronic, Harold R Patton, Michael B Atlass, November 16, 1999: US05987352 (542 worldwide citation)

A minimally invasive implant, means for insertion, and description of how to most efficiently use it are described n several embodiments. This implant preferably has a segmented looping memory for storing triggered physiologic events. Preferred events for setting autotriggers to record physiologic s ...


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Warkentin Dwight H, Riff Kenneth M, Lee Brian B, Carney James K, Turi Gregg, Klein George J, Varrichio Anthony J: Minimally invasive implantable device for monitoring physiologic events. Medtronic, September 29, 1999: EP0944414-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A minimally invasive implant, means for insertion, and description of how to most efficiently use it are described in several embodiments. This implant (31) preferably has a segmented looping memory (34) for storing triggered physiologic events. Preferred events for setting autotriggers to record ph ...


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Charles R Gordon, Duane R Bigelow: Optimized flash memory device for miniaturized devices. Medtronic, January 9, 2018: US09861826

An implantable medical device have an associated memory device is disclosed. The implantable medical device utilizes techniques for optimizing one or more embedded operations of the memory device, such operations including programming, reading or erasing data. The techniques for optimizing the embed ...


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Klein George J, Warkentin Dwight H, Riff Kenneth M, Lee Brian B, Carney James K, Turi Gregg, Varrichio Anthony J: Dispositif implantable peu invasif permettant de surveiller des evenements physiologiques, Minimally invasive implantable device for monitoring physiologic events. Medtronic, Medtronic, SMART & BIGGAR, January 22, 1998: CA2260209

A minimally invasive implant, means for insertion, and description of how to most efficiently use it are described in several embodiments. This implant (31) preferably has a segmented looping memory (34) for storing triggered physiologic events. Preferred events for setting autotriggers to record ph ...


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Warkentin Dwight H, Riff Kenneth M, Lee Brian B, Carney James K, Turi Gregg: Minimally invasive implantable device for monitoring physiologic events. Medtronic, ATLASS Michael B, January 22, 1998: WO/1998/002209

A minimally invasive implant, means for insertion, and description of how to most efficiently use it are described in several embodiments. This implant (31) preferably has a segmented looping memory (34) for storing triggered physiologic events. Preferred events for setting autotriggers to record ph ...