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Paul Haefner: Multi-parameter arrhythmia discrimination. Cardiac Pacemakers, Hollingsworth & Funk, May 15, 2007: US07218966 (73 worldwide citation)

An arrhythmia discrimination device and method involves receiving electrocardiogram signals and non-electrophysiologic signals at subcutaneous locations. Both the electrocardiogram-signals and non-electrophysiologic signals are used to discriminate between normal sinus rhythm and an arrhythmia. An a ...


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Haefner Paul, Wagner Darrell Orvin, Kamath Apurv, Brockway Marina: Multi-parameter arrhythmia discrimination. Cardiac Pacemakers, HOLLINGSWORTH Mark A, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/091719 (20 worldwide citation)

An arrhythmia discrimination device and method involves receiving electrocardiogram signals and alternate signals at subcutaneous locations. Both the electrocardiogram signals and alternate signals are used to discriminate between normal sinus rhythm an arrhythmia. An arrhythmia may be detected usin ...


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Paul Haefner: Multi-parameter arrhythmia discrimination. Cardiac Pacemakers, Hollingsworth & Funk, May 11, 2010: US07715916 (5 worldwide citation)

An arrhythmia discrimination device and method involves receiving electrocardiogram signals and non-electrophysiologic signals at subcutaneous locations. Both the electrocardiogram signals and non-electrophysiologic signals are used to discriminate between normal sinus rhythm and an arrhythmia. An a ...


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Haefner Paul, Wagner Darrell Orvin, Kamath Apurv, Brockway Marina: Multi-parameter arrhythmia discrimination. Cardiac Pacemakers, January 18, 2006: EP1615692-A2

An arrhythmia discrimination device and method involves receiving electrocardiogram signals and alternate signals at subcutaneous locations. Both the electrocardiogram signals and alternate signals are used to discriminate between normal sinus rhythm an arrhythmia. An arrhythmia may be detected usin ...


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Paul Haefner: Multi-parameter arrhythmia discrimination. Crawford Maunu PLLC, November 18, 2004: US20040230129-A1

An arrhythmia discrimination device and method involves receiving electrocardiogram signals and non-electrophysiologic signals at subcutaneous locations. Both the electrocardiogram-signals and non-electrophysiologic signals are used to discriminate between normal sinus rhythm and an arrhythmia. An a ...


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Paul Haefner: Multi-parameter arrhythmia discrimination. Hollingsworth & Funk, December 20, 2007: US20070293896-A1

An arrhythmia discrimination device and method involves receiving electrocardiogram signals and non-electrophysiologic signals at subcutaneous locations. Both the electrocardiogram signals and non-electrophysiologic signals are used to discriminate between normal sinus rhythm and an arrhythmia. An a ...