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Shlomo Ben Haim, Daniel Osadchy, Udi Peless, Ilan Greenberg: System for determining the location and orientation of an invasive medical instrument. Biosense, Louis J Capezzuto, February 10, 2004: US06690963 (628 worldwide citation)

A locating system for determining the location and orientation of an invasive medical instrument, for example a catheter (


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Shlomo Ben Haim, Daniel Osadchy, Udi Peless, Ilan Greenberg: Medical diagnosis, treatment and imaging systems. Biosense, Louis J Capezzuto, September 7, 2004: US06788967 (257 worldwide citation)

A locating system for determining the location and orientation of an invasive medical instrument, for example a catheter or endoscope, relative to a reference frame, comprising: a plurality of field generators which generate known, distinguishable fields, preferably continuous AC magnetic fields, in ...


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Ben Haim Shiomo, Osadchy Daniel, Peless Udi, Greenberg Ilan: Medical diagnosis, treatment and imaging systems. Biosense, February 3, 1999: EP0894473-A2 (148 worldwide citation)

A locating system for determining the location and orientation of an invasive medical instrument, for example a catheter (10) or endoscope, relative to a reference frame, comprising: a plurality of field generators (18, 20 ,22) which generate known, distinguishable fields, preferably continuous AC m ...


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Ben Haim Shlomo, Osadchy Daniel, Peless Udi, Greenberg Ilan: Medical diagnosis, treatment and imaging systems. Biosense, June 4, 1997: EP0776176-A1 (10 worldwide citation)

A locating system for determining the location and orientation of an invasive medical instrument, for example a catheter (10) or endoscope, relative to a reference frame, comprising: a plurality of field generators (18, 20, 22) which generate known, distinguishable fields, preferably continuous AC m ...


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Kulbir S Sandhu, Atila Amiri, Otto Chiu, Samuel Gee: System and method of automatic detection and prevention of motor runaway. St Jude Medical Atrial Fibrillation Division, Dykema Gossett PLLC, November 21, 2017: US09825455 (3 worldwide citation)

A robotic catheter control system includes a plurality of electric motors. Diagnostic logic automatically detects motor runaway fault conditions based on the current motor position, the target motor position and a predetermined tolerance parameter. Fault conditions include overshoot, movement in the ...


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Matthew Carl O Malley: Sensor, weapon, actor, and registration monitoring, evaluating, and relationships. July 18, 2017: US09710836 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method for tracking a weapon, wherein a server computing system tracks, analyzes, evaluates, and resources data, statistics, perceptions, and relationships for weapon transactions, storage, transporting, practice, training, holding, aiming, firing, cleaning, and/or the like.


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Ben Haim Shlomo, Osadchy Daniel, Peless Udi, Greenberg Ilan: Medical diagnosis, treatment, and imaging system. Biosense, October 7, 2004: JP2004-275776 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a locating system for determining the location and orientation of an invasive medical instrument relative to a reference frame.SOLUTION: This system is composed of: two or more field generators 18, 20, 22 for generating known distinguishable fields, preferably contin ...


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Doron Harlev, Pavel Greenfield, Leon Amariglio: Cardiac mapping. Boston Scientific Scimed, Faegre Baker Daniels, August 15, 2017: US09730602

A non-contact cardiac mapping method is disclosed that includes: (i) inserting a catheter into a heart cavity having an endocardium surface, the catheter including multiple, spatially distributed electrodes; (ii) measuring signals at the catheter electrodes in response to electrical activity in the ...


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Troy T Tegg: Multi-directional catheter control handle. St Jude Medical Atrial Fibrillation Division, Dykema Gossett PLLC, September 19, 2017: US09764115

An apparatus for deflecting a distal portion of a catheter, a sheath, a medical device, or other flexible elongate member may generally include a handle portion, a pair of adjusting knobs, and deflection wires. The adjusting knobs may be rotatably coupled to the handle portion and operably coupled t ...


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Troy T Tegg: Shaft and handle for a catheter with independently-deflectable segments. St Jude Medical Atrial Fibrillation Division, Dykema Gossett PLLC, January 9, 2018: US09861787

An elongate medical device with independently-deflectable segments and a handle for manually deflecting those segments can include a shaft having a distal segment and proximal segment, at least one proximal segment deflection wire adapted to deflect the proximal segment, at least one distal segment ...