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Jeffrey E Stahmann, Howard D Simms Jr, Keith R Maile, Michael J Kane, William J Linder: Systems and methods for detecting cardiac arrhythmias. Cardiac Pacemakers, Seager Tufte & Wickhem, March 14, 2017: US09592391

Systems and methods for coordinating detection and/or treatment of abnormal heart activity using multiple implanted devices within a patient. In one example, cardiac activity may be sensed by two or more medical device, including a leadless cardiac pacemaker. Cardiac activity sensed by one of the im ...


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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING CARDIAC ARRHYTHMIAS. July 16, 2015: US20150196758-A1

Systems and methods for coordinating detection and/or treatment of abnormal heart activity using multiple implanted devices within a patient. In one example, cardiac activity may be sensed by two or more medical device, including a leadless cardiac pacemaker. Cardiac activity sensed by one of the im ...


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METHODS AND DEVICES COMBINING MULTIPLE CARDIAC RATE MEASUREMENTS WITH INTERVAL CORRECTION AND ARRHYTHMIA DECISION BYPASS. CARDIAC PACEMAKERS, June 8, 2017: US20170156669-A1

In some examples, cardiac cycle detection may be used as an approach to cardiac activity tracking, with one or more second approaches to cardiac activity tracking also available for use. Additional rate measurement relying on different sources or analyses may require extra power consumption over the ...


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METHODS AND DEVICES COMBINING MULTIPLE CARDIAC RATE MEASUREMENTS WITH ACTIVATION AND ARRHYTHMIA ANALYSIS CORRECTION. CARDIAC PACEMAKERS, June 8, 2017: US20170156670-A1

In some examples, cardiac cycle detection may be used as a more or less default approach to cardiac activity tracking. Additional rate measurement relying on different sources or analyses may require extra power consumption over the cycle detection methods. Therefore, new methods and devices are dis ...


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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ARRHYTHMIA DETECTION. April 19, 2018: US20180104502-A1

Systems and methods for detecting cardiac arrhythmias such as an atrial fibrillation (AF) are described herein. The AF detection system includes a sensor circuit to sense a physiological signal, a heartbeat processor to recognize a plurality of beat patterns using cycle length of two more consecutiv ...