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Publication NumberEP 2830491 B1Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2013-03-26Publication Date2019-05-08
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Publication NumberEP 3308431 A1Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2016-06-08Publication Date2018-04-18
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Publication NumberUS 9583891Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2015-06-10Publication Date2017-02-28
An electrical connector for connecting plural multi-contact linear arrays with an electrical system, including: a base portion having a base member and an alignment member on the base member configured to hold the multi-contact linear arrays in place; an interconnect portion configured to mate with the base portion and having (1) a plurality of pins mounted thereto, each pin positioned for contact with a respective contact of the multi-contact linear arrays, and (2) an interconnect array havi…
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Publication NumberUS 20160029916Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2015-10-12Publication Date2016-02-04
A cortical sensing device for contact with the surface of the brain is provided that includes a support member, at least one macroelectrode sensing element secured with respect to the support member and at least one microelectrode sensing element secured with respect to the macroelectrode. The support member is substantially thin and made from flexibly-conformable material to accurately and safely place the sensing device upon the brain surface. The microelectrode sensing element is surrounde…
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Publication NumberUS 9155486Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2015-01-29Publication Date2015-10-13
A cortical sensing device for contact with the surface of the brain is provided that includes a support member, at least one macroelectrode sensing element secured with respect to the support member and at least one microelectrode sensing element secured with respect to the macroelectrode. The support member is substantially thin and made from flexibly-conformable material to accurately and safely place the sensing device upon the brain surface. The microelectrode sensing element is surrounde…
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Publication NumberEP 2925221 A1Filing StatusPatent ApplicationAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2013-10-17Publication Date2015-10-07
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Publication NumberUS 9072864Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2012-11-28Publication Date2015-07-07
A catheter assembly for intracranial treatment of a patient for facilitating concurrent electrical sensing and fluid flow is provided and includes an outer flexible tube having a proximal end, a principal lumen extending therealong to the proximal end, and at least one radial aperture through the wall communicating with the lumen as well as a secondary lumen adjacent to the tube outer-wall surface and extending therealong. The catheter assembly including a depth electrode within the secondary…
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Publication NumberEP 2645925 B1Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2011-11-28Publication Date2015-05-13
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Publication NumberUS 8977335Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2012-03-29Publication Date2015-03-10
A cortical sensing device for contact with the surface of the brain is provided that includes a support member, at least one macroelectrode sensing element secured with respect to the support member and at least one microelectrode sensing element secured with respect to the macroelectrode. The support member is substantially thin and made from flexibly-conformable material to accurately and safely place the sensing device upon the brain surface. The microelectrode sensing element is surrounde…
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Publication NumberUS 8594793Filing StatusIssued PatentAvailabilityUnknownFiling Date2007-11-20Publication Date2013-11-26
An electrical connector for connecting a multi-contact medical electrode device with a plural-contact tail. Having a tail-receiving first elongate member with a tail-receiving void and a second elongate member. The second elongate member has a nesting surface and an array of electrical conductors which are spring-loaded pin plunger devices. The spring-loaded pin plunger devices having movable pins that project into the tail-receiving void. The second elongate member also having at least one c…
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