A blog about what is new (and old) in the world of active implantable medical devices 

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Neuros Medical’s Implantable Device to Alleviate Amputation Pain

Image Credit: Neuros Medical Neuros Medical was founded by Jon J. Snyder in Cleveland, OH in 2008 to develop a neurostimulation therapy to alleviate chronic pain.  The company’s Electrical Nerve Block™ technology is based on research done at Case Western Reserve University. The company’s Nerve Block is an implantable device that delivers high-frequency stimulation to sensory nerves in the

 
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Reliability Analysis of Active Implantable Medical Devices

We conduct reliability analyses for our implantable devices on a continued basis.  I’ve spent the last few days readying the data for this period’s analysis, and thought that  a short primer on how this is actually done would be of interest to fellow engineers who may need it at some point. You surely have heard

 
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NeuroVista’s Implantable EEG for Seizure Prediction

Seattle-based NeuroVista was founded in 2002 by Dr. Daniel DiLorenzo to develop an implantable device for the early detection of epileptic seizures. The NeuroVista seizure advisory system is based on an implantable device that senses EEG irregularities that precede a seizure. Early warning allows patients to take medicine and find a safe place to lie down. Although some

 
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Radiation-Hardened ICs for Implantable Medical Devices

Lately I’ve received many inquiries about the paper on radiation-hardness testing of implantable integrated circuits that I published with Dr. Larry Stotts (now Executive VP R&D at Biotronik), and the late Dr. John Prince.  This is because the effects of medical diagnostic and therapeutic radiation are becoming an issue of concern to physicians who often encounter

 
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