|| List of recent Electrical Card-related patents
| Leadless pacemaker with improved conducted communication|
A leadless implantable medical device can include a hermetically scaled housing including a cylindrical body, a first surface at a first capped end of the cylindrical body, and a second surface at a second capped end of the cylindrical body. A first electrode can be located at the first capped end and a second electrode can be located on the second surface.
Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc.
| Leadless pacemaker with tripolar electrode|
A leadless implantable medical device comprises a first electrode configured to deliver electrical pacing energy, a second electrode configured to sense intrinsic electrical cardiac activity, and a third electrode configurable to both deliver electrical pacing energy and sense intrinsic electrical cardiac activity. The first and third electrodes are used for delivering electrical pacing energy and the second and third electrodes are used to sense intrinsic electrical cardiac activity.
Cardiac Pacemakers, Inc.
|System for providing an electrical activity map|
The invention relates to a system for providing an electrical cardiac activity map by means of electrical signals acquired by a plurality of surface electrodes on an outer surface of a living being (6). A cardiac structure position determination unit (12) determines a position of a cardiac structure, in particular, of the epicardial surface, based on provided projection images, wherein an anatomical cardiac model is adapted to the projection images.
Koninklijke Philips N.v.
|Card edge connector with an improved housing|
A card edge connector which could be inserted by an electrical card with a pair of slopes in its bottom edge includes an insulating housing and a plurality of contacts retained in the insulating housing. The insulating housing includes a top surface, an elongated passageway which recesses from the top surface, and a pair of ladder sections or protruding portions which protrude into the passageway for supporting the slopes.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.
|Electrical card connector with improved metal shell|
An electrical card connector comprises an insulative housing, a plurality of contacts mounted to the insulative housing and a cover covering the insulative housing. The insulative housing defines a receiving space and a mounting wall in a rear of the receiving space.
|Electrical card connector|
An electrical card connector 100 comprises an insulative housing 1 defining a card receiving space 12, a plurality of contacts 2 retained in the housing 1 and an ejector 3 assembled to the housing 1. The ejector 3 comprises a slider 31, a spring 32 and a cam follower 33.
|Systems and methods for using pulmonary artery pressure from an implantable sensor to detect mitral regurgitation and optimize pacing delays|
Techniques are provided for use with a pulmonary artery pressure (pap) monitor having an implantable pap sensor. In one example, a pap signal is sensed that is representative of beat-by-beat variations in pap occurring during individual cardiac cycles of the patient.
|Implanted cardiac device for defibrillation|
An implantable medical device for delivering electrical cardiac therapy includes a first implantable housing containing a battery. There is also a second implantable housing separate from the first implantable housing and containing at least one of: electronic circuitry adapted to evaluate and initiate electrical cardiac therapy, a storage capacitor and an electrode structure comprising a sensing electrode, a pacing electrode and a therapy electrode.
|Card edge connector|
A card edge connector defines an insulative housing, the housing includes a lengthwise base portion with opposite end walls along a lengthwise direction thereof, and a card-receiving slot runs forwards for an electrical card; a plurality of terminals are loaded in the housing and the terminals defines contacting portions exposing to the card-receiving slot and welding portions extending out of the housing; a pair of latch members are fixed to the end walls, each latch member comprises a locking portion, the locking portion bends inwards and downwards slantwise, the locking portion also defines an upper guiding surface and a lower resisting surface opposite to the upper guiding surface, wherein the guiding surfaces are disposed slantwise to the electrical card while the resisting surface is parallel to the electrical card.. .
|Electrical card connector with locking portion|
An electrical card (100) connector includes an insulative housing (1), a set of contacts (2) received in the housing and a locking portion (17) retained in the housing (1). The housing (1) defines a receiving cavity (10) for receiving an electrical card.
Electrical card connector with metal shell
An electrical card connector includes an insulative housing, a plurality of the contacts received in the insulative housing and a metal shell covering the insulative housing. The insulative housing has a receiving cavity receiving a first and a second electrical cards.
Card connector with card ejection mechanism
A card connector includes a housing defining a receiving space with an entrance, an ejection member, a resilient member received in the receiving space, and a latching member slidable to the housing. The ejection member includes an ejection portion slidable in the receiving space and an engaging portion comprising an engaging surface.
Electrical card connector
An electrical card connector includes an insulative housing, a plurality of contacts retained in the insulative housing, a push-push mechanism and a metal shell. The push-push mechanism includes a slider and a link rod.
Electrical card connector
An electrical connector 100 includes an insulative housing 1, a set of contacts 3 and a shell 6. The housing 1 includes a base 11 and a tongue 22 extending forwardly from the base 11.
Phrenic nerve stimulation detection
In an example, a system includes a cardiac pulse generator configured to generate cardiac paces to pace the heart, a sensor configured to sense a physiological signal for use in detecting pace-induced phrenic nerve stimulation where the pace-induced phrenic nerve stimulation is phrenic nerve stimulation induced by electrical cardiac pace signals, and a phrenic nerve stimulation detector configured to analyze the sensed physiological signal to detect ps beats where the ps beats are cardiac paces that induce phrenic nerve stimulation. The detector may be configured to correlate signal data for sensed beat signals to a ps template to detect ps beats, or may be configured to analyze morphological features of sensed beat signals to detect ps beats, or may be configured to detect ps beats using a combination that both correlates signal data for sensed beat signals to a ps template and analyzes morphological features of sensed beat signals..
Positioning assembly able to position electrical card
The positioning assembly able to position electrical card is disposed on a printed circuit board able to be connected with electrical card, and comprising: a base unit and a spring unit, wherein the base unit further includes a base body, and a spring accommodating space disposed on one side of the base body; the spring unit further includes an inserting portion able to insert into the spring accommodating space and a pressing portion extendedly formed on one end of the inserting portion, thus the torque formed on the spring unit can be small after the pressing portion of the spring unit being acted, and the spring unit is not broken easily. Two first protruding blocks of the inserting portion are able to be engaged at two blocking portions of the spring accommodating space, so that the spring unit can be assembled with the base unit steadily;.
Managing cross therapy delivery in a multiple therapy implantable device
An apparatus comprises a cardiac signal sensing circuit configured to sense an electrical cardiac signal from at least one of an atrium or ventricle of a heart of a subject, a therapy circuit configured to provide electrical pacing therapy and electrical neural stimulation therapy to the subject, and a control circuit. The control circuit is configured to initiate delivery of the electrical pacing therapy, initiate a blanking period in a time relationship to the delivery of electrical pacing therapy, and initiate delivery of the electrical neural stimulation therapy to the subject during the blanking period.
Cardioverters for elminating atrial fibrillation
The invention relates to two independently operating electrical cardioverters, each having an integrated stimulator for heart therapy. The cardioverters and stimulators have two separate final stages, which can deliver shock pulses or stimulation pulses at a time offset from each other, but can also be controlled by the ventricular ecg and synchronized accordingly..
Managing cross therapy sensing in a multiple therapy implantable device
An apparatus comprises a cardiac signal sensing circuit configured to sense an electrical cardiac signal from at least one of an atrium or ventricle of a heart of a subject, a therapy circuit configured to provide electrical pacing therapy and electrical autonomic neural modulation therapy to the subject, and a control circuit. The control circuit is configured to initiate delivery of the autonomic modulation neural therapy, and the control circuit includes a signal detection circuit configured to detect delivery of the autonomic neural modulation therapy in the sensed cardiac signal.
Electrical card connector
An electrical card connector 100 comprises an insulative housing 1 defining a card receiving space 12, a plurality of contacts 2 retained in the housing 1, an ejector 3 assembled to the housing 1 and a metal shell 4. The ejector 3 comprises a slider 31, a spring 32 and a cam follower 33 for controlling positions of the slider 31.
Evaluation of cardiac dyssynchrony based on chest wall motion and electrical cardiac activity
Cardiac dyssynchrony of a patient may be evaluated based on electrical activity of a heart of the patient and corresponding chest wall motion of the patient sensed via an external accelerometer. In one example, an acceleration signal indicative of the chest wall motion is generated by an external accelerometer positioned on the chest wall of the patient.
A card connector includes a body, a first contact, and a second contact. The body includes an electrical card receiving groove with an upper sidewall and a lower sidewall.
Provided is a card connector, including a housing and a plurality of electrical contacts. The housing includes an upper housing and a lower housing connected each other.
Electrical card connector
An electrical card connector (100) includes an insulative housing (1), a plurality of contacts (2) and an ejector (3) assembled to the insulative housing (1). The insulative housing (1) defines an inserting slot (15) and an inserting opening (150) in front of the inserting slot (15).