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Apparatus and Method for the Automated Control of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Based on Current and Forecasted Weather Conditions
6 Jan 22
Apparatus for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in a user, the apparatus comprising: a stimulator for electrically stimulating at least one nerve with at least one stimulation pulse; a controller connected to the stimulator for controlling at least one characteristic of the at least one stimulation pulse; an analyzer for identifying the current and future presence of pain-altering patterns based on weather and/or environmental factors; and a processor connected to the analyzer and the controller for modulating the at least one characteristic of the at least one stimulation pulse according to the pain-altering patterns identified by the analyzer.
Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong
Filed: 13 Jul 21
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Detecting cutaneous electrode peeling using electrode-skin impedance
7 Dec 21
Shai Gozani, Xuan Kong, Andres Aguirre, Tom Ferree
Filed: 24 Dec 18
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Apparatus and Method for Button-free Control of a Wearable Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator Using Interactive Gestures and Other Means
26 Aug 21
Apparatus for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in a user, the apparatus comprising: a stimulator for electrically stimulating at least one nerve; a stimulator housing; a monitor for monitoring transient motion of the stimulator housing; an analyzer for analyzing transient motion monitored by the monitor for determining whether transient motion of the stimulator housing has occurred; and a controller for automatically transitioning at least one of the stimulator, the monitor, and the analyzer between a standby mode and a power save mode; wherein the power save mode supports a subset of the functionality of the stimulator and the monitor which is available in the standby mode so as to conserve battery power in the power save mode.
Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong, Thomas C. Ferree
Filed: 9 Mar 21
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Apparatus and method for the automated control of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation based on current and forecasted weather conditions
13 Jul 21
Apparatus for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in a user, the apparatus comprising: a stimulator for electrically stimulating at least one nerve with at least one stimulation pulse; a controller connected to the stimulator for controlling at least one characteristic of the at least one stimulation pulse; an analyzer for identifying the current and future presence of pain-altering patterns based on weather and/or environmental factors; and a processor connected to the analyzer and the controller for modulating the at least one characteristic of the at least one stimulation pulse according to the pain-altering patterns identified by the analyzer.
Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong
Filed: 29 May 18
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Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Using Novel Unbalanced Biphasic Waveform and Novel Electrode Arrangement
8 Jul 21
The present invention is directed to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) devices which utilize novel stimulation waveforms and novel arrangements of TENS electrodes to improve the efficiency of power consumption while enhancing therapeutic effects.
Glenn Herb, Andres Aguirre, Xuan Kong, Shai N. Gozani
Filed: 15 Dec 20
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Apparatus and Method for Relieving Pain Using Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
11 Mar 21
Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong, Andres Aguirre, Glenn Herb, Marc Cryan, Michael Williams
Filed: 22 Sep 20
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Apparatus and method for button-free control of a wearable transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator using interactive gestures and other means
9 Mar 21
Apparatus for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in a user, the apparatus comprising: a stimulator for electrically stimulating at least one nerve; a stimulator housing; a monitor for monitoring transient motion of the stimulator housing; an analyzer for analyzing transient motion monitored by the monitor for determining whether transient motion of the stimulator housing has occurred; and a controller for automatically transitioning at least one of the stimulator, the monitor, and the analyzer between a standby mode and a power save mode; wherein the power save mode supports a subset of the functionality of the stimulator and the monitor which is available in the standby mode so as to conserve battery power in the power save mode.
Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong, Thomas C. Ferree
Filed: 18 Jun 18
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Apparatus and method for the automated measurement of sural nerve conduction velocity and amplitude
4 Jan 21
Apparatus for measuring sural nerve conduction velocity and amplitude, the apparatus including a housing; stimulation means for electrically stimulating a human sural nerve; a biosensor comprising a plurality of electrodes for detecting a sural nerve response evoked by the stimulation means; acquisition means electrically connected to the biosensor for electrically acquiring the sural nerve response detected by the biosensor; processing means electrically connected to the acquisition means for digitizing, processing and storing the acquired sural nerve response; calculation means electrically connected to the processing means for calculating the conduction velocity and amplitude of the processed sural nerve response; and display means for displaying the sural nerve conduction velocity and amplitude; wherein the stimulation means and the biosensor are designed to be placed on a patient's anatomy, in the vicinity of a sural nerve.
Bonniejean Boettcher, Marc Cryan, Shai N. Gozani, Glenn Herb, Xuan Kong, Michael Williams, Charles Fendrock
Filed: 2 Nov 15
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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation using novel unbalanced biphasic waveform and novel electrode arrangement
14 Dec 20
The present invention is directed to transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) devices which utilize novel stimulation waveforms and novel arrangements of TENS electrodes to improve the efficiency of power consumption while enhancing therapeutic effects.
Glenn Herb, Andres Aguirre, Xuan Kong, Shai N. Gozani
Filed: 29 Oct 18
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Apparatus and method for relieving pain using transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
21 Sep 20
Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong, Andres Aguirre, Glenn Herb, Marc Cryan, Michael Williams
Filed: 22 May 17
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Intelligent Determination of Therapeutic Stimulation Intensity for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
10 Jun 20
Apparatus for assessing the accuracy of a target stimulation intensity level used in transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation to a user, the apparatus comprising: a calculation unit for calculating a set of expected values of the target stimulation intensity level for a desired sensation based on a profile of the user; a stimulation unit for electrically stimulating at least one nerve of the user at one or more stimulation levels; a discovery unit for enabling the user to indicate a target stimulation intensity level at which the electrical stimulation to the user evokes the desired sensation from the user; and an assessment unit to determine the accuracy of the indicated target stimulation intensity level based on the expected set of values of the target stimulation intensity level for the desired sensation.
Xuan Kong, Rebecca A. Burrell, Shai N. Gozani
Filed: 5 Dec 19
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Dynamic Control of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Therapy Using Continuous Sleep Detection
29 Jan 20
Apparatus for providing transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) therapy to a user, said apparatus comprising: a housing; an application unit for providing mechanical coupling between the housing and the user's body; a stimulation unit for electrically stimulating at least one nerve of the user; a sensing unit for (i) sensing the user's body movement and body orientation to determine whether the user is in an “out-of-bed” state or a “rest-in-bed” state, and (ii) analyzing the sleep characteristics of the user during the “rest-in-bed” state; and a feedback unit for at least one of (i) providing the user with feedback in response to the analysis of the sleep characteristics of the user, and (ii) modifying the electrical stimulation provided to the user by the stimulation unit in response to the analysis of the sleep characteristics of the user; wherein the sleep characteristics comprise a likelihood measure of the user's sleep quality.
Thomas C. Ferree, Shai N. Gozani, Xuan Kong
Filed: 1 Jul 19
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Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator with Automatic Detection of User Sleep-wake State
22 Jan 20
Shai Gozani, Xuan Kong, Tom Ferree
Filed: 6 May 19
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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device strap
4 Nov 19
Marc Cryan, Bonniejean Boettcher, Elizabeth P. Goodrich, Evan Williams
Filed: 20 Sep 17
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Design
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device
7 Oct 19
Marc Cryan, Bonniejean Boettcher, Elizabeth P. Goodrich, Evan Williams, Gregory Scott Torrisi, Martin Jacob
Filed: 22 Mar 18
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Design
Apparatus for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
30 Sep 19
Marc Cryan, Bonniejean Boettcher, Elizabeth P. Goodrich, Evan Williams
Filed: 14 May 18
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