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  • 7 Old Colony Cir, Wolcott, CT 06716 (860) 621-7545 (203) 879-9123
  • Framingham, MA
  • North Haven, CT
  • 48 Russet Ln, Southington, CT 06489 (860) 621-7545
  • 38 Russet Ln, Southington, CT 06489
  • Norfolk, MA
  • Wallingford, CT
  • New Milford, CT
  • Newtonville, MA

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Position: Engineering and manufacturing operations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Medical Devices

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Engineering And Manufacturing Operations

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Location:
7 Old Colony Cir, Wolcott, CT 06716
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:

Engineering and Manufacturing Operations

Publications

Us Patents

Medical Device With Tail(S) For Assisting Flow Of Urine

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US Patent:
6849069, Feb 1, 2005
Filed:
Nov 6, 1996
Appl. No.:
08/743885
Inventors:
Ralph V. Clayman - Clayton MO, US
Alyssa J. Dassa - Wayne NJ, US
Christopher Fishbein - Norfolk MA, US
Douglas E. Godshall - Franklin MA, US
Assignee:
Boston Scientitfic Corporation - Natick MA
International Classification:
A61M 2700
A61M 100
A61F 236
US Classification:
604544, 604317, 623 2364, 623 237
Abstract:
A ureteral stent for assisting movement of urine along a patient's ureter and into the patient's bladder. The stent includes an elongated tubular segment extending toward the bladder from a kidney end region for placement in the renal cavity to a bladder end region. A central lumen connects at least one opening at the first end region to at least one opening in the bladder end region. Thin flexible tail(s) are attached to the bladder end region of the tubular segment at a point outside the bladder so as to receive urine from the opening in the bladder end region of the tubular segment and to transport urine from there across the ureter/bladder junction and into the bladder. The tails include an elongated external urine-transport surface sized and configured to transport urine along the ureter. The urine transporting surface(s) are sized and configured to extend along at least part of the ureter, across the ureter/bladder junction, and from there into the bladder.

Suture Winding Device

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US Patent:
7694489, Apr 13, 2010
Filed:
May 31, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/809081
Inventors:
Michael Prescott - Hamden CT, US
Christopher G. Fishbein - Wolcott CT, US
Assignee:
Tyco Healthcare Group LP - North Haven CT
International Classification:
B65B 63/04
A61B 17/06
US Classification:
53116, 206 633, 242129, 242362
Abstract:
A suture winding device is provided that includes a holder and a base having a needle holder for receiving a needle with a quantity of attached suture attached thereto. A plurality of rods are disposed on the base that may be arranged in one or more arrays. The plurality of rods contribute to the alignment of a retainer disposed on the base that includes first and second members that may be joined together using pressure and/or heat. Prior to joining the first and second members of the retainer, the base may be rotated to form loops of suture around the arrays of rods.

Apparatus And Method For Joining Similar Or Dissimilar Suture Products

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US Patent:
8517073, Aug 27, 2013
Filed:
Jun 1, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/791501
Inventors:
Michael Bogart - Milford CT, US
Christopher F. Fishbein - Wolcott CT, US
David S. Kirsch - Madison CT, US
Gregg Krehel - Newtown CT, US
Russell Pribanic - Milford CT, US
Assignee:
Covidien LP - Mansfield MA
International Classification:
B32B 37/00
US Classification:
156499, 156502, 1565801, 606232
Abstract:
An apparatus, system and method for joining a first length of suture with a second length of suture are provided. The apparatus includes a substantially cylindrical body have a first end and a second end, a first cavity formed in the first end for receiving an end of the first length of suture, and a second cavity formed in the second end for receiving an end of the second length of suture, wherein the ends of the first and second lengths of sutures are welded within respective first and second cavities. The first and second lengths of suture may include the same or different diameters. The first and second cavities may be separated by a divider, or instead, may be continuous. The end of the first length of suture may abut the end of the second length of suture within the cylindrical body.

Suture Winding Device And Methods Of Use Thereof

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US Patent:
20080093231, Apr 24, 2008
Filed:
Dec 14, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/002254
Inventors:
Michael Prescott - Hamden CT, US
Christopher Fishbein - Wolcott CT, US
International Classification:
A61B 17/06
US Classification:
206063300
Abstract:
A suture winding device is provided that includes a holder and a base having a needle holder for receiving a needle with a quantity of attached suture attached therto. A plurality of rods is disposed on the base that may be arranged in one or more arrays. The plurality of rods at contribute to the alignment of a retainer disposed on the base that includes first and second members that may be joined together using pressure and/or heat. Prior to joining the first and second members of the retainer, the base may be rotated to form loops of suture around the arrays of rods.

Deployment System For Surgical Suture

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US Patent:
20090259233, Oct 15, 2009
Filed:
Mar 31, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/415288
Inventors:
Michael Bogart - Milford CT, US
Gregg Krehel - Newtown CT, US
Christopher Fishbein - Wolcott CT, US
Russell Pribanic - New Milford CT, US
David Kirsch - Madison CT, US
Timothy D. Kosa - Hamden CT, US
Nicholas Maiorino - Branford CT, US
Mark S. Buchter - Ansonia CT, US
International Classification:
A61B 17/04
US Classification:
606144
Abstract:
A suture deployment system is disclosed including a surgical needle having a flexible suture fixedly attached thereto and a target suture releasably secured to the flexible suture. A collar is positioned between the flexible suture and the target suture and is fixedly secured to the flexible suture. The target suture is releasably secured to the collar is such that the target suture may detach from the collar once a surgical procedure has been completed. The surgical needle is a double pointed surgical needle specifically configured to be manipulated by a surgical suturing apparatus.

Deployment System For Surgical Suture

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US Patent:
20100228270, Sep 9, 2010
Filed:
Mar 12, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/722860
Inventors:
Michael Bogart - Milford CT, US
Gregg Krehel - Newtown CT, US
Christopher Fishbein - Wolcott CT, US
Russell Pribanic - New Milford CT, US
David Kirsch - Madison CT, US
Timothy D. Kosa - Hamden CT, US
Nicholas Maiorino - Branford CT, US
Mark S. Buchter - Ansonia CT, US
Ahmad Robert Hadba - Middlefield CT, US
Gerald Hodgkinson - Guilford CT, US
William R. Bowns - Ansonia CT, US
International Classification:
A61B 17/04
US Classification:
606144
Abstract:
A suture deployment system is disclosed including a surgical needle having a flexible suture fixedly attached thereto and a target suture releasably secured to the flexible suture. Either the flexible suture or the target suture may be made of a shape memory polymer. A collar is positioned between the flexible suture and the target suture and is fixedly secured to the flexible suture. The target suture is releasably secured to the collar is such that the target suture may detach from the collar once a surgical procedure has been completed. The surgical needle is a double pointed surgical needle specifically configured to be manipulated by a surgical suturing apparatus.

Apparatus And Method For Joining Similar Or Dissimilar Suture Products

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US Patent:
20130338685, Dec 19, 2013
Filed:
Aug 22, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/973050
Inventors:
Christopher G. Fishbein - Wolcott CT, US
David S. Kirsch - Madison CT, US
Gregg Krehel - Newtown CT, US
Russell Pribanic - Roxbury CT, US
Assignee:
Covidien LP - Mansfield MA
International Classification:
A61B 17/04
US Classification:
606148
Abstract:
An apparatus, system and method for joining a first length of suture with a second length of suture are provided. The apparatus includes a substantially cylindrical body have a first end and a second end, a first cavity formed in the first end for receiving an end of the first length of suture, and a second cavity formed in the second end for receiving an end of the second length of suture, wherein the ends of the first and second lengths of sutures are welded within respective first and second cavities. The first and second lengths of suture may include the same or different diameters. The first and second cavities may be separated by a divider, or instead, may be continuous. The end of the first length of suture may abut the end of the second length of suture within the cylindrical body.

Ultrasound Imaging Catheter With A Cutting Element

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US Patent:
59679840, Oct 19, 1999
Filed:
Nov 27, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/757848
Inventors:
Michael S. H. Chu - Brookline MA
Yem Chin - Burlington MA
Demetrius H. Bagley - Philadelphia PA
William H. Stahley - Andover MA
David K. Young - Boston MA
Christopher G. Fishbein - Norfolk MA
George G. Brusard - Cambridge MA
Assignee:
Boston Scientific Corporation - Natick MA
International Classification:
A61B 812
US Classification:
600439
Abstract:
The invention features a catheter having a catheter body of extended length for insertion within a body of a living being. The catheter also includes an ultrasound imaging device disposed within a distal portion of the catheter body. The ultrasound imaging device generates electrical signals used by an ultrasound imaging system to display a real-time image of tissue surrounding the distal portion of the catheter. The catheter further includes a cutting element, e. g. , an electrode wire or a laser fiber, having a proximal portion disposed within the catheter body. The catheter also includes a mechanism connected to the catheter body that causes the distal portion of the cutting element to extend from the catheter body. The distal portion of the cutting element generates energy in tissue with which it is brought in proximity to form a cut in the tissue. The ultrasound imaging device is positioned relative to the cutting element such that the real-time image produced by the ultrasound imaging system can include the cutting element in relation to the tissue.
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