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  • Lakewood Ranch, FL
  • Manasota, FL
  • 4540 Gulf Of Mexico Dr #6, Longboat Key, FL 34228 (585) 346-6544
  • 3841 Grayshores Rd, Geneseo, NY 14454 (585) 346-6544 (585) 381-8663
  • 36 Willowbend Dr, Penfield, NY 14526 (585) 381-6525 (585) 381-8663 (716) 381-6525
  • 92 Holley Brook Dr, Penfield, NY 14526

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Indian people with the surname Sarbadhikari belong to a single and unique ... winning Barkha;; Dr. Suptendra Nath Sarbadhikari [6]; Kamal Sarbadhikari [7] ...

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Intraocular Lens Manufacturing Process

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US Patent:
6391230, May 21, 2002
Filed:
Feb 18, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/507151
Inventors:
Kamal K. Sarbadhikari - Penfield NY
Assignee:
Bausch Lomb Incorporated - Rochester NY
International Classification:
B29D 1100
US Classification:
264 138, 264 26, 264 27, 623 5, 623 6
Abstract:
A method of cast molding an intraocular implant from two or more dissimilar materials using disposable molds. The subject cast molding method is particularly useful in the production of intraocular lenses manufactured from dissimilar materials. It is desirable to produce intraocular lenses from dissimilar materials in order to optimize the optical characteristics of the intraocular lens optic portion and to optimize stability and flexibility characteristics of the intraocular lens haptic elements.

Customized Vision Correction Method And Business

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US Patent:
6499843, Dec 31, 2002
Filed:
Sep 13, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/661028
Inventors:
Ian G. Cox - Honeoye Falls NY
Howard P. Markman - Honeoye NY
Kamal Sarbadhikari - Penfield NY
Ronald J. Martino - Geneva NY
Kristian Hohla - Vaterstetten,
Assignee:
Bausch Lomb Incorporated - Rochester NY
International Classification:
A61B 300
US Classification:
351246
Abstract:
A method and business architecture for providing vision correction to a patient involves obtaining wavefront aberration measurement information and, optionally, patient history data, ordering data, dispensing data, billing data, and other information, from the patient; transmitting the various data to respective appropriate platforms, e. g. , transmitting the wavefront aberration information to a custom lens supply platform; producing a custom lens for the patient; and delivering a custom lens to the patient in a personalized manner. The method further involves fitting and measurement processes including in-situ lens shaping and custom manufacture of contact lenses, IOLs, inlays or onlays by laser ablation, lathing, casting/molding and machining. Business architectures according to the invention include segregating vision correction method steps into contractual, revenue generating business transactions.

Intraocular Lens Manufacturing Apparatus

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US Patent:
6732994, May 11, 2004
Filed:
Feb 27, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/084694
Inventors:
Kamal K. Sarbadhikari - Penfield NY
Assignee:
Bausch Lomb Incorporated - Rochester NY
International Classification:
B29D 1100
US Classification:
249134, 249160, 425808
Abstract:
A method of cast molding an intraocular implant from two or more dissimilar materials using disposable molds. The subject cast molding method is particularly useful in the production of intraocular lenses manufactured from dissimilar materials. It is desirable to produce intraocular lenses from dissimilar materials in order to optimize the optical characteristics of the intraocular lens optic portion and to optimize stability and flexibility characteristics of the intraocular lens haptic elements.

System And Method For Predictive Ophthalmic Correction

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US Patent:
7130835, Oct 31, 2006
Filed:
Dec 20, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/327229
Inventors:
Ian G. Cox - Honeoye Falls NY,
Barry T. Eagan - Salt Lake City UT,
Howard Markman - Honeoye NY,
Kamal Sarbadhikari - Penfield NY,
Kristian Hohla - Vaterstetten,
Gerhard Youssefi - Landshut,
Craig Schoof - Sammamish WA,
Assignee:
Bausch & Lomb Incorporated - Rochester NY
International Classification:
A61B 18/18
G06F 15/18
US Classification:
706 21, 606 4, 606 5
Abstract:
A system and method for providing a predictive outcome in the form of a predictive best instruction for a therapeutic ophthalmic correction of a patient's vision defects. The predictive best instruction is derived from prospective therapeutic-outcome-influencing, new information that is analyzed in conjunction with optimized, historical therapeutic-outcome information. The instruction is preferably an optimized, custom, photoablative algorithm for driving a photoablative, excimer laser. The instruction can be provided on a fee basis.

Mems Interstitial Prothrombin Time Test

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US Patent:
8328720, Dec 11, 2012
Filed:
Aug 11, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/189509
Inventors:
Jose Mir - Rochester NY,
Marek W. Kowarz - Henrietta NY,
Kamal K. Sarbadhikari - Geneseo NY,
Philip Ryan Ashe - Rochester NY,
Assignee:
Infotonics Technology Center, Inc. - Canandaigua NY
International Classification:
A61B 5/1459
US Classification:
600369
Abstract:
A method of determining a prothrombin time is disclosed. A mediator is applied to a stratum corneum. The stratum corneum is penetrated to allow the mediator to enter a region containing interstitial fluid and interact with at least one capillary, causing blood and/or blood components to leak from the at least one capillary into the region containing interstitial fluid. A characteristic affected by the blood and/or blood components is measured in the region containing interstitial fluid which correlates to the prothrombin time. A system for measuring prothrombin time is also disclosed. The system has a mediator, one or more microneedles, and a processor directly or indirectly coupled to the one or more microneedles and configured to determine a coagulation change in blood or blood components in a region around the one or more microneedles after the one or more microneedles penetrate a stratum corneum.

Replaceable Microneedle Cartridge For Biomedical Monitoring

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US Patent:
2011022, Sep 15, 2011
Filed:
Sep 8, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/877755
Inventors:
Jose Mir - Rochester NY,
John Spoonhower - Webster NY,
John A. Agostinelli - Rochester NY,
Larry Demejo - Rochester NY,
Kamal K. Sarbadhikari - Geneseo NY,
Assignee:
SensiVida Medical Technologies, Inc. - Henrietta NY
International Classification:
A61B 5/157
A61B 5/15
US Classification:
600317, 600575, 600309, 600365
Abstract:
A replaceable microneedle array for a biomedical monitor is disclosed. The microneedle array includes a plurality of moveable microneedles coated with at least one chemical sensing material coupled with a porous material. The microneedle array also includes a substrate defining wells to house the microneedles. The microneedle array further includes at least one restoring spring element coupled between each microneedle and the substrate such that each of the plurality of microneedles is held at least partially in an associated well.

Spatial Imaging Methods For Biomedical Monitoring And Systems Thereof

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US Patent:
2011031, Dec 29, 2011
Filed:
Sep 8, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/877738
Inventors:
Jose Mir - Rochester NY,
John Spoonhower - Webster NY,
John A. Agostinelli - Rochester NY,
Larry Demejo - Rochester NY,
Kamal K. Sarbadhikari - Geneseo NY,
Assignee:
SensiVida Medical Technologies, Inc. - Henrietta NY
International Classification:
A61B 5/00
US Classification:
600407
Abstract:
A method for monitoring at least one biomedical characteristic is disclosed. A first microneedle coated with one or more regions of a chemical sensing material is illuminated. One or more digital images are captured of the first microneedle, wherein at least one of the one or more digital images is captured after the first coated microneedle has been actuated to penetrate a subject's skin. Pixel information is spatially extracted from the captured one or more images to define one or more pixel sample areas corresponding to the one or more regions of a chemical sensing material. One or more spectral characteristics are determined for each of the one or more pixel sample areas. The at least one biomedical characteristic is determined for each of the one or more pixel sample areas based on the determined one or more spectral characteristics for each of the one or more pixel sample areas.

Electronic Imaging System Using A Removable Software-Enhanced Storage Device

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US Patent:
5477264, Dec 19, 1995
Filed:
Mar 29, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/219608
Inventors:
Kamal K. Sarbadhikari - Penfield NY
John R. Fredlund - Rochester NY
Kenneth A. Parulski - Rochester NY
Assignee:
Eastman Kodak Company - Rochester NY
International Classification:
H04N 576
US Classification:
348231
Abstract:
An electronic imaging system includes a digital electronic camera for capturing and storing images in a removable storage device, which is also preloaded with enhancement files for effecting the operation of the system. The camera includes an optical section for establishing the optical parameters of image capture, an image sensing section for electrically capturing the image, and a signal processing section for operating upon the electrically captured image prior to storage. The several sections of the camera are coordinated and controlled by a programmable processor, which is capable of receiving the enhancement files preloaded into the storage device. These files may contain software for updating the operating code of the camera, for modifying the electrically captured image in selected ways, for modifying camera in special situations, or for communicating non-captured image-like data, such as text and image overlays, to the camera.
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