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Vasu Nishtala

from Frisco, TX
Age ~55

Vasu Nishtala Phones & Addresses

  • Frisco, TX
  • Plano, TX
  • 2269 Bright Water Dr, Snellville, GA 30078
  • Houston, TX
  • 12 Morrison Ln, Westford, MA 01886
  • Bloomington, IN
  • Waltham, MA
  • Burlington, MA

Work

Company: Quest medical, inc. Jan 2012 Position: Vice president of engineering

Education

Degree: Masters, Master of Science In Mechanical Engineering School / High School: Clemson University 1988 to 1990 Specialities: Mechanical Engineering

Skills

Design Control • Patents • Project Planning • Market Research • Qfd

Industries

Medical Devices

Resumes

Resumes

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Vice President Of Engineering

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Location:
Dallas, TX
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Quest Medical, Inc.
Vice President of Engineering

Cr Bard Dec 2003 - Jan 2012
Director R and D

Acmi Jul 2002 - Nov 2003
Core Team Leader

Biovalve Technologies Aug 2000 - Jun 2002
Program Manager

Boston Scientific Aug 1993 - Jul 2000
R and D Manager - Design and Development
Education:
Clemson University 1988 - 1990
Masters, Master of Science In Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Visvesvaraya Technological University 1984 - 1988
Bachelor of Science In Mechanical Engineering, Bachelors, Engineering
Skills:
Design Control
Patents
Project Planning
Market Research
Qfd

Publications

Us Patents

Ureteral Stent

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US Patent:
7470247, Dec 30, 2008
Filed:
Apr 26, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/832495
Inventors:
Peter Aliski - Newton MA, US
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Benedict Shia - Needham MA, US
Anthony Tremaglio - Charlestown MA, US
Assignee:
Gyrus ACMI, Inc. - Southborough MA
International Classification:
A61M 5/00
A61F 2/04
US Classification:
604 8, 623 2366
Abstract:
A ureteral stent comprising an elongated tubular member having a body portion and opposed distal end portion and proximal end portion, the elongated tubular member defining a lumen therein; a retention disk comprising a plurality of generally axial, spaced-apart collapsable struts interconnected with a membrane to form a generalized tube with a retention disk lumen therein, the retention disk lumen in fluid communication with the lumen of the body portion, the struts and the membrane couple to the body portion proximal end at a retention disk distal end and terminate at a retention disk proximal end, each strut having a widthwise folding hinge substantially dividing the length of the strut, the struts adapted to have an expanded state wherein the struts are unfolded and substantially straight, as well as a free-resting state wherein each strut folds in upon itself at the folding hinge to form an inverted umbrella-like disk-shaped configuration; and a valve, wherein the inverted umbrella-like configuration provides a conformal shape to the ureteral orifice.

Stent With Flexible Elements

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US Patent:
7507218, Mar 24, 2009
Filed:
Apr 26, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/832859
Inventors:
Peter Aliski - Newton MA, US
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Benedict Shia - Needham MA, US
Anthony Tremaglio - Charlestown MA, US
Assignee:
Gyrus Acmi, Inc. - Southborough MA
International Classification:
A61F 2/04
A61M 5/00
US Classification:
604 8, 623 2366, 623 237
Abstract:
In accordance with the invention, there are provided medical devices for providing a fluid passage between two areas in the body. An embodiment of the present invention relates to a stent comprising a tubular member comprising a distal transition region and a proximal transition region adapted to provide the ability for the stent to accommodate the dynamic urinary tract anatomy that stretches and relaxes. The distal transition region and the proximal transition region is adapted to exhibit a physical property that provides both longitudinal elasticity, allowing for stretch and recoil, as well as radial elasticity, allowing for bending and recovery.

Injection Systems

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US Patent:
7931614, Apr 26, 2011
Filed:
Nov 30, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/001002
Inventors:
Robert R. Gonnelli - Mahwah NJ, US
David Lipson - No. Andover MA, US
Vasu Nishtala - Westford MA, US
Ciro Dimeglio - Shrewsbury MA, US
Assignee:
Valeritas, Inc. - Bridgewater NJ
International Classification:
A61M 5/30
A61M 37/00
US Classification:
604 68, 604 70, 604 86
Abstract:
The invention in general relates to various injection systems and devices that can be used, for example, in needleless injection systems for human, and for domestic and farm animals. In certain embodiments, the invention provides an injection system comprising: an injector defining a first cavity in fluid communication with an orifice configured for needleless injection; a housing defining a second cavity, the housing different than the injector; a first movable member between the first cavity and the second cavity, wherein the first movable member is configured to transfer a fluid from the second cavity to the first cavity; and wherein the first movable member is configured to be substantially stationary until the first movable member is moved by a propellant.

Multi-Functional And Modular Urine Collection System

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US Patent:
7931630, Apr 26, 2011
Filed:
Jul 5, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/175578
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Warren F. Taylor - Boulder CO, US
Robert M. Hine - Covington GA, US
Assignee:
C. R. Bard, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61M 1/00
US Classification:
604318, 604317, 604319, 604321, 604323, 604325, 604326, 604327, 604331, 604523, 604544, 600573, 600575, 600581
Abstract:
Multi-functional urine collection devices, embodiments of which can include a self-expanding container having a receptacle for receiving urine from the tubing, a pump for moving urine through the tubing and into a receptacle, extendable tubing that may be shortened and/or lengthened, and/or one or more meters for monitoring, measuring, transmitting or storing a characteristic from the urine.

Waste Management System

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US Patent:
8070736, Dec 6, 2011
Filed:
May 29, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/475346
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Michele Gandy Davis - Forsyth GA, US
Ronald L. Bracken - Conyers GA, US
Robert M. Hine - Covington GA, US
Assignee:
C. R. Bard, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61F 5/44
A61M 1/00
A61M 25/00
US Classification:
604328, 604327, 604317, 604264
Abstract:
A waste management system includes a waste transport device, a waste collection device, and an insertion device. The waste transport device includes a collection member with a distal end opening having a first cross-sectional area and a proximal end opening having a second cross-sectional area less than the first cross-sectional area, and a retention cuff disposed about an outer surface of the collection member. The insertion device is positioned about the collection member and retention cuff to retain the collection member and retention cuff in a collapsed configuration.

Waste Management System

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US Patent:
8075539, Dec 13, 2011
Filed:
May 8, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/463342
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Michele Gandy Davis - Forsyth GA, US
Ronald L. Bracken - Conyers GA, US
Robert M. Hine - Covington GA, US
Assignee:
C. R. Bard, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61F 5/44
A61M 1/00
US Classification:
604328, 604327, 604326, 604334, 604317
Abstract:
A waste management system includes a waste transport device and a waste collection device. The waste transport device includes a collection member with a distal end opening having a first cross-sectional area and a proximal end opening having a second cross-sectional area less than the first cross-sectional area, a retention cuff disposed about an outer surface of the collection member, a first section having a lumen in fluid communication with a lumen of the collection member, and a second section having a distal end connected to a proximal end of the first section, the second section including a flush lumen disposed along a length thereof.

Indwelling Urinary Drainage Catheter

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US Patent:
8137309, Mar 20, 2012
Filed:
Jun 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/994484
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Rex Nagao - Tokyo, JP
Assignee:
C.R. Brad, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61M 25/10
US Classification:
60410301, 604517, 60410307, 60410304, 604544
Abstract:
A catheter is described herein, having a catheter shaft including a proximal end and a distal end, a tip attached to the distal end, including first and second legs spaced apart to form a slot therebetween, the slot in fluid communication with a lumen of the catheter shaft, and a bladder inflatable element positioned over an outer surface of at least one of the first and second legs.

Support Clamp For Medical Line

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US Patent:
8146210, Apr 3, 2012
Filed:
Jul 17, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/175247
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA, US
Assignee:
C.R. Bard, Inc. - Covington GA
International Classification:
F16L 3/10
US Classification:
24 16R, 24518
Abstract:
A support device or clamp connects to a soft, flexible tube, such as a medical line, to hold the tube in an open condition. The device includes a flexible body with interengaging structure that biases the body into a desired shape when in a closed position or condition. The desired shape generally matches the outer shape of the medical line. An adhesive is disposed on the support device so as to contact the secured portion of the medical line to inhibit the walls of the line from collapsing or creasing. The support device may include base structure that has an adhesive lower surface for attaching the support device to a patient's skin.
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