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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
  • 2196 Country Walk, Snellville, GA 30039
  • Houston, TX
  • 12 Morrison Ln, Westford, MA 01886
  • Bloomington, IN
  • Waltham, MA
  • Burlington, MA

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,
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Benedict Shia - Needham MA,
Anthony Tremaglio - Charlestown MA,
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.

Waste Management System

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US Patent:
20100280489, Nov 4, 2010
Filed:
Jul 22, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/669876
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Jeffrey Francis Kline - Dunwoody GA,
Ronald L. Bracken - Conyers GA,
International Classification:
A61L 29/16
A61M 27/00
A61M 25/10
A61M 37/00
US Classification:
604514, 604328, 604276, 604 9601, 604 26, 604265
Abstract:
A waste management system includes a waste transport device and a waste collection device. The waste management system may include a securement device for maintaining the position of the waste transport device following insertion. The waste transport device may include a modular medication delivery apparatus with a disposable delivery device for delivering medication to the patient following insertion of the waste transport device.

Securement System For A Medical Article

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US Patent:
20090143742, Jun 4, 2009
Filed:
Jul 17, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/175351
Inventors:
Ronald L. Bracken - Monroe GA,
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Larry White - Duluth GA,
Robert Young - Loganville GA,
Assignee:
C.R. BARD, INC. - Covington GA
International Classification:
A61M 5/32
US Classification:
604180, 604174
Abstract:
A securement system for anchoring a medical article to a patient includes a pliant holding device. The device has a body and a plurality of tentacles extending from the body. The tentacles compress and may conform around at least a portion of the medical article to form a secure mount. The holding device may also cushion the medical article and protect the site of attachment on the patient while promoting air circulation. The holding device may include a support and a hinge so that the holding device may be swung away from the medical article to provide easy access for a medical provider.

Waste Management System

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US Patent:
20090216206, Aug 27, 2009
Filed:
May 1, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/434446
Inventors:
Vasu NISHTALA - Snellville GA,
Michele Gandy Davis - Forsyth GA,
Ronald L. Bracken - Conyers GA,
Robert M. Hine - Covington GA,
Assignee:
C. R. Bard, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61M 1/00
US Classification:
604327
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, and a first section having a lumen in fluid communication with a lumen of the collection member.

Renal Monitor

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US Patent:
20100121220, May 13, 2010
Filed:
Feb 18, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/527977
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Assignee:
C. R. Bard, Inc - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61B 5/20
US Classification:
600581, 600584
Abstract:
A continuous Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR) estimation system may include a Foley catheter, a continuous urine creatinine sensor, and a urine output monitor. The continuous GFR estimation system computes creatinine clearance as CrCl=(U×U)/(P×I), where Uis urine creatinine in mg/dL, Uis urine volume in mL, Pis plasma (serum) creatinine in mL, and Iis time in minutes. A Foley catheter may be used to withdraw urine from the bladder. The urine may be delivered to a urine output monitor that provides the Uvalue over a time I. Attached to the catheter is the flow-through continuous urine creatinine sensor for providing the Uvalue. The remaining parameter is P. Because serum creatinine levels do not change rapidly over time, a blood sample may be withdrawn prior to the start of the continuous GFR to obtain the Pr value.

Multi-Functional And Modular Urine Collection System

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US Patent:
20100137743, Jun 3, 2010
Filed:
Jan 19, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/689870
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Robert M. Hine - Covington GA,
Assignee:
C. R. Bard, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61B 5/20
US Classification:
600575, 600584
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. The urine collection system may include a widened profile to permit urine to cascade from one column to the another and/or may include one or more floats to minimize meniscus errors. The floats may include active agents, may change color based on pH, and may be calibrated to indicate the specific gravity of the urine.

Foley Catheter Having Sterile Barrier

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US Patent:
20100198195, Aug 5, 2010
Filed:
Jul 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/669181
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Steven Carleo - Covington GA,
Assignee:
C. R. BARD, INC. - Covington GA
International Classification:
A61M 27/00
US Classification:
604544
Abstract:
A urinary catheter () for indwelling introduction into a patient's urethra. The catheter includes an elongated flexible body portion () formed of a polymer. The elongated flexible body portion () includes a flexible introducing member. The flexible introducing member () has a longitudinal bore. The bore can slideably position the introducing member () along the flexible body portion. A flexible polymeric sleeve () is affixed to the flexible introducing member. The flexible polymeric sleeve () can cover a substantial portion of the flexible body portion (). The method and apparatus can minimize the likelihood of infection by proving a sterile sleeve barrier on the catheter.

Waste Management System

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US Patent:
20100222754, Sep 2, 2010
Filed:
Oct 11, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/438200
Inventors:
Vasu Nishtala - Snellville GA,
Michele Gandy Davis - Forsyth GA,
Ronald L. Bracken - Conyers GA,
Robert M. Hine - Covington GA,
Assignee:
C.R. Bard, Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
A61F 5/44
A61M 1/00
US Classification:
604328, 604317
Abstract:
A waste management system includes a waste transport device and a waste collection device. The waste transport device may include a first connector member configured for releasable connection to a second connector member on the waste collection device. The system may also include an insertion device to facilitate insertion of the waste transport device into the rectum of a patient.
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