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Wayne Manska Phones & Addresses

  • Yorba Linda, CA
  • 1921 Kellogg Dr, Anaheim, CA 92807
  • Orange, CA
  • Arcata, CA
  • Garden Grove, CA
  • Trinidad, CA
  • Arroyo Grande, CA
  • San Luis Obispo, CA

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Lingual Vibration Device

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US Patent:
6645164, Nov 11, 2003
Filed:
Jul 24, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/912667
Inventors:
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA,
International Classification:
A61H 100
US Classification:
601 70, 601 46, 601 67
Abstract:
A vibrating oral sex enhancement device comprising a mouthpiece and a controller. The mouthpiece retains a vibrator that is connected to the controller by electrical conductors, whereas the controller comprises a battery compartment, a battery and a switch and functions to power the vibrator. In use, a surface of the mouthpiece adjacent the vibrator contacts and imparts vibrations to the users tongue, which results in increased sexual pleasure to the users partner during oral sex. The device is comfortably stabilized in the users mouth such that vibrations are optimally imparted to the tongue while leaving the tongue free to move with respect to the mouthpiece. In certain embodiments the mouthpiece is stabilized by integral features of the mouthpiece itself. In other embodiments, the mouthpiece is stabilized by external structures such as elastic straps that are adapted to engage a posterior surface of the users head, neck or ears in such manner that a rearward, stabilizing force is imparted to the mouthpiece.

Compliant Press-Fit Electrical Contact

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US Patent:
46919791, Sep 8, 1987
Filed:
Aug 4, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/520151
Inventors:
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA
Assignee:
Manda R & D - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
H01R 1341
US Classification:
439 82
Abstract:
A compliant, press fit, electrical contact includes a relief groove which forms an area of reduced cross sectional thickness to provide a stress concentration, and thus a controlled region of plastic flow, to create a plastic-elastic hinge. When the contact is inserted into a plated through hole in a printed circuit board, the hinge elastically deforms until a predetermined push-in force is reached, at which time a controlled plastic flow begins. Once the point of plastic flow is reached, the amount of additional push in force required for additional deflection of the hinge is greatly reduced, so that smaller hole sizes may be accommodated with a relatively small additional push in force. However, the required minimum pull out force is maintained for the entire range of hole sizes, since elastic energy remains stored in the hinge, even after plastic flow begins. The contact is manufactured through a series of simple coining and punching operations, so that complex rounding and rolling operations are avoided.

Method And Apparatus For Automated Biopsy And Collection Of Soft Tissue

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US Patent:
55268226, Jun 18, 1996
Filed:
Mar 24, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/217246
Inventors:
Fred H. Burbank - San Juan Capistrano CA
Thomas J. Fogarty - Portola Valley CA
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA
Mark A. Ritchart - Murrieta CA
Timothy J. Ryan - Los Gatos CA
Elias A. Zerhouni - Baltimore MD
Assignee:
Biopsys Medical, Inc. - Irvine CA
International Classification:
A61B 1000
US Classification:
128754
Abstract:
A method and device for the automated biopsy and collection of soft tissue having a piercing needle with a receiving port to trap tissue prior to cutting. A motor drive directs and positions the tissue receiving port at a lesion site in arbitrary positions about and along the longitudinal axis of the device. A cutter advances into the receiving chamber and severs tissue which has prolapsed into the receiving port. The severed tissue is then removed from the receiving port without removing the piercing needle receiving port from the lesion site, thus allowing for the accurate, rapid removal of an arbitrary number of core samples with only one insertion. A tissue sample cassette provides storage for the samples as well as a means for coding and decoding the location from which the samples were obtained. Together, these features allow for more accurate and complete sampling of large lesions, for the complete removal of small lesions or removal of other tissue for a variety of reasons.

Device For Intercepting And Deflecting A Moving Body

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US Patent:
40450279, Aug 30, 1977
Filed:
Dec 15, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/640644
Inventors:
Wayne E. Manska - Santa Ana CA
International Classification:
A63B 6512
US Classification:
273 96R
Abstract:
There is disclosed an elongated member having two ends and a surface therebetween over which a body may be directed, the surface containing a center line of symmetry along the length thereof and being progressively curved along the center line with a radius of curvature adjacent one end gradually increasing in magnitude to a larger radius of curvature adjacent the other end such that the curvature adjacent the other end substantially approximates the path of the body in motion which may be intercepted by the elongated member and which curvature progressively increases from the other end to the one end to smoothly deflect and change the direction of the intercepted body from the original path. A pair of rail members is attached to the surface of the elongated member, the rail members flaring progressively outwardly symmetrically about the center line from the one end to the other end to form a substantially wide flat area adjacent the other end bounded by the flared rail members such that a body which may be intercepted by the substantially wide flat area is smoothly directed along the surface between the flared rail members with a minimum number of contacts therewith as the body traverses the length of and is ejected from the elongated member. A preferred embodiment of the moving body which may be used with the elongated member is a spherical member having a spherical core, a spherical interliner surrounding the spherical core and an outer shell surrounding the spherical interliner, the spherical interliner having a low coefficient of elasticity and a minimum mass and the outer shell having a mass substantially equivalent to the mass of the spherical core and having an outer surface with a minimum coefficient of friction with respect to the surface of the elongated member whereby the spherical member may move freely over the surface of the elongated member and substantially will not bounce therefrom when intercepted thereby.

Tap Valve

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US Patent:
49677977, Nov 6, 1990
Filed:
Aug 16, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/394878
Inventors:
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
A61B 502
F16K 500
US Classification:
13762547
Abstract:
A tap valve selectively taps a line while maintaining fluid continuity within the line. The valve comprises a throughput tube and a tapping port which terminates at a rotatable member. The rotatable member has a generally circular cross section and may be oriented either to provide fluid communication between the throughput tube and tapping port or to seal off the tapping port.

Apparatus For Automated Biopsy And Collection Of Soft Tissue

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US Patent:
57753334, Jul 7, 1998
Filed:
May 13, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/645225
Inventors:
Fred H. Burbank - San Juan Capistrano CA
Thomas J. Fogarty - Portola Valley CA
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA
Mark A. Ritchart - Murrieta CA
Timothy J. Ryan - Los Gatos CA
Elias A. Zerhouni - Baltimore MD
Assignee:
Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A61B 1000
US Classification:
128754
Abstract:
A method and device for the automated biopsy and collection of soft tissue having a piercing needle with a receiving port to trap tissue prior to cutting. A motor drive directs and positions the tissue receiving port at a lesion site in arbitrary positions about and along the longitudinal axis of the device. A cutter advances into the receiving chamber and severs tissue which has prolapsed into the receiving port. The severed tissue is then removed from the receiving port without removing the piercing needle receiving port from the lesion site, thus allowing for the accurate, rapid removal of an arbitrary number of core samples with only one insertion. A tissue sample cassette provides storage for the samples as well as a means for coding and decoding the location from which the samples were obtained. Together, these features allow for more accurate and complete sampling of large lesions, for the complete removal of small lesions or removal of other tissue for a variety of reasons.

Apparatus For Automated Biopsy And Collection Of Soft Tissue

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US Patent:
59281642, Jul 27, 1999
Filed:
Jan 9, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/004737
Inventors:
Fred H. Burbank - San Juan Capistrano CA
Thomas J. Fogarty - Portola Valley CA
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA
Mark A. Ritchart - Murrieta CA
Timothy J. Ryan - Los Gatos CA
Elias A. Zerhouni - Baltimore MD
Assignee:
Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. - Cincinnati OH
International Classification:
A61B 500
US Classification:
600567
Abstract:
A method and device for the automated biopsy and collection of soft tissue having a piercing needle with a receiving port to trap tissue prior to cutting. A motor drive directs and positions the tissue receiving port at a lesion site in arbitrary positions about and along the longitudinal axis of the device. A cutter advances into the receiving chamber and severs tissue which has prolapsed into the receiving port. The severed tissue is then removed from the receiving port without removing the piercing needle receiving port from the lesion site, thus allowing for the accurate, rapid removal of an arbitrary number of core samples with only one insertion. A tissue sample cassette provides storage for the samples as well as a means for coding and decoding the location from which the samples were obtained. Together, these features allow for more accurate and complete sampling of large lesions, for the complete removal of small lesions or removal of other tissue for a variety of reasons.

Check Valve

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US Patent:
49191675, Apr 24, 1990
Filed:
Mar 17, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/325551
Inventors:
Wayne E. Manska - Anaheim CA
International Classification:
F16K 1514
US Classification:
137512
Abstract:
A check valve for providing mono-directional flow in medical devices. The check valve includes a valving means comprised of a valve member and a seat member disposed within a cylindrical channel. The valve member is coaxially aligned within the channel downstream of the seat member and provides a valve cavity into which a portion of the seat member is disposed. The interface between the valve member and the seat member creates a seal length. The valve member is radially stressed by the axial position of the seat member so that the sealing force along the seal length is substantially radial. Fluid flow passes through an axial bore in the valve seat member and upon sufficient pressure unseats the seal length and passes through the annular passageway between the valve member and the seat member.
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