Aaron Szymanski has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Abstract: A nozzle is usable to inflate a film having two sides that form a common channel and inflatable channels. The inflatable channels are in fluid communication with the common channel. The nozzle includes a proximal end configured to separate the two sides of the film to open the common channel as the film moves in a longitudinal direction. The nozzle includes a distal end configured to permit the two sides of the film to converge as the film moves in the longitudinal direction. The nozzle includes a slot configured to direct gas transversely into the common channel to inflate the inflatable channels as the film moves in the longitudinal direction.
January 18, 2022
May 5, 2022
Mojan Rajasekaran, John Wysmuller, Aaron Szymanski
Abstract: A personal care system is disclosed, where the personal care system includes a personal care device including a head having a central axis extending therethrough; a plurality of scrubbing elements arranged on an outer side of a pliant surface at a front portion of the head; and a handle extending from a rear portion of the head between a first end and an opposing second end, a central axis of the handle being at an angle of about 20 degrees to about 40 degrees relative to the central axis of the head; and a support arranged to receive the personal care device.
Abstract: Apparatuses for sampling mucous from within a sinus to determine if a single sample includes one or more bacterial types indicating bacterial sinusitis comprising an indicator to guide the angle at which a user inserts the apparatus relative to the patient.
February 12, 2021
June 3, 2021
Joseph SKRABA, Oriana E. HAWKINS, Mohan RAJASEKARAN, Aaron SZYMANSKI, Rishwa BAXI, David SEEBAUER
Abstract: For improved visibility of an individual wearing a helmet to which a personal headlamp is attached by an adjustable band, a flexible strip carrying a series of light-emitting devices and/or reflectors is removably attached to the adjustable band by means of connectors which are adjustably movable along at least a portion of the length of the band. The light-emitting devices are supplied with power from the same electrochemical power source that operates the headlamp but controlled independently of the headlamp.
March 27, 2020
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June 1, 2021
David Cozzone, Richard Shenowski, Veronica Janice, Aaron Szymanski, Mohan Rajasekaran, Stacey Simmons