Patents by Inventor Aleksey Danilkin

Aleksey Danilkin 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).

  • Patent number: 11367978
    Abstract: A connector apparatus configured to connect to a connection port in order to transfer data and/or electrical power between two electronic devices or between an electronic device and an electrical outlet, the connector apparatus comprising: a first part configured to connect to the connection port by friction; two or more coupling portions which can engage or disengage when a force is applied to at least one of the coupling portions; and a retracting mechanism which pulls the two or more coupling portions towards each other when the coupling portions are separated by a separating force larger than a threshold force; wherein the first part remains connected to the connection port, while the two or more coupling portions engage or disengage when the force is applied and/or while the retracting mechanism pulls the two or more coupling portions towards each other.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 25, 2020
    Date of Patent: June 21, 2022
    Assignee: Canon U.S.A., Inc.
    Inventors: Charles George Hwang, Jacob Schieffelin Brauer, Alexander Altshuler, Aleksey Danilkin
  • Patent number: 11311258
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 25, 2020
    Date of Patent: April 26, 2022
    Assignee: Hologic, Inc.
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Publication number: 20210259796
    Abstract: A medical cart apparatus includes at least one component and at least one holster that is tilted with respect to a horizontal plane and is configured to hold or store the at least one component. The medical cart apparatus is ergonomic and conveniently and securely stores elements in the cart. The holster is configured as a storage area, holder, or receptacle, and the holster has a back wall, at least one side, at least one side cut-out, a lip at an entrance of the holster, and a bottom surface that is tilted at the angle with respect to the horizontal plane. The side cut-outs of the holster provide visibility by showing whether a component is in the holster or not, and provide accessibility by facilitating or allowing easy insertion and easy takeout of the at least one component from the holster.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 17, 2021
    Publication date: August 26, 2021
    Inventors: Aleksey Danilkin, Zachary Hastings, Jacquelyn Nicole Phelps, Jacob Brauer, Alexander Altshuler
  • Publication number: 20200405249
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2020
    Publication date: December 31, 2020
    Applicant: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Publication number: 20200313346
    Abstract: A connector apparatus configured to connect to a connection port in order to transfer data and/or electrical power between two electronic devices or between an electronic device and an electrical outlet, the connector apparatus comprising: a first part configured to connect to the connection port by friction; two or more coupling portions which can engage or disengage when a force is applied to at least one of the coupling portions; and a retracting mechanism which pulls the two or more coupling portions towards each other when the coupling portions are separated by a separating force larger than a threshold force; wherein the first part remains connected to the connection port, while the two or more coupling portions engage or disengage when the force is applied and/or while the retracting mechanism pulls the two or more coupling portions towards each other.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 25, 2020
    Publication date: October 1, 2020
    Inventors: Charles George Hwang, Jacob Schieffelin Brauer, Alexander Altshuler, Aleksey Danilkin
  • Patent number: 10786216
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 15, 2019
    Date of Patent: September 29, 2020
    Assignee: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Publication number: 20200015765
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 15, 2019
    Publication date: January 16, 2020
    Applicant: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John JENKINS, Mark GUETERSLOH, Aleksey DANILKIN, Tri PHAM
  • Patent number: 10271807
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 4, 2018
    Date of Patent: April 30, 2019
    Assignee: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Publication number: 20180206806
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 4, 2018
    Publication date: July 26, 2018
    Applicant: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John JENKINS, Mark GUETERSLOH, Aleksey DANILKIN, Tri PHAM
  • Patent number: 9872659
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 16, 2015
    Date of Patent: January 23, 2018
    Assignee: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Publication number: 20160120490
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 16, 2015
    Publication date: May 5, 2016
    Applicant: HOLOGIC, INC.
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Patent number: 9161727
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 1, 2011
    Date of Patent: October 20, 2015
    Assignee: Hologic Inc
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham
  • Publication number: 20130058462
    Abstract: A real-time fluoroscopic imaging system includes a collimator and a detector which are rotationally movable independent of the support assembly, e.g., c-arm, to which they are mounted. Rotational movement of the collimator and the detector are coordinated such that the orientation of the detector with respect to the collimator does not change. The collimator may include a geared flange member to facilitate rotation, and may be a single molded piece formed of a plastic such as tungsten polymer material. The system may also include a plurality of interchangeable collimators characterized by different shapes. A display is provided to present an image to an operator, and image orientation logic displays a target anatomy in a selected orientation regardless of orientation of the target anatomy relative to the detector, and regardless of rotation of the detector.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 1, 2011
    Publication date: March 7, 2013
    Inventors: John Jenkins, Mark Guetersloh, Aleksey Danilkin, Tri Pham