Patents by Inventor Christopher P. Gauvin

Christopher P. Gauvin 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: 10652370
    Abstract: An image item processing engine for image item exchange may receive an image item data packet including two image items, each including a digital image documenting an action for a recipient institution and associated metadata. The metadata may identify the image item sender and a country associated with an image item, the packet originator, or the recipient institution, at least one country associated with the second image item being different than a country associated with the first image item. The engine may apply sorting rules to determine item types for the first and second image items based on their metadata, determine a recipient institution for the packet based on the item types, assemble a data transfer packet including the digital images and metadata included in the first and second image items, and provide the data transfer packet to a transfer packet routing service for routing to the selected recipient institution.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 7, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 12, 2020
    Assignee: Bank of America Corporation
    Inventors: Timmy Leo Gauvin, Kenneth R. Cox, Haywood P. Enloe, Jasher David Fowles, Georgeann Paschal Gregory, Christopher David Greth, Shawn Cart Gunsolley, Charles Christopher Harbinson, Leslie Marie LaRock, Clarence E. Lee, II, Timothy Alan Mincey, Jeanne Marie Moulton, Raymond William Schall, Jr., Tami Marie Shepard, Michael G. Smith, Shashi R. Warrier
  • Publication number: 20190182369
    Abstract: An image item processing engine for image item exchange may receive an image item data packet including two image items, each including a digital image documenting an action for a recipient institution and associated metadata. The metadata may identify the image item sender and a country associated with an image item, the packet originator, or the recipient institution, at least one country associated with the second image item being different than a country associated with the first image item. The engine may apply sorting rules to determine item types for the first and second image items based on their metadata, determine a recipient institution for the packet based on the item types, assemble a data transfer packet including the digital images and metadata included in the first and second image items, and provide the data transfer packet to a transfer packet routing service for routing to the selected recipient institution.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 7, 2017
    Publication date: June 13, 2019
    Inventors: Timmy Leo Gauvin, Kenneth R. Cox, Haywood P. Enloe, Jasher David Fowles, Georgeann Paschal Gregory, Christopher David Greth, Shawn Cart Gunsolley, Charles Christopher Harbinson, Leslie Marie LaRock, Clarence E. Lee, II, Timothy Alan Mincey, Jeanne Marie Moulton, Raymond William Schall, JR., Tami Marie Shepard, Michael G. Smith, Shashi R. Warrier
  • Publication number: 20190008601
    Abstract: A device or scope device is disclosed. The device may comprise: a handle body extending along an axis between first end and a second end; an actuator at the first end of the handle body; a catheter at the second end of the handle body; and a processing unit communicable with a plurality of devices to: switch-in the actuator for control of one device of the plurality of devices; configure, with the actuator, a setting of the one device, control, with the actuator, the one device based on the setting, and switch-in the actuator for control of another one of the plurality of devices. Related devices and methods also are disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 5, 2018
    Publication date: January 10, 2019
    Applicant: Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc.
    Inventors: Peter J. Pereira, Adam P. NODIFF, Wen-Jui Ray CHIA, Michael O'BRIEN, Kimberly DeGRAAF, Chad SCHNEIDER, Jozef SLANDA, Christopher P. GAUVIN, James M. GODDARD, Brandon W. CRAFT, Timothy P. HARRAH
  • Publication number: 20180361055
    Abstract: A fluid management system includes a pump configured to pump fluid through the system at a fluid flow rate. The system includes a processor including a user interface, the user interface allowing a user to input a set of system operating parameters, the processor being configured to control the pump to maintain a target fluid flow rate based on the set of system operating parameters. The system further includes a scope device coupled to the pump to deliver fluid to a target surgical site, the scope device including an elongated shaft extending from a distal end thereof, the elongated shaft including at least one sensor, the sensor transmitting sensor data relating to target surgical site to the processor. The processor automatically signals to the pump to adjust the fluid flow rate based on the sensor data.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 21, 2018
    Publication date: December 20, 2018
    Inventors: Peter J. Pereira, Mayur Kiran Patel, William Stanhope, Eric Wong, Jozef Slanda, Christopher P. Gauvin, Chad Schneider, Brandon W. Craft, Kimberly DeGraaf, Brian P. Watschke, Timothy Paul Harrah, Niraj Prasad Rauniyar, Sacha Tang
  • Publication number: 20180317743
    Abstract: A method for identifying material to be removed from a patient may use an imaging device, a display, a control unit, and an insertion device. The method may include obtaining a first set of image data from the imaging device, sending the first set of image data to the control unit from the imaging device, and analyzing the first set of image data based on at least one of a darkness, a contrast, or a saturation. The method may include generating a coded image identifying the material to be removed from the patient to be displayed on the display. The method may further include displaying the coded image on a first screen of the display, and indicating the material to be removed with the insertion device based on the displayed coded image.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 3, 2018
    Publication date: November 8, 2018
    Applicant: Boston Scientific Scimed, Inc.
    Inventors: Peter J. Pereira, Chad Schneider, Brandon W. Craft, Kimberly Degraaf, Jozef Slanda, James M. Goddard, Christopher P. Gauvin