Patents by Inventor Dean Carson

Dean Carson 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).

  • Publication number: 20210096397
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10-4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10-4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 15, 2020
    Publication date: April 1, 2021
    Inventors: Eugene DE JUAN, JR., Cary J. REICH, Yair ALSTER, K. Angela MACFARLANE, Doug RIMER, Douglas SUTTON, Dean CARSON, Enrique BARRAGAN, Matt CLARKE, Ashley TUAN, Brian LEVY
  • Publication number: 20210002331
    Abstract: Disclosed are 13N-oxytocin molecules, methods of manufacture of 13N-oxytocin molecules and methods of use of 13N-oxytocin molecules in the determination of the distribution and kinetics of 13N-oxytocin molecules after craniofacial or other application methods.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 1, 2019
    Publication date: January 7, 2021
    Inventors: Steen Jakobsen, Michael Winterdahl, Erik Holm Nielsen, David C. Yeomans, Dean Carson
  • Publication number: 20200189151
    Abstract: In one embodiment, this disclosure describes a method for removing flashing from an article. The method includes the steps of configuring a deflashing apparatus in a loading condition; loading the article into a nesting portion of a first nesting plate of the deflashing apparatus; engaging an actuating mechanism to actuate a drive assembly of the deflashing apparatus; continuing to engage the actuating mechanism to facilitate movement of a press plate of the deflashing apparatus toward the first nesting plate; releasing the actuating mechanism to retract the press plate, and returning the press plate to the loading condition. During this method, the press plate compresses against the first nesting plate such that flashing of the article is separated from the article. The deflashing apparatus can include interchangeable nesting plate to fit various articles.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 12, 2019
    Publication date: June 18, 2020
    Applicant: Steere Enterprises Inc.
    Inventors: Jacob Conrad, Dean Carson
  • Patent number: 10663761
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10?4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10?4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 5, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 26, 2020
    Assignee: JOURNEY1, INC.
    Inventors: Eugene De Juan, Jr., Cary J. Reich, Yair Alster, K. Angela MacFarlane, Doug Rimer, Douglas Sutton, Dean Carson, Enrique Barragan, Matt Clarke, Ashley Tuan, Brian Levy
  • Patent number: 10627649
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10?4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10?4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 10, 2016
    Date of Patent: April 21, 2020
    Assignee: JOURNEY1, INC.
    Inventors: Eugene de Juan, Jr., Cary J. Reich, Yair Alster, K. Angela Macfarlane, Doug Rimer, Douglas Sutton, Dean Carson, Enrique Barragan, Matt Clarke, Ashley Tuan, Brian Levy
  • Publication number: 20190175686
    Abstract: Disclosed are methods and compositions for the treatment of autism spectrum disorder, related disorders and symptoms of such disorders, comprising co-administration of an oxytocin peptide and magnesium ions. Co-administration of an oxytocin peptide and magnesium ions results in a synergistic or enhanced effect on reducing social and communication deficits in a patient suffering from an autism spectrum disorder.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 12, 2017
    Publication date: June 13, 2019
    Applicant: Trigemina, Inc.
    Inventors: Dean CARSON, David C. YEOMANS
  • Patent number: 10206685
    Abstract: A delivery apparatus for a lumen occlusion device includes a pusher configured for releasably coupling with and pushing and pulling a proximal end of the occlusion device in a distal or proximal direction and a distal control wire capable of releasably coupling with the distal end and the proximal end of the occlusion device. The control wire may be configured for moving the distal end of the occlusion device in both proximal and distal directions allowing precise simultaneous control of both proximal and distal ends of the occlusion device. Control of both ends provides for placing the occlusion device in tension during delivery through a delivery catheter, thereby reducing delivery forces, achieving greater compaction of the occlusion device in the lumen, and precisely locating both distal and proximal ends of the occlusion device within the lumen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 14, 2016
    Date of Patent: February 19, 2019
    Assignee: ENDOSHAPE, INC.
    Inventors: Julie Trommeter, Charles Barkenbus, Jeffrey Castleberry, William Aldrich, Jon Page, Paul Burek, Stan Needle, Frank Becking, Dean Carson, Jessi Watson
  • Publication number: 20180011341
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10?4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10?4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 5, 2017
    Publication date: January 11, 2018
    Inventors: EUGENE DE JUAN, JR., CARY J. REICH, YAIR ALSTER, K. ANGELA MACFARLANE, DOUG RIMER, DOUGLAS SUTTON, DEAN CARSON, ENRIQUE BARRAGAN, MATT CLARKE, ASHLEY TUAN, BRIAN LEVY
  • Publication number: 20170368095
    Abstract: Disclosed are magnesium-containing oxytocin peptide formulations or compositions comprising an oxytocin peptide and a magnesium salt that produces synergistic analgesia when used in treating pain. Also disclosed are methods for the treatment of pain (such as migraine headache) comprising co-administration of an oxytocin peptide and a magnesium salt.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 7, 2016
    Publication date: December 28, 2017
    Applicant: Trigemina, Inc.
    Inventors: David C. YEOMANS, Dean CARSON, Ramachandran THIRUCOTE
  • Patent number: 9810921
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10-4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10-4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 11, 2015
    Date of Patent: November 7, 2017
    Assignee: NEXISVISION, INC.
    Inventors: Eugene De Juan, Jr., Cary J. Reich, Yair Alster, K. Angela MacFarlane, Doug Rimer, Douglas Sutton, Dean Carson, Enrique Barragan, Matt Clarke, Ashley Tuan, Brian Levy
  • Patent number: 9629894
    Abstract: Disclosed are magnesium-containing oxytocin peptide formulations or compositions comprising an oxytocin peptide and a magnesium salt that produces synergistic analgesia when used in treating pain. Also disclosed are methods for the treatment of pain (such as migraine headache) comprising co-administration of an oxytocin peptide and a magnesium salt.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 7, 2016
    Date of Patent: April 25, 2017
    Assignee: TRIGEMINA, INC.
    Inventors: David C. Yeomans, Dean Carson, Ramachandran Thirucote
  • Publication number: 20170023800
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10?4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10?4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 10, 2016
    Publication date: January 26, 2017
    Inventors: Eugene de Juan, JR., Cary J. Reich, Yair Alster, K. Angela Macfarlane, Doug Rimer, Douglas Sutton, Dean Carson, Enrique Barragan, Matt Clarke, Ashley Tuan, Brian Levy
  • Publication number: 20160346573
    Abstract: Improvements in a lithium battery fire suppression water hose system is disclosed. The system uses a connection to a vehicle that allows first responders to connect to the vehicle and release fire suppressant material into the vehicle into a location that is most susceptible to fire. The connection is accessible from a port located on the exterior of the vehicle and may further include additional instructions. The connection does not simply dump material into the vehicle, but routs around internal components of the vehicle to distribution heads that are tuned to provide varying amounts of fire suppressing material to different parts of the vehicle and or battery compartment. The connection is pressurized by the vehicle or house to push water chemicals or other fire suppressing media. The system may distribute Nobel or other gases to remove or displace oxygen and starve the fire of oxygen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 16, 2015
    Publication date: December 1, 2016
    Inventors: Bradley Dean Carson, Dale Elliott Carson
  • Patent number: 9498385
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10?4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10?4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 25, 2010
    Date of Patent: November 22, 2016
    Assignee: NexisVision, Inc.
    Inventors: Eugene de Juan, Jr., Cary J. Reich, Yair Alster, K. Angela MacFarlane, Doug Rimer, Douglas Sutton, Dean Carson, Enrique Barragan, Matt Clarke, Ashley Tuan, Brian Levy
  • Publication number: 20160228124
    Abstract: A delivery apparatus for a lumen occlusion device includes a pusher configured for releasably coupling with and pushing and pulling a proximal end of the occlusion device in a distal or proximal direction and a distal control wire capable of releasably coupling with the distal end and the proximal end of the occlusion device. The control wire may be configured for moving the distal end of the occlusion device in both proximal and distal directions allowing precise simultaneous control of both proximal and distal ends of the occlusion device. Control of both ends provides for placing the occlusion device in tension during delivery through a delivery catheter, thereby reducing delivery forces, achieving greater compaction of the occlusion device in the lumen, and precisely locating both distal and proximal ends of the occlusion device within the lumen.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 14, 2016
    Publication date: August 11, 2016
    Inventors: Julie Trommeter, Charles Barkenbus, Jeffrey Castleberry, William Aldrich, Jon Page, Paul Burek, Stan Needle, Frank Becking, Dean Carson, Jessi Watson
  • Publication number: 20160193282
    Abstract: Disclosed are magnesium-containing oxytocin peptide formulations or compositions comprising an oxytocin peptide and a magnesium salt that produces synergistic analgesia when used in treating pain. Also disclosed are methods for the treatment of pain (such as migraine headache) comprising co-administration of an oxytocin peptide and a magnesium salt.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 7, 2016
    Publication date: July 7, 2016
    Inventors: David C. YEOMANS, Dean CARSON, Ramachandran THIRUCOTE
  • Patent number: 9371020
    Abstract: Improvements in a moveable stanchion pole for a wheel chair position in a transit bus to provide a connection to a seat or bench. The seat is pivotably secured to a side wall of the transportation vehicle. The pole rotates and or pivots as the seat or bench is moved. The stanchion pole allows a person to hold onto the pole while they are standing. When the pole is rotated the pole rotates to provide clearance to the area. The stanchion pole is connected to the front of the chair and lifts the stanchion pole as the chair is rotated. This requires the stanchion pole to both hinge and rotate with the bench. The movement of the chair and pole clears the occupied space of the seat and stanchion pole to allow for a wheelchair to occupy the same place where the chair previously existed.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 31, 2014
    Date of Patent: June 21, 2016
    Inventors: Dale Elliott Carson, Bradley Dean Carson, Macy Masoud Neshati
  • Publication number: 20160170233
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10-4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10-4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 11, 2015
    Publication date: June 16, 2016
    Inventors: EUGENE DE JUAN, JR., CARY J. REICH, YAIR ALSTER, K. ANGELA MACFARLANE, DOUG RIMER, DOUGLAS SUTTON, DEAN CARSON, ENRIQUE BARRAGAN, MATT CLARKE, ASHLEY TUAN, BRIAN LEVY
  • Patent number: 9339275
    Abstract: A delivery apparatus for a lumen occlusion device includes a pusher configured for releasably coupling with and pushing and pulling a proximal end of the occlusion device in a distal or proximal direction and a distal control wire capable of releasably coupling with the distal end and the proximal end of the occlusion device. The control wire may be configured for moving the distal end of the occlusion device in both proximal and distal directions allowing precise simultaneous control of both proximal and distal ends of the occlusion device. Control of both ends provides for placing the occlusion device in tension during delivery through a delivery catheter, thereby reducing delivery forces, achieving greater compaction of the occlusion device in the lumen, and precisely locating both distal and proximal ends of the occlusion device within the lumen.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 25, 2013
    Date of Patent: May 17, 2016
    Assignee: ENDOSHAPE, INC.
    Inventors: Julie Trommeter, Charles Barkenbus, Jeffrey Castleberry, William Aldrich, Jon Page, Paul Burek, Stan Needle, Frank Becking, Dean Carson, Jessi Watson
  • Publication number: 20160067109
    Abstract: A conformable covering comprises an outer portion with rigidity to resist movement on the cornea and an inner portion to contact the cornea and provide an environment for epithelial regeneration. The inner portion of the covering can be configured in many ways so as to conform at least partially to an ablated stromal surface so as to correct vision. The conformable inner portion may have at least some rigidity so as to smooth the epithelium such that the epithelium regenerates rapidly and is guided with the covering so as to form a smooth layer for vision. The inner portion may comprise an amount of rigidity within a range from about 1×10-4 Pa*m3 to about 5×10-4 Pa*m3 so as to deflect and conform at least partially to the ablated cornea and smooth an inner portion of the ablation with an amount of pressure when deflected.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 8, 2015
    Publication date: March 10, 2016
    Inventors: EUGENE DE JUAN, JR., CARY J. REICH, YAIR ALSTER, K. ANGELA MACFARLANE, DOUG RIMER, DOUGLAS SUTTON, DEAN CARSON, ENRIQUE BARRAGAN, MATT CLARKE, ASHLEY TUAN, BRIAN LEVY