Patents by Inventor Eric Geismar

Eric Geismar 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: 20060253085
    Abstract: A dual insertion set includes a base, an infusion portion, a sensor portion, and at least one piercing member. The base is adapted to secure the dual insertion set to the skin of a patient. The infusion portion includes a cannula for supplying a fluid to a placement site. The cannula is coupled to and extends from the base and has at least one lumen with a distal end for fluid communication with the placement site. The cannula has at least one port structure formed near another end of the lumen opposite the distal end. The sensor portion includes a sensor coupled to and extending from the base having at least one sensor electrode formed on a substrate. The sensor is for determining a body characteristic of the patient at the placement site. The at least one piercing member is coupled to and extends from the base to facilitate insertion of the cannula and the sensor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 8, 2005
    Publication date: November 9, 2006
    Inventors: Eric Geismar, Bradley Enegren, Paul Kovelman
  • Publication number: 20050148928
    Abstract: A multiple layer tubing for conveying a fluidic media in a medical or laboratory environment includes at least one outer layer of a copolyester ether (COPE) material. The tubing also includes an inner layer of a material compatible with sensitive fluidic media and at least one intermediate layer for bonding the outer layer to the inner layer. The material of the inner layer may be a high density polyethylene or a polyurethane material. The material of the intermediate layer may be ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA). With the use of a COPE outer layer, a multiple layer medical tubing may be made without polyvinylchloride (PVC) or PVC plasticizers. The multiple layer tubing may be made by extrusion. The three layers may be co-extruded, simultaneously, as part of an efficient manufacturing processes.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 31, 2003
    Publication date: July 7, 2005
    Inventors: Adam Molina, Poonam Gulati, Bradley Enegren, Eric Geismar, Philip Hudak