Patents by Inventor Hung Ha

Hung Ha 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: 20210320034
    Abstract: Methods and apparatus for selectively depositing a tungsten layer atop a dielectric surface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 10, 2020
    Publication date: October 14, 2021
    Inventors: Wei LEI, Yi XU, Yu LEI, Tae Hong HA, Raymond HUNG, Shirish A. PETHE
  • Patent number: 11098736
    Abstract: A cylinder housing 12 includes a cylindrical cylinder portion 21 which extends in the direction of a center axis line Z and a bent portion 22 which is bent with respect to the cylinder portion 21 and extends inward in a radial direction from an end portion of the cylinder portion 21, the cylinder portion 21 includes a first cylinder portion 25 and a second cylinder portion 26 which is located on the side of the bent portion 22 in the first cylinder portion 25 and is connected to the bent portion 22, a thickness B of the second cylinder portion 26 is equal to or larger than a thickness A of the first cylinder portion 25, and a thickness C of the bent portion 22 is larger than the thickness A of the first cylinder portion 25.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 31, 2016
    Date of Patent: August 24, 2021
    Assignee: SANOH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
    Inventor: Huy Hung Ha
  • Publication number: 20210088057
    Abstract: A cylinder housing 12 includes a cylindrical cylinder portion 21 which extends in the direction of a center axis line Z and a bent portion 22 which is bent with respect to the cylinder portion 21 and extends inward in a radial direction from an end portion of the cylinder portion 21, the cylinder portion 21 includes a first cylinder portion 25 and a second cylinder portion 26 which is located on the side of the bent portion 22 in the first cylinder portion 25 and is connected to the bent portion 22, a thickness B of the second cylinder portion 26 is equal to or larger than a thickness A of the first cylinder portion 25, and a thickness C of the bent portion 22 is larger than the thickness A of the first cylinder portion 25.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 31, 2016
    Publication date: March 25, 2021
    Inventor: Huy Hung HA
  • Publication number: 20200216015
    Abstract: An anchor position adjustment device includes a guide rail having a plurality of engagement recess portions formed to be arranged, a moving member attached to the guide rail, a lock pin-provided in the moving member, a first biasing member biasing the lock pin in an inserting direction of the lock pin with respect to the engagement recess portions, a release pin extending from the lock pin, and an operation member attached to the moving member in a slidable manner. The operation member has a release inclination surface guiding the release pin in a pulling direction of the lock pin with respect to the engagement recess portions in accordance with sliding of the operation member, and a release inhibition surface inhibiting the lock pin from being pulled out from the engagement recess portion in a pre-slide state.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 9, 2018
    Publication date: July 9, 2020
    Inventors: Huy Hung HA, Masayuki HOSHI
  • Publication number: 20190167407
    Abstract: Methods of treating COPD, including bronchoscopically positioning a lung anchor in lung tissue, positioning an outer implant member in pleural space proximate the lung anchor, and coupling the lung anchor to the outer implant member and thereby compressing lung tissue.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 4, 2017
    Publication date: June 6, 2019
    Inventors: Alan SCHAER, Tom SAUL, Amr SALAHIEH, Lilip LAU, Don TANAKA, Sid GANDIONCO, Hung HA, Arindam DATTA
  • Publication number: 20190133616
    Abstract: The device disclosed herein is used to the remove a thrombus from the vasculature. It includes an aspiration catheter and a thrombus retrieval device that extends through the lumen of the aspiration catheter. An expandable braided assembly extends over a distal region of the retrieval device, and an activation wire extends through the lumen of the retrieval device to attach to and control the expansion of the braided assembly. Applying tension to the activation wire causes the braided assembly to expand to a diameter of the practitioner's choosing. For example, the practitioner may apply a first level of tension to the activation wire to deploy the braided assembly to a first diameter and then later change the diameter by applying a different level of tension. The expanded braided assembly contacts the thrombus and is pulled proximally toward the aspiration catheter to assist in thrombus removal.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 9, 2018
    Publication date: May 9, 2019
    Inventors: Ravish Sachar, Eugene Serina, Hung Ha, Dave Stern
  • Patent number: 9655411
    Abstract: A buckle for a connector having a small simple structure and a favorable productivity, and a method for assembling the same. A buckle for connector of the present invention for supporting a tongue engageably/disengageably includes a base member, a latch member, an unlocking member, a latch spring, an ejector, an ejector spring, and cover members housing these members. The base member includes first and second plates. The ejector includes: two arms; a body section between the arms that includes a pushing/moving surface for the tongue to be pushed/moved by the tongue, a support section to support the latch member, and a pushing surface to be pushed by the ejector spring; and claws formed at ends of the arms and locked with an aperture at a terminal end of the base member, the terminal end being opposite to a starting end from which the tongue is inserted.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 31, 2013
    Date of Patent: May 23, 2017
    Assignee: Sanoh Industrial Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Huy Hung Ha, Yoshihiko Kawai
  • Publication number: 20150296927
    Abstract: [Problem] To provide a buckle for a connector having a small simple structure and a favorable productivity, and a method for assembling the same. [Solution] A buckle for connector 1 of the present invention for supporting a tongue 101 engageably/disengageably includes a base member 10, a latch member 20, an unlocking member 30, a latch spring 35, an ejector 40, an ejector spring 45, and cover members 60a, 60b housing these members. The base member 10 includes first and second plates 13, 15. The ejector 40 includes: two arms 41a, 41b; a body section between the arms 41a, 41b that includes a pushing/moving surface for the tongue 101 to be pushed/moved by the tongue 101, a support section to support the latch member 20, and a pushing surface to be pushed by the ejector spring 45; and claws formed at ends of the arms 41a,41b and locked with an aperture at a terminal end of the base member 10, the terminal end being opposite to a starting end from which the tongue 101 is inserted.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 31, 2013
    Publication date: October 22, 2015
    Applicant: Sanoh Industrial Co., Ltd.
    Inventors: Huy Hung HA, Yoshihiko KAWAI
  • Patent number: 9055965
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 22, 2010
    Date of Patent: June 16, 2015
    Assignee: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Patent number: 8828041
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 18, 2010
    Date of Patent: September 9, 2014
    Assignee: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Patent number: 8764726
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 18, 2009
    Date of Patent: July 1, 2014
    Assignee: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P Muni, Isaac J Kim, Hung Ha, William J Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Patent number: 8715169
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2007
    Date of Patent: May 6, 2014
    Assignee: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Publication number: 20120051643
    Abstract: The present invention is a method and system that automates the process of locating and identifying railcars in a rail yard. The method and system of this invention creates an electronic record of a railcar identification number that is stenciled to the side of the railcar using digital camera technology and an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) device and software applications. The method and system of the present invention eliminates the need for using the AEI portable reader.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2010
    Publication date: March 1, 2012
    Applicant: E. I. Systems, Inc.
    Inventors: Hung Ha, Hoa Ha
  • Publication number: 20120054218
    Abstract: The present invention is a web-based rail yard inventory system. This invention provides a user with the ability to access the rail yard management information from any computing that can access a computing network. This invention provides the capability to monitor and modify railcar locations in a rail yard, generate email alerts and rail car reports that are shown on a display screen to a client. In the configuration of this invention, a server device contains software applications for clients with equipment in a particular rail yard. The rail yard is the manager of the inventory system and maintains in the system software related to each client with equipment in the rail yard.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 25, 2010
    Publication date: March 1, 2012
    Applicant: E. I. Systems, Inc.
    Inventors: Hung Ha, Hoa Ha
  • Patent number: 7803150
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 10, 2005
    Date of Patent: September 28, 2010
    Assignee: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Patent number: 7771409
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2007
    Date of Patent: August 10, 2010
    Assignee: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau
  • Publication number: 20100174138
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 22, 2010
    Publication date: July 8, 2010
    Applicant: ACCLARENT, INC.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Publication number: 20100174308
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 18, 2010
    Publication date: July 8, 2010
    Applicant: ACCLARENT, INC.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Publication number: 20100042046
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 18, 2009
    Publication date: February 18, 2010
    Applicant: ACCLARENT, INC.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke
  • Publication number: 20090093823
    Abstract: Sinusitis and other disorders of the ear, nose and throat are diagnosed and/or treated using minimally invasive approaches with flexible or rigid instruments. Various methods and devices are used for remodeling or changing the shape, size or configuration of a sinus ostium or duct or other anatomical structure in the ear, nose or throat; implanting a device, cells or tissues; removing matter from the ear, nose or throat; delivering diagnostic or therapeutic substances or performing other diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. Introducing devices (e.g., guide catheters, tubes, guidewires, elongate probes, other elongate members) may be used to facilitate insertion of working devices (e.g. catheters e.g. balloon catheters, guidewires, tissue cutting or remodeling devices, devices for implanting elements like stents, electrosurgical devices, energy emitting devices, devices for delivering diagnostic or therapeutic agents, substance delivery implants, scopes etc.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 30, 2007
    Publication date: April 9, 2009
    Applicant: Acclarent, Inc.
    Inventors: John Y. Chang, Joshua Makower, Julia D. Vrany, John H. Morriss, Ketan P. Muni, Isaac J. Kim, Hung Ha, William M. Facteau, Amrish Jayprakash Walke