Patents by Inventor Kaushal Verma

Kaushal Verma 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: 20190144154
    Abstract: A labeling device for a syringe that includes a first labeling subsystem adapted to print a first label having machine readable information and a second labeling subsystem adapted to print a second label having human readable information is disclosed. The first labeling subsystem includes a label applicator adapted to automatically apply the first label to a portion of the syringe. The first labeling subsystem includes a syringe clamp assembly that securely holds the syringe while the label applicator automatically applies a first label to the syringe. The second labeling subsystem includes a removal device adapted to automatically remove a backing material from the second label.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 15, 2019
    Publication date: May 16, 2019
    Inventors: Austin Jason McKinnon, Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Rahul Khurana, Drew Davidock, Robert Nicholas Graf, Kaushal Verma, Gary Stacey, Mark Rogers, Mark Ridley, David Stocks, Alistair Ward, Andrew Scholan, Keith Marshall
  • Publication number: 20190135474
    Abstract: A tensioning control device having a first motor that applies a torque to a first end of a substrate in a first direction and a second motor that applies a torque to a second end of the substrate in a second direction that is generally opposite the first direction is disclosed. In this manner, the first motor and the second motor apply torque to the substrate in opposing directions, thereby placing the substrate in tension. In one embodiment, the first motor applies a torque to the first end of the substrate that is equal to the torque applied to the second end of the substrate by the second motor. By placing the substrate in tension in this manner, an actuator is able to incrementally move the substrate in a forward direction and a backward direction independent of the tension applied to the substrate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 3, 2019
    Publication date: May 9, 2019
    Inventors: Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Kaushal Verma
  • Patent number: 10258742
    Abstract: A method for readying a fluid sensor associated with a medical device includes attaching a flow restrictor to a fluid outlet of the fluid sensor. The fluid sensor includes a fluid channel, a fluid inlet at a first end of the fluid channel configured to couple to an outlet of an administrable fluid source, and the fluid outlet at a second end of the fluid channel. Fluid is delivered from the administrable fluid source to the fluid channel through the fluid inlet. A syringe actuation device including a force limiting device may be used to deliver the fluid. The fluid is pressurized in the fluid channel between the fluid inlet and the flow restrictor to wet an interior surface of the fluid channel with the fluid. The flow restrictor is removed from the fluid outlet.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 19, 2017
    Date of Patent: April 16, 2019
    Assignee: Becton, Dickinson and Company
    Inventors: Kaushal Verma, Brandi Ford, Shawn Wayne DeKalb, Hong Zhu
  • Patent number: 10220973
    Abstract: A tensioning control device having a first motor that applies a torque to a first end of a substrate in a first direction and a second motor that applies a torque to a second end of the substrate in a second direction that is generally opposite the first direction is disclosed. In this manner, the first motor and the second motor apply torque to the substrate in opposing directions, thereby placing the substrate in tension. In one embodiment, the first motor applies a torque to the first end of the substrate that is equal to the torque applied to the second end of the substrate by the second motor. By placing the substrate in tension in this manner, an actuator is able to incrementally move the substrate in a forward direction and a backward direction independent of the tension applied to the substrate.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 21, 2016
    Date of Patent: March 5, 2019
    Assignee: Becton, Dickinson and Company
    Inventors: Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Kaushal Verma
  • Patent number: 10220974
    Abstract: A labeling device for a syringe that includes a first labeling subsystem adapted to print a first label having machine readable information and a second labeling subsystem adapted to print a second label having human readable information is disclosed. The first labeling subsystem includes a label applicator adapted to automatically apply the first label to a portion of the syringe. The first labeling subsystem includes a syringe clamp assembly that securely holds the syringe while the label applicator automatically applies a first label to the syringe. The second labeling subsystem includes a removal device adapted to automatically remove a backing material from the second label.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 29, 2017
    Date of Patent: March 5, 2019
    Assignee: Becton, Dickinson and Company
    Inventors: Austin Jason McKinnon, Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Rahul Khurana, Drew Davidock, Robert Nicholas Graf, Kaushal Verma, Gary Stacey, Mark Rogers, Mark Ridley, David Stocks, Alistair Ward, Andrew Scholan, Keith Marshall
  • Publication number: 20170361017
    Abstract: A method for readying a fluid sensor associated with a medical device includes attaching a flow restrictor to a fluid outlet of the fluid sensor. The fluid sensor includes a fluid channel, a fluid inlet at a first end of the fluid channel configured to couple to an outlet of an administrable fluid source, and the fluid outlet at a second end of the fluid channel. Fluid is delivered from the administrable fluid source to the fluid channel through the fluid inlet. A syringe actuation device including a force limiting device may be used to deliver the fluid. The fluid is pressurized in the fluid channel between the fluid inlet and the flow restrictor to wet an interior surface of the fluid channel with the fluid. The flow restrictor is removed from the fluid outlet.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 19, 2017
    Publication date: December 21, 2017
    Inventors: Kaushal Verma, Brandi Ford, Shawn Wayne DeKalb, Hong Zhu
  • Publication number: 20170361970
    Abstract: A labeling device for a syringe that includes a first labeling subsystem adapted to print a first label having machine readable information and a second labeling subsystem adapted to print a second label having human readable information is disclosed. The first labeling subsystem includes a label applicator adapted to automatically apply the first label to a portion of the syringe. The first labeling subsystem includes a syringe clamp assembly that securely holds the syringe while the label applicator automatically applies a first label to the syringe. The second labeling subsystem includes a removal device adapted to automatically remove a backing material from the second label.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 29, 2017
    Publication date: December 21, 2017
    Inventors: Austin Jason McKinnon, Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Rahul Khurana, Drew Davidock, Robert Nicholas Graf, Kaushal Verma, Gary Stacey, Mark Rogers, Mark Ridley, David Stocks, Alistair Ward, Andrew Scholan, Keith Marshall
  • Patent number: 9776757
    Abstract: A labeling device for a syringe that includes a first labeling subsystem adapted to print a first label having machine readable information and a second labeling subsystem adapted to print a second label having human readable information is disclosed. The first labeling subsystem includes a label applicator adapted to automatically apply the first label to a portion of the syringe. The first labeling subsystem includes a syringe clamp assembly that securely holds the syringe while the label applicator automatically applies a first label to the syringe. The second labeling subsystem includes a removal device adapted to automatically remove a backing material from the second label.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 8, 2015
    Date of Patent: October 3, 2017
    Assignee: Becton, Dickinson and Company
    Inventors: Austin Jason McKinnon, Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Rahul Khurana, Drew Davidock, Robert Nicholas Graf, Kaushal Verma, Gary Stacey, Mark Rogers, Mark Ridley, David Stocks, Alistair Ward, Andrew Scholan, Keith Marshall
  • Publication number: 20170036800
    Abstract: A tensioning control device having a first motor that applies a torque to a first end of a substrate in a first direction and a second motor that applies a torque to a second end of the substrate in a second direction that is generally opposite the first direction is disclosed. In this manner, the first motor and the second motor apply torque to the substrate in opposing directions, thereby placing the substrate in tension. In one embodiment, the first motor applies a torque to the first end of the substrate that is equal to the torque applied to the second end of the substrate by the second motor. By placing the substrate in tension in this manner, an actuator is able to incrementally move the substrate in a forward direction and a backward direction independent of the tension applied to the substrate.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 21, 2016
    Publication date: February 9, 2017
    Inventors: Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Kaushal Verma
  • Patent number: 9505233
    Abstract: A tensioning control device having a first motor that applies a torque to a first end of a substrate in a first direction and a second motor that applies a torque to a second end of the substrate in a second direction that is generally opposite the first direction is disclosed. In this manner, the first motor and the second motor apply torque to the substrate in opposing directions, thereby placing the substrate in tension. In one embodiment, the first motor applies a torque to the first end of the substrate that is equal to the torque applied to the second end of the substrate by the second motor. By placing the substrate in tension in this manner, an actuator is able to incrementally move the substrate in a forward direction and a backward direction independent of the tension applied to the substrate.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 8, 2015
    Date of Patent: November 29, 2016
    Assignee: Becton, Dickinson and Company
    Inventors: Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Kaushal Verma
  • Publication number: 20160101887
    Abstract: A labeling device for a syringe that includes a first labeling subsystem adapted to print a first label having machine readable information and a second labeling subsystem adapted to print a second label having human readable information is disclosed. The first labeling subsystem includes a label applicator adapted to automatically apply the first label to a portion of the syringe. The first labeling subsystem includes a syringe clamp assembly that securely holds the syringe while the label applicator automatically applies a first label to the syringe. The second labeling subsystem includes a removal device adapted to automatically remove a backing material from the second label.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 8, 2015
    Publication date: April 14, 2016
    Inventors: Austin Jason McKinnon, Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Rahul Khurana, Drew Davidock, Robert Nicholas Graf, Kaushal Verma, Gary Stacey, Mark Rogers, Mark Ridley, David Stocks, Alistair Ward, Andrew Scholan, Keith Marshall
  • Publication number: 20160101632
    Abstract: A tensioning control device having a first motor that applies a torque to a first end of a substrate in a first direction and a second motor that applies a torque to a second end of the substrate in a second direction that is generally opposite the first direction is disclosed. In this manner, the first motor and the second motor apply torque to the substrate in opposing directions, thereby placing the substrate in tension. In one embodiment, the first motor applies a torque to the first end of the substrate that is equal to the torque applied to the second end of the substrate by the second motor.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 8, 2015
    Publication date: April 14, 2016
    Inventors: Scott William Gisler, Philip C. McNeill, Kaushal Verma
  • Patent number: 8053711
    Abstract: A spherical aberration adjustment system is disclosed, which includes a plurality of objective lenses, where at least one of the plurality of objective lenses has a spherical aberration collar. The plurality of objective lenses are mounted onto an objective holder, where the objective holder is configured to place the at least one of the plurality of objective lenses in an imaging position. A driving mechanism is coupled by a mechanical link to the at least one of the plurality of objective lenses, where the mechanical link is configured to transmit motion from the driving mechanism to the spherical aberration collar. A control system is configured to manipulate the driving mechanism to move the spherical aberration collar of the at least one of the plurality of objective lenses in the imaging position to a specific spherical aberration adjustment setting.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 28, 2008
    Date of Patent: November 8, 2011
    Assignee: GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences Corp.
    Inventors: Pavel A. Fomitchov, Kaushal Verma, Joseph Masino
  • Publication number: 20100033812
    Abstract: A spherical aberration adjustment system is disclosed, which includes a plurality of objective lenses, where at least one of the plurality of objective lenses has a spherical aberration collar. The plurality of objective lenses are mounted onto an objective holder, where the objective holder is configured to place the at least one of the plurality of objective lenses in an imaging position. A driving mechanism is coupled by a mechanical link to the at least one of the plurality of objective lenses, where the mechanical link is configured to transmit motion from the driving mechanism to the spherical aberration collar. A control system is configured to manipulate the driving mechanism to move the spherical aberration collar of the at least one of the plurality of objective lenses in the imaging position to a specific spherical aberration adjustment setting.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2008
    Publication date: February 11, 2010
    Applicant: GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences Corp.
    Inventors: Pavel A. Fomitchov, Kaushal Verma, Joseph Masino
  • Patent number: 6724784
    Abstract: The present invention provides an optical filter module. In one embodiment, the wavelength locker module includes an optical interferometer or filter, such as an etalon. In addition, the wavelength locker module also includes an electrically nonconductive material having a high thermal conductivity substantially surrounding the etalon.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 15, 2002
    Date of Patent: April 20, 2004
    Assignee: Agere Systems Inc.
    Inventors: Ling Cheng, Kaushal Verma, Mark Meyers, Mark A. Eshelman, Richard B. Bylsma
  • Publication number: 20030193983
    Abstract: The present invention provides an optical filter module. In one embodiment, the wavelength locker module includes an optical interferometer or filter, such as an etalon. In addition, the wavelength locker module also includes an electrically nonconductive material having a high thermal conductivity substantially surrounding the etalon.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 15, 2002
    Publication date: October 16, 2003
    Applicant: Agere Systems Inc.
    Inventors: Ling Cheng, Kaushal Verma, Mark Meyers, Mark A. Eshelman, Richard B. Bylsma
  • Patent number: D603965
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 26, 2007
    Date of Patent: November 10, 2009
    Assignee: GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences Corp.
    Inventors: Kaushal Verma, Joseph Masino, Pavel A. Fomitchov, Liqin Wang