Patents by Inventor Paul Neale

Paul Neale 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: 20050228439
    Abstract: A system for enabling the insertion and removal of an embolic protection device, for capturing and retaining embolic debris which can be created during the performance of a therapeutic interventional procedure in a stenosed or occluded region of a blood vessel. The system, in an embodiment thereof, is capable of enabling at least one operator to control the delivery and removal of an embolic protection device to a position in a patient's vasculature distal to an interventional procedure site, to enable the exchange of the delivery and recovery system. The system, in another embodiment thereof, includes a delivery system and a recovery system which are capable of enabling the delivery and recovery of an embolic protection device so as to maintain a clinically acceptable profile and flexibility through the patient's vasculature.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 26, 2005
    Publication date: October 13, 2005
    Inventors: Christopher Andrews, William Boyle, Sergio Correa, Andy Denison, Benjamin Huter, Scott Huter, Brad Jordan, Paul Muller, Paul Neale, Samir Patel, Richard Stack
  • Publication number: 20050192557
    Abstract: Abstract of the Disclosure Systems and methods for integrating a continuous glucose sensor, including a receiver, a medicament delivery device, and optionally a single point glucose monitor are provided. Manual integrations provide for a physical association between the devices wherein a user (for example, patient or doctor) manually selects the amount, type, and/or time of delivery. Semi-automated integration of the devices includes integrations wherein an operable connection between the integrated components aids the user (for example, patient or doctor) in selecting, inputting, calculating, or validating the amount, type, or time of medicament delivery of glucose values, for example, by transmitting data to another component and thereby reducing the amount of user input required. Automated integration between the devices includes integrations wherein an operable connection between the integrated components provides for full control of the system without required user interaction.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 26, 2004
    Publication date: September 1, 2005
    Applicant: DexCom
    Inventors: James Brauker, Mark Tapsak, Sean Saint, Apurv Kamath, Paul Neale, Peter Simpson, Michael Mensinger, Dubravka Markovic
  • Publication number: 20050154271
    Abstract: Abstract of the Disclosure A system is provided for monitoring glucose in a host, including a continuous glucose sensor that produces a data stream indicative of a host’s glucose concentration and an integrated receiver that receives the data stream from the continuous glucose sensor and calibrates the data stream using a single point glucose monitor that is integral with the integrated receiver. The integrated receiver obtains a glucose value from the single point glucose monitor, calibrates the sensor data stream received from the continuous glucose sensor, and displays one or both of the single point glucose measurement values and the calibrated continuous glucose sensor values on the user interface.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 17, 2004
    Publication date: July 14, 2005
    Inventors: Andrew Rasdal, James Brauker, Paul Neale, Peter Simpson
  • Publication number: 20050051427
    Abstract: An electrode array for use in an electrochemical device is provided. The electrode array includes at least one electrode material and at least one insulating material arranged in a spiral configuration. The electrode array is manufactured by forming a composite stack of the at least one electrode material and the at least one insulating material, such that the insulating material(s) surrounds the electrode material(s) after which the stack is rolled into a spiral roll. The spiral roll can be cut, sliced, and/or dissected in numerous ways to form the electrode array of the preferred embodiments. Optionally, the sections can be further processed by machining, polishing, etching, or the like, to produce a curvature or stepped configuration.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 21, 2004
    Publication date: March 10, 2005
    Inventors: James Brauker, Paul Neale, Peter Simpson