Patents by Inventor Philip Wyatt

Philip Wyatt 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: 20160051447
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 5, 2015
    Publication date: February 25, 2016
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Wendy Elizabeth Wyatt
  • Patent number: 9186298
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 3, 2013
    Date of Patent: November 17, 2015
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Claude Vidal, Wendy Elizabeth Wyatt
  • Publication number: 20130289530
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 3, 2013
    Publication date: October 31, 2013
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Claude Vidal, Wendy Elizabeth Wyatt
  • Patent number: 8454573
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 13, 2010
    Date of Patent: June 4, 2013
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Claude Vidal, Wendy Elizabeth Wyatt
  • Publication number: 20120253685
    Abstract: A method of determining an inclusive residual risk that a pregnancy is affected by at least one phenotypic disorder included in a disorder set is provided. The method includes calculating a prior risk for a disorder set, calculating posterior risks for the individual disorders or groups of disorders in the disorder set that can be screened for and/or diagnosed prenatally, and calculating an inclusive residual risk for the disorder set by combining the prior risks for disorders for which no tests have been performed and the individual posterior risks.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 27, 2012
    Publication date: October 4, 2012
    Inventors: Eugene Pergament, Carol J. Wilson, Philip Wyatt, Howard S. Cuckle
  • Publication number: 20110160701
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 13, 2010
    Publication date: June 30, 2011
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Claude Vidal, Wendy Elizabeth Wyatt
  • Publication number: 20090036748
    Abstract: A method of determining an inclusive residual risk that a pregnancy is affected by at least one phenotypic disorder included in a disorder set is provided. The method includes calculating a prior risk for a disorder set, calculating posterior risks for the individual disorders or groups of disorders in the disorder set that can be screened for and/or diagnosed prenatally, and calculating an inclusive residual risk for the disorder set by combining the prior risks for disorders for which no tests have been performed and the individual posterior risks.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 5, 2007
    Publication date: February 5, 2009
    Inventors: Eugene Pergament, Carol J. Wilson, Philip Wyatt, Howard S. Cuckle
  • Publication number: 20080287914
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a body portion to form a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 6, 2008
    Publication date: November 20, 2008
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Claude Vidal, Wendy Elizabeth Wyatt
  • Publication number: 20070175371
    Abstract: A storage rack includes at least one first support beam at a first end of the storage rack and at least one second support beam at a second, opposite end of the storage rack wherein the support beams are spaced apart to define a storage area. A flue system for use with the storage rack includes first and second brackets. The first bracket is coupled to the first support beam and the second bracket is coupled to the second support beam. The first side panel extends between the first and second ends of the storage rack, and includes a first end removably coupled to the first bracket and a second end removably coupled to the second bracket. A second side panel extends between the first and second ends of the storage rack, and includes a first end removably coupled to the first bracket and a second end removably coupled to the second bracket. The first and second side panels are spaced apart to define a passageway extending through the storage rack.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 2, 2007
    Publication date: August 2, 2007
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Rodney Garringer
  • Publication number: 20070155017
    Abstract: A method and apparatus is described by which means molecules in suspension may be characterized in terms of the size and mass distributions present. As a sample solution is separated by centrifugal means, it is illuminated at a particular radial distance from the axis of rotation by a fine, preferably monochromatic, light beam. Despite the high resolution of such devices, a key problem associated with most separators based upon use of centrifugal forces is the difficulty in deriving the absolute size and/or molar. mass of the separating molecules. By integrating means to detect light scattered, over a range of scattering angles, from samples undergoing centrifugal separation, molecular sizes in the sub-micrometer range may be derived, even in the presence of diffusion. Adding a second light beam at a displaced rotational angle, preferably of an ultraviolet wavelength, that intersects the sample at the same radial region as the first beam permits determination of the molecular concentration at that region.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 16, 2007
    Publication date: July 5, 2007
    Inventor: Philip Wyatt
  • Publication number: 20050137523
    Abstract: An apparatus for removal of premixed drugs or reconstitution of lyophilized drugs and for the injection of the reconstituted drug into the patient. The apparatus includes a syringe assembly and an adapter assembly that can be removably connected to a medicament container containing a premixed drug or lyophilized medicament. The syringe assembly of the apparatus includes a body portion to form a liquid chamber between the forward end of the body portion and the piston and a syringe cannula assembly. The syringe cannula assembly, which can be removably interconnected with the body portion, comprises a cannula support and a hypodermic needle sealably connected to the cannula support. The adapter assembly comprises an adapter preferably molded from a moldable plastic that includes a top wall, an adapter cannula connected to and extending from the top wall and a variety of connectors connected to the top wall for removably interconnecting the adapter with the medicament container.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 22, 2003
    Publication date: June 23, 2005
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer
  • Patent number: 5632735
    Abstract: A family of variously configured, new, improved and universally compatible infusion sites and medical connectors that employ a cannula and which function to interconnect uniquely configured T sites, Y sites, heparin locks and the like with a liquid source, such as an I.V. source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 11, 1995
    Date of Patent: May 27, 1997
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer
  • Patent number: 5603706
    Abstract: A family of variously configured, new, improved and universally compatible infusion sites and medical connectors that employ a cannula and which function to interconnect uniquely configured T sites, Y sites, heparin locks and the like with a liquid source, such as an I.V. source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 19, 1994
    Date of Patent: February 18, 1997
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer
  • Patent number: 5356396
    Abstract: A family of variously configured, new, improved and universally compatible infusion sites and medical connectors that employ a recessed cannula and which function to interconnect uniquely configured T sites, Y sites, heparin locks and the like with a liquid source, such as an I.V. source.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 29, 1992
    Date of Patent: October 18, 1994
    Assignee: Medical Associates Network Inc.
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Freddy Zinger
  • Patent number: 5201717
    Abstract: An enclosure for use with an injection site in which the penetrating member, such as a needle, is at all times maintained within a protective shroud that protects the user from accidental needle sticks and contamination during use.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 5, 1990
    Date of Patent: April 13, 1993
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Gary Schaeffer, Eli Shemesh
  • Patent number: 4981140
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for arterial and venous blood sampling. The apparatus includes an efficient means of purging the fluid line and a fluid sampling device chamber of residue heparin solution to obtain and return a sufficiently undiluted blood sample without excessive blood waste and risk of entry of air, line contamination/nosocomial infection or misdiagnosis. The apparatus is also specially designed to protect the clinician from either self-contamination from patient fluids, accidental injection of medication or accidental injury from needle puncture.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 26, 1989
    Date of Patent: January 1, 1991
    Inventor: Philip Wyatt
  • Patent number: 4920970
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for arterial and venous blood sampling is described. The apparatus includes efficient structure for purging the fluid line and a fluid sampling device chamber of residue heparin solution to obtain a sufficiently undiluted blood sample without excessive blood waste and risk of entry of air, line contamination/nosocomial infection or misdiagnosis. The apparatus is also specially designed to protect the clinician from either self-contamination from patient fluids, accidental injection of medication or accidental injury from needle puncture.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 17, 1988
    Date of Patent: May 1, 1990
    Inventor: Philip Wyatt
  • Patent number: 4763648
    Abstract: A method and apparatus for arterial and venous blood sampling is described. The apparatus includes efficient structure for purging the fluid line and a fluid sampling device chamber of residue heparinized IV solution to obtain a sufficiently undiluted blood sample without excessive blood waste and risk of entry of air, line contamination/nosocomial infection or misdiagnosis. The apparatus is also specially designed to protect the clinician from either self-contamination from patient fluids or accidental injury from needle puncture.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 12, 1986
    Date of Patent: August 16, 1988
    Assignee: Migada, Inc.
    Inventor: Philip Wyatt
  • Patent number: D323709
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 21, 1988
    Date of Patent: February 4, 1992
    Assignee: Migada, Inc.
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Michael R. Pescovitz
  • Patent number: D323889
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 21, 1988
    Date of Patent: February 11, 1992
    Inventors: Philip Wyatt, Michael R. Pescovitz