Patents by Inventor Robert E. Fischell

Robert E. Fischell 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).

  • Patent number: 10629294
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 23, 2019
    Date of Patent: April 21, 2020
    Assignee: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 10589117
    Abstract: An integrated magnetic pulsation device for the treatment of foot pain that utilizes an electrical pulse generator and a magnetic coil situated within the same enclosure. The device having the capability to have a patient's foot placed onto the top of a magnetic coil or under that magnetic coil to expose that patient's foot to a series of high intensity magnetic pulsations. The device also including a control panel that directs a patient as to how to utilize the device for the treatment of that patient's foot pain.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 26, 2018
    Date of Patent: March 17, 2020
    Assignee: Zygood, LLC
    Inventors: Robert E. Fischell, Stephen T. Kaye
  • Publication number: 20200061348
    Abstract: An intravascular catheter for peri-vascular and/or peri-urethral tissue ablation includes multiple needles advanced through supported guide tubes which expand around a central axis to engage the interior surface of the wall of the renal artery or other vessel of a human body allowing the injection an ablative fluid for ablating tissue, and/or nerve fibers in the outer layer or deep to the outer layer of the vessel, or in prostatic tissue. The system may also include a means to limit and/or adjust the depth of penetration of the ablative fluid into and beyond the tissue of the vessel wall. The catheter may also include structures which provide radial and/or lateral support to the guide tubes so that the guide tubes expand uniformly and maintain their position against the interior surface of the vessel wall as the sharpened injection needles are advanced to penetrate into the vessel wall.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 12, 2019
    Publication date: February 27, 2020
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Tim A. Fischell, Robert Ryan Ragland, Darrin James Kent, Andy Edward Denison, Eric Thomas Johnson, Jeff Alan Burke, Christopher Scott Hayden, Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20190348157
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 23, 2019
    Publication date: November 14, 2019
    Applicant: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 10410740
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 18, 2018
    Date of Patent: September 10, 2019
    Assignee: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20190269435
    Abstract: An intravascular catheter for peri-vascular and/or peri-urethral tissue ablation includes multiple needles advanced through supported guide tubes which expand around a central axis to engage the interior surface of the wall of the renal artery or other vessel of a human body allowing the injection an ablative fluid for ablating tissue, and/or nerve fibers in the outer layer or deep to the outer layer of the vessel, or in prostatic tissue. The system may also include a means to limit and/or adjust the depth of penetration of the ablative fluid into and beyond the tissue of the vessel wall. The catheter may also include structures which provide radial and/or lateral support to the guide tubes so that the guide tubes expand uniformly and maintain their position against the interior surface of the vessel wall as the sharpened injection needles are advanced to penetrate into the vessel wall.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 8, 2019
    Publication date: September 5, 2019
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Tim A. Fischell, Robert Ryan Ragland, Darrin James Kent, Andy Edward Denison, Eric Thomas Johnson, Jeff Alan Burke, Christopher Scott Hayden, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 10350392
    Abstract: An intravascular catheter for peri-vascular or peri-urethral tissue ablation includes multiple needles advanced through supported guide tubes which expand around a central axis to engage the interior surface of the wall of the renal artery or other vessel of a human body allowing the injection an ablative fluid for ablating tissue, such as nerve fibers in the outer layer or deep to the outer layer of the vessel, or in prostatic tissue. The system may also control the depth of penetration of the ablative fluid into and beyond the tissue of the vessel wall. The catheter may also include structures which provide radial or lateral support to the guide tubes so that the guide tubes expand uniformly and maintain their position against the interior surface of the vessel wall as the sharpened injection needles are advanced to penetrate into the vessel wall.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 19, 2016
    Date of Patent: July 16, 2019
    Assignee: Ablative Solutions, Inc.
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Tim A. Fischell, Robert Ryan Ragland, Darrin James Kent, Andy Edward Denison, Eric Thomas Johnson, Jeff Alan Burke, Christopher Scott Hayden, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 10226278
    Abstract: An intravascular catheter for peri-vascular or peri-urethral tissue ablation includes multiple needles advanced through supported guide tubes which expand around a central axis to engage the interior surface of the wall of the renal artery or other vessel of a human body allowing the injection an ablative fluid for ablating tissue, or nerve fibers in the outer layer or deep to the outer layer of the vessel, or in prostatic tissue. A method can involve injection of the ablative fluid over an extended time period of at least 10 seconds or with two injections at two different penetration depths to reduce or eliminate patient pain during ablation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 31, 2015
    Date of Patent: March 12, 2019
    Assignee: Ablative Solutions, Inc.
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Tim A. Fischell, Robert Ryan Ragland, Darrin James Kent, Andy Edward Denison, Eric Thomas Johnson, Jeff Alan Burke, Christopher Scott Hayden, Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20190019572
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 18, 2018
    Publication date: January 17, 2019
    Applicant: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 10102922
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 3, 2018
    Date of Patent: October 16, 2018
    Assignee: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20180289383
    Abstract: A device for stopping bleeding from inside a nostril of a human nose. The device being formed from a sponge-like material that has an upper portion having a size and shape adapted for insertion into the nostril of a human nose and the upper portion also being formed integral with a handle, wherein an outer surface of the upper portion being coated with a material that causes blood to clot.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 7, 2017
    Publication date: October 11, 2018
    Inventor: Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20180226140
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 3, 2018
    Publication date: August 9, 2018
    Applicant: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 10029112
    Abstract: A Transcranial Magnetic Stimulator (TMS) is used by a patient to treat a variety of human disorders including migraine headaches. The device has an electronic device to charge a capacitor to a high voltage which creates a high current in a magnetic coil which produces an intense magnetic pulse applied to the patient's head for treatment of migraine headaches or to other patient body parts to treat other disorders. The TMS may be reprogrammed remotely over the Internet to add additional pulses or additional time that the patient may use the TMS, during which time the TMS would continue to function. The data in the TMS may be sent over the Internet to the patient's physician and/or to a monitor to send the data to the company that manufactured the TMS.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 7, 2014
    Date of Patent: July 24, 2018
    Assignee: Eneura, Inc.
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Robert E. Fischell, Joseph P. Fredrick, Stanley P. Woods
  • Patent number: 9968798
    Abstract: A transcranial magnetic stimulation device has a capacitor for storing electrical energy. A wire coil delivers a magnetic pulse when the capacitor is actuated to cause current flow through the wire coil. A charging circuit charges the capacitor and there is a sensor which includes an unactivated state and an activated state. A control circuit connected to the body sensor initiates the delivery of a magnetic pulse when current from the capacitor flows through the wire coil.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 26, 2014
    Date of Patent: May 15, 2018
    Assignee: Eneura, Inc.
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Robert E. Fischell, Victor Fei, Priyanka Venkatesh, Qi Rui, Rachel Hyder, Abirvab Deb
  • Patent number: 9965596
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 15, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 8, 2018
    Assignee: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 9849302
    Abstract: A magnetic coil system for the treatment of foot pain which has an electrical pulse generator sequentially connected to three separate magnetic coils that have been placed around that patient's foot. The magnetic coil system consisting of one bottom coil, one coil on top of the foot and a third coil that is situated around the back of the foot and the bottom of the ankle. The three coils being separately and sequentially activated by the electrical pulse generator. The treatment of plantar fasciitis being accomplished by the activation of a series of intense magnetic pulsations using only the bottom coil.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 14, 2016
    Date of Patent: December 26, 2017
    Assignee: Zygood, LLC
    Inventors: Susan R. Fischell, Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20170344725
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 15, 2017
    Publication date: November 30, 2017
    Applicant: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 9811638
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 3, 2016
    Date of Patent: November 7, 2017
    Assignee: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell
  • Publication number: 20170304594
    Abstract: An intravascular catheter for peri-vascular and/or peri-urethral tissue ablation includes multiple needles advanced through supported guide tubes which expand around a central axis to engage the interior surface of the wall of the renal artery or other vessel of a human body allowing the injection an ablative fluid for ablating tissue, and/or nerve fibers in the outer layer or deep to the outer layer of the vessel, or in prostatic tissue. The system may also include a means to limit and/or adjust the depth of penetration of the ablative fluid into and beyond the tissue of the vessel wall. The catheter may also include structures which provide radial and/or lateral support to the guide tubes so that the guide tubes expand uniformly and maintain their position against the interior surface of the vessel wall as the sharpened injection needles are advanced to penetrate into the vessel wall.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 19, 2016
    Publication date: October 26, 2017
    Inventors: David R. Fischell, Tim A. Fischell, Robert Ryan Ragland, Darrin James Kent, Andy Edward Denison, Eric Thomas Johnson, Jeff Alan Burke, Christopher Scott Hayden, Robert E. Fischell
  • Patent number: 9773096
    Abstract: A glycemic control system includes a physician processor, remote processor, and a portable telephone having a data input mechanism, a display, and an internal processor for bi-directional communication with the physician's processor and the remote processor. A patient inputs data to the internal processor responsive to input from the physician's processor and then transmits the information to the remote processor where an optimized number of units to be administered is sent back and displayed on the portable telephone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 11, 2017
    Date of Patent: September 26, 2017
    Assignee: Aseko, Inc.
    Inventors: Robert C. Booth, Robert E. Fischell