Patents by Inventor Ryszard Radwanski

Ryszard Radwanski 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: 20190226062
    Abstract: Object of the invention is multi-phase steel, used for production of standard-gauge rails, characterized by the fact that the content of basic elements in the steel is no less than: C—0.15% wt, Si—0.60% wt, Mn—1.20% wt, Cr—1.20% wt, Ni—0.20% wt, Mo—0.10% wt, and additionally contains: Ti—0.01-0.25% wt, satisfying the relationship (% wt Mo)/(% mas. Ti)>1; Al—0.01-0.80% wt; B—0.001-0.003% wt., H2?2 ppm, N?80 ppm, volume of individual constituents is in relation to the total weigh of multiphase steel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 23, 2016
    Publication date: July 25, 2019
    Inventors: Tomasz ZYGMUNT, Janusz KASPROWICZ, Tomasz DZIERZAWCZYK, Stanislaw WOJCIK, Roman KUZIAK, Wladyslaw ZALECKI, Ryszard MOLENDA, Krzysztof RADWANSKI, Andrzej WROZYNA
  • Patent number: 9457522
    Abstract: Methods of manufacturing a contact lens are provided. Such methods include using an adjustable mandrel to fixedly retain a single mold section carrying a polymerized contact lens product and delensing the contact lens product from the single mold section. Adjustable mandrels are also provided.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 24, 2014
    Date of Patent: October 4, 2016
    Assignee: COOPERVISION INTERNATIONAL HOLDING COMPANY, LP
    Inventors: John G. Followill, Ryszard Radwanski, David Chiang
  • Publication number: 20140312516
    Abstract: Methods of manufacturing a contact lens are provided. Such methods include using an adjustable mandrel to fixedly retain a single mold section carrying a polymerized contact lens product and delensing the contact lens product from the single mold section. Adjustable mandrels are also provided.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 24, 2014
    Publication date: October 23, 2014
    Applicant: CooperVision International Holding Company, LP
    Inventors: John G. Followill, Ryszard Radwanski, David Chiang
  • Patent number: 8696596
    Abstract: A device and method for lancing a patient, virtually simultaneously producing and collecting a small fluid sample from a body. The device comprises a blood collection system including a lancing needle (16), drive mechanism (11), kneading or vibration mechanism (25), optional suction system (7), and sample ejection mechanism. The device is preferably sized to be hand-held in one hand and operable with one hand. The device can optionally contain integral testing or analysis component (83) for receiving the sample and providing testing or analysis indication or readout for the user. A method involves piercing the skin at a rapid rate, kneading the surrounding area by ultrasonic action, piezoelectric or mechanical oscillation to stimulate the blood flow from the wound, drawing the fluid using a pumping system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 22, 2009
    Date of Patent: April 15, 2014
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Henry M. Grage, Michael S. Sanchez
  • Patent number: 8690798
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 3, 2012
    Date of Patent: April 8, 2014
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Publication number: 20140008824
    Abstract: A method and system for manufacturing a contact lens are disclosed involving aligning a male lens mold section and a female lens mold section. A picking head removes a male lens mold section from a male pallet for transfer to a female mold section on a female pallet. The picking head may move substantially freely in a plane perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the picking head as the distance between the male and female mold sections decreases. Alignment, for example, substantially precise alignment between the male mold section, carried by the picking head, and the female mold section carried by the female pallet may be achieved before the male mold section comes in contact with the female mold section.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 19, 2012
    Publication date: January 9, 2014
    Applicant: COOPERVISION INTERNATIONAL HOLDING COMPANY, LP
    Inventors: Xuxian Niu, Ryszard Radwanski, Henry Sarja, Eddie E. Baker, James R. Hufman, Roger R. Wenzel, Theodore V. Meigs
  • Publication number: 20120215084
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 3, 2012
    Publication date: August 23, 2012
    Applicant: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Patent number: 8231549
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 13, 2010
    Date of Patent: July 31, 2012
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Patent number: 8123701
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An onsite analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 13, 2010
    Date of Patent: February 28, 2012
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Patent number: 7901363
    Abstract: A device for sampling body fluid includes a housing having a sleeve at a forward end thereof which is displaceable in response to being pressed against a user's skin to trigger the firing of a lancet. After the lancet is removed from the incision, the sleeve is repeatedly pressed against the skin to depress a ring of body tissue in surrounding relationship to the incision to express body fluid outwardly through the incision. A pusher member is then actuated to push a capillary tube through a front end of the housing for drawing-in body fluid. The lancet is a disposable lancet which includes a body supporting a skin-lancing member and the capillary tube. The disposable lancet passes through an upper end of a lancet carrier when being installed or removed. The device cannot be armed until the disposable lancet is installed in the housing, because the capillary tube functions to push a safety device to a non-safety position.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 8, 2004
    Date of Patent: March 8, 2011
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Brent G. Duchon, Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Andrew M. Drexler
  • Publication number: 20100331731
    Abstract: A device and method for lancing a patient, virtually simultaneously producing and collecting a small fluid sample from a body. The device comprises a blood collection system including a lancing needle, drive mechanism, kneading or vibration mechanism, optional suction system, and sample ejection mechanism. The device is preferably sized to be hand-held in one hand and operable with one hand. The device can optionally contain integral testing or analysis component for receiving the sample and providing testing or analysis indication or readout for the user. In one configuration, the lancing needle may be withdrawn very slightly from the point of maximum penetration to create an opening in which blood can pool before being suctioned through to device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 29, 2010
    Publication date: December 30, 2010
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Henry M. Grage, Michael S. Sanchez
  • Patent number: 7828749
    Abstract: A device and method for lancing a patient, virtually simultaneously producing and collecting a small fluid sample from a body. The device comprises a blood collection system including a lancing needle (16), drive mechanism (11), kneading or vibration mechanism (25), optional suction system (7), and sample ejection mechanism. The device is preferably sized to be hand-held in one hand and operable with one hand. The device can optionally contain integral testing or analysis component (83) for receiving the sample and providing testing or analysis indication or readout for the user. A method involves piercing the skin at a rapid rate, kneading the surrounding area by ultrasonic action, piezoelectric or mechanical oscillation to stimulate the blood flow from the wound, drawing the fluid using a pumping system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 22, 2006
    Date of Patent: November 9, 2010
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Henry M. Grage, Michael S. Sanchez
  • Publication number: 20100222704
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 13, 2010
    Publication date: September 2, 2010
    Applicant: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Publication number: 20100222656
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 13, 2010
    Publication date: September 2, 2010
    Applicant: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Patent number: 7731668
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 16, 2007
    Date of Patent: June 8, 2010
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Patent number: 7727168
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 19, 2007
    Date of Patent: June 1, 2010
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent G. Duchon
  • Publication number: 20100106058
    Abstract: A device and method for lancing a patient, virtually simultaneously producing and collecting a small fluid sample from a body. The device comprises a blood collection system including a lancing needle (16), drive mechanism (11), kneading or vibration mechanism (25), optional suction system (7), and sample ejection mechanism. The device is preferably sized to be hand-held in one hand and operable with one hand. The device can optionally contain integral testing or analysis component (83) for receiving the sample and providing testing or analysis indication or readout for the user. A method involves piercing the skin at a rapid rate, kneading the surrounding area by ultrasonic action, piezoelectric or mechanical oscillation to stimulate the blood flow from the wound, drawing the fluid using a pumping system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 22, 2009
    Publication date: April 29, 2010
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Henry M. Grage, Michael S. Sanchez
  • Patent number: 7666150
    Abstract: A device and method for lancing a patient, virtually simultaneously producing and collecting a small fluid sample from a body. The device comprises a blood collection system including a lancing needle (16), drive mechanism (11), kneading or vibration mechanism (25), optional suction system (7), and sample ejection mechanism. The device is preferably sized to be hand-held in one hand and operable with one hand. The device can optionally contain integral testing or analysis component (83) for receiving the sample and providing testing or analysis indication or readout for the user. A method involves piercing the skin at a rapid rate, kneading the surrounding area by ultrasonic action, piezoelectric or mechanical oscillation to stimulate the blood flow from the wound, drawing the fluid using a pumping system.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 29, 2004
    Date of Patent: February 23, 2010
    Assignee: Roche Diagnostics Operations, Inc.
    Inventors: Joel S. Douglas, Jeffrey N. Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Henry M. Grage, Michael S. Sanchez
  • Publication number: 20080015425
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 16, 2007
    Publication date: January 17, 2008
    Applicant: ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS OPERATIONS, INC.
    Inventors: Joel Douglas, Jeffrey Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent Duchon
  • Publication number: 20070293747
    Abstract: A sampling device for sampling body fluid includes a lancet for making an incision, a capillary tube for drawing-up body fluid from the incision, and a test strip affixed to an upper end of the capillary tube for receiving the fluid. An absorbent pad can be disposed between the test strip and capillary tube for spreading-out the fluid being transferred to the test strip. An on-site analyzer such as an optical analyzer and/or an electrochemical analyzer can be mounted in the device for analyzing the fluid. Alternatively, a test strip can be slid through a slot formed in the bottom end of the device so that by passing the device against the skin after an incision has been formed, the test strip will directly contact body fluid emanating from the incision.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 19, 2007
    Publication date: December 20, 2007
    Applicant: ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS OPERATIONS, INC.
    Inventors: Joel Douglas, Jeffrey Roe, Ryszard Radwanski, Brent Duchon