Patents by Inventor Steven Kenny

Steven Kenny 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: 20190201678
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient is disclosed. The access port includes a body, at least two reservoirs defined within the access port body, and at least one septum secured to the body and enclosing the reservoirs within the body. The access port also includes reservoir outlets defined within the reservoirs. The access port also has body conduits defined within the body and in fluid communication with the reservoir outlets and external openings defined in the exterior of the body. An implantable access port and system for use in apheresis is also provided that includes an implantable access port, at least one needle, and a catheter that is fluidly connected to the access port.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 24, 2016
    Publication date: July 4, 2019
    Applicant: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: Barry G. Hanson, Brian Keese, Blaine Johnson, Daniel K. Recinella, Michael Fowler, A. David Smith, James Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20190054284
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring a fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient's body is disclosed. The access port includes a base, a bowl-shaped reservoir defined within the base by a smooth surfaced wall, and a septum secured to the base and enclosing the reservoir within the base. The access port also has an outlet passageway defined within the base and extending in communication with a reservoir outlet defined within the reservoir and an external opening defined in the exterior of the base.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 26, 2018
    Publication date: February 21, 2019
    Applicant: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: David A. Smith, Michael Fowler, Barry Hanson, Blaine Johnson, Brian Keese, Daniel K. Recinella, Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20170340872
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient is disclosed. The access port includes a body, at least two reservoirs defined within the access port body, and at least one septum secured to the body and enclosing the reservoirs within the body. The access port also includes reservoir outlets defined within the reservoirs. The access port also has body conduits defined within the body and in fluid communication with the reservoir outlets and external openings defined in the exterior of the body. An implantable access port and system for use in apheresis is also provided that includes an implantable access port, at least one needle, and a catheter that is fluidly connected to the access port.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 24, 2016
    Publication date: November 30, 2017
    Applicant: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: Barry G. Hanson, Brian Keese, Blaine Johnson, Daniel K. Recinella, Michael Fowler, A. David Smith, James Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20160317797
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring a fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient's body is disclosed. The access port includes a base, a bowl-shaped reservoir defined within the base by a smooth surfaced wall, and a septum secured to the base and enclosing the reservoir within the base. The access port also has an outlet passageway defined within the base and extending in communication with a reservoir outlet defined within the reservoir and an external opening defined in the exterior of the base.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 2, 2014
    Publication date: November 3, 2016
    Applicant: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: A. David Smith, Michael Fowler, Barry G. Hanson, Blaine Johnson, Brian Keese, Daniel K. Recinella, Steven Kenny
  • Patent number: 9358378
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient is disclosed. The access port includes a body, at least two reservoirs defined within the access port body, and at least one septum secured to the body and enclosing the reservoirs within the body. The access port also includes reservoir outlets defined within the reservoirs. The access port also has body conduits defined within the body and in fluid communication with the reservoir outlets and external openings defined in the exterior of the body. An implantable access port and system for use in apheresis is also provided that includes an implantable access port, at least one needle, and a catheter that is fluidly connected to the access port.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 20, 2014
    Date of Patent: June 7, 2016
    Assignee: Angio Dynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: Barry G. Hanson, Brian Keese, Blaine Johnson, Daniel K. Recinella, Michael Fowler, A. David Smith, James Steven Kenny
  • Patent number: 8926573
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring a fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient's body is disclosed. The access port includes a base, a bowl-shaped reservoir defined within the base by a smooth surfaced wall, and a septum secured to the base and enclosing the reservoir within the base. The access port also has an outlet passageway defined within the base and extending in communication with a reservoir outlet defined within the reservoir and an external opening defined in the exterior of the base.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 8, 2008
    Date of Patent: January 6, 2015
    Assignee: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: A. David Smith, Michael Fowler, Barry G. Hanson, Blaine Johnson, Daniel K. Recinella, Brian Keese, Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20140236105
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient is disclosed. The access port includes a body, at least two reservoirs defined within the access port body, and at least one septum secured to the body and enclosing the reservoirs within the body. The access port also includes reservoir outlets defined within the reservoirs. The access port also has body conduits defined within the body and in fluid communication with the reservoir outlets and external openings defined in the exterior of the body. An implantable access port and system for use in apheresis is also provided that includes an implantable access port, at least one needle, and a catheter that is fluidly connected to the access port.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 20, 2014
    Publication date: August 21, 2014
    Applicant: ANGIODYNAMICS, INC.
    Inventors: Barry G. Hanson, Brian Keese, Blaine Johnson, Daniel K. Recinella, Michael Fowler, A. David Smith, James Steven Kenny
  • Patent number: 8607428
    Abstract: A catheter repair kit and method for repairing a catheter is provided. The catheter repair kit can include a rod and a connection element for coupling the rod to the connection element. The method of repairing the catheter can include providing a catheter with a remnant extension leg, a replacement extension tube, and the steps of attaching a connection element to the remnant extension leg, and coupling the remnant extension leg to the replacement extension tube.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 31, 2011
    Date of Patent: December 17, 2013
    Assignee: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: Brian F. Nentwick, James Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20120253295
    Abstract: A catheter for implantation into a patient having a catheter tube having a distal end, a means for trimming the distal end of the catheter tube after subcutaneous insertion of the tip of the catheter lumen into a desired position within the patient to form a trimmed end portion, and a means for selectively positioning each respective lumen of the trimmed end portion of the catheter tube into fluid communication with the respective first end of one attachment tube. The attachment tube is select fluid communication with a desired medical device. Additionally, a repair kit and method of repairing a damaged catheter in which a fluid-tight connection is created between an existing implanted catheter and a replacement tubing.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 31, 2011
    Publication date: October 4, 2012
    Applicant: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: Brian F. Nentwick, James Steven Kenny
  • Patent number: 7905875
    Abstract: A catheter for implantation into a patient having a catheter tube having a distal end, a means for trimming the distal end of the catheter tube after subcutaneous insertion of the tip of the catheter lumen into a desired position within the patient to form a trimmed end portion, and a means for selectively positioning each respective lumen of the trimmed end portion of the catheter tube into fluid communication with the respective first end of one attachment tube. The attachment tube is select fluid communication with a desired medical device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 21, 2009
    Date of Patent: March 15, 2011
    Assignee: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: A. David Smith, Dominick L. Mastri, Jeffrey P. Radziunas, Paul DiCesare, James Steven Kenny
  • Patent number: 7740616
    Abstract: A catheter for implantation into a patient having a catheter tube having a distal end, a means for trimming the distal end of the catheter tube after subcutaneous insertion of the tip of the catheter lumen into a desired position within the patient to form a trimmed end portion, and a means for selectively positioning each respective lumen of the trimmed end portion of the catheter tube into fluid communication with the respective first end of one attachment tube. The attachment tube is select fluid communication with a desired medical device.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 29, 2006
    Date of Patent: June 22, 2010
    Assignee: AngioDynamics, Inc.
    Inventors: A. David Smith, Dominick L. Mastri, Jeffrey P. Radziunas, Paul DiCesare, James Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20100100074
    Abstract: A catheter for implantation into a patient having a catheter tube having a distal end, a means for trimming the distal end of the catheter tube after subcutaneous insertion of the tip of the catheter lumen into a desired position within the patient to form a trimmed end portion, and a means for selectively positioning each respective lumen of the trimmed end portion of the catheter tube into fluid communication with the respective first end of one attachment tube. The attachment tube is select fluid communication with a desired medical device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 21, 2009
    Publication date: April 22, 2010
    Inventors: A. DAVID SMITH, Dominick L. Mastri, Jeffrey P. Radziunas, Paul DiCesare, James Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20090227862
    Abstract: An implantable access port for use in transferring a fluid transdermally between an external fluid storage or dispensing device and a site within a patient's body is disclosed. The access port includes a base, a bowl-shaped reservoir defined within the base by a smooth surfaced wall, and a septum secured to the base and enclosing the reservoir within the base. The access port also has an outlet passageway defined within the base and extending in communication with a reservoir outlet defined within the reservoir and an external opening defined in the exterior of the base.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 8, 2008
    Publication date: September 10, 2009
    Inventors: A. David Smith, Michael Fowler, Barry G. Hanson, Blaine Johnson, Daniel K. Recinella, Brian Keese, Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20040147267
    Abstract: A wireless telecommunications network (100) comprises a multiplicity of Bluetooth™ units, some of which are fixed and act as base units (BS1; BS2; BS3; BS4) and some mobile (MS1; MS2; MS3; MS4). The fixed units are connected to a Local Area Network (LAN) along with a telephony gateway (4) and a PABX (5) and PSTN (6). Methods for controlling handoff of mobile units while roaming within the network are provided, as well a method for determining the order of handoffs and the positions of mobile positions within the network.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 25, 2004
    Publication date: July 29, 2004
    Inventors: Stephen Hill, Steven Kenny, Dickson Poon, David Parsons
  • Patent number: 6676633
    Abstract: An intravascular administration set with an integral needle safety device is disclosed. An elongate needle trap is pivotally affixed at a first end to a needle stick guard. A winged needle holder carrying a needle is received by the needle stick guard and the needle trap, and is adapted to be moved along the length of the needle trap from the first end toward a second end thereof. A needle guide hole is defined within the needle stick guard, and at least a portion of the needle shaft is passed through the guide hole. The guide hole is axially spaced from the axis of the needle such that the needle is offset with respect to the guide hole once the needle is withdrawn therefrom.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 24, 2002
    Date of Patent: January 13, 2004
    Assignee: Horizon Medical Products, Inc.
    Inventors: A. David Smith, J. Steven Kenny
  • Publication number: 20030083624
    Abstract: An intravascular administration set with an integral needle safety device is disclosed. The device includes an elongate needle trap which is pivotally affixed at its first end to a needle stick guard. A winged needle holder having an elongate needle affixed thereto is received by each of the needle stick guard and the needle trap and is adapted to be moved at least partially along the length of the needle trap from the first end toward a spaced second end thereof. A needle guide hole is defined within the needle stick guard, and at least a portion of the needle shaft is passed through the guide hole. The needle holder is constructed to be moved into a position spaced from the needle stick guard such that the shaft of the needle is withdrawn from the guide hole.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 24, 2002
    Publication date: May 1, 2003
    Inventors: A. David Smith, J. Steven Kenny