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Health Care Issue
1. Francois Wolmarans- Projects Engineer for The Linde Group (Largest industrial gas company for health products)
2. Sandra E. Peterson- Group Worldwide Chair for Johnson & Johnson (Bachelors in government studies and MPA in applied economics)
3. Carolyn S. Calfee, M.D- medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Completed a master's degree in clinical research at UCSF in 2009.
4. Homer Boushey, M.D- USFC.
5. Scott P. Bartlett, M.D - Medical Degree from Washington University of Medicine. Specializes in pediatric plastic surgery
6. Redmond Burke, M.D - Majored in Human Biology at Stanford, and medical degree at Harvard.
7. Dustin Heringer, M.D. - medical degree in his home state at the University of North Dakota. specializes in oculofacial plastic and cosmetic surgery
8. Monica Nania, M.D- Graduated Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Pediatrician in AZ
9. Nicolas Gonzalez, M.D- Medical Degree from UNIversity of Arizona College of Medicine
10. John G. Meara, M.D, D.M.D, - Craniofacial Surgery and Global Health. BS from University of Notre Dame, his MD from the University of Michigan Medical School, his DMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, and his MBA from the Melbourne Business School at University of Melbourne
11. Mark Urata, D.D.S, M.D.,- University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine; School of Dentistry and received M.D. from Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California. Specializes in Plastic and Craniofacial Surgery
12. Omar Ishrak- Bachelor of Science degree and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of London, King's College. CEO of Medtronics
13. Richard Le M.D. - Medical School at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
14. Donald M. Casey Jr. - Don Casey is the chief executive officer of the Medical segment of Cardinal Health (leading provider of medical products and supply to hospitals, laboratories, physician offices, surgery centers across the healthcare continuum)
15. Marilyn T Miller, M.D.
16. Neil Aaron, M.D- received medical degree from University of Michigan Medical School
17. Kevin A. Lobo - CEO of Striker Corps. Spent eight years at Johnson & Johnson, including CFO of McNeil Consumer Healthcare and Ortho Women’s Health & Urology, President of J&J Medical Products Canada and President of Ethicon Endo Surgery
18. Margery Shoptaugh M.D.- Medical Degree from University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine
19. James Guzek M.D. - medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine
20. Muhammad Malik M.D. - received medical degree from Nishtar Medical College
1. Nasal cannula apparatus
b. Assignee: Timmons, John W. and Timmons, Gloria A.
c. Filing date: 11/05/1986
d. Legal status: expired
e. A headband-like apparatus for securing the tubular ends of a nasal cannula above the eyes that has a junction on the forehead to direct the tubes around the head and nasal extensions which lead to the wearer’s nostrils. Designed to minimize discomfort of nasal cannulas while adult patients sleep, this invention keeps oxygen tubes away from the patient’s ears.
f. See figure 1 below. https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/pages/US4808160-1.png
2. Premature baby headband for supporting nasal cannulas and oxygen feed tubes
b. Assignee: Tumolo, Jean S.
c. Filing date: 11/15/1991
d. Legal status: expired
e. An adjustable, strip-like, elastic headband with loop-like attachments meant to secure the tubes of a nasal cannula for oxygen delivery or a feed tube to above the ears of a premature baby’s head. This invention intends to minimize the need to reposition prongs of the nasal cannula into the nares of the nostrils, allowing premature babies to have a more consistent flow of oxygen needed to survive and to rest undisturbed.
f. See figure 2 below.
3. Oxygen tube support apparatus and associated method
b. Assignee: Byrd, Timothy N.
c. Filing date: 11/30/1995
d. Legal status: expired
e. A sizeable apparatus which allows nasal cannula tubes to be held by branches of a head-piece with loops to hold the ends above the adult patient’s ears. This method serves to diminish discomfort and irritation caused by draping oxygen tubes around the ears of a patient.
f. See figure 3 below.
4. Head positioning aids for premature infants
b. Assignee: Tortle Products LLC
c. Filing date: 06/23/2014
d. Legal status: pending
e. A positioning aid for premature infants that includes a cap placed over the baby’s head with Velcro straps to secure nasal cannula tubes on the side of the baby’s head over the ears. While this invention is primarily used for maintaining the optimal position of an infants head in order to maximize airflow, it includes the capability of securing oxygen tubes comfortably.
f. See figure 4 below.
Fundability Worksheet Scores
Byrd, Timothy N. (Timothy N. Byrd). Oxygen Tube Support Apparatus and Associated Method. US Patent 565,759, November 30, 1995.
Mathew, N. What is Nasal Cannula? Full guide; http://medinstrum.com/what-is-n asal-cannula/ (accessed Sep 5, 2017).
Oxygen-delivery devices; http://www.atitesting.com/ati_next_gen/skillsmodules/ content/oxygen-therapy/equipment/delivery-devices.html (accessed Sep 5, 2017).
Reducing The Risk Of Superficial Skin Damage Related To Adhesive Use; http://multimedia.3m.com/mws/media/114095O/reducing-adhesive-trauma-problem-solution.pdf (accessed Sep 5, 2017).
Scott, Jane; Fitch, Brendan; Fitch, Cameron. (Tortle Products LLC). Head Positioning Aids for Premature Infants. US Patent 14/312,594, June 23, 2014.
Timmons, Gloria A.; Timmons, John W. (Gloria A. Timmons and John W. Timmons). Nasal Cannula Apparatus. US Patent 927,525, November 5,1986.
Tumolo, Jean S. (Jean S. Tumolo). Premature Baby Headband for Supporting Nasal Cannulas and Oxygen Feed Tubes. US Patent 792,609, November 15, 1991.
"US News and World Report News." US News, Doximity, health.usnews.com/. Accessed 6 Sept. 2017.