James Kraemer Ph.D.
Robert L Angell, James R Kraemer: Detection of toxic waste using RFIDs. International Business Machines Corporation, Dillon & Yudell, June 21, 2011: US07965172 (3 worldwide citation)

Toxic waste is laced with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags. Subsequently, wherever the RFID tags are detected in an area, a conclusion is drawn that there is a presence, either past or present, of the toxic waste in the area.

Michael P Whitman, Donald Malinouskas, Peter Datcuk, David Nicholas: Surgical device having multiple drivers. Tyco Healthcare Group, June 21, 2011: US07963433 (292 worldwide citation)

A surgical device is provided, the surgical device including a first driver for performing a first movement function; a second driver for performing a second movement function; a first rotatable drive shaft configured, upon actuation, to cause selective engagement of one of the first and second driv ...

David E Francischelli, Roderick E Briscoe, Paul T Rothstein, David Jin Sung Kim, James R Keogh, Tom P Daigle, Adam A Podbeliski, Stephen J Roddy, Steve Christian, Brian Ross, James Skarda, Scott E Jahns, Alison Lutterman: Electrosurgical hemostat. Medtronic, June 21, 2011: US07963963 (265 worldwide citation)

A hemostat-type device for ablative treatment of tissue, particularly for treatment of atrial fibrillation, is constructed with features that provide easy and effective treatment. The device may include a swiveling head assembly that allows the jaws to be adjusted in pitch and/or roll. The device ma ...

Pun Jae Choi, Jin Hyun Lee, Ki Yeol Park, Myong Soo Cho: Semiconductor light emitting device, method of manufacturing the same, and semiconductor light emitting device package using the same. Samsung LED, McDermott Will & Emery, June 21, 2011: US07964881 (257 worldwide citation)

There is provided a semiconductor light emitting device, a method of manufacturing the same, and a semiconductor light emitting device package using the same. A semiconductor light emitting device having a first conductivity type semiconductor layer, an active layer, a second conductivity type semic ...

Bryan D Knodel, Bernard A Hausen, Luke W Clauson: Driverless surgical stapler. Cardica, Brian A Schar, June 21, 2011: US07963432 (252 worldwide citation)

An exemplary driverless surgical stapler may include a staple holder; staples positioned within that staple holder; and at least one wedge, where each wedge is slidable to directly contact at least one staple, where that contact causes deployment of each contacted staple. An exemplary surgical metho ...

Robert L Bingle, Joseph Camilleri, Peter J Whitehead, Kenneth Schofield: Imaging system for vehicle. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, June 21, 2011: US07965336 (176 worldwide citation)

An imaging system for a vehicle includes a camera module positionable at the vehicle and a control. The camera module includes a plastic housing that houses an image sensor, which is operable to capture images of a scene occurring exteriorly of the vehicle. The control is operable to process images ...

Albert N Santilli, Amit Patel: Surgical clamp assembly with electrodes. Wayne D Porter Jr, June 21, 2011: US07963964 (167 worldwide citation)

A surgical clamp assembly includes a clamp having movable jaws, each of which has a clamping surface for engaging a portion of a patient's body. An electrode forms a portion of the clamping surface of at least one of the jaws, the electrode being capable of heating, severing, or cauterizing the port ...

Robert Whelan, Lamar Van Wagenen, Roy Morris: System and method for detecting unauthorized wireless access points. Wavelink Corporation, Joshua King, Graybeal Jackson, June 21, 2011: US07965842 (154 worldwide citation)

Unauthorized wireless access points are detected by configuring authorized access points and mobile units to listen to all wireless traffic in its cell and report all detected wireless devices to a monitor. The monitor checks the reported devices against a list of authorized network devices. If the ...

Tim Swan, David McKinney: Method and system for conveying medical information to a medical service person. Sprint Spectrum, June 21, 2011: US07965983 (144 worldwide citation)

A method and system for securely conveying patient medical information to a medical service person is described. The conveyance may be conditional upon authentication of a unique code associated with a patient apparatus and a unique code associated with a medical service person apparatus. The patien ...

Patrick Lewis Blott, Bryan Greener, Edward Yerbury Hartwell, Derek Nicolini, Tina Michelle, Julian Lee Webb: Wound cleansing apparatus in-situ. Smith & Nephew, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, June 21, 2011: US07964766 (133 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for cleansing wounds, in which wound exudate is removed from a wound bed and selectively cleansed and returned to the wound. The cleansing means removes materials deleterious to wound healing, and the cleansed fluid, still containing materials that are beneficial in promoting wound heal ...