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  • Kaysville, UT
  • Morgan, UT
  • Ogden, UT
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Farmington, UT
  • Boynton Beach, FL

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Owner

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Location:
797 Elk Run Dr, Morgan, UT 84050
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Inceptio Medical Technologies
Owner
Education:
University of Utah 1983 - 1989
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Bradley Stringer

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Location:
United States

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bradley J. Stringer
Manager
Blue Sky Aviation LLC
Business Services at Non-Commercial Site
652 Springwood Dr, Farmington, UT 84025
Bradley J. Stringer
Manager
John Anderson
Dentist's Office
3485 W 4800 S, Roy, UT 84067
1401 N 1075 W, Farmington, UT 84025
(801) 447-5437
Bradley J. Stringer
Principal
Weber Aeroventures, LLC
Nonclassifiable Establishments
652 Springwood Dr, Farmington, UT 84025
Bradley J. Stringer
Principal
Bradley Stringer
Nonclassifiable Establishments · Whol Hardware
1401 N 1075 W, Farmington, UT 84025
Bradley J. Stringer
INCEPTIO MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES, LLC
Labor Organization
3125 E Kennedy Dr APT 1101, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
652 Springwood Dr, Farmington, UT 84025

Publications

Us Patents

Ultrasound Cabinet

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US Patent:
D472635, Apr 1, 2003
Filed:
Apr 11, 2002
Appl. No.:
29/158918
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT
Shayne Messerly - Farmington UT
Cameron P. Ford - Kaysville UT
Ronald C. Carter - Bountiful UT
Christopher G. Miller - Draper UT
Assignee:
Inceptio Medical Technologies, L.C. - Farmington UT
International Classification:
2401
US Classification:
D24160

Object Measuring And Weighing Apparatus

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US Patent:
6611787, Aug 26, 2003
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/966816
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT
Michael K. Elwood - West Valley City UT
Assignee:
Quantronix, Inc. - Farmington UT
International Classification:
G01B 1102
US Classification:
702159, 702156
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for weighing and non-contact measuring of dimensions of a stationary object, wherein a platen on which the object is isolated from a support assembly for dimension measuring sensors for greater sensitivity and accuracy in weight determination. A method of determining object speed of a linearly in-motion object, useful for determining object dimensions, is also disclosed.

Ultrasonic Vascular Imaging System And Method Of Blood Vessel Cannulation

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US Patent:
6755789, Jun 29, 2004
Filed:
Feb 5, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/072662
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT
Gary A. Simmons - Farmington UT
Douglas A. Christensen - Salt Lake City UT
Shayne Messerly - Farmington UT
Cameron P. Ford - Kaysville UT
Robert W. Evensen - Layton UT
Assignee:
Inceptio Medical Technologies, LLC - Farmington UT
International Classification:
A61B 814
US Classification:
600461, 600441
Abstract:
An apparatus, method and system for cannulation of blood vessels. The apparatus comprises a sensor assembly including two linear transducer arrays oriented perpendicularly to each other to form a “T” shape to provide substantially simultaneous ultrasound images of at least one blood vessel in a portion of a patients body in two perpendicular planes. The apparatus may also include one or more Doppler transducer elements to transmit and receive one or more Doppler beams at an incident angle beneath one of the transducer arrays and in alignment therewith to determine blood flow direction and velocity within the at least one blood vessel. The sensor assembly may be disposed within an elongated, flexible, protective sheath and secured to a graphically marked cover to facilitate orientation of the sensor assembly on the patient and guidance of a needle towards a desired target vessel during the cannulation procedure. The cover may also include associated structure to cooperate with a reference location element to place, align and secure the sensor assembly to the patients skin at a desired location.

Multiplanar Ultrasonic Vascular Imaging Device, System Incorporating Same, Method Of Use And Protective Sheath

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US Patent:
7214191, May 8, 2007
Filed:
Jun 21, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/872699
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT, US
Gary A. Simmons - Farmington UT, US
Douglas A. Christensen - Salt Lake City UT, US
Shayne Messerly - Farmington UT, US
Cameron P. Ford - Kaysville UT, US
Robert W. Evensen - Layton UT, US
Assignee:
Inceptio Medical Technologies, L.C. - Kaysville UT
International Classification:
A61B 8/14
US Classification:
600459
Abstract:
An apparatus, method, system, component kit and protective sheath for cannulation of blood vessels are disclosed. The apparatus comprises a sensor assembly to provide ultrasound images of at least one blood vessel in a portion of a patient's body in two perpendicular planes. The sensor assembly may have graphic markings on an exterior surface thereof to facilitate orientation of the sensor assembly on the patient and guidance of a needle towards a desired target vessel during the cannulation procedure. The sensor assembly may also include associated structure to cooperate with a reference location element to place, align and secure the sensor assembly to the patient's skin at a desired location.

Multiplanar Ultrasonic Vascular Sensor Assembly And Apparatus For Movably Affixing A Sensor Assembly To A Body

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US Patent:
7806828, Oct 5, 2010
Filed:
Feb 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/364811
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT, US
Assignee:
Inceptio Medical Technologies, LC - Farmington UT
International Classification:
A61B 8/00
US Classification:
600461, 600459, 600437
Abstract:
An apparatus is provided for cannulation of blood vessels. The apparatus comprises a sensor assembly including two linear transducer arrays oriented perpendicular to each other to form a “T” shape to provide ultrasound images of at least one blood vessel in a portion of a patient's body in two perpendicular planes. The sensor assembly includes a housing having a graphically marked surface to facilitate orientation of the sensor assembly on the patient and guidance of a needle toward a desired target vessel during the cannulation procedure. The housing is configured to engage a frame element having a pair of wings extending laterally therefrom, the wings each bearing a magnet to cooperate with a reference location element secured to a patient's skin and bearing magnetically responsive shims thereon to place, align and secure the sensor assembly to the patient's skin at a desired location.

Multiplanar Ultrasonic Vascular Sensor Assembly, System And Methods Employing Same, Apparatus For Movably Affixing A Sensor Assembly To A Body And Associated Methods

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US Patent:
7819810, Oct 26, 2010
Filed:
Aug 3, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/911860
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT, US
Gary A. Simmons - Farmington UT, US
Douglas A. Christensen - Salt Lake City UT, US
Shayne Messerly - Farmington UT, US
Cameron P. Ford - Kaysville UT, US
Robert W. Evensen - Layton UT, US
Assignee:
Inceptio Medical Technologies, LC - Farmington UT
International Classification:
A61B 8/00
US Classification:
600461, 600459, 600437
Abstract:
An apparatus, method and system for cannulation of blood vessels. The apparatus comprises a sensor assembly including two linear transducer arrays oriented perpendicular to each other to form a “T” shape to provide ultrasound images of at least one blood vessel in a portion of a patient's body in two perpendicular planes. The sensor assembly may have graphic markings on an exterior surface thereof to facilitate orientation of the sensor assembly on the patient and guidance of a needle toward a desired target vessel during the cannulation procedure. The sensor assembly may also include an associated structure to cooperate with a reference location element to place, align and secure the sensor assembly to the patient's skin at a desired location.

Measuring Method And Apparatus

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US Patent:
51053926, Apr 14, 1992
Filed:
Mar 18, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/671256
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT
Brian H. Smith - Kaysville UT
Robert L. Kennington - Fruit Heights UT
Assignee:
Quantronix, Inc. - Farmington UT
International Classification:
G01S 1500
US Classification:
367 99
Abstract:
The present invention relates to methods and apparatus for measuring the linear dimensions and determining the three-dimensional, spatial volume of objects. In the preferred embodiments, ultrasonic sensing is employed, alone or in combination with other measuring methods such as light curtains and the timing of moving objects, to ascertain linear dimensions. The preferred embodiments are particularly adapted to the measurement of large and irregularly configured objects, such as palletized loads, and to the measurement of moving, rectangular objects of random orientation with respect to the direction of travel.

In-Motion Dimensioning System And Method For Cuboidal Objects

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US Patent:
60493860, Apr 11, 2000
Filed:
Oct 21, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/176443
Inventors:
Bradley J. Stringer - Farmington UT
Lee W. Badger - Ogden UT
Assignee:
Quantronix, Inc. - Farmington UT
International Classification:
G01B 1104
US Classification:
356383
Abstract:
An in-motion measuring system for determining the length and width of linearly-moving cuboidal objects through the use of object speed, the times during which six light beams oriented across the path of the object are obstructed by the object, and the angles of the light beams with respect to the direction of object movement. The height of an object may also be determined through use of a vertically-extending light curtain with horizontally-oriented light beams, or via an ultrasonic sensor.
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