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  • 285 Cedar Post Cv, Collierville, TN 38017 (901) 854-2771
  • 541 Carruthers Rd, Collierville, TN 38017 (901) 854-2771
  • 619 Hermitage Trail Dr, Collierville, TN 38017 (901) 853-6681 (901) 853-2748
  • Hardy, AR
  • Memphis, TN
  • Shiloh, TN

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License Records

Nicholas R Ritchey

License #:
P26718 - Active
Category:
Emergency medical services
Issued Date:
Nov 18, 2008
Expiration Date:
Dec 31, 2018

Resumes

Resumes

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Senior Director Of Sales And Marketing

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Location:
285 Cedar Post Cv, Collierville, TN 38017
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Vulcan Custom Dental
Senior Director of Sales and Marketing

Biohorizons Feb 2016 - Dec 2018
Director of Marketing , Prosthetics

Biohorizons Jan 1, 2013 - Feb 1, 2016
Prosthetics Product Manager

Astrazeneca Oct 2008 - Jan 2013
Pharmaceutical Sales Specialist

Ritchey & Ritchey, Pa Sep 2004 - Oct 2008
Associate Attorney
Education:
The University of Alabama School of Law 2001 - 2004
Doctor of Jurisprudence, Doctorates, Law
The University of Alabama 1997 - 2001
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Marketing
Skills:
Pharmaceutical Sales
Sales
Managed Care
Sales Operations
Marketing
Pharmaceutical Industry
Customer Service
Account Management
Capital Equipment
Urology
Leadership
Sales Management
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Nicholas Ritchey

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Publications

Us Patents

Landmark Identifier For Targeting A Landmark Of An Orthopaedic Implant

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US Patent:
D674093, Jan 8, 2013
Filed:
Sep 30, 2010
Appl. No.:
29/376026
Inventors:
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Gary F. Prokop - Wheaton IL, US
Adam M. Ruggles - Chicago IL, US
Assignee:
Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
2401
US Classification:
D24171

Targeting An Orthopaedic Implant Landmark

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US Patent:
8623023, Jan 7, 2014
Filed:
Feb 18, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/030801
Inventors:
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Tobias Schwagli - Solothurn, CH
Assignee:
Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61B 17/56
US Classification:
606 86R
Abstract:
A system for targeting landmarks on devices such as surgical implants is disclosed. The system can include a field generator for generating one or more magnetic fields, an orthopaedic implant located within the magnetic fields, the implant having at least one landmark, a removable probe with a first magnetic sensor, a landmark identifier and a processor. The landmark identifier can contain a second sensor, or, alternatively, the field generator. The processor can utilize sensor data and, if desirable, field generator and other information, to generate and display the position and orientation of the sensor(s) in preferably six degrees of freedom, and thereby, to generate and display the position and orientation of the landmark(s). The system allows for blind targeting of one or more landmarks. The landmark identifier, field generator and/or drill motor may be disposed in an autoclavable housing.

Assemblies For The Reduction Of A Fracture

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US Patent:
8628531, Jan 14, 2014
Filed:
Jan 26, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/162172
Inventors:
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Nathaniel Kelley Grusin - Germantown TN, US
Gene Edward Austin - Bartlett TN, US
Assignee:
Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61B 17/56
A61B 17/58
A61F 2/30
US Classification:
606 62, 606282
Abstract:
A controlled removable fracture-reducing assembly () for reducing a bone fracture. According to one embodiment of the present invention, a controlled removable fracture reducing assembly () includes an implant (), a reducer (), a buttress (), and a locking device () that engage a proximal bone fragment () and a distal bone fragment (). The implant () is secured to the distal bone fragment () by the locking device (). The buttress () engages the implant () through an opening (). The reducer () contains a compressing screw () that applies a force () on the buttress (), reducing the fracture. According to another embodiment of the invention, the reducer () contains a cam mechanism () which applies a force () on the buttress (), which does not engage the implant (), that pushes the proximal bone fragment () to reduce the fracture. According to another embodiment of the invention, the reducer () is a jacking mechanism that pushes the proximal bone fragment () while pulling the implant () and distal fragment () to reduce the fracture.

Assemblies And Methods For The Reduction Of A Fracture

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US Patent:
8628532, Jan 14, 2014
Filed:
May 22, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/477385
Inventors:
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Nathaniel Kelley Grusin - Germantown TN, US
Gene Edward Austin - Bartlett NC, US
Assignee:
Smith & Nephew, Inc. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61B 17/56
A61B 17/58
A61F 2/30
US Classification:
606 62
Abstract:
A controlled removable fracture-reducing assembly for reducing a bone fracture. According to one embodiment, a controlled removable fracture reducing assembly includes an implant, a reducer, a buttress, and a locking device that engage a proximal bone fragment and a distal bone fragment. The implant is secured to the distal bone fragment by the locking device. The buttress engages the implant through an opening. The reducer contains a compressing screw that applies a force on the buttress, reducing the fracture. According to another embodiment, the reducer contains a cam mechanism which applies a force on the buttress, which does not engage the implant, that pushes the proximal bone fragment to reduce the fracture. According to another embodiment, the reducer is a jacking mechanism that pushes the proximal bone fragment while pulling the implant and distal fragment to reduce the fracture.

Methods And Instruments Of Reducing A Fracture

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US Patent:
20080249580, Oct 9, 2008
Filed:
Sep 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
12/088541
Inventors:
David L. Evans - Bartlett TN, US
Gene Edward Austin - Bartlett TN, US
Nathaniel Kelley Grusin - Germantown TN, US
Sied W. Janna - Memphis TN, US
James K. Rains - Cordova TN, US
Mark S. Gosney - Cordova TN, US
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Henry B. Faber - Memphis TN, US
Kamrin R. Landrem - Memphis TN, US
Assignee:
SMITH & NEPHEW, INC. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61F 5/04
A61F 5/00
US Classification:
606 86 R, 606105, 606237
Abstract:
An instrument for reduction of a bone fracture is disclosed. The instrument includes an orthopaedic surgical implant (), an implant member (), and a driving member (). The implant member () has a bone engagement portion () and a driven portion (). The driving member () cooperates with the driven portion () to move the implant member () and reduce the fracture. Also disclosed is a sliding compression orthopaedic implant (). The implant () comprises a first implant member (), said first implant member () having a transverse hole (); and a second implant member () connected to said transverse hole (), said second implant member () having a shank (), and said shank () having a bone engagement portion () at a first end portion () and a sliding compression member () at a second end portion ().

Instrument For Fracture Fragment Alignment And Stabilization

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US Patent:
20080264109, Oct 30, 2008
Filed:
Feb 22, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/816909
Inventors:
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Thomas A. Russell - Eads TN, US
Roy W. Sanders - Tampa FL, US
Assignee:
SMITH & NEPHEW, INC. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61B 17/58
US Classification:
66 88, 606 96
Abstract:
An instrument () for locating an axis of a blocking screw is disclosed. The instrument () is applicable for a retrograde installation of a femoral intramedullary device or an antegrade installation of a tibial intramedullary device. The instrument () includes a drill jig () with a radiolucent frame portion () and a mounting portion (). The mounting portion () is adapted to connect to an intramedullary device (), and the frame portion () has at least one aperture () for locating the axis of the blocking screw (). The drill jig () is adjustable to locate the aperture () in a longitudinal or rotational direction relative to the intramedullary device ().

System And Method For Identifying A Landmark

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US Patent:
20100152566, Jun 17, 2010
Filed:
Feb 28, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/527997
Inventors:
James K. Rains - Cordova TN, US
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Gene Edward Austin - Bartlett TN, US
Henry B. Faber - Memphis TN, US
Nathaniel Kelley Grusin - Germantown TN, US
Tobias Schwägli - Solothurn, CH
William M. Ricci - Richmond Heights MO, US
Assignee:
SMITH & NEPHEW, INC. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61B 5/05
A61F 2/28
US Classification:
600409, 623 1611
Abstract:
A system () for identifying a landmark is disclosed. The system includes a field generator () for generating a magnetic field, an orthopaedic implant () located within the magnetic field, the implant having at least one landmark () and a first magnetic sensor () spaced apart from the landmark, a landmark identifier () with a second magnetic sensor () and a processor () for comparing sensor data from the first and second sensor and using the set distance to calculate the position of the landmark identifier relative to the at least one landmark. The system allows for blind targeting of one or more landmarks.

Systems And Methods For Identifying Landmarks On Orthopedic Implants

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US Patent:
20100152573, Jun 17, 2010
Filed:
Aug 26, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/547716
Inventors:
Nicholas S. Ritchey - Collierville TN, US
Henry B. Faber - Memphis TN, US
Nathaniel K. Grusin - Germantown TN, US
Gene Edward Austin - Bartlett TN, US
James K. Rains - Cordova TN, US
Tobias Schwägli - Solothurn, CH
William M. Ricci - Richmond Heights MO, US
Assignee:
SMITH & NEPHEW, INC. - Memphis TN
International Classification:
A61B 5/05
US Classification:
600424
Abstract:
Systems () for identifying landmarks () on orthopedic implants () are disclosed. The systems () include a field generator () for generating a magnetic field and an orthopedic implant () located within the magnetic field. The implant () includes at least one landmark (), an optional removable probe () and a first magnetic sensor (). The systems () further include a landmark identifier () with an optional second magnetic sensor () and a processor () for comparing sensor data from the first sensor () and second sensor () or data from the first sensor () and landmark identifier () using the set distance to calculate the position of the landmark identifier () relative to the at least one landmark (). The disclosed systems () allow for blind targeting of one or more landmarks ().
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