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Lucas Gordon Phones & Addresses

  • 25713 Gold Beach Dr, Vashon, WA 98070
  • 4106 204Th Ave, Sammamish, WA 98074
  • 7901 168Th Ave, Redmond, WA 98052
  • Sonoma, CA
  • Mountain View, CA
  • Cupertino, CA
  • Olympia, WA
  • Saratoga, CA
  • Campbell, CA
  • Spring, TX
  • Savannah, GA
  • San Juan Capistrano, CA
  • Kirkland, WA
  • Kiona, WA
  • Issaquah, WA
  • La Jolla, CA

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Sales Manager At Cintas

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Position:
Market Sales Manager at Cintas
Location:
Greater Seattle Area
Industry:
Facilities Services
Work:
Cintas - Puyallup Wa since Jun 2009
Market Sales Manager

Cintas Mar 2007 - May 2009
Sales Represenative

Alert Cellular Oct 2002 - Mar 2007
Regional Sales Manager

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Aug 1999 - Jul 2001
Volunteer Full-Time Missionary
Education:
Utah Valley University 2001 - 2004
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Lucas Gordon

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Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

Expandable Atherectomy Burr

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US Patent:
6416526, Jul 9, 2002
Filed:
Jun 8, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/589861
Inventors:
Mark Wyzgala - Bellevue WA
Donald Baumgarten - Seattle WA
Lucas S. Gordon - Redmond WA
Eric B. Hamilton - Bothell WA
Matt Hefner - Puyallup WA
Tom Hiblar - Everett WA
Edward Wulfman - Woodinville WA
Assignee:
Scimed Life Systems, Inc. - Maple Grove MN
International Classification:
A61B 1732
US Classification:
606170, 606180
Abstract:
An atherectomy burr has an operating diameter that is larger than the diameter of a catheter in which the burr is routed. The burr may include a polymeric balloon that is coated with an abrasive and that expands when the burr is rotated. Alternatively, the burr may include a polymeric tube that is coated with an abrasive and secured to the proximal end of the burr. When the burr is rotated, the polymeric tube expands by centrifugal force. Alternatively, the burr may comprise a metallic strip wound over a mandrel. When the strip is tightly coiled to the mandrel, its outer diameter decreases. The outer diameter of the burr increases as the metallic strip expands. In addition, the burr can be formed as a wire spring wound over a drive tube. The distal end of the spring is coupled to a nose cone that can move within a distal lumen in the drive tube. The maximum expansion of the burr is controlled by the distance that the nose cone can be retracted into the lumen.

Percutaneous Mitral Valve Annuloplasty Delivery System

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US Patent:
2011006, Mar 17, 2011
Filed:
Nov 22, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/952057
Inventors:
Lucas S. Gordon - Issaquah WA,
Mark L. Mathis - Fremont CA,
Gregory Nieminen - Bothell WA,
Leonard Kowalsky - Bothell WA,
Ryan Braxtan - Sammamish WA,
Brian J. Doll - Sammamish WA,
International Classification:
A61F 2/24
US Classification:
623 211
Abstract:
The invention is a tissue shaping system, including a tissue shaping device with an expandable anchor and a lock; a delivery catheter; a delivery mechanism adapted to deliver the tissue shaping device from outside a patient to a target site within a lumen within the patient via the delivery catheter; and an actuator adapted to deliver an actuation force to the lock to lock the anchor in an expanded configuration. The invention is also a system adapted to percutaneously deliver and deploy a tissue shaping device at a target site within a lumen of a patient. The system includes: a handle; a delivery mechanism supported by the handle and adapted to deliver the tissue shaping device from outside the patient to the treatment site via a delivery catheter; and an actuator supported by the handle and adapted to deliver an actuation force to lock an anchor of the tissue shaping device in an expanded configuration.

Magnetic Extracorporeal Circuit For Removal Of Medical Agents

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US Patent:
2003012, Jun 26, 2003
Filed:
Dec 21, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/032211
Inventors:
Lucas Gordon - Sammamish WA,
International Classification:
A61M001/00
US Classification:
604/028000, 600/012000, 604/500000
Abstract:
A method and system for delivering a medical agent to targeted tissues in a patient, and subsequently removing systemically distributed medical agent to minimize exposure of non-targeted portions of a patient's body to the medical agent. The patient is treated with a targeted medical agent that includes a therapeutic component, a targeting component, and a magnetically attracted component. The targeting component, such as an antibody known to be attracted to an antigen present at the target, causes a concentration of the targeted medical agent to occur at the targeted tissue. The medical agent not concentrated at the targeted tissue is removed by withdrawing and magnetically filtering a portion of the patient's blood to remove the targeted medical agent, and returning the filtered blood to the patient.

Methods Of Sealing An Injection Site

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US Patent:
2003018, Sep 25, 2003
Filed:
Mar 17, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/388468
Inventors:
Maria Palasis - Wellesley MA,
Lucas Gordon - Redmond WA,
International Classification:
A61B018/18
US Classification:
606/049000, 606/002000, 606/028000
Abstract:
Methods of sealing an injection site of a tissue are provided, where therapeutic agent has been injected into tissue, resulting in increased efficiency or agent uptake. Also provided are methods for delivering therapeutic agent to a tissue, which include injecting a therapeutic agent into a tissue and subsequently sealing the injection site, or engaging an injection device with the tissue for a sufficient period of time that sealing is not necessary to avoid leakage of the therapeutic agent. In one embodiment radio frequency cautery is used to seal the injection site upon needle removal from the tissue. In other embodiments, the injection site is sealed by resistance heating, laser heating or plugging the site with a solid plug or coagulating material at the site.

Apparatus, Method And Assembly For Delivery Of Intra-Bronchial Devices

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US Patent:
2004021, Oct 21, 2004
Filed:
Mar 12, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/387963
Inventors:
Lucas Gordon - Sammamish WA,
James Kutsko - Woodinville WA,
David Dillard - Redmond WA,
Assignee:
Spiration, Inc.
International Classification:
A61M029/00
US Classification:
606/191000
Abstract:
An assembly delivers an intra-bronchial device into an air passageway. The assembly includes a delivery catheter having a deployment lumen with a distal end arranged to receive the intra-bronchial device in a delivery configuration, and arranged to be passed down a trachea and advanced to a location for deployment of the intra-bronchial device, and to deploy the intra-bronchial device by retracting the deployment catheter. The assembly further includes a bronchial device supply tool associated with the distal end, and arranged to carry the intra-bronchial device in a storage configuration and to load the intra-bronchial device in a delivery configuration into the deployment lumen of distal end, and the intra-bronchial device carried in the supply tool in a storage configuration. An embodiment of the supply tool includes a storage portion, a delivery portion, and a configuration-changing portion coupled between the storage portion and the delivery portion.

Tissue Shaping Device With Conformable Anchors

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US Patent:
2004022, Nov 4, 2004
Filed:
Dec 19, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/742516
Inventors:
Gregory Nieminen - Bothell WA,
David Reuter - Bothell WA,
Lucas Gordon - Issaquah WA,
Nathan Aronson - Seattle WA,
Garrett Beget - Bothell WA,
Assignee:
Cardiac Dimensions, Inc., a Washington Corporation - Kirkland WA
International Classification:
A61F002/06
US Classification:
623/001150, 623/002360
Abstract:
A tissue shaping device adapted to be disposed in a vessel near a patient's heart to reshape the patient's heart. In one embodiment, the tissue shaping device includes an expandable anchor adapted to contact a wall of the vessel with radially outward force, with the anchor including an expansion energy absorbing element, such as a bending point in a flexible wire anchor. The invention also includes a method of deploying a tissue shaping device in a vessel, in which the tissue shaping device includes an anchor and an expansion energy absorbing element. The method includes the steps of delivering the tissue shaping device to a treatment location within the vessel, expanding the anchor with anchor expansion energy to place a radially outward force on a wall of the vessel, and absorbing at least a portion of the expansion energy in the expansion energy absorbing element.

Mitral Valve Regurgitation Treatment Device And Method

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US Patent:
2005002, Feb 3, 2005
Filed:
Dec 19, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/742747
Inventors:
David Reuter - Bothell WA,
Gregory Nieminen - Bothell WA,
Nathan Aronson - Seattle WA,
Lucas Gordon - Issaquah WA,
Garrett Beget - Bothell WA,
Clif Alferness - Port Orchard WA,
Mark Mathis - Fremont CA,
Assignee:
Cardiac Dimensions, Inc. a Washington Corporation - Kirkland WA
International Classification:
A61F002/24
US Classification:
623002110, 623002360
Abstract:
A method of treating regurgitation of a mitral valve in a patient's heart. The method includes the steps of: delivering a tissue shaping device to the coronary sinus; and deploying the tissue shaping device to reduce mitral valve regurgitation, the deploying step comprising applying a force through the coronary sinus wall toward the mitral valve solely proximal to a crossover point where a coronary artery passes between a coronary sinus and the mitral valve. The invention is also a set of devices for use in treating mitral valve regurgitation. The set includes a plurality of tissue shaping devices having different lengths, each of the tissue shaping devices being configured to be deliverable to a coronary sinus of a patient within a catheter having an outer diameter no greater than ten french.

Tissue Shaping Device With Self-Expanding Anchors

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US Patent:
2005013, Jun 23, 2005
Filed:
Dec 19, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/742585
Inventors:
Gregory Nieminen - Bothell WA,
Garrett Beget - Bothell WA,
Nathan Aronson - Seattle WA,
Lucas Gordon - Issaquah WA,
Assignee:
Cardiac Dimensions, Inc. - Kirkland WA
International Classification:
A61F002/04
A61F002/24
US Classification:
600037000, 623002360
Abstract:
A tissue shaping device adapted to be deployed in a vessel to reshape tissue adjacent to the vessel. In some embodiments the device includes a distal anchor having a flexible wire with at least one bending point and first and second arms extending from the bending point, the first and second arms being adapted to deform about the bending point; a proximal anchor having a flexible wire with at least one bending point and first and second arms extending from the bending point, the first and second arms being adapted to deform about the bending point; and a connector disposed between the distal anchor and the proximal anchor.

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Jam Gord

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Jamon Lucas Gordon (born July 18, 1984 in Jacksonville, Florida, USA) is an American professional basketball player. He is 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) tall and he can play at ...

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