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  • 34 Wayne Rd, Monroe, CT 06468 (203) 261-8959
  • 4 Wheeler Rd, Monroe, CT 06468
  • 4 Booth Hill Rd, Monroe, CT 06468
  • 104 Booth Hill Rd, Shelton, CT 06484 (203) 929-1806
  • Mount Kisco, NY
  • Milford, CT
  • Newtown, CT

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Patrick Gutelius
Principal
ALIQUA LLC
34 Wayne Rd, Monroe, CT 06468
Patrick Gutelius
Director of Data Processing
Easter Seal Rehabilitation Center of Greater Waterbury, Inc
Business Services Job Training/Related Services · Residential Care Services Job Training/Related Services Business Services
122 Ave Of Industry, Waterbury, CT 06705
(203) 236-0188

Publications

Us Patents

Full Thickness Resection Device Control Handle

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US Patent:
6520971, Feb 18, 2003
Filed:
Nov 27, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/722026
Inventors:
Stephen J. Perry - Shirley MA
Paul DiCesare - Easton CT
Patrick Gutelius - Monroe CT
Mark Monroe - Holliston MA
Jeffrey Radziunas - Wallingford CT
Assignee:
Scimed Life Systems, Inc. - Maple Grove MN
International Classification:
A61B 1710
US Classification:
606139
Abstract:
A control handle for a full thickness resection device is disclosed. In an embodiment for the control handle of the present invention, the control handle includes a body and a staple firing assembly coupled to the body. The staple firing assembly includes a rotatable staple firing ring, a worm gear assembly rotatably engaged with the staple firing ring, and a flexible drive shaft coupled to the worm gear assembly. In an embodiment for a method of the present invention, a method for actuating a full thickness resection device is provided. The method includes the steps of rotating a staple firing ring in a first direction and actuating a worm gear assembly in a first operative mode in response to the rotation of the staple firing ring in the first direction, the worm gear assembly is coupled to the staple firing ring. A flexible drive shaft is rotated in the first direction, the flexible drive shaft being coupled to the worm gear assembly, and torsional energy is stored in the flexible drive shaft during rotation of the flexible drive shaft in the first direction. The worm gear assembly is actuated in a second operative mode and a release rate of the stored torsional energy in the flexible drive shaft is controlled by the worm gear assembly.

Bone Cement Mixing Apparatus Having Improved Gearing Arrangement For Driving A Mixing Blade

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US Patent:
6702455, Mar 9, 2004
Filed:
Nov 15, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/002045
Inventors:
Timothy G. Vendrely - Warsaw IN
Jack F. Long - Warsaw IN
Christopher Battles - West Haven CT
Paul DeCesare - Easton CT
Patrick Gutelius - Monroe CT
Sam Sackett - Ft. Wayne IN
Assignee:
Depuy Orthopaedics, Inc. - Warsaw IN
International Classification:
B01F 1306
US Classification:
366130, 366252, 366139
Abstract:
A bone cement mixing device has a canister which is modular in design and constructed from a transparent material. The mixing device further has a mixing head assembly having a crank which is operatively coupled to a mixing blade via a gear train. The gear train is configured to drive the mixing blade in a reciprocating manner including the varying of the angular velocity, direction of travel, and angular distance of travel of the blade while the crank is rotated at a constant velocity and direction. The mixing blade has a fluid passage defined therein which allows the liquid cement component to be delivered at various locations within the mixing chamber of the canister. A method of mixing bone cement is also disclosed.

Full Thickness Resection Device Control Handle

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US Patent:
6821282, Nov 23, 2004
Filed:
Sep 20, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/957901
Inventors:
Stephen J. Perry - Shirley MA
Paul DiCesare - Easton CT
Patrick Gutelius - Monroe CT
Mark Monroe - Holliston MA
Jeffrey Radziunas - Wallingford CT
Roy H. Sullivan - Millville MA
Assignee:
SciMed Life Systems, Inc. - Maple Grove MN
International Classification:
A61B 1704
US Classification:
606139, 606 1
Abstract:
A control mechanism for a resectioning device, comprises a first actuator coupled to a flexible drive shaft for actuating a first mechanism when operated in a first direction and for actuating, when operated in a second direction, a second mechanism and a first lockout mechanism coupled to the first actuator for preventing actuation of the first actuator in the second direction before a predetermined amount of actuation in the first direction has been completed. Furthermore, mechanisms are provided to control the release during operation in a second direction of torsional energy stored in a flexible drive shaft during operation in a first direction.

Electro-Surgical Bipolar Forceps

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US Patent:
6860882, Mar 1, 2005
Filed:
Jun 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/457176
Inventors:
Christopher Austin Battles - New Haven CT, US
Paul DiCesare - Easton CT, US
Patrick Gutelius - Shelton CT, US
Daniel Paul Ferriera - Milford CT, US
Richard Barry Stevens - Mashpee MA, US
John Buonanno - Bristol RI, US
Sharon A. Mulligan - Attleboro MA, US
Assignee:
Codman & Shurtleff, Inc. - Raynham MA
International Classification:
A61B018/18
US Classification:
606 51, 606 52
Abstract:
In accordance with a currently preferred exemplary embodiment, the present invention involves an electro-surgical bipolar forceps having a first member, a second member, and a tip assembly. The first member has a first insert tube extending from a distal end thereof and a handle disposed at a proximal end thereof. The second member has a second insert tube extending from a distal end thereof and a handle disposed at a proximal end thereof. At least one of the first and second insert tube has an inner surface, a portion of which is covered with an electrically insulating material. The first tip assembly has a proximal end and a distal end. The proximal end of the first tip assembly is selectively engageable with one of the first and second insert tubes. The first tip assembly includes an electrically conductive tip disposed at the distal end of the first tip assembly.

Electro-Surgical Bipolar Forceps

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US Patent:
6929645, Aug 16, 2005
Filed:
Feb 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/359495
Inventors:
Christopher Austin Battles - New Haven CT, US
Paul DiCesare - Easton CT, US
Patrick Gutelius - Monroe CT, US
Daniel Paul Ferriera - Milford CT, US
Richard Barry Stevens - Mashpee MA, US
Assignee:
Codman & Shurtleff, Inc. - Raynham MA
International Classification:
A61B018/18
US Classification:
606 51, 606205, 606 50
Abstract:
In accordance with a currently preferred exemplary embodiment, the present invention involves an electro-surgical bipolar forceps having a first member, a second member, and a tip assembly. The first member has a first insert tube extending from a distal end thereof and a handle disposed at a proximal end thereof. The second member has a second insert tube extending from a distal end thereof and a handle disposed at a proximal end thereof. At least one of the first and second insert tube has an inner surface, a portion of which is covered with an electrically insulating material. The first tip assembly has a proximal end and a distal end. The proximal end of the first tip assembly is selectively engageable with one of the first and second insert tubes. The first tip assembly includes an electrically conductive tip disposed at the distal end of the first tip assembly.

Devices And Methods For Fastening Tissue Layers

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US Patent:
7083630, Aug 1, 2006
Filed:
Aug 29, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/230682
Inventors:
Robert DeVries - Northborough MA, US
William J. Shaw - Cambridge MA, US
Kristian DiMatteo - Waltham MA, US
Gerhard F. Buess - Bebenhausen, DE
Daniel Kalanovic - Stuttgart, DE
Marc O. Schurr - Tuebingen, DE
Roy H. Sullivan - Millville MA, US
Marc Tassy, Jr. - Framingham MA, US
John Griego - Blackstone MA, US
Patrick Gutelius - Monroe CT, US
Paul DiCesare - Easton CT, US
Assignee:
SciMed Life Systems, Inc. - Maple Grove MN
International Classification:
A61B 17/08
US Classification:
606153, 606139, 128898
Abstract:
Endoscopic devices and methods used for fastening multiple tissue layers, such as, for example, an endoscopic fundoplication procedure, are disclosed. The device may include, for example, an elongated tubular member having a proximal end for extending outside of the body and a distal end for positioning proximate the multiple tissue layers, a grasper configured for positioning proximate the distal end of the tubular member and for grasping at least one of the multiple tissue layers, a device coupled to the distal end of the tubular member for folding the multiple tissue layers together, a tissue fastener configured to be inserted into the tissue layers to hold the tissue layers together, and a fastener head for inserting the tissue fastener into the tissue layers.

Intrauterine Fallopian Tube Occlusion Device

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US Patent:
7621276, Nov 24, 2009
Filed:
Aug 23, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/892560
Inventors:
Michael G. Tal - Woodbridge CT, US
Patrick N. Gutelius - Monroe CT, US
Mark J. DeBisschop - Burlington CT, US
Oleg Shikhman - Trumbull CT, US
Assignee:
Yale University - New Haven CT
Cantramed, LLC - Charlotte NC
International Classification:
A61F 6/06
US Classification:
128831, 128830
Abstract:
An occlusion device for actively occluding orifices of fallopian tubes includes a resilient body having an elongated member with a first end and a second end. The elongated member further includes a first leg ending with the first end of the elongated member, a second leg ending with the second end of the elongated member and a connection member positioned therebetween. A first orifice plug is secured at the first end of the elongated member and a second orifice plug is secured at the second end of the elongated member. The first and second orifice plugs are shaped and dimensioned to seat at the orifices of the fallopian tubes or within the fallopian tubes as the elongated member spreads outwardly with the first end and second end moving apart. A delivery device for delivery of medication or therapeutic agents to a uterine cavity is also disclosed.

Enhanced Dexterity Surgical Hand Piece

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US Patent:
7758608, Jul 20, 2010
Filed:
Jul 24, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/625965
Inventors:
Paul DiCesare - Easton CT, US
Patrick N. Gutelius - Monroe CT, US
International Classification:
A61B 17/00
US Classification:
606205, 606 1
Abstract:
Manual actuating apparatus for operating a medical device includes a handle, a finger loop mounted on the handle for receiving the thumb of an operator, first and second lever members mounted on the handle for grasping engagement by fingers of the operator, at least one of the lever members and the finger loop being pivotally mounted on the handle for movement between first and second positions. A force transmitting member operably connects at least one of the finger loop and the first and second lever members for operating the medical device at a location distant from the handle such that, in the course of operating the medical device, the operator can reposition his fingers between the first and second lever members with rotation of his thumb within the finger loop and thereby assure a comfortable hand posture throughout the complete range of operation of the medical device.
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