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Allan Kimble Phones & Addresses

  • Headland, AL
  • 4 Oakbourne Rd, West Chester, PA 19382 (610) 436-5914
  • Elverson, PA
  • Landenberg, PA
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Broomall, PA

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Company: Synthes (u.s.a.) lp Address: 1301 Goshen Pkwy, West Chester, PA 19380 Position: Managermatl process validation Industries: Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical Appliances and Supplies

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Allan Kimble
Managermatl Process Validation
Synthes (u.s.a.) LP
Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical Applianc...
1301 Goshen Pkwy, West Chester, PA 19380
Allan Kimble
Managermatl Process Validation
Synthes (u.s.a.) LP
Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical Applianc...
1301 Goshen Pkwy, West Chester, PA 19380

Publications

Us Patents

Uv Radiation System Having Materials For Selectively Attenuating Radiation

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US Patent:
6465799, Oct 15, 2002
Filed:
Feb 29, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/515190
Inventors:
Allan W. Kimble - Jacksonville FL
John B. Enns - Jacksonville FL
James A. Ebel - Jacksonville FL
Assignee:
Johnson Johnson Vision Care, Inc. - Jacksonville FL
International Classification:
A61L 1226
US Classification:
250504R, 25045511
Abstract:
This invention provides a high energy radiation system which produces UV radiation comprising a selectively attenuating material which increases the ratio of desired to undesired radiation to reduce the radiation damage to a target by selectively attenuating at least 30 percent of the radiation from greater than 200 up to 240 nm which impinges upon said attenuating material, and directs greater than 50 percent of the radiation from 240 nm to 280 nm which impinges upon said attenuating material.

Sterilization System

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US Patent:
6592816, Jul 15, 2003
Filed:
Mar 1, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/259796
Inventors:
James A. Ebel - Jacksonville FL
John B. Enns - Jacksonville FL
Peyman Dehkordi - Knoxville TN
Douglas Ingram - Knoxville TN
Allan W. Kimble - Jacksonville FL
Assignee:
Johnson Johnson Vision Care, Inc. - Jacksonville FL
International Classification:
A61L 210
US Classification:
422 62, 422 22, 25045511
Abstract:
A sterilization system comprising: radiation source; optical and/or electrical sensors; and timing means; wherein the measurement of radiation by the optical sensor is substantially synchronized based on the timing means to the start and end of each pulse of radiation from the radiation source or to the start and end of the exposure of a product to the radiation source.

Method And Apparatus Of Sterilization Using Monochromatic Uv Radiation Source

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US Patent:
7879288, Feb 1, 2011
Filed:
Sep 13, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/939818
Inventors:
Susan K. Brown-Skrobot - Jacksonville FL,
James A. Ebel - Jacksonville FL,
John B. Enns - Jacksonville FL,
Gregory A. Hill - Ponte Vedra Beach FL,
Allan W. Kimble - Jacksonville FL,
Assignee:
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. - Jacksonville FL
International Classification:
A61L 2/00
A62B 7/08
A24F 15/00
B01J 19/00
B01J 19/08
B65D 85/04
B65D 83/10
G01N 23/00
US Classification:
422 22, 422 1, 422 24, 422 40, 422 58, 422121, 422123, 422186, 25045511, 206 51, 206270, 206363
Abstract:
This invention provides a process of sterilizing a medical device, and preferably the contents of a sealed container which comprises said medical device, comprising the step of exposing said medical device to monochromatic ultraviolet radiation whereby the Dof (ATCC 7953) is at least 23. 7 mJ/cmmonochromatic ultraviolet radiation at 257 nm to the spore. Further, this invention provides a process of sterilizing a medical device comprising the step of subjecting said medical device to monochromatic ultraviolet radiation wherein the minimum total energy density of said monochromatic ultraviolet radiation at 257 nm which reaches the microorganisms present on said medical device is at least 284 mJ/cm. This invention further provides an apparatus for delivering UV radiation to a medical device for sterilization comprising a laser and a scanner for the laser such that at least 284 mJ/cmat 257 nm is applied to a treatment area for said medical device. This invention provides a process and apparatus in which sterilization can be achieved in less than 20 seconds, preferably less than 15 seconds, more preferably in less than 5 seconds.

Method And Apparatus Of Sterilization Using Monochromatic Uv Radiation Source

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US Patent:
8021608, Sep 20, 2011
Filed:
Dec 17, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/971486
Inventors:
Susan K. Brown-Skrobot - Jacksonville FL,
James A. Ebel - Jacksonville FL,
John B. Enns - Jacksonville FL,
Gregory A. Hill - Ponte Vedra Beach FL,
Allan W. Kimble - Jacksonville FL,
Assignee:
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc - Jacksonville FL
International Classification:
A61L 2/00
B01J 19/00
B01J 19/08
A62B 7/08
G01N 23/00
B65D 85/04
B65D 83/10
B65D 41/00
B65B 55/02
US Classification:
422 22, 422 1, 422 24, 422 40, 422 58, 422121, 422123, 422186, 25045511, 25045411, 2504921, 206363, 206 51, 206270, 53425, 2203591
Abstract:
This invention provides a process of sterilizing a medical device, and preferably the contents of a sealed container which comprises said medical device, comprising the step of exposing said medical device to monochromatic ultraviolet radiation whereby the Dof (ATCC 7953) is at least 23. 7 mJ/cmmonochromatic ultraviolet radiation at 257 nm to the spore. Further, this invention provides a process of sterilizing a medical device comprising the step of subjecting said medical device to monochromatic ultraviolet radiation wherein the minimum total energy density of said monochromatic ultraviolet radiation at 257 nm which reaches the microorganisms present on said medical device is at least 284 mJ/cm. This invention further provides an apparatus for delivering UV radiation to a medical device for sterilization comprising a laser and a scanner for the laser such that at least 284 mJ/cmat 257 nm is applied to a treatment area for said medical device. This invention provides a process and apparatus in which sterilization can be achieved in less than 20 seconds, preferably less than 15 seconds, more preferably in less than 5 seconds.

Method And Apparatus Of Sterilization Using Monochromic Uv Radiation Source

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US Patent:
8318089, Nov 27, 2012
Filed:
Aug 12, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/208452
Inventors:
Susan K. Brown-Skrobot - Jacksonville FL,
James A. Ebel - Jacksonville FL,
John B. Enns - Jacksonville FL,
Gregory A. Hill - Ponte Vedra Beach FL,
Allan W. Kimble - Jacksonville FL,
Assignee:
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. - Jacksonville FL
International Classification:
A61L 2/00
B01J 19/00
B01J 19/08
A62B 7/08
G01N 23/00
B65D 85/04
B65D 83/10
B65D 41/00
A24F 15/00
B65B 55/02
US Classification:
422 22, 422 1, 422 24, 422 40, 422 58, 422121, 422123, 422186, 25045511, 25045411, 2504921, 206363, 206 51, 206270, 53425, 2203591
Abstract:
A processes of sterilizing a contact lens, that is immersed in an aqueous liquid and hermetically in a container, using at least 284 mJ/cmof UV radiation in the range of 240-280 nm is disclosed herein.

Silicon Carbide Ir-Emitter Heating Device And Method For Demolding Lenses

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US Patent:
2002014, Oct 10, 2002
Filed:
Apr 6, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/827995
Inventors:
Stephen Pegram - Jacksonville FL,
Allan Kimble - Jacksonville FL,
Leslie Voss - Jacksonville FL,
Thomas Bingaman - Jacksonville FL,
Joseph Ricard - Jacksonville FL,
International Classification:
B29C039/36
B29C039/38
B29D011/00
US Classification:
264/002600, 425/174400, 425/440000, 425/4360RM, 425/808000, 264/402000, 264/040600, 264/334000
Abstract:
A method and a device for removing molded soft contact lenses, high-precision intraocular lenses and the like, from the individual molds in which they are produced. Provided is an infra-red radiation or heater device constituted of silicon carbide IR-emitters, and which employs an individual infra-red emitter for each individual mold, to impart a desired thermal gradient.

Ir-Emitter Heating Device And Method For Demolding Lenses

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US Patent:
2002018, Dec 12, 2002
Filed:
Apr 5, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/117545
Inventors:
Stephen Pegram - Jacksonville FL,
Allan Kimble - Jacksonville FL,
Leslie Voss - Jacksonville FL,
Thomas Bingaman - Ponte Vedra Beach FL,
Joseph Ricard - Jacksonville FL,
Edward Kernick - Jacksonville FL,
Charles Hood - Jacksonville FL,
H. Darabi - Ponte Vedra Beach FL,
International Classification:
B29D011/00
US Classification:
264/002300, 264/402000, 264/334000, 425/808000, 425/174400, 425/4360RM
Abstract:
A method and a device for removing molded soft contact lenses, high-precision intraocular lenses and the like, from the individual molds in which they are produced. Provided is an infra-red radiation or heater device preferably constituted of silicon carbide IR-emitters, and which employs an individual infra-red emitter for each individual mold, to impart a desired thermal gradient. Also provided are infra-red emitters having improved reflectors.

Simplified And Lightweight System For Enhanced Visualization Of Subcutaneous Hemoglobin-Containing Structures

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US Patent:
2003001, Jan 23, 2003
Filed:
Jun 28, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/183622
Inventors:
Allan Kimble - Jacksonville FL,
International Classification:
A61B006/00
US Classification:
600/473000
Abstract:
A simplified, lightweight and inexpensive system and method for enhancing visualization of veins or other subcutaneous natural or foreign structures of the body containing hemoglobin is provided. This system will facilitate intravenous insertion or extraction of fluids, medication or other treatments in hospital or emergency settings.
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