Senior product development program manager and core team
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science
School / High School:
Case Western Reserve University
1996 to 2001
Medical Devices • Project Management • Design Control • Iso 13485 • Biomedical Engineering • Fda • Design of Experiments • Manufacturing • Systems Engineering • R&D • Fmea • U.s. Food and Drug Administration
Kathryn Aman - Shoreview MN, US Douglas Heitkamp - White Bear Lake MN, US Stuart Heitkamp - White Bear Lake MN, US Stuart Chastain - Shoreview MN, US Russell Hoeker - Maple Grove MN, US
A header for an implantable pulse generator includes a header body having a passage and a header contact located within the passage to receive a corresponding contact of a lead. The header contact includes an MP35N alloy material having been heat-treated at about 1950° F. or less for about 5 minutes or less.
- Minneapolis MN, US Robert T. Sandgren - Lindstrom MN, US Kathryn E. Aman - St. Anthony MN, US Steven Deininger - Plymouth MN, US Paul Eichstaedt - Blaine MN, US Randy S. Roles - Elk River MN, US
A61N 1/36 A61N 1/375
An apparatus and method of electrically coupling a previously implanted stimulation lead with a replacement neurostimulator device. The apparatus and method configured to operably couple a proximal portion of a neuromodulation adaptor including a plurality of electrical conductors spaced apart at a first pitch spacing to a corresponding plurality of electrical terminals of a replacement neurostimulator device, and operably couple a distal end of the neuromodulation adaptor including a plurality of conductor elements and an electrically active set screw spaced part of a second pitch spacing to a corresponding plurality of electrical connectors of a previously implanted stimulation lead.
Method Of Replacing An Implanted Neuromodulation Device
- Minneapolis MN, US Elizabeth K. Formosa - Robbinsdale MN, US Kathryn E. Aman - St. Anthony MN, US Steven Deininger - Plymouth MN, US Paul Eichstaedt - Blaine MN, US Randy S. Roles - Elk River MN, US
A61N 1/36 A61N 1/05 A61N 1/375
A method of replacing a neurostimulator device. The method including explanting a previously implanted neurostimulator device from a site; operably coupling a replacement neurostimulator device to a previously implanted stimulation lead; and implanting a replacement neurostimulator device within the site, the replacement neurostimulator device having a volume of about ten cc's or less, and the previously implanted neurostimulator device having a volume of greater than about ten cc's.
Senior Product Development Program Manager And Core Team