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Perry W Kaminski

age ~78

from Mukilteo, WA

Also known as:
  • Perry Kaminski
  • Perry Kaminsky
  • Kaminski Perry
727 2Nd St, Mukilteo, WA 98275

Perry Kaminski Phones & Addresses

  • 727 2Nd St, Mukilteo, WA 98275
  • Stehekin, WA
  • Snohomish, WA
  • Lake Forest Park, WA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • North Bend, WA

Us Patents

  • Bone Cancer Pain Management Utilizing Ultrasound

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  • US Patent:
    7305264, Dec 4, 2007
  • Filed:
    Nov 22, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/994421
  • Inventors:
    Eugene A. Larson - Lummi Island WA,
    Perry W. Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
    Yu-Chi Chu - Brier WA,
  • Assignee:
    UST, Inc. - Everett WA
  • International Classification:
    A61B 6/00
  • US Classification:
    600427, 600439, 600459, 601 2
  • Abstract:
    Noninvasive pain treatment of skeletal cancer metastases in cancer patients utilizing planar or focused ultrasound. The ultrasound energy preferably targets at the Periosteum or immediate soft-bone-tissue interface, where local sensory pain receptors are directly affected by the growing tumor, to generate heat to destroy local sensory pain receptors so as to interrupt or block the pain feedback pathway to the central nervous system.
  • Thermally Enhanced Piezoelectric Composite System And Method

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  • US Patent:
    7378779, May 27, 2008
  • Filed:
    Jul 20, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/458991
  • Inventors:
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
    Yu-Chi Chu - Brier WA,
  • Assignee:
    UST, Inc. - Seattle WA
  • International Classification:
    H01L 41/04
    G01N 29/00
  • US Classification:
    310334, 310322, 29 2535
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for removing unwanted heat generated by a piezoelectric element of an ultrasound transducer. Some implementations have high thermal conductivity (HTC) material placed adjacent to the piezoelectric element. The HTC material can be thermally coupled to one or more heat sinks. Use of HTC material in conjunction with these piezoelectric element surfaces is managed to avoid degradation of propagating acoustic energy. Use of the HTC material in conjunction with heat sinks allows for creation of thermal paths away from the piezoelectric element. Active cooling of the heat sinks with water or air can further draw heat from the piezoelectric element. Further implementations form a composite matrix of thermally conductive material or interleave thermally conductive layers with piezoelectric material.
  • Thermally Enhanced Piezoelectric Element

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  • US Patent:
    7405510, Jul 29, 2008
  • Filed:
    Jul 20, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/458978
  • Inventors:
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
    Yu-Chi Chu - Brier WA,
  • Assignee:
    UST, Inc. - Seattle WA
  • International Classification:
    H01L 41/08
  • US Classification:
    310334, 310366
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for removing unwanted heat generated by a piezoelectric element of an ultrasound transducer. Some implementations have high thermal conductivity (HTC) material placed adjacent to the piezoelectric element. The HTC material can be thermally coupled to one or more heat sinks. Use of HTC material in conjunction with these piezoelectric element surfaces is managed to avoid degradation of propagating acoustic energy. Use of the HTC material in conjunction with heat sinks allows for creation of thermal paths away from the piezoelectric element. Active cooling of the heat sinks with water or air can further draw heat from the piezoelectric element. Further implementations form a composite matrix of thermally conductive material or interleave thermally conductive layers with piezoelectric material.
  • Thermally Enhanced Piezoelectric Element

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  • US Patent:
    7902728, Mar 8, 2011
  • Filed:
    Jun 27, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/163196
  • Inventors:
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
    Yu-Chi Chu - Brier WA,
  • Assignee:
    UST, Inc. - Seattle WA
  • International Classification:
    H01L 41/083
  • US Classification:
    310346, 310322, 310334, 310366
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for removing unwanted heat generated by a piezoelectric element of an ultrasound transducer. Some implementations have high thermal conductivity (HTC) material placed adjacent to the piezoelectric element. The HTC material can be thermally coupled to one or more heat sinks. Use of HTC material in conjunction with these piezoelectric element surfaces is managed to avoid degradation of propagating acoustic energy. Use of the HTC material in conjunction with heat sinks allows for creation of thermal paths away from the piezoelectric element. Active cooling of the heat sinks with water or air can further draw heat from the piezoelectric element. Further implementations form a composite matrix of thermally conductive material or interleave thermally conductive layers with piezoelectric material.
  • Thermally Enhanced Ultrasound Transducer Means

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  • US Patent:
    8237335, Aug 7, 2012
  • Filed:
    Jul 20, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/458994
  • Inventors:
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
    Yu-Chi Chu - Brier WA,
  • Assignee:
    UST, Inc. - Redmond WA
  • International Classification:
    H01L 41/08
  • US Classification:
    310334, 310366
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for removing unwanted heat generated by a piezoelectric element of an ultrasound transducer. Some implementations have high thermal conductivity (HTC) material placed adjacent to the piezoelectric element. The HTC material can be thermally coupled to one or more heat sinks. Use of HTC material in conjunction with these piezoelectric element surfaces is managed to avoid degradation of propagating acoustic energy. Use of the HTC material in conjunction with heat sinks allows for creation of thermal paths away from the piezoelectric element. Active cooling of the heat sinks with water or air can further draw heat from the piezoelectric element. Further implementations form a composite matrix of thermally conductive material or interleave thermally conductive layers with piezoelectric material.
  • Thermally Enhanced Ultrasound Transducer System

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  • US Patent:
    8446071, May 21, 2013
  • Filed:
    Jul 20, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/458973
  • Inventors:
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
    Yu-Chi Chu - Brier WA,
  • Assignee:
    UST, Inc. - Redmond WA
  • International Classification:
    H01L 41/08
  • US Classification:
    310334, 310366
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for removing unwanted heat generated by a piezoelectric element of an ultrasound transducer. Some implementations have high thermal conductivity (HTC) material placed adjacent to the piezoelectric element. The HTC material can be thermally coupled to one or more heat sinks. Use of HTC material in conjunction with these piezoelectric element surfaces is managed to avoid degradation of propagating acoustic energy. Use of the HTC material in conjunction with heat sinks allows for creation of thermal paths away from the piezoelectric element. Active cooling of the heat sinks with water or air can further draw heat from the piezoelectric element. Further implementations form a composite matrix of thermally conductive material or interleave thermally conductive layers with piezoelectric material.
  • Catheter Based Arrays For Intracardiac Ultrasound Imaging

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  • US Patent:
    2002004, Apr 25, 2002
  • Filed:
    Dec 17, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/023097
  • Inventors:
    John Swanson - Portland OR,
    Richard Sass - Portland OR,
    Jerome Boogaard - Forest Grove OR,
    David Sahn - Oswego OR,
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
  • International Classification:
    A61B008/02
  • US Classification:
    600/450000
  • Abstract:
    An ultrasound probe assembly adapted for bio-imaging. The assembly comprises a catheter, an electrical assembly, including a set of linear conductors, at least partially housed within said catheter. An ultrasound transceiving unit is electrically connected to said electrical assembly and can be placed in both an undeployed state in which the transceiving unit is oriented coincidentally to said catheter and a deployed state in which it is directed to provide imaging signals over a volume of interest.
  • Treatment Of Cardiac Arrhythmia Utilizing Ultrasound

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  • US Patent:
    2005008, Apr 14, 2005
  • Filed:
    Aug 19, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    10/921715
  • Inventors:
    Eugene Larson - Lummi Island WA,
    Perry Kaminski - Stehekin WA,
  • International Classification:
    A61F002/00
  • US Classification:
    607101000
  • Abstract:
    A noninvasive or minimally invasive treatment of cardiac arrhythmia such as supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias, specifically atrial fibrillation and ventricular tachycardia, by treating the tissue with heat produced by ultrasound, (including High Intensity Focused Ultrasound or HIFU) intended to have a biological and/or therapeutic effect, so as to interrupt or remodel the electrical substrate in the tissue area that supports arrhythmia.

Classmates

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University of Connecticut...

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Graduates:
Anne Hastings (1968-1972),
Mandy Deshaies (1984-1986),
Perry Kaminski (1969-1973),
Cathy Twiss (1987-1988),
Jacqueline Wicks (1971-1973)

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