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Dyson W Hickingbotham

age ~81

from Wake Forest, NC

Also known as:
  • Dyson Hickingbotham
  • Dyson Enid Hickingbotham
  • Dyson N
  • Dyson M
  • Dyson Hickingbotha
  • Hickingbotham Dyson
  • Hickingbotha Dyson
Phone and address:
246 Bishop Falls Rd, Wake Forest, NC 27587
9195564816

Dyson Hickingbotham Phones & Addresses

  • 246 Bishop Falls Rd, Wake Forest, NC 27587 • 9195564816
  • 160 Main St, Stouchsburg, PA 19567 • 6105891188 • 6105895070 • 6105895078
  • 6 Palatine Pl, Womelsdorf, PA 19567 • 6105891188
  • Wade, NC
  • 5104 Royal Troon Dr, Raleigh, NC 27604 • 9192500509
  • Marietta, GA
  • Bahama, NC
  • Washington, DC
  • 500 Lolley Ct, Wake Forest, NC 27587 • 9192500509

Us Patents

  • Lamellar Dissecting Instrument

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  • US Patent:
    6358261, Mar 19, 2002
  • Filed:
    Nov 5, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/434912
  • Inventors:
    Kwan Y. Chan - Fort Worth TX
    Gregory S. Milios - Arlington TX
    David E. Booth - Wyomissing Hills PA
    Dyson W. Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA
  • Assignee:
    Alcon Universal Ltd. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    A61F 900
  • US Classification:
    606166
  • Abstract:
    A microsurgical instrument that includes a handle and a dissecting tip coupled to the handle is disclosed. The tip includes a blade having a generally elliptical three-dimensional geometry. The blade may include an edge having a first arc and an opposing second arc. When the instrument is used to form an intracorneal pocket for the implantation of an intracorneal optical lens, the curvature of the first arc allows the edge to dissect a first blind spot of the pocket, and the curvature of the second arc allows the edge to dissect a second blind spot of the pocket. The blade may also be formed with a first depression in its top surface and a second depression in its bottom surface. When the instrument is used to form an intracorneal pocket, the depressions reduce the drag on, and corresponding trauma to, stromal tissue.
  • Lamellar Dissecting Instrument

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  • US Patent:
    6358262, Mar 19, 2002
  • Filed:
    Dec 20, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    09/467462
  • Inventors:
    Kwan Y. Chan - Fort Worth TX
    Gregory S. Milios - Arlington TX
    David E. Booth - Wyomissing Hills PA
    Dyson W. Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA
  • Assignee:
    Alcon Universal Ltd. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    A61F 900
  • US Classification:
    606166
  • Abstract:
    A microsurgical instrument having a handle and a dissecting tip coupled to the handle is disclosed. The handle includes a cannula for transporting surgical fluid. The dissecting tip includes a blade for dissecting tissue and an aperture for delivering the fluid. The instrument may be used to more effectively create an intracorneal pocket for the implantation of an intracorneal optical lens.
  • Ophthalmologic Surgical Probe

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  • US Patent:
    6488695, Dec 3, 2002
  • Filed:
    Aug 17, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/641066
  • Inventors:
    Dyson W. Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA
  • Assignee:
    Alcon, Inc. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    A61B 1728
  • US Classification:
    606206
  • Abstract:
    A probe having an actuation handle made from springy material having a memory. Squeezing the handle causing the actuation device to elongate, thereby causing movement in the probe tip. The probe handle of the present invention may be held and actuated in any position.
  • Fiberoptic Probe Tip

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  • US Patent:
    6730076, May 4, 2004
  • Filed:
    Sep 25, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/962642
  • Inventors:
    Dyson W. Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA
  • Assignee:
    Alcon, Inc. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    A61B 1818
  • US Classification:
    606 16, 606 13, 606205, 606206, 606207
  • Abstract:
    A probe tip having a surgical tool manufactured from a light transmissive material. Such a construction eliminates the need for a separate fiberoptic and surgical tool. If desired, the probe tip may be used in combination with a surgical probe having an actuation handle made from springy material having a memory. Squeezing the handle causing the actuation device to elongate, thereby causing movement in the probe tip. The probe handle of the present invention may be held and actuated in any position.
  • Microsurgical Instrument

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  • US Patent:
    D491268, Jun 8, 2004
  • Filed:
    Apr 10, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    29/179550
  • Inventors:
    Dyson W. Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA
  • Assignee:
    Alcon, Inc. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    2402
  • US Classification:
    D24147, D24133, D24143, D24146, D24150
  • Microsurgical Instrument

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  • US Patent:
    D497427, Oct 19, 2004
  • Filed:
    Dec 19, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    29/173005
  • Inventors:
    Dyson W. Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA
  • Assignee:
    Alcon, Inc. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    2402
  • US Classification:
    D24133, D24144, D24146, D24147
  • Illuminated Infusion Cannula

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  • US Patent:
    7783346, Aug 24, 2010
  • Filed:
    Dec 18, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/612234
  • Inventors:
    Ronald T. Smith - Newprt Coast CA, US
    Jack R. Auld - Laguna Niguel CA, US
    Christopher McCollam - Irvine CA, US
    Dean Y. Lin - Chino Hills CA, US
    Dyson Hickingbotham - Stouchsburg PA, US
  • Assignee:
    Alcon, Inc. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    A61N 1/30
    A61B 18/18
  • US Classification:
    604 21, 604 20, 604117, 606 4, 600249
  • Abstract:
    A transparent illuminated infusion cannula is provided for illuminating an area during eye surgery. An optical fiber may be spaced a certain distance away from the cannula such that fluid flow around the distal end of the fiber and into the transparent cannula may occur with a much higher flow rate than what had previously been possible. The fiber cannula airspace may be optimized so that the cross-sectional area of the fluid conduit remains substantially constant in order to achieve a best compromise between high light transmittance and high fluid flow rate.
  • Variable Intensity Endoilluminator

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  • US Patent:
    7837372, Nov 23, 2010
  • Filed:
    Jun 23, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/144410
  • Inventors:
    Dyson Hickingbotham - Wake Forest NC, US
  • Assignee:
    Alcon, Inc. - Hunenberg
  • International Classification:
    F21S 4/00
  • US Classification:
    362572, 362552, 362558, 362551
  • Abstract:
    A variable intensity endoilluminator system is disclosed, one embodiment comprising: a light source for providing a light beam; an optical cable, optically coupled to the light source for receiving and transmitting the light beam; a handpiece, operably coupled to the optical cable to receive the light beam; an optical fiber, operably coupled to the handpiece, wherein the optical fiber is optically coupled to the optical cable to receive and transmit the light beam to illuminate a surgical field; and a translucent cannula, operably coupled to the handpiece, for housing and directing the optical fiber, wherein the cannula is operable to diffuse and transmit the light from the light beam when the optical fiber is retracted into the cannula. The cannula and the handpiece can be fabricated from biocompatible materials.

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