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Andrew D Cothrel

from Oakwood, OH
Age ~55

Andrew Cothrel Phones & Addresses

  • 201 Dixon Ave, Dayton, OH 45419 (937) 723-9949
  • 201 E Dixon Ave, Dayton, OH 45419 (937) 723-9949
  • Oakwood, OH
  • 10529 Chestnut Hill Cir, Fishers, IN 46037 (317) 915-8099
  • Boston, MA
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Montgomery, OH
  • Pueblo, CO
  • Noblesville, IN
  • Baton Rouge, LA
  • Dayton, IN
  • 201 E Dixon Ave, Dayton, OH 45419

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Position: Production Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Andrew Cothrel

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Address:
201 E Dixon Ave, Dayton, OH 45419
VIN:
5NPEU46F47H278927
Make:
HYUNDAI
Model:
SONATA
Year:
2007

Resumes

Resumes

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Medical Products Executive/consultant

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Location:
Dayton, Ohio Area
Industry:
Medical Devices
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Andrew Cothrel

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Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana Area
Industry:
Medical Devices

Business Records

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Company / Classification
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Andrew Cothrel
Redox-Reactive Reagents, LLC
Mfg Diagnostic Substances
1500 Albany St, Beech Grove, IN 46107

Publications

Us Patents

Leak Detection System And Method For Tube Or Catheter Placement

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US Patent:
2013022, Sep 5, 2013
Filed:
Mar 4, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/783916
Inventors:
Jeffrey P. Mansfield - Indianapolis IN,
Andrew D. Cothrel - Indianapolis IN,
Laura L. Lyons - Indianapolis IN,
Assignee:
SONARMED, INC. - Indianapolis IN
International Classification:
A61M 16/04
A61M 5/50
US Classification:
12820222, 604111
Abstract:
The present disclosure relates to a leak detection system and method for tube or catheter placement. The system and method includes acoustically sensing a leak in the seal between a tube or catheter within a body and the body cavity against which it is sealed, assisting the user in adjusting the system until the leak has been substantially sealed, and establishing system parameters to be used thereafter to maintain the system in an operating state that will substantially prevent leakage, all using a noninvasive acoustic technique.

Plasma Retention Structure Providing Internal Flow

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US Patent:
6406672, Jun 18, 2002
Filed:
Jan 28, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/494072
Inventors:
Raghbir Singh Bhullar - Indianapolis IN
Andrew David Cothrel - Noblesville IN
Wolfgang O. L. Reiser - Mannheim,
Assignee:
Roche Diagnostics - Indianapolis IN
International Classification:
G01N 3386
US Classification:
422101, 422 55, 422 58, 422 73, 422102, 436 70, 436165, 436175, 436177
Abstract:
A capillary hematocrit separation structure is included within a housing having a fluid inlet port, a reaction region, and a capillary pathway connecting the inlet port and the reaction region. The capillary pathway is dimensioned so that the driving force for the movement of liquid through the capillary pathway arises from capillary pressure. A plurality of obstructions are fixed in the capillary pathway, each obstruction having a concave portion facing toward the vented reaction region on the down stream side of the obstructions as viewed with reference to a liquid flowing from the inlet port to the reaction region. The capillary pathway in a hematocrit separation structure for a single drop sample size includes about 10 obstructions, each obstruction including a concave portion having a volume of between about 10 to 10 l for selectively receiving hematocrit.
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