DEROYAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
|DEROYAL INDUSTRIES, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140082966||REVERSIBLE INSOLE - A reversible insole for use inside a supportive boot, such as used for protection and support of the lower leg or foot after injury, is disclosed. The insole provides contouring on the opposite surfaces thereof which accommodates similar contours of the human foot. By alternately positioning the insole with the one surface or the other surface upward, a single insole can provide appropriate support for either the left of right foot inside an outer boot, such as a walker boot, that may be symmetrical from medial to lateral side. Such an outerboot may thus accommodate a left or right foot in a single product.||03-27-2014|
|20130245522||RIGID BRACES WITH TENSIONING SYSTEM - A brace for application to a body joint, the brace including a substantially rigid brace substrate and a tensioning system for imparting tension to the substrate for adjusting the contour or angulation of the substrate.||09-19-2013|
|20130178773||CERVICAL COLLAR WITH CABLE REEL ADJUSTMENT SYSTEM - A cervical collar having a vertically adjustable chin support, the collar including a chin support adjustably connected to a collar body, a cable reel for adjusting the length of a cable cable, a cable stop connecting between the collar body and the chin support and slidingly positionable along a slot on the collar body and a pulley located on the collar body adjacent to the elongate slot. Adjustment of the length of the cable adjusts the position of the cable stop along the slot and adjusts the vertical position of the chin support relative to the collar body.||07-11-2013|
|20130060577||AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR MEDICAL ITEM DISPENSING, BILLING, AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT - An inventory management system manages information regarding medical items dispensed in conjunction with medical treatment of a patient at a medical facility. The system includes a first computer, an inventory access control system, inventory sensors, and inventory applications in communication with the first computer. The inventory access control system receives credential information from a user seeking access to a physical inventory space in the medical facility and controls access to the space. The inventory sensors sense the removal of medical items to be dispensed to the patient, and generate item usage information indicating the identity and quantity of the items removed. The inventory applications associate the item usage information with patient information that identifies the patient to which the medical items are dispensed, thereby generating a record indicating that the items removed from the storage structure have been dispensed to the patient identified by the patient information.||03-07-2013|
|20120317001||IMPLANT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - An inventory management system manages information related to items, such as implants, used during a medical surgical procedure. The inventory management system includes an inventory management computer and an item inventory database. The inventory management computer executes an inventory management application to process item usage information. The item usage information includes item identification information and quantity information for each item used during performance of the medical surgical procedure. The inventory management application associates the item usage information with a particular surgical case at a particular customer surgical facility. The inventory management computer receives the item usage information from a customer computer at the customer surgical facility via a wide area network, such as the Internet. The item inventory database, which is in communication with the inventory management computer, stores item inventory information reflecting the inventory of items at the customer surgical facility.||12-13-2012|
|20120316987||IMPLANT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - An inventory data management system manages information related to items, such as implants, used during a medical procedure. The inventory data management system includes multiple sensing devices for reading set identification information from a container in which the set of items is disposed. The sensing devices are connected to a communication network and are placed in multiple locations, where each location is associated with a particular status of the set of items. The system also includes an inventory management computer that executes an inventory management application for receiving the set identification information from the communication network, and associating the set identification information with set status information based on the location of the sensing device that read the set identification information. An item inventory database stores the set identification information in association with the set status information.||12-13-2012|
|20120059299||Ankle Support With Calcaneous Control Strap - A foot support having straps which receive the calcaneous and wrap around the midfoot in a tensioned state for stabilizing the rearfoot and the midfoot to avoid excessive inversion and eversion of the foot.||03-08-2012|
|20090247968||Medical Suction System - A disposable liner/lid system useable with a rigid canister and having an adhesive seal to provide improved sealing characteristics and effectively reduce the likelihood of spillage and leakage. The liner includes a flange and the lid includes adhesive that is secured to the interior of the lid and the flange of the liner when installed to provide a seal.||10-01-2009|
|20090247922||ANKLE SUPPORT WITH CALCANEOUS CONTROL STRAP - A foot support having straps which receive the calcaneous and wrap around the midfoot in a tensioned state for stabilizing the rearfoot and the midfoot to avoid excessive inversion and eversion of the foot.||10-01-2009|
|20090247920||Ankle Support with Calcaneous Control Strap - A foot support having straps which receive the calcaneous and wrap around the midfoot in a tensioned state for stabilizing the rearfoot and the midfoot to avoid excessive inversion and eversion of the foot.||10-01-2009|
Patent applications by DEROYAL INDUSTRIES, INC.