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Martin S Abbenhouse

age ~59

from Kirkland, WA

Also known as:
  • Martin Abbenhouse
  • Martin Abbenhuis
  • Susan Marks
  • Abbenhuis Martin
12205 66Th St, Kirkland, WA 98033425-5760281

Martin Abbenhouse Phones & Addresses

  • 12205 66Th St, Kirkland, WA 98033 • 425-5760281
  • 12211 66Th St, Kirkland, WA 98033 • 425-8271811
  • Kiona, WA
  • Redmond, WA

Work

  • Company:
    Physio-control
    1992 to 2013
  • Position:
    Engineering supervisor

Industries

Medical Devices

Resumes

  • Martin Abbenhouse Photo 1

    Engineering Supervisor

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  • Position:
    Engineering Supervisor at Physio-Control
  • Location:
    Greater Seattle Area
  • Industry:
    Medical Devices
  • Work:
    Physio-Control since 1992
    Engineering Supervisor

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Martin Abbenhouse
Principal
Martin Abbenhouse Design and Engineering
Engineering Services
12211 NE 66 St, Kirkland, WA 98033

Us Patents

  • Rapid Induction Of Mild Hypothermia

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  • US Patent:
    7179279, Feb 20, 2007
  • Filed:
    Sep 30, 2002
  • Appl. No.:
    10/262604
  • Inventors:
    Stephen W. Radons - Snohomish WA,
    Larry R. Nygaard - Snohomish WA,
    Martin S. Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
    Steven M. Chester - Kirkland WA,
  • Assignee:
    MedTronic Physio Control Corp. - Redmond WA
  • International Classification:
    A61F 7/00
  • US Classification:
    607108, 607104, 607109
  • Abstract:
    In general, the disclosure presents techniques for rapidly cooling the body of a patient. A cooling garment is placed in contact with the body of the patient. Spacers within the cooling garment create a space between at least a portion of the cooling garment and the body of the patient. The cooling garment receives a coolant from a coolant supply and delivers the coolant to the body of the patient. The heat from the body of the patient may evaporate the coolant. A carrier gas, which circulates within the space between the cooling garment and the patient, carries the gaseous coolant out of the cooling garment via an exit port. The rapid cooling of the patient may slow the neurological damage to the patient.
  • Circuit Package And Method For Making The Same

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  • US Patent:
    2003012, Jul 3, 2003
  • Filed:
    Dec 28, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/033595
  • Inventors:
    Ronald McIlnay - Hansville WA,
    Martin Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
  • Assignee:
    Medtronic Physio-Control Manufacturing Corporation
  • International Classification:
    H05K001/14
  • US Classification:
    361/804000, 361/803000, 361/796000
  • Abstract:
    A circuit package with improved heat dissipation properties for high-power circuits. In one embodiment, the circuit package comprises two circuit boards positioned in different planes, at least one brace affixed between the two circuit boards, a molded housing enclosing an area between the circuit boards, and a plurality of electrically conductive leads extending from the sides of the circuit package. The molded housing is configured to expose at least one surface of the circuit boards to the exterior surface of the circuit package. The leads are configured in a J-shape, which allows the circuit package to be mounted in an upright position. The brace functions as a flexible spacer for holding the two circuit boards in position during the application of the molded housing. In one embodiment, a H-bridge circuit is configured on the first and second circuit boards of the circuit package.
  • Coolant Control For Rapid Induction Of Mild Hypothermia

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  • US Patent:
    2005010, May 12, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jul 31, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/632122
  • Inventors:
    Steven Chester - Kirkland WA,
    Martin Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
    Stephen Radons - Snohomish WA,
  • International Classification:
    A61F007/12
  • US Classification:
    604113000
  • Abstract:
    The invention is directed to techniques and apparatus for controlling the temperature of a coolant delivered to a patient in a hypothermic therapy system, including a hypothermic therapy system that can be applied to a patient outside or inside a hospital setting. In general, the coolant is in a pressurized form at ambient temperature, and is expanded proximate to the patient to cause the coolant to cool. Cooling garments placed in contact with the body of the patient circulate the cooled coolant proximate to the patient to cool the patient. A controller controls the temperature of the coolant by mixing the coolant with ambient air, for example, to reduce the risk of harm the patient.
  • Holster For Displaying Individual Coin On Vertical Surface

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  • US Patent:
    2014001, Jan 16, 2014
  • Filed:
    Sep 12, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/573374
  • Inventors:
    Oscar H. Rojas - Bothell WA,
    Martin Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
    Gregory T. Kavounas - Bellevue WA,
  • International Classification:
    F16M 13/02
  • US Classification:
    2483094, 2483091
  • Abstract:
    Devices and methods for supporting a coin, such as a challenge coin, on a vertical surface. A device includes a backing member and a base attached to the backing member. The backing member can be suspended substantially vertically on the vertical surface, for example using attaching means. The base can be arcuate. The coin can be placed on the base, and thus be supported by the device on the vertical surface. A letter of promotion can be framed, and the device can be attached to a front glass surface of the frame. This way, a coin such as a challenge coin can be displayed together with the letter of promotion.
  • Medical Device With Language Localization

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  • US Patent:
    2014002, Jan 23, 2014
  • Filed:
    Jul 18, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/552549
  • Inventors:
    Martin Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
    David R. Christie - Woodinville WA,
    Daniel Conan Perreault - Everett WA,
  • Assignee:
    PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC. - Redmond WA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 1/39
  • US Classification:
    607 5
  • Abstract:
    An external medical device can include a housing, an energy storage module within the housing for storing an electrical charge, and a defibrillation port for guiding via electrodes the stored electrical charge to a person. The device can also include a user interface to deliver prompts to a user during a defibrillation session and a language detector in the housing to determine a vicinity language. The prompts can be in a language that is selected based on the determined vicinity language.
  • Medical Device With Protocol Localization

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  • US Patent:
    2014002, Jan 23, 2014
  • Filed:
    Jul 18, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/552552
  • Inventors:
    Martin Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
    David R. Christie - Woodinville WA,
    Mitchell A. Smith - Sammamish WA,
    Daniel Conan Perreault - Everett WA,
  • Assignee:
    PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC. - Redmond WA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 1/39
  • US Classification:
    607 5
  • Abstract:
    An external medical device can include a housing, an energy storage module within the housing for storing an electrical charge, and a defibrillation port for guiding via electrodes the stored electrical charge to a person. The device can also include a user interface to deliver prompts to a user during a defibrillation session and a locale detector in the housing to determine a present locale of the device. The prompts delivered by the user interface to the user during the defibrillation session can be in accordance with a protocol that is selected based on the present locale.
  • Wearable Defibrillator With Voice Prompts And Voice Recognition

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  • US Patent:
    2014002, Jan 23, 2014
  • Filed:
    Jul 22, 2013
  • Appl. No.:
    13/947747
  • Inventors:
    Martin S. Abbenhouse - Kirkland WA,
  • Assignee:
    PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC. - Redmond WA
  • International Classification:
    A61N 1/39
  • US Classification:
    607 5
  • Abstract:
    An external medical device such as a wearable defibrillator can include a housing, an energy storage module within the housing for storing an electrical charge, and a defibrillation port within the housing for guiding via electrodes the stored electrical charge to a person. The medical device can also include a processor within the housing configured to control a voice prompt customization module, in which the voice prompt customization module allows a programmer to customize voice prompts, and a user interface configured to deliver at least one voice prompt customized by the programmer

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