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Samuel A Klein, ~8120 Beaver Brook Cir, Amherst, NH 03031

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20 Beaver Brook Cir, Amherst, NH 03031    603-6733539   

80 Moonakis Rd, East Falmouth, MA 02536    508-4570000   

Hudson, NH   

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Samuel Klein

Specialties:
Gastroenterology, Internal Medicine
Work:
Washington University Weight Management Program
620 S Taylor Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63110
314-2862069 (phone) 314-2862085 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
Temple University School of Medicine
Graduated: 1979
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Klein graduated from the Temple University School of Medicine in 1979. He works in Saint Louis, MO and specializes in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. Dr. Klein is affiliated with Barnes Jewish Hospital.
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Samuel Aaron Klein

Specialties:
Psychiatry
Education:
University of Michigan Medical School (1986)

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Samuel Klein 2015-17 RANDOM ROAD, LLC

Publications

Us Patents

Systems And Methods For Removing Ingested Material From A Stomach

US Patent:
8002758, Aug 23, 2011
Filed:
Aug 3, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/890274
Inventors:
Dean Kamen - Bedford NH,
Kevin L. Grant - Litchfield NH,
Eric M. Soederberg - Bedford NH,
David E. Altobelli - Hollis NH,
David Flynn - Manchester NH,
Kenneth S. Solovay - Weston FL,
Samuel Klein - Clayton MO,
Assignee:
Aspire Bariatrics, LLC - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
A61M 1/00
A61F 5/44
F16K 25/00
F16L 37/28
US Classification:
604320, 604323, 604335, 251 88, 2511492, 2511499
Abstract:
When a patient is fitted with an external gastrostomy connection to the stomach, ingested food can be removed through the gastrostomy connection using a pump-based or siphon-based system to achieve weight loss. The process of removing ingested food can be improved by alternating the infusion of liquid into the stomach with the removal of material from the stomach. Optionally, stomach acid may be captured and returned to the stomach. Optionally, nutritional supplements or medicines may be added to the infused liquid. Optionally, a flush mount connectorized system with a built in valve may be used to simplify the interface with the gastrostomy hardware that remains installed in the patient. Optionally, the system may be configured to disable itself from further use after a triggering event (e. g. , the passage of time or a predetermined number of uses) has occurred.

Systems And Methods For Removing Ingested Material From A Stomach

US Patent:
8414561, Apr 9, 2013
Filed:
Feb 15, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/675525
Inventors:
Dean Kamen - Bedford NH,
Kevin L. Grant - Litchfield NH,
Eric M. Soederberg - Bedford NH,
David E. Altobelli - Hollis NH,
David M. Flynn - Manchester NH,
Kenneth S. Solovay - Weston FL,
Samuel Klein - Clayton MO,
Assignee:
Aspire Bariatrics, LLC - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
A61M 1/00
US Classification:
604540, 604 28, 604128
Abstract:
When a patient is fitted with an external gastrostomy connection to the stomach, ingested food can be removed through the gastrostomy connection using a pump-based or siphon-based system to achieve weight loss. The process of removing ingested food can be improved by alternating the infusion of liquid into the stomach with the removal of material from the stomach. Optionally, stomach acid may be captured and returned to the stomach. Optionally, nutritional supplements or medicines may be added to the infused liquid. Optionally, a flush mount connectorized system with a built in valve may be used to simplify the interface with the gastrostomy hardware that remains installed in the patient. Optionally, the system may be configured to disable itself from further use after a triggering event (e. g. , the passage of time or a predetermined number of uses) has occurred.

Systems And Methods For Removing Ingested Material From A Stomach

US Patent:
8632513, Jan 21, 2014
Filed:
Apr 1, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/078838
Inventors:
Dean Kamen - Bedford NH,
Kevin L. Grant - Litchfield NH,
Eric M. Soederberg - Bedford NH,
David E. Altobelli - Hollis NH,
David Flynn - Manchester NH,
Kenneth S. Solovay - Weston FL,
Samuel Klein - Clayton MO,
Assignee:
Aspire Bariatrics, Inc. - King of Prussia PA
International Classification:
A61M 1/00
A61M 39/00
A61M 39/22
A61F 5/44
US Classification:
604320, 604 8, 604 9, 604 10, 604 19, 604 27, 222548, 222555
Abstract:
When a patient is fitted with an external gastrostomy connection to the stomach, ingested food can be removed through the gastrostomy connection using a pump-based or siphon-based system to achieve weight loss. The process of removing ingested food can be improved by alternating the infusion of liquid into the stomach with the removal of material from the stomach. Optionally, stomach acid may be captured and returned to the stomach. Optionally, nutritional supplements or medicines may be added to the infused liquid. Optionally, a flush mount connectorized system with a built in valve may be used to simplify the interface with the gastrostomy hardware that remains installed in the patient. Optionally, the system may be configured to disable itself from further use after a triggering event (e. g. , the passage of time or a predetermined number of uses) has occurred.

Systems And Methods For Removing Ingested Material From A Stomach

US Patent:
2013028, Oct 31, 2013
Filed:
Mar 2, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/783250
Inventors:
Dean Kamen - Bedford NH,
Kevin L. Grant - Litchfield NH,
Eric M. Soederberg - Bedford NH,
David E. Altobelli - Hollis NH,
David M. Flynn - Manchester NH,
Kenneth S. Solovay - Weston FL,
Samuel Klein - Clayton MO,
International Classification:
A61F 5/00
A61M 1/00
US Classification:
604 30, 604 27
Abstract:
When a patient is fitted with an external gastrostomy connection to the stomach, ingested food can be removed through the gastrostomy connection using a pump-based or siphon-based system to achieve weight loss. The process of removing ingested food can be improved by alternating the infusion of liquid into the stomach with the removal of material from the stomach. Optionally, stomach acid may be captured and returned to the stomach. Optionally, nutritional supplements or medicines may be added to the infused liquid. Optionally, a flush mount connectorized system with a built in valve may be used to simplify the interface with the gastrostomy hardware that remains installed in the patient. Optionally, the system may be configured to disable itself from further use after a triggering event (e.g., the passage of time or a predetermined number of uses) has occurred.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Health'S-A-Poppin'

Author:
Samuel Klein
ISBN #:
0515030104

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