Chel W Lew

age ~86

from San Antonio, TX

Also known as:
  • Chel Lew
  • Chel Wing Lew
  • Jimmy Chel Lew
  • Jimmy Lew
  • Michael Neiman
  • Norma Benton
  • Michael Nieman
9218 Old Homestead St, San Antonio, TX 782302103669439

Chel Lew Phones & Addresses

  • 9218 Old Homestead St, San Antonio, TX 78230 • 2103669439

Work

  • Position:
    Financial Professional

Education

  • Degree:
    Associate degree or higher

Us Patents

  • Method And Apparatus For Delivery Of A Medicament In The Oral Cavity

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  • US Patent:
    51815052, Jan 26, 1993
  • Filed:
    Jun 28, 1991
  • Appl. No.:
    7/726628
  • Inventors:
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Thomas B. Aufdemorte - San Antonio TX
    Howard S. McGuff - San Antonio TX
    Gerald L. Alderson - San Antonio TX
  • International Classification:
    A61M 1600
  • US Classification:
    12820026
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus (10) for dispensing a medicament such as an antibiotic in the upper aerodigestive tract of an intubated patient (22). The apparatus (10) is a generally ovoid body (12) comprised of a substrate which can be polymeric, natural or synthetic woven or spun fiber, a gel, or other substance capable of being impregnated with the medicament and then releasing the medicament when contacted by an aqueous solution, specifically, the saliva of patient (22). Body (12) is shaped with rounded tapered surfaces (30) and ends (26) for engaging the mucosa of the alveolar ridge (32) and palate (20) of patient (22) to stabilize the apparatus (10) in the oral cavity (24). A channel (38) is provided for passage of the tube (40) of an endotracheal tube (36) therethrough which cooperates with the surfaces (30) and ends (26) to stabilize both endotracheal tube (36) and body (12) in the oral cavity (24).
  • Method Of Forming Fluid Filled Microcapsules

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  • US Patent:
    48881406, Dec 19, 1989
  • Filed:
    Feb 11, 1987
  • Appl. No.:
    7/013315
  • Inventors:
    Herman W. Schlameus - San Antonio TX
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Donald M. Atkinson - West Haven CT
  • Assignee:
    Chesebrough-Pond's Inc. - Greenwich CT
  • International Classification:
    A61J 504
  • US Classification:
    264 43
  • Abstract:
    The invention is a process for preparing round, fluid filled microcapsules by the simultaneous extrusion, of core and shell material from coaxially aligned and concentric extrusion nozzles into a surrounding carrier fluid moving in the direction of the extrusion wherein a surfactant having affinity with the carrier fluid is added to the carrier fluid. When the carrier fluid is an oil based carrier, a lipophilic emulsifier such as a sorbitan monoester of a fatty acid can be used.
  • Bait With Cucurbitacin

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  • US Patent:
    61745383, Jan 16, 2001
  • Filed:
    Feb 8, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/194358
  • Inventors:
    Keith L. Branly - Brandon FL
    James M. Gaggero - Citrus Heights CA
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Cathy S. Lamb - Westerville OH
  • Assignee:
    Micro Flo Company - Memphis TN
  • International Classification:
    A01N 2510
  • US Classification:
    424408
  • Abstract:
    Baits useful against diabroticine mature and immature beetles contain (a) an insecticide and (b) a feeding stimulant containing a cucurbitacin in a gelatin binder.
  • Manufacture Of Bait With Hot Melt Binder

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  • US Patent:
    56076843, Mar 4, 1997
  • Filed:
    Jun 5, 1995
  • Appl. No.:
    8/468237
  • Inventors:
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Kelly S. Johns - Hahira GA
  • Assignee:
    Micro Flo Company - Mulberry FL
  • International Classification:
    A01N 2500
  • US Classification:
    424405
  • Abstract:
    Baits useful in the control of insect populations are made by a process that includes the steps of: (a) forming droplets of a homogeneous, substantially water-free mixture comprising: (i) 0. 01-99 wt % of a feeding stimulant in the form of a finely divided particulate or liquid; (ii) 0. 01-99 wt % of an insecticide; and (iii) a molten, polymeric binder composition that is solid at 25. degree. C. and exhibits a melting point within the range from about 35. degree. C. to about 65. degree. C. ; and (b) making particulate baits from the droplets by cooling the droplets to a temperature below the melting point of the mixture. The absence of added water permits the use of active insecticidal ingredients that are generally temperature sensitive to the drying temperatures needed for commercial spray drying operations as well as those sensitive to the presence of water during extended storage and transport periods. The use of the present water-free process avoids hydrolysis of the active insecticide during those periods.
  • Diabroticine Bait

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  • US Patent:
    54845874, Jan 16, 1996
  • Filed:
    Oct 31, 1991
  • Appl. No.:
    7/784506
  • Inventors:
    Keith Branly - Brandon FL
    James M. Gaggero - Citrus Heights CA
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Cathy S. Lamb - San Antonio TX
  • Assignee:
    Micro Flo Company - Mulberry FL
  • International Classification:
    A01N 2528
    A01N 6500
    A01N 4710
  • US Classification:
    424 84
  • Abstract:
    Baits for diabroticine beetles are microspherical particles containing a homogeneous mixture of a toxicant for diabroticine beetles and a feeding stimulant in a binder containing a gelatin and a gum. Preferred formulations include carbaryl and buffalo gourd root powder.
  • Process For Making Microcapsules And Apparatus Therefor

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  • US Patent:
    52466361, Sep 21, 1993
  • Filed:
    May 7, 1991
  • Appl. No.:
    7/697214
  • Inventors:
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Jack D. Trevino - San Antonio TX
  • Assignee:
    Southwest Research Institute - San Antonio TX
  • International Classification:
    B01J 1304
    B28B 132
  • US Classification:
    264 41
  • Abstract:
    A process for forming microcapsules wherein the core material in the form of substantially uniform particles is projected through at least one descending curtain of encapsulating wallforming material in the form of an atomized mist of droplets so as to coat said particles with said droplets to form a substantially uniform thickness of encapsulating material and apparatus for carrying out such process.
  • Encapsulated Corn Kernels And Method Of Forming The Same

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  • US Patent:
    48806463, Nov 14, 1989
  • Filed:
    Nov 29, 1988
  • Appl. No.:
    7/277296
  • Inventors:
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Darren E. Barlow - San Antonio TX
  • Assignee:
    Southwest Research Institute - San Antonio TX
  • International Classification:
    H23L 136
  • US Classification:
    426 93
  • Abstract:
    Encapsulated corn kernels consisting essentially of a kernels of corn suitable for popping coated over at least a portion of the outer surface thereof with an edible oleaginous substance or edible wax and thereover with an outer shell of an edible polymer. The process of making such encapsulated kernel; and microwaveable corn products consisting essentially of the encapsulated corn kernels in a microwaveable package.
  • Filament System For Delivering A Medicament And Method

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  • US Patent:
    51679620, Dec 1, 1992
  • Filed:
    Aug 8, 1991
  • Appl. No.:
    7/744636
  • Inventors:
    Chel W. Lew - San Antonio TX
    Jack D. Trevino - San Antonio TX
  • Assignee:
    Southwest Research Institute - San Antonio TX
  • International Classification:
    A61F 200
  • US Classification:
    424426
  • Abstract:
    A filament system for delivery of a medicament in the intestine comprised of a material having the medicament contained therein which is coiled for ease in ingestion and to prevent uncoiling until the filament reaches the intestine. Once the coiled filament reaches the intestine and uncoils, the medicament is released therefrom. The filament is preferably comprised of a material which is water insoluble, semipermeable, enteric, or bioerodible to facilitate release of the medicament, and is provided with or comprised of a bioadhesive for retarding the passage of the filament through the intestine once uncoiled, with the result that therapeutically effective dosage levels are substained for relatively long periods of time.

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