Self Adhesive Electrodes used in the treatment of pain through portable and clinical electrode modalities, electrical modalities for rehabilitation and cosmetics that use Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) and Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS), ultrasound device for rehabilitation and cosmetics that is applied to skin with a ultrasound head with 1 MHz of power for rehabilitation or 3 MHz of power for cosmetic treatment, laser...
On Friday, November 23, 2012,
a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
The USPTO has given the ZOOMER
trademark serial number of 85786127.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE.
The correspondent listed for ZOOMER is
ISABEL ANNE STRATTO; KEYSER MASON BALL, of
FOUR ROBERT SPECK PARKWAY; SUITE 1600, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, L4Z1S1 CANADA
The ZOOMER trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for ZOOMER
is Self Adhesive Electrodes used in the treatment of pain through portable and clinical electrode modalities, electrical modalities for rehabilitation and cosmetics that use Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) and Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS), ultrasound device for rehabilitation and cosmetics that is applied to skin with a ultrasound head with 1 MHz of power for rehabilitation or 3 MHz of power for cosmetic treatment, lasers for rehabilitation and cosmetics that are directed onto the skin with a laser probe using laser diodes in the 400 to 1000 nanometer wave length range, incontinence products relating to adult reusable and disposable diapers, vaginal and rectal sensors and stimulators, shockwave equipment, hot packs, cold packs, moist heat pack, hydrocollators, bed warmers, heat therapy pads, active pneumatic compression equipment, paraffin baths, whirlpools, hot tubs, electric rail stair climbers, topical analgesic, anti aging creams, lotions, gels, portable massagers, massage creams, lotions, gels, exercise balls and disks, exercise putty, hand exercisers, support bras, orthotics, balance boards, first aid kits, examination gloves, hair loss products applied to scalp with creams, gels, shampoos, hair replacement, hair loss concealers, stools, chairs, charts, diagnostic equipment for strength and range of motion, diabetic testing equipment, stethoscopes, blood pressure gauges, thermometers, weight scales, fat analyzers, fitness testing equipment heart rate monitors, cutlery used to help individuals stabilize food on cutlery and prolong individuals ability to remain independent, water purifiers, cook books, splints, bruise creams, ankle walkers, arthritis supports, decompression belts, sacroiliac belts, hernia belts, chair wedges and cushions, lumbar rolls, tendon straps, air walkers that stabilize the foot and ankle with an inflatable air bag inside a walking boot to protect individuals that have had trauma in the area of the foot and ankle, heel pads, insoles, footwear for gait correction, commodes sani-bags, seats, pails and bed pans, reach extender, garment and dressing aids, shoe horns, grooming aids that assist with independent management of personal care that include: long handled and curved combs and brushes that allow easier reach with minimal effort, nail clippers or emery boards which attach to a board to allow for one handed nail care, nail file holders which increase the grip size of a nail file for easier use, nail or denture brushes with suction cups which allow the brush to be stuck onto a bench or sink and be used one handed, tweezers and scissors that are adapted to meet a range of physical needs such as being long handled, angled or having a range of handle shapes, lotion or tube squeezers to assist with squeezing toothpaste or lotion, long handled applicators for lotion if unable to reach, long handled pumice stones, electric or battery powered toothbrushes to minimize hand movement required, toothbrush grips that can be slipped over a standard toothbrush to build up grip size, dental floss holder to allow one handed flossing, hair dryer stands to support a hair dryer at a range of heights without having to hold the weight, long handled attachments that can be added to a razor and allow shaving of legs without bending forwards, a range of mirrors that are either handheld with the hand or finger loops and long handles for inspection or viewing purposes, along with small freestanding mirrors that sit on a benchtop, respiratory assistance equipment for home use, oxygen tanks and equipment for home use, pill oraganizers, eye drop dispensers, vision assist magnifiers, vision assist with audio explanation products, visual and hearing impaired phones, alarms, wrist watches, timers, shopping utility carts, chiropractic treatment tables, physiotherapy treatment tables, leg spacers, sleep apnea equipment, in bed positioning products, namely, pillows, air purifiers, beds adjustable, medical patient monitoring alarm systems, fall safety alarm and sensor systems, anti fatigue mats, home security systems, portable defibrillators, body lift assist equipment, adjustable bed rails, would care dressing, suntan lotions, scar management products, namely, creams, diabetic support wear, kinesiology tape, lymph edema, rehabilitation and maintenance equipment for lymph edema, compression garments and pumps for circulation, therapeutic leg wear, anti-embolism wear, cohesive wraps, posture rectifying wear, bath and shower enclosures, bath and shower fall aids, toilets, non-slip flooring, over bed and chair tables, timers, bathing and showering aids, canes, walkers, wheel chairs, scooters, treadmills, stir climber, vibration exercise machines, stationary bikes, elliptical trainers, active passive trainers, rehabilitative stations, exercise stations, resistance bands and tubes, pulley weight systems, inversion tables, free weights, kinesiology tape, continuous passive motion machines, parallel bars, un-weighted treadmill rehabilitation equipment, exercise mats, massage tables, mattress, pillows, sheets, bladder protection garments, backrests, stand in tables, and exercise stair case; e-commerce sales, tradeshow sales, product research, design and development in the field of health and wellness products, manufacturing services for others in the field of health and wellness products, resale of products and services in the field of health and wellness products through wholesale, distributor, licensing and direct to end user.