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Deaton David W: Inflatable patient enclosures. Ahldea Corporation, January 16, 1973: US3710791 (35 worldwide citation)

An inflatable housing includes bottom and side portions adapted to enclose a volume of atmosphere for use as an incubator or an oxygen tent. The side portions of the housing are constructed from spaced apart flexible sheets to form air chambers which extend over a substantial area of the side portio ...


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Deaton David W: Disposable liquid entraining system. Ahldea Corporation, July 10, 1973: US3744771 (26 worldwide citation)

A disposable liquid entraining system includes a liquid container and a vapor generator. Initially, the container is sterilized and is filled with a sterile liquid. Then, the vapor generator is sterilized and is mounted within the container. The vapor generator receives a sterile, pressurized gas, a ...


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Deaton David W: Sterile liquid entraining system. Ahldea Corporation, August 8, 1972: US3682168 (21 worldwide citation)

In a sterile liquid entraining system, a liquid is fed to a vapor generator from a collapsible liquid container. Initially, the container is sterilized and is filled with a sterile liquid. Then, a vapor generator, which may comprise either a humidifier or a nebulizer, is connected to the container t ...


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Deaton David W: Stimulation method and apparatus for attempting to return a physiological parameter of a patient to normal. Ahldea Corporation, May 1, 1973: US3730173 (17 worldwide citation)

A selected physiological parameter of a patient, such as the respiration or heart beat of the patient, is monitored. When certain variations in the monitored parameter are detected, a stream of pressurized fluid, such as air, is directed against the patient's body to provide cutaneous stimulation in ...


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Deaton David W: Liquid flow regulator and monitor for corporeal infusion system and method of using the same. Ahldea Corporation, May 2, 1972: US3659629 (7 worldwide citation)

The specification is directed to a device for regulating and visually indicating the rate of fluid flow from a corporeal infusion system such as an intravenous infusion system. One embodiment of the disclosed invention includes the detection of the rate of flow of air into the container of sterile l ...