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Kevin A Rudolph: Mask for breath analysis. Hans Rudolph, Litman McMahon & Brown, November 30, 1993: US05265595 (230 worldwide citation)

An oral respiratory mouth mask for breath-by-breath ventilatory measurements on humans constructed of silicone or like material. The mouth mask has a curved face sealing flange adapted to sealably engage the user's skin about the mouth and nose including an internal mouth-enclosing chamber having a ...


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Kevin A Rudolph: Nasal mask. Hans Rudolph, John C McMahon, February 27, 2001: US06192886 (215 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask configured to be as unobtrusive as possible while providing an air-tight seal around the nose of a wearer comprises a flexible nasal cup having a nasal opening formed by an inner circumferential edge or rim thereof and opening into a nasal chamber. The cup also includes inner and outer ...


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Kevin A Rudolph: Airflow delivery system. Hans Rudolph, Litman McMahon and Brown, July 23, 1996: US05538000 (186 worldwide citation)

An improved airflow delivery system wherein a primary conduit extends from a source of a stream of breathable gas to a patient or wearer. The primary conduit is rotatably connected to a manifold positioned on the top of the wearer's head. The manifold distributes the stream of breathable gas through ...


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Kevin A Rudolph, Kelly H Rudolph: Mask with gel seal. Hans Rudolph, John C McMahon, Litman Kraai & Brown L L C, July 4, 2000: US06082360 (119 worldwide citation)

An apparatus includes a respiratory mask and a seal. The mask is adapted to encircle the mouth of a user and convey gasses to and from the mouth of a user through a port therein. The seal is a hydrogel seal that is relatively sticky and resilient so as to provide a tight seal between the mask and th ...


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Kevin A Rudolph: Pneumotach. Hans Rudolph, Litman McMahon & Brown, October 29, 1991: US05060655 (37 worldwide citation)

A pneumotach apparatus for measuring gas flows comprises a flow head with a passageway and having a plurality of screens positioned in the pasageway to provide a variance in pressure on different sides of one of the screens, a pressure transducer to convert the pressures into a flow value and a disp ...


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Rudolph Hans, Ye Richard C: Jaw exercising device. Hans Rudolph, March 20, 1973: US3721439 (12 worldwide citation)

A jaw exercising device for use in exercising facial muscles has a gripping member mounted on and extending from a frame and a gripping member extending from a member movable within the frame in response to movement of a jaw of a person biting the gripping members, the movement being controlled by a ...


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Kevin A Rudolph: Ventilation mask with continuous seal connected by resilient cushion. Hans Rudolph, Erickson Kernell Derusseau & Kleypas, March 20, 2012: US08136523 (8 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask comprises a sealing flange connected to a mask body by a sinusoidal shaped cushioning member. The cushioning member resiliently compresses when the sealing flange is pressed against the face of a wearer to ensure an airtight seal between the sealing flange and the face of the wear ...


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Robert O Crapo, Robert L Jensen: DLco calibration syringe apparatus. Hans Rudolph, John C McMahon, July 9, 2002: US06415642 (4 worldwide citation)

A calibration apparatus for checking the accuracy of DLco testing machines includes a pair of syringes mounted side by side in a frame and joined by a valve controlled gas passageway to a coupling adapted to mate with the testing machine. The first syringe receives gas from the testing machine and t ...


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Crapo Robert O, Jenson Robert L: Syringe apparatus for calibrating carbon monoxide lung diffusion capacity analyser. Hans Rudolph, June 20, 2001: EP1109018-A2 (3 worldwide citation)

A calibration apparatus (1) for checking the accuracy of DLco testing machines includes a pair of syringes (10, 11) mounted side by side in a frame (12) and joined by a valve controlled gas passageway (13) to a coupling (76) adapted to mate with the testing machine. The first syringe receives gas fr ...


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Landis Robert M: Tube seal adaptor for respiratory masks. Hans Rudolph, December 8, 2004: EP1484075-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A tube seal adaptor (10) for forming a seal around a tube (2) inserted between a respiratory mask (6) and the face (4) of the mask wearer comprises a curved strip of flexible and pliable material having a tacky base (14) and a slotted curved outer surface (16) which curves downward to a relatively s ...