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Schepp Ronald Dr: Closed circuit anaesthesia device.. Mijnhardt, October 10, 1984: EP0121255-A2 (10 worldwide citation)

The closed circuit anesthesia method and device provides for a casing including a separation between a primary side and a secondary side in the form of a volume-displacement detector (1) which preferably is a dry spirometer. Means (13) are provided for detecting the composition and the volume of the ...


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Johannes M E van den Burg: Flowmeter for gases. Mijnhardt, Michael N Meller, April 2, 1991: US05003828 (7 worldwide citation)

A flowmeter for gases has a rotor between two stators which consist of deflection blades, and an otpical system for detecting the rotation of the rotor and converting it into an electrical output signal. Each of the detector blades of the stators has a curved course between an inflow edge, where the ...


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Godart Justus Gijsbertus: Improvements in or relating to a device for measuring the velocity of a gas or the concentration of a gas in a gas mixture. Godart Mijnhardt, June 29, 1960: GB839615-A (7 worldwide citation)

839,615. Electrical measuring systems. GODART-MIJNHARDT N.V. July 28, 1958, No. 24245/58. Class 40 (1). A device for measuring the velocity of a gas or the concentration of a gas mixture comprises at least one measuring chamber containing a temperature-sensitive resistor element applied by printed c ...


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Albert W Schreurs: Breathing valve. Mijnhardt, Michael N Meller, August 6, 1991: US05036843 (6 worldwide citation)

Valve device intended for use in an apparatus for examining human metabolism processes through analysis of the breathing air, provided with a connection for a patient mouth-piece and a connection for the hose to the apparatus, an inhalation valve which opens as a result of inhalation and an exhalati ...


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Johannes M E van den Burg: Process and device for the continuous analysis of the composition of gases. Mijnhardt, Michael N Meller, September 1, 1992: US05143695 (4 worldwide citation)

Process for the continuous analysis of the composition of gases, by means of a measuring head for determining the flow rate and analysis equipment which is placed a distance away from the measuring head and is connected thereto by a sample line, a calibration gas being fed to the sample line at the ...


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Van Den Burg Johannes Martinus: Flowmeter for gases.. Mijnhardt, May 23, 1990: EP0369506-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A flowmeter for gases, comprising a rotor (11) between two stators (3,3 min ) which consist of deflection blades, optical means being provided to detect the rotation of the rotor and convert it into an electrical output signal. Each of the detector blades of the stators has a curved course between a ...


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Van Den Burg Johannes Martinus: Process and device for the continuous analysis of the composition of gases.. Mijnhardt, October 3, 1990: EP0390284-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

Process for the continuous analysis of the composition of gases, by means of a measuring head for determining the flow velocity and analysis equipment which is placed a distance away from the measuring head and is connected thereto by a sample line, a calibration gas being fed to the sample line at ...


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Brush with hollow back. Andries Mijnhardt, December 18, 1924: GB226106-A (1 worldwide citation)

226,106. Mijnhardt, A. June 2, 1924. Brush stocks.-The back of a brush, more particularlv a toothbrush or other toilet brush, is of hollow box-like form and perforations are formed in the wall 1 carrying the bristles and in a dished portion 5 of the opposite wall 4. Liquid may be admitted through th ...


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Schreurs Albert Wilhelm: Breathing valve.. Mijnhardt, July 4, 1990: EP0376366-A1

An apparatus for examining human metabolism through analysis of the respired air is provided with a connecting piece (21) for a patient mouth-piece and a connecting ring (14, 15) for a hose to the apparatus, an inhalation valve (8) which opens as a result of inhalation and an exhalation valve (17) w ...


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Berg Janwillem Van Den: Blood loss meter. Godart Mijnhardt, April 18, 1963: GB923830-A

923,830. Blood loss measurement. GODARTMIJNHARDT N.V. Dec. 15, 1960, No. 43169/60. Class 81 (2). [Also in Group XXXVI] The amount of blood lost during a surgical operation is determined by agitating the dressings in which the blood is absorbed in a washing liquid, and measuring the charge of conduct ...