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Peter Chi Fai Ho, Lance Busch, Jerome Matula Jr: Cheek-mounted patient interface. Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, Timothy A Nathan, December 1, 2009: US07624735 (36 worldwide citation)

A patient interface that includes a support body having a cushion and cheek interfaces. Collectively, the cushion and cheek interfaces operate to distribute compressive forces exerted on the user's face. The support body of the patient interface is constructed from a flexible material to impart addi ...


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Jonathan S H Denyer, Ivan R Prince: Ventilator aerosol delivery. Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, Timothy A Nathan, February 12, 2013: US08371299 (3 worldwide citation)

The delivery of a medicament to a mechanically ventilated patient may include the steps of delivering a respiratory maneuver to such a patient, monitoring the physiological effects of the respiratory maneuver on such patient, automatically establishing an adjustment to the respiratory maneuver in re ...


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Jonathan S H Denyer, Ivan R Prince, Anthony Dyche: Apparatus and method for maintaining consistency for aerosol drug delivery treatments. Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, September 11, 2012: US08261738 (2 worldwide citation)

An aerosol drug delivery apparatus is provided. The apparatus may include a reservoir constructed to contain a predetermined dose of a liquid drug, an aerosol generator in communication with the reservoir, and a power source arranged to deliver power to the aerosol generator in order to produce an a ...


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David Roe Crockford, John Stanley Harold Denyer: Drug delivery apparatus. Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, Timothy A Nathan, June 18, 2013: US08464706 (2 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery apparatus comprising: a drug delivery device for selectively delivering drug-laden air or air not laden with the drug; a sensor for monitoring the breathing pattern of a patient; a controller arranged to control the drug delivery device to deliver drug-laden air in pulses which begin ...


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Denyer Jonathan Stanley Harold: Atomiseur, Atomizer with movable deflector. Medic Aid, Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, RIDOUT & MAYBEE, January 9, 2007: CA2162511

An atomizer including a gas exit, an outlet adjacent the gas exit, and a deflector for deflecting gas issuing from the gas exit over the outlet for drawing a substance to be atomized out from one outlet and atomizing the substance in the gas issuing from the gas exit characterised in that the deflec ...


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Denyer Jonathan Stanley Harold, Nikander Kurt: Procede et appareil dinhalation, Inhalation apparatus and method. Astrazeneca Aktiebolag, Medic Aid, Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, June 24, 1999: CA2312998

An apparatus for and a method of ensuring the fit of a face mask to the face of a patient, the apparatus comprising: a face mask (11; 49; 89) having an inlet (11a; 49a; 89a) through which gas can be inhaled; and a sensor (19; 67; 99) for measuring the flow rate of gas drawn through the inlet (11a; 4 ...


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Crockford David Roe, Denyer John Stanley Harold: Appareil dadministration de medicaments, Drug delivery apparatus. Medic Aid, Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, HILL & SCHUMACHER, August 16, 2001: CA2399464

A drug delivery apparatus comprising: a drug delivery device for selectively delivering drug-laden air or air not laden with the drug; a sensor (4) for monitoring the breathing pattern of a patient; a controller (24) arranged to control the drug delivery device to deliver drug-laden air in pulses wh ...


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DENYER JONATHAN S H, DYCHE ANTHONY: Improvements in and relating to controlling drug delivery apparatus, Verbesserungen bei und in Zusammenhang mit der Steuerung eines Wirkstofffreisetzungsgeräts, Améliorations de et associées au contrôle dun appareil dadministration de médicaments. RESPIRONICS RESPIRATORY DRUG DELIVERY, June 22, 2011: EP2335758-A2

A drug delivery device (50) comprising a delivery portion for delivering a drug to a patient, a drug use analyser and a repeat prescription ordering portion. The drug use analyser analyses the amount of a drug delivered over a number of treatments and which identifies when only a certain proportion ...


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Ivan R Prince, Richard Potter: Method for cleaning a nebulizer. Respironics Respiratory Drug Delivery, Michael W Haas, Respironics, August 16, 2007: US20070189919-A1

A method for cleaning a medicament from a portion of a nebulizer comprising soaking the portion of the nebulizer for a predetermined time in a cleaning solution having an enzyme dissolved therein, washing the cleaning solution from the portion of the nebulizer, and rinsing the portion of the nebuliz ...