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Thomas C Robinson: Respiratory humidifier. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, September 21, 1976: US03982095 (170 worldwide citation)

A respiratory humidifier has a base with a thermally controlled heater therein effective to heat a first transfer surface on the top of the base. Removably pressed against the first transfer surface is a second transfer surface forming the bottom of a container into which liquid is admitted, close t ...


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Keith E Buck, Sotiris Kitrilakis, Thomas C Robinson: Infant and pediatric ventilator. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, October 12, 1976: US03985131 (51 worldwide citation)

A volume ventilating respirator, especially for infant and pediatric use, has a pair of different size volume chambers with means for selecting one or the other for specific use. There is a selector affording a choice of several different ventilating modes including deep breaths at chosen periods or ...


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Thomas C Robinson: Blood pumping system. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, September 13, 1977: US04047844 (40 worldwide citation)

A blood pumping system has a pair of integral flexible bodies each provided with an inlet and an outlet and disposed in open top cavities in a housing. The cavities have extensions holding inlet valves and outlet valves for opening and closing the inlets and outlets. A flexible diaphragm overlies th ...


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Sotiris Kitrilakis, Thomas C Robinson: Intermittent demand ventilator. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, April 20, 1976: US03951143 (28 worldwide citation)

A volume ventilator effective to give a patient successive inhalations and exhalations at timed intervals is responsive to the patient's effort to inhale and at selected times gives the patient a deep breath synchronized with the patient's effort to inhale.


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Robert B Fraser: Gas analyzer. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, April 20, 1976: US03951607 (25 worldwide citation)

A gas analyzer especially for pulmonary use has a frame supporting a centrally mounted radiation chamber of about 10 to 30 millimeters (0.4 to 1.2 inches) substantially uniform inside diameter, having a circular-cylindrical glass wall closed by molybdenum protected aluminum ends connected in an elec ...


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Thomas C Robinson, Sotiris Kitrilakis: Spirometer. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, November 23, 1976: US03993050 (6 worldwide citation)

A spirometer has a housing with a wall having an opening therein. A bag made up of a first, stiff sheet and a second, flexible sheet having an exhaust slit therein as well as an inlet tube is supported within the housing with the first sheet lying against the wall and with the inlet tube extending t ...


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Robert B Fraser: Breathing gas analyzer. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, December 7, 1976: US03996010 (6 worldwide citation)

A breathing gas analyzer, especially for pulmonary use, has a frame supporting a centrally mounted radiation or analyzing chamber of about 1 and one-half to 25 millimeters (0.06 to 1.0 inches) substantially uniform inside diameter, having a circular-cylindrical transparent wall with closed ends conn ...


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Kitrilakis Sotiris: Spirometer. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, Lothrop & West, June 17, 1975: US3889660 (3 worldwide citation)

A spirometer has a cabinet-like frame adapted to receive a deformable bag having one wall disposed against an abutting frame surface. A primary plate is hinged at its top on the frame to rest by gravity against an opposite wall of the bag. A valved inlet opening into the bag admits air to enlarge th ...


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Fraser Robert B: Analyseur de gaz, Gas analyzer. Searle Cardio Pulmonary Systems, February 13, 1979: CA1048610

ABSTRACT A gas analyzer especially for pulmonary use hasa frame supporting a centrally mounted radiation chamberhaving a substantially uniform inside diameter of about 10to 30 millimeters, having a circular-cylindrical glass wallclosed by molybdenum protected aluminum ends connected inan electrical ...