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Russell George K: Patient ventilator apparatus. Sandoz, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, Jewell Walter F, November 4, 1975: US3916889 (146 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a patient ventilator apparatus having a pneumatic control system operable in three different modes wherein the apparatus assists the breathing of the patient, controls the patient's breathing in a timed manner, or operates in a combination assist/control mode according to certain ...


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Hughes Philip A: Automatically calibrated respiratory ventilation monitor. Sandoz, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, Jewell Walter F, September 9, 1975: US3903875 (50 worldwide citation)

A respiratory ventilation monitor having a flow sensing transducer including a thermistor connected in a bridge circuit for providing a signal indicative of air flow across the thermistor. The output of the bridge circuit is connected to a differential amplifier for controlling a current source to m ...


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Houlihan William J, Nadelson Jeffrey: Acyl substituted dibenzylethers. Sandoz, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, November 11, 1975: US3919323 (48 worldwide citation)

Acyl substituted dibenzyl ethers, e.g., p-(benzyloxy-methyl) pivalophenone are prepared by reacting a corresponding .alpha.-bromo-p-pivaloyl toluene with a corresponding benzylalcohol and are useful as hypolipidemic agents.


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King William R: Tracheotomy mask. Sandoz Wander, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, Jewell Walter F, July 23, 1974: US3824999 (47 worldwide citation)

A tracheotomy mask having a tubing adapter with a ball joint socket, for improved rotatability of the adapter with respect to the mask.


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Banker Gilbert S: Coating apparatus. Purdue Research Foundation, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, Jewell Walter F, July 29, 1975: US3896762 (28 worldwide citation)

A rotary immersion coating apparatus for pharmaceutical solid dosage forms in which the dosage forms are held about the circumference of the apparatus by individually orbiting and rotating vacuum tubes, such that as the apparatus rotates to pass the dosage form through a coating bath, the rotating v ...


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Schmutz Jean, Hunziker Fritz: Basically substituted heterocycles as anti-emetics. Wander Dr A, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, McGovern Thomas O, September 23, 1975: US3908010 (20 worldwide citation)

Certain 11-basically substituted dibenzo?b,f!-?1,4!thiazepines and dibenzo?b,e! ?1,4!diazepines are useful as anti-emetics.


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Simpson William R: Method for treating arrhythmia by using 1,4-bis(4 quinazolinyl) piperazines. Sandoz Wander, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, McGovern Thomas O, May 20, 1975: US3885035 (19 worldwide citation)

Certain bis(4-quinazolinyl) piperazines, e.g., 1,4-bis(6,7-dimethoxy-4-quinazolinyl)piperazine, are useful as anti-arrhythmic agents.


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Bastian Jean Michel, Hasspacher Klaus: Bis-P-hydroxy-phenethyl amines. Sandoz, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, McGovern Thomas O, April 1, 1975: US3875233 (17 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns novel compounds of the formula: ##SPC1##Wherein R.sub.1 is hydroxyl, hydroxymethyl or--NH--SO.sub.2 --R.sub.3,wherein R.sub.3 is alkyl of 1 to 4 carbon atoms;R.sub.2 is hydroxymethyl when R.sub.1 is hydroxyl; or hydroxyl when R.sub.1 is other than hydroxyl; andA isI. when R.su ...


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Houlihan William J, Nadelson Jeffrey: Spiro tricyclic isoindolines. Sandoz Wander, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, April 8, 1975: US3876659 (12 worldwide citation)

Spiro tricyclic N-alkyl isoindolines, e.g., 2-methylspiro [isoindoline-1,9'-xanthene], are prepared by treating a corresponding isoindolinone with mild reducing agent. The compounds are useful as analgesics.


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Rebane Arnold: Storable high protein chocolate snacks. Sandoz, Sharkin Gerald D, Honor Robert S, McGovern Thomas O, August 26, 1975: US3901977 (11 worldwide citation)

High protein chocolate snacks which retain their flavor and texture during storage are prepared by adding calcium caseinate, sodium caseinate and peanut butter to a uniform mixture of milk chocolate, dark chocolate and cocoa butter at a temperature between 80.degree. and 100.degree.F.