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Robert F Eisele, Allan Cameron, David Titzler, Leonard Porche: Dry powder inhaler delivery system. Dura Pharmaceuticals, Lyon & Lyon, April 22, 1997: US05622166 (132 worldwide citation)

A powder storage and delivery system for a drug powder inhaler has a carrier disk with a blister shell sealed by a shear layer. A tab is adhered to the shear layer, underneath the blister shell. The carrier disk is placed into a dry powder inhaler. An actuator pushes against the tab, causing the she ...


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Thomas R Jackson, Karen Davies, Jeff Chen, Mike Ligotke, Allan Cameron: Dry powder inhaler. Dura Pharmaceuticals, Lyon & Lyon, September 12, 2000: US06116238 (100 worldwide citation)

A dry powder inhaler has a slider for incrementally advancing a blister disk, to provide successive doses of a dry powder pharmaceutical. A blister disk is rotatably supported on a spindle on a deck plate of the inhaler. A powder port, an advancing slot, and a lifter slot extend through the deck pla ...


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Robert F Eisele, Allan Cameron, David Titzler, Leonard Porche: Dry powder inhaler delivery system. Dura Pharmaceuticals, Lyon & Lyon, February 29, 2000: US06029663 (99 worldwide citation)

A powder storage and delivery system for a drug powder inhaler has a carrier disk with a blister shell sealed by a shear layer. A tab is adhered to the shear layer, underneath the blister shell. The carrier disk is placed into a dry powder inhaler. An actuator pushes against the tab, causing the she ...


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Allan Cameron, Mary Violet Stockdale, Robert Marc Clement, Neville Richard Ledger, Christopher Edward Jeffree: Method of laser marking a body of material having a thermal conductivity approximately equal to that of glass. United Distillers, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, June 16, 1998: US05767483 (63 worldwide citation)

A method of providing a body of material (14), having a thermal conductivity approximately equal to that of glass, with a sub-surface mark. A beam of laser radiation (12) to which the material (14) is substantially opaque is directed to surface of the body, so as to cause beam energy to be aborbed a ...


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Jeffrey Kepler, Michael E Mort, Richard A Seman Jr, Mark DiMatteo, Christopher J McCracken, James S Vreeland, Steven B Radney, Michael Bobeck, Allan Cameron, David P Chastain, Patrick F McDermott, William J Palm, Roy A Thompson: Modular pressure support system. RIC Investments, Michael W Haas, March 16, 2010: US07677246 (47 worldwide citation)

A pressure support system that comprises a patient circuit, a docking assembly, and a tank. The patient circuit delivers a pressurized flow of breathable gas to a patient. The docking assembly has an inlet and an outlet that is adapted to receive the pressurized flow of breathable gas, and is also a ...


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William D Splain, Robert D Peota, Alexandre Hennen, Allan Cameron, Mark T Ryan, David L Pruitt Jr: Seat assembly for a shopping cart. Target Brands, Faegre & Benson, August 5, 2008: US07407169 (26 worldwide citation)

A seat assembly for a shopping cart includes a gate pivotally mounted to a rear portion of the shopping cart and a seat member made from a plastic material. The seat member is mounted to the gate of the shopping cart via a pivot mechanism to extend in a position to support a child within the shoppin ...


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William D Splain, Robert D Peota, Alexandre Hennen, Allan Cameron, Mark T Ryan, David L Pruitt Jr: Shopping cart basket. Target Brands, Faegre & Benson, July 15, 2008: US07398976 (19 worldwide citation)

A basket for a shopping cart comprising a single unitary member molded from a plastic material. The basket includes a frame including a plurality of generally vertical upright frame members spaced apart from each other, with each frame member including a generally smooth outer surface without holes. ...


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William D Splain, Robert D Peota, Alexandre Hennen, Allan Cameron: Handbasket. Target Brands, Griffiths & Seaton PLLC, August 24, 2010: US07780036 (19 worldwide citation)

A handbasket includes a container and a handle. The container includes an upper rim, a pair of opposed side panels, and a pair of opposed end panels, with each side panel including a generally concave exterior surface. The handle extends between, and is pivotally mounted relative to, the respective ...


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Allan Cameron: Safety shield window insert. Graham & James, November 5, 1996: US05570542 (19 worldwide citation)

A safety device for an automobile such as a car or a van, the safety device being a window insert designed to fit within the standard frame of a window and be retained within the frame by the upper edge of the window fitting within a groove configured on the lower edge of the window insert. The wind ...


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William D Splain, Robert D Peota, Alexandre Hennen, Allan Cameron, Mark T Ryan, David L Pruitt Jr: Shopping cart base. Target Brands, Faegre & Benson, August 26, 2008: US07416194 (18 worldwide citation)

A shopping cart includes a base, a pair of masts, and a basket. The base extends generally horizontally between a front portion and a rear portion of the cart and including a plurality of wheels. The pair of masts extends generally vertically upward from the base in a generally singular plane extend ...