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Lutz Freitag, Gregory Kapust, Anthony Wondka: Systems, methods and apparatus for respiratory support of a patient. Breathe Technologies, Michele V Frank, Patton Boggs, May 19, 2009: US07533670 (61 worldwide citation)

Spontaneous respiration is detected by sensors. An additional amount of oxygen is administered to the lungs via a jet gas current at the end of an inhalation procedure. Breathing volume, absorption of oxygen during inhalation, and clearance of carbon dioxide during exhalation are improved. If requir ...


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Lutz Freitag, Anthony Wondka, Gregory Kapust, Robert Bryan, Michael Khenansho, Anthony Gerber: Methods and devices for minimally invasive respiratory support. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, February 26, 2013: US08381729 (5 worldwide citation)

Modes, methods, systems and devices are described for providing assisted ventilation to a patient, including wearable ventilation systems with integral gas supplies, special gas supply features, ventilation catheters and access devices, and breath sensing techniques.


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Todd Allum, Joey Aguirre, Joseph Cipollone, Darius Eghbal, Gregory Kapust, Anthony D Wondka: Methods, systems and devices for non-invasive ventilation including a non-sealing ventilation interface with an entrainment port and/or pressure feature. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, September 15, 2015: US09132250 (4 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods may include a gas source, a gas delivery circuit, and a nasal interface allowing breathing ambient air through the nasal interface. A gas flow path through the nasal interface may have a distal gas flow path opening. A nozzle may be associated with a proximal end of the nasal int ...


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Lutz Freitag, Gregory Kapust: Systems, methods and apparatus for respiratory support of a patient. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, April 16, 2013: US08418694 (1 worldwide citation)

Spontaneous respiration is detected by sensors. An additional amount of oxygen is administered to the lungs via a jet gas current at the end of an inhalation procedure. Breathing volume, absorption of oxygen during inhalation, and clearance of carbon dioxide during exhalation are improved. If requir ...


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Lutz Freitag, Gregory Kapust, Anthony D Wondka: Systems, methods and apparatus for respiratory support of a patient. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, January 21, 2014: US08631797 (1 worldwide citation)

Spontaneous respiration is detected by sensors. An additional amount of oxygen is administered to the lungs via a jet gas current at the end of an inhalation procedure. Breathing volume, absorption of oxygen during inhalation, and clearance of carbon dioxide during exhalation are improved. If requir ...


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Anthony Wondka, Gregory Kapust, Robert Bryan, Michael Khenansho: Methods and devices for sensing respiration and providing ventilation therapy. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, August 28, 2018: US10058668

Methods and systems are provided for intra-airway breath sensors where intra-airway breath sensors are not located within a ventilation gas delivery circuit, but are exposed to spontaneous respiration airflow from a patient. Furthermore, methods and systems of the present invention may be used to pr ...


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Gregory Kapust, Joseph Cipollone, Anthony D Wondka, Anthony Gerber, Todd Allum, Darius Eghbal, Joey Aguirre, George A Kassanis: Methods, systems and devices for non-invasive open ventilation for providing ventilation support. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred and Brucker, Mark B Garred, August 14, 2018: US10046133

A system for providing ventilation support to a patient may include a ventilator, a control unit, a gas delivery circuit with a proximal end in fluid communication with the ventilator and a distal end in fluid communication with a nasal interface, and a nasal interface. The nasal interface may inclu ...


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Joseph Cipollone, Gregory Kapust, Todd Allum, Anthony D Wondka, Darius Eghbal, Joey Aguirre, Anthony Gerber: Methods, systems and devices for non-invasive open ventilation with gas delivery nozzles in free space. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred and Brucker, Mark B Garred, June 13, 2017: US09675774

A non-invasive ventilation system may include an interface. The interface may include at least one gas delivery jet nozzle adapted to be positioned in free space and aligned to directly deliver ventilation gas into an entrance of a nose. The at least one gas delivery jet nozzle may be connected to a ...


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Gregory Kapust, Todd Allum, Anthony D Wondka, Joseph Cipollone, Joey Aguirre, Darius Eghbal, Anthony Gerber, Lutz Freitag: Methods, systems and devices for non-invasive open ventilation with gas delivery nozzles within an outer tube. Breathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, November 10, 2015: US09180270

A non-invasive ventilation system may include at least one outer tube with a proximal lateral end of the outer tube adapted to extend to a side of a nose. The at least one outer tube may also include a throat section. At least one coupler may be located at a distal section of the outer tube for impi ...


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Gregory Kapust, Todd Allum, Anthony D Wondka, Joseph Cipollone, Anthony Gerber, Darius Eghbal, Joey Aguirre, George A Kassanis: Methods, systems and devices for non-invasive open ventilation for treating airway obstructions. Beathe Technologies, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, January 5, 2016: US09227034

A system for reducing airway obstructions of a patient may include a ventilator, a control unit, a gas delivery circuit with a proximal end in fluid communication with the ventilator and a distal end in fluid communication with a nasal interface, and a nasal interface. The nasal interface may includ ...