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Harald Genger, Martin Baecke, Hartmut Schneider: Anti-snoring device, method for reducing snoring, and a nasal air cannula. Seleon, Aliki K Collins, AKC Patents, July 25, 2006: US07080645 (92 worldwide citation)

The application relates to an anti-snoring device comprising a compressor and a nasal air cannula, the air compressed by the compressor being blown through the nasal air cannula into the nose of a sleeping person. The invention also relates to an optimized nasal air cannula for the anti-snoring devi ...


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Wolfgang Mayer, Harald Genger, Stefan Madaus, Andreas Klopp, Stefan Schatzl, Harald Vogele, Bernd Lang: Device for supplying respiratory gas. MAP Medizin Technologie, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, August 29, 2006: US07096864 (79 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for supplying a respiratory gas includes a blowing device for delivering the respiratory gas, a housing device having a bottom region, a top surface region and a side region extending upwardly between the top surface region and the cover region, as well as a connecting device for connec ...


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Harald Genger, Peter Drumm: Device for assessing the air pressure being applied in automatic ventilation through positive airway pressure. Map Medizintechnik fur Arzi und Patient & Co KG, George W Rauchfuss Jr, Ohlandt Greeley Ruggiero & Perle, September 30, 2003: US06626174 (22 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for assessing the applied air pressure during automatic respiration through positive airway pressure. The air pressure applied is varied by the device according to the invention so that at least three different pressure values can be adjusted. The corresponding resp ...


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Wolfgang Mayer, Harald Genger, Stefan Madaus, Andreas Klopp, Stefan Schatzl, Harald Vögele, Bernd Lang: Apparatus for humidifying a respiratory gas. ResMed R&D Germany, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, June 25, 2013: US08469025 (12 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an apparatus for supplying a respiratory gas, a humidifying apparatus, a respiratory gas tube and a connecting apparatus therefor. The apparatus of the invention includes a blowing device for delivering the respiratory gas, a housing device which has a bottom region, a top sur ...


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Harald Genger, Claus Negele: Device for detecting electrical potentials in the forehead-area of a patient. Map Medizin Technologie, Herbert Dubno, May 30, 2006: US07054680 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device for detecting electrical potentials on a patient. The device comprises an electrode device that is applied in the area of the forehead, this electrode device being located on a forehead support element (6) which is connected to a breathing mask (1). The electrode de ...


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Harald Genger, Claus Negele: Device for detecting electrical potentials of the forehead region of a patent. MAP Medizin Technologie, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, December 7, 2010: US07848794 (4 worldwide citation)

A device for detecting electrical potentials in the forehead area of a patient has a transverse member adapted to rest against the forehead of the patient, a vertical member extending crosswise to the transverse member and a mask on the vertical member. Electrodes are provided on the transverse memb ...


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Wolfgang Mayer, Harald Genger, Stefan Madaus, Adreas Klopp, Stefan Schatzl, Harald Vogele, Bernd Lang: Apparatus for humidifying a respiratory gas. MAP Medizin Technologie, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, May 10, 2011: US07938112 (3 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for humidifying a respiratory gas includes a liquid storage space for storage of a liquid, a humidifying region for loading the respiratory gas with the liquid by the respiratory gas coming into contact in the humidifying region with the liquid, a respiratory gas supply device for supplyin ...


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Harald Genger, Heide Walther: Applicators for a nasal cannula. TNI MEDICAL, McGlew and Tuttle P C, July 14, 2015: US09078989 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an applicator for a nasal cannula, comprising a body (11) enclosing a hollow space (22). The applicator further comprises tube connections (20, 21) for supplying a respirable gas into the hollow space (22). The applicator further comprises prongs (18, 19) for administering t ...


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Stephan Gabriel, Ellis Whitehead, Harald Genger: Method for controlling a bi-level apparatus, and bi-level apparatus. King & Schickli PLLC, March 26, 2013: US08402969 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method for controlling a bi-level apparatus. The method includes repeatedly measuring an airflow, choosing an expiration threshold value and choosing an inspiration threshold value. Switching to an inspiration mode takes place if the airflow is greater than the expiration ...


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Wolfgang Mayer, Harald Genger, Stefan Rolf Madaus, Andreas Klopp, Stefan Thomas Schätzl, Harald Wolfgang Vögele, Bernd Christoph Lang: Apparatus for humidifying a respiratory gas. ResMed R&D Germany, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, August 21, 2018: US10052450

A humidifier assembly for a CPAP includes a base housing with a gas inlet configured to receive respiratory gas from the CPAP unit. The base housing includes a first connecting device located at a sidewall of the base housing and configured to directly, removably connect the base housing to the CPAP ...