Judy M Mohr, Richard W Baker, Lisa A Nakaji: Liquid reservoir transdermal patch for the administration of ketorolac. Pharmetrix Corporation, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, January 7, 1997: US05591767 (399 worldwide citation)

The invention is directed to a patch for the transdermal delivery of the racemic form or the active enantiomer of the analgesic ketorolac. The transdermal patch is capable of delivering therapeutically effective doses of the drug for a period of 12 hours or more. The patch is capable of delivering t ...

Richard W Baker, Roger L Funk: Self-calibrating single-use sensing device for clinical chemistry and method of use. SenTech Medical Corporation, Kinney & Lange, March 31, 1987: US04654127 (166 worldwide citation)

A single-use sensing device for a clinical chemistry analyzer system includes a carrier which supports a capillary passage. Species selective sensors are located within a test chamber portion of the capillary passage. A rotatable multichamber reservoir having a calibrant chamber for holding calibran ...

Richard W Baker: Periodontal disease treatment system. Pharmetrix Corporation, A J Castro, J Farrant, April 24, 1990: US04919939 (166 worldwide citation)

A controlled release drug delivery system for placement in the periodontal pocket, gingival sulcus, tooth socket, wound or other cavity within the mouth. The system incorporates drug-containing microparticles in a fluid carrier medium, and is effective in the environment of use for up to 30 days.

Richard W Baker, James W Brooke: Pharmaceutical delivery system. Burroughs Wellcome Co, Donald Brown, August 18, 1987: US04687660 (121 worldwide citation)

A composition for use in an aqueous environment which comprise a formulation containing a water-soluble pharmaceutically beneficial agent, a water-insoluble, water-permeable film coating surrounding the formulation, and particulate, water-soluble, pore-forming material dispersed within the film coat ...

Richard W Baker: Pacemaker programmer with telemetric functions. Medtronic, John L Rooney, Joseph F Breimayer, Reed A Duthler, October 29, 1985: US04550370 (120 worldwide citation)

A programmer for a pacemaker which has telemetric capabilities is disclosed. The programmer, in addition to being able to program the pacemaker through telemetric transmission of programming codes can receive digital and analog (including marker) information from the pacemaker for remote display and ...

Richard W Baker, Kelly L Smith, James W Brooke: Delivery system. Burroughs Wellcome Co, Donald Brown, September 6, 1988: US04769027 (113 worldwide citation)

Prills of pharmaceutically acceptable material are coated first with a water-permeable polymeric matrix containing a water-soluble pharmaceutically beneficial agent and then overcoated with a water-permeable film containing dispersed therein a water-soluble, particulate pore-forming material.

Jorge Heller, Richard W Baker: Bioerodible system for delivering drug manufactured from poly(carboxylic acid). Alza Corporation, Paul L Sabatine, Thomas E Ciotti, Edward L Mandell, February 10, 1981: US04249531 (110 worldwide citation)

A device for the controlled continuous administration of an active agent to an environment of use is disclosed. The device comprises a body of erodible agent release rate controlling material containing an agent dispersed therethrough; the rate controlling material is a hydrophobic poly(carboxylic a ...

Richard W Baker, Frank Kochinke, Carl Huang: Prolonged activity nicotine patch. Pharmetrix Corporation, A J Castro, J Farrant, July 24, 1990: US04943435 (107 worldwide citation)

A transdermal patch for delivering nicotine for prolonged periods of 12-24 hours. The patch includes a rate-controlling membrane or monolith to keep the nicotine flux within useful and safe limits. The patch is typically replaced once a day, and can be used for smoking cessation therapy or in other ...

Richard W Baker: Controlled release drug delivery system for the periodontal pocket. Pharmetrix, J Farrant, October 25, 1988: US04780320 (103 worldwide citation)

A controlled release drug delivery system for placement in the periodontal pocket. The system comprises a plurality of drug-containing microparticles or microcapsules, between 10 and 500 microns in size, suspended in a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier medium, and is capable of maintaining an effe ...

Anurag P Mairal, Alvin Ng, Richard W Baker, Ivy Huang, Jennifer Ly: Ethanol recovery process. Membrane Technology and Research, J Farrant, June 8, 2010: US07732173 (88 worldwide citation)

A process for producing and recovering light alcohols, particularly ethanol, alcohol mixtures containing ethanol, and ABE mixtures (alcohol mixtures containing acetone, butanol and ethanol), using a combination of steps including fermentation, first membrane separation, dephlegmation and dehydration ...

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