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Robert Briend, Marie Helene Renaudin: Nitric oxide ventilation arrangement and method. L Air Liquide Societe Anonyme Pour L Etude et L Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude, Young & Thompson, July 29, 1997: US05651358 (50 worldwide citation)

The mouthpiece (2) of a respirator (1) is connected to a bottle (8) of a gaseous mixture containing nitric oxide by a line (10) comprising an electrovalve (18) controlled (17) by a signal representing a supply (7, 15, 12) of a flow of respiratory mixture by the respirator (1). The installation is co ...


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Robert Briend, Marie Helene Renaudin: Nitrogen monoxide composition for use as a drug. L Air Liquide Societe Anonyme pour L Etude et L Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, April 18, 2000: US06051241 (15 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method for the treatment or prevention of hypoperfusions of abdominal organs comprising administering a gaseous medication containing nitrogen monoxide and carbon dioxide to the patient. The gaseous medication is administered by the intra-abdominal route.


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Robert Briend, Jean Marie Willemot, Herve Muntlak: Apparatus and process for injection of a gas. La Compagnie Francaise de Produits Oxygenes, Young & Thompson, June 27, 1995: US05427104 (9 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and process for injection of a gas, preferably carbon dioxide, comprising a source of the gas connected to at least two conduits (C) each provided with a control valve (EV) and a control (Q) of the gaseous flow rate. All of the conduits (C) open into a single channel (B), provided with a t ...


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Robert Briend, Marie Helene Renaudin: Injectable NO/CO.sub.2 gaseous mixture. l Air Liquide Societe Anonyme Pour l Etude et l Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 23, 1997: US05670177 (9 worldwide citation)

A method for treating or preventing ischemia comprising administering to a patient by an intravascular route a gaseous mixture comprising nitric oxide (NO) and carbon dioxide (CO.sub.2), wherein the nitric oxide is present in an amount effective to treat or prevent ischemia.


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Jean Marie Willemot, Robert Briend: Process for the culture of anaerobics germs. L Air Liquide Societe Anonyme pour l Etude et l Exploitation des Procedes Georges Claude, Oliff & Berridge, June 15, 1993: US05219755 (6 worldwide citation)

The process comprises circulation in a vessel containing the germs during a time T.sub.1 a ternary gas mixture comprising about 5% carbon dioxide, between 3.5 and 5% hydrogen; the balance consisting of nitrogen, followed by sealingly closing the vessel containing this gas mixture, advantageously und ...


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Vincent Maherault, Robert Briend, Marc Leturmy: Device for storing articles in controlled atmosphere. L Air Liquide Société Anonyme l Etude et l Exploitation des Procédés Georges Claude, Elwood L Haynes, January 9, 2018: US09863655

The invention relates to a device for storing articles in a controlled atmosphere, comprising: at least one storage module capable of receiving the articles to be stored; a storage module provided with at least one shelf for positioning the articles, the storage module having a substantially paralle ...


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Guillaume Beaudouin, Robert Briend, Ulrich Butz, Philippe Campo, Frédéric Savreux, David Maret, Patrice Cognart: Equipment for injecting a gas into a cesspool. L Air Liquide Société Anonyme pour l Etude et l Exploitation des Procédés Georges Claude, Milton Roy Mixing, Allen E White, August 15, 2017: US09731988

The invention relates to floating equipment, for injection of a gas into liquid effluents or waste water, and more particularly of a gas rich in oxygen into a basin from the surface. The floating equipment has the following elements: a driving device, intended to be disposed over the liquid, provide ...


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Robert Briend, Jean Marie Willemot, Herve Muntlak: Device and method for injecting a gas. Air Liquide, March 5, 1993: FR2680690-A1

The invention relates to a device for injecting a gas, comprising a source of the said gas connected to at least two pipes (C) each fitted with a control valve (EV) and with a means (Q) for controlling the gas flowrate, each of the said pipes (C) feeding into a single pipeline (B) fitted with a thre ...


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Robert Briend, Marie Helene Renaudin: Installation and procedure to deliver a gas mixture into the airways of a customer.. Air Liquide, March 25, 1994: FR2695831-A1

The probe or end fitting (2) of a respirator (1) is connected to a bottle (8) of a gaseous mixture containing nitrogen monoxide by a line (10) comprising a solenoid valve (18) steered (17) by a signal representing a supply (7, 15, 12) of a flow of respiratory mixture by the respirator (1). The plant ...