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Ronald L Cotner, Thomas E Asacker: Nasal air mask. SleepNet Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, February 1, 2000: US06019101 (182 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a novel improved nasal mask useful for patients suffering from respiratory ailments such as sleep apnea syndrome. The mask includes a shell having a contoured portion circumscribing the nasal area and side wings through which a retention strap passes. A seal is disposed between the shel ...


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Ronald L Cotner, Gerald J Parise, Thomas E Asacker, Bijan Sadrnoori, Robert A Muller: Device and method for the treatment of sleep apnea syndrome. SleepNet, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, July 8, 1997: US05645054 (145 worldwide citation)

The present invention comprises a method and apparatus for the treatment of sleep apnea through the application of real-time, interactive positive airway pressure within the airway of a patient attached to the system. A single sensor is arranged in fluid communication with the airway of the air deli ...


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Ronald L Cotner, Paul K Blauchette: Multi-chambered sequentially pressurized air mattress with four layers. Innovative Medical Systems, Don Halgren, September 14, 1993: US05243723 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention comprises an inflatable air mattress made up of four similar layers of pressurizable cells. The upper two layers are sequentially pressurizable with air pressure from a pressure generator. The lower two layers are under a constant pressure from the pressure generator. Each laye ...


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Patrick L Cotner, Ronald L Cotner: Jack Handle and method of manufacturing and using same. Davis & Bujold P L L C, May 29, 2001: US06237894 (7 worldwide citation)

A jack handle comprising an elongate cylindrical shaft having a first end and an opposed second end. The first end of the shaft supports a drive adaptor which is shaped to engage with a drive head of an electric, a pneumatic, a ratchet or an impact drive drill. The second end of the shaft has a bent ...


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Ronald L Cotner, Steven Louis Lantagne: Davis & Bujold PLLC, Michael J Bujold, January 13, 2015: US08932200 (1 worldwide citation)

A device for treating urinary incontinence. The device comprising a body having a passage, for accommodating a urethra of a patient, extending from an inlet to an outlet of the device. The passage being configured so as to normally induce a flow obstruction in the urethra, following surgical implant ...


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Ronald L Cotner: Device for preventing overexpansion of bodily organ. Davis & Bujold PLLC, Michael J Bujold, November 7, 2017: US09808329

A device for wrapping around a bodily organ and preventing overexpansion thereof. The device comprises inner and outer surfaces with a pliant material located therebetween. The inner surface defines a passage and accommodates and reinforces a bodily organ. The bodily organ, following surgical implan ...


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Ronald L COTNER, Steven Louis LANTAGNE: May 24, 2012: US20120130157-A1

A device for treating urinary incontinence. The device comprising a body having a passage, for accommodating a urethra of a patient, extending from an inlet to an outlet of the device. The passage being configured so as to normally induce a flow obstruction in the urethra, following surgical implant ...