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Shari S Barnett, Patrick M Handke, Kristine K Sabo, Eugene N Scarberry: Respiratory mask facial seal. Respironics, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, July 15, 1997: US05647357 (253 worldwide citation)

An improved flexible respiratory mask facial seal, as well a respiratory mask incorporating such seal. The facial seal comprises an annular member including a peripheral sidewall bounded by an inner end and an outer end generally opposite the inner end. The inner end is adapted for attachment to the ...


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Ralph E Kopacko, Zachary D Paul, Shari S Barnett: Respiratory mask. Respironics, Michael W Haas, October 22, 2002: US06467483 (253 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask having a flexible, mask seal portion for engagement with the face of a user, a gel forehead cushion and a rotatable elbow coupling having integral exhaust ports. The mask seal portion has a thin section which permits the mask to more easily adapt to the contour of the face of the ...


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Shari S Barnett, Patrick M Handke, Kristine K Sabo, Eugene N Scarberry: Respiratory mask facial seal. Respironics, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, March 23, 1999: US05884624 (188 worldwide citation)

An improved flexible respiratory mask facial seal, as well a respiratory mask incorporating such seal. The facial seal comprises an annular member including a peripheral sidewall bounded by an inner end and an outer end generally opposite the inner end. The inner end is adapted for attachment to the ...


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Shari S Barnett, Joseph M Miceli Jr: Low contact nasal mask and system using same. Respironics, Michael W Haas, July 2, 2002: US06412488 (128 worldwide citation)

A low contact nasal mask assembly that includes a seal member defined from a unitary piece of elastomeric material. The seal member defines a nose receiving cavity and has a first end portion and a second end portion generally opposite the first end portion. A first open is defined in the first end ...


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Shari S Barnett, Joseph M Miceli Jr: Low contact nasal mask and system using same. Respironics, Michael W Haas, May 4, 2004: US06729333 (74 worldwide citation)

A low contact nasal mask assembly that includes a seal member defined from a unitary piece of elastomeric material. The seal member defines a nose receiving cavity and has a first end portion and a second end portion generally opposite the first end portion. A first open is defined in the first end ...


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Shari S Barnett, Joseph M Miceli, Peter Ho, Kristine K Sabo: Nasal mask and system using same. Respironics, Michael W Haas, November 25, 2003: US06651663 (67 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask assembly that includes a seal member defined from a unitary piece of elastomeric material. The seal member defines a nose receiving cavity and has a first end portion and a second end portion generally opposite the first end portion. A first opening in the first end portion allows at le ...


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Shari S Barnett, Joseph M Miceli, Peter Ho, Kristine K Sabo: Nasal mask and system using same. Respironics, Michael W Haas, November 1, 2005: US06959710 (44 worldwide citation)

The present invention discloses a nasal mask assembly that includes a seal member defined from a unitary piece of elastomeric material. The seal member defines a nose receiving cavity and has a first end portion and a second end portion generally opposite the first end portion. A first opening in th ...


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Ralph E Kopacko, Zachary D Paul, Shari S Barnett: Respiratory mask. Ric Investments, Michael W Haas, February 23, 2010: US07665464 (44 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask having a flexible, mask seal portion for engagement with the face of a user, a gel forehead cushion and a rotatable elbow coupling having integral exhaust ports. The mask seal portion has a thin section which permits the mask to more easily adapt to the contour of the face of the ...


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Shari S Barnett, Joseph M Miceli Jr, Peter Ho, Kristine K Sabo: Nasal mask and system using same. Respironics, Michael W Haas, April 27, 2010: US07703457 (33 worldwide citation)

A nasal mask assembly that includes a seal member defined from a unitary piece of elastomeric material. The seal member defines a nose receiving cavity and has a first end portion and a second end portion generally opposite the first end portion. A first opening in the first end portion allows at le ...


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Eugene N Scarberry, Eric W Starr, Shari S Barnett, Mark H Sanders, Robert R Rogers, Lance Busch: Intraoral apparatus for enhancing airway patency. RIC Investments, Richard J Coldren, Michael W Haas, February 12, 2008: US07328698 (32 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for selectively positioning intraoral anatomic features of a human patient to enhance upper airway stability for use alone or in combination with positive airway pressure as therapeutic treatment for obstructive sleep apnea and other conditions, such as snoring, which are symptomatic of ...