Arthur J Tipton, Richard J Holl: High viscosity liquid controlled delivery system. Southern Biosystems, Roy D Meredith Esq, Kilpatrick Stockton, May 5, 1998: US05747058 (206 worldwide citation)

A composition for the controlled release of substances is provided that includes: (i) a non-polymeric, non-water soluble liquid carrier material (HVLCM) of viscosity of at least 5,000 cP at 37.degree. C. that does not crystallize neat under ambient or physiological conditions; and (ii) a substance t ...

Tarlochan S Purewal, David J Greenleaf: Medicinal aerosol formulations. Riker Laboratories, Gary L Griswold, Walter N Kirn, Douglas E Reedich, July 6, 1993: US05225183 (177 worldwide citation)

A self-propelling aerosol formulation which may be free from CFC's which comprises a medicament, 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane, a surface active agent and at least one compound having a higher polarity than 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane.

Charles A Chidsey III: 6-Amino-4-(substituted amino)-1,2-dihydro-1-hydroxy-2-iminopyrimidine, topical compositions and process for hair growth. The Upjohn Company, John J Killinger, Roman Saliwanchik, February 13, 1979: US04139619 (160 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for stimulating the growth of mammalian hair comprising the application to mammalian skin of a compound of the formula: ##STR1## wherein R.sub.1 is a moiety selected from the group consisting of moieties of the formula ##STR2## wherein R.sub.3 and R.sub.4 are sele ...

David A Edwards, Giovanni Caponetti, Jeffrey S Hrkach, Noah Lotan, Justin Hanes, Abdell Aziz Ben Jebria, Robert S Langer: Aerodynamically light particles for pulmonary drug delivery. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Penn State Research Foundation, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds P C, October 24, 2000: US06136295 (154 worldwide citation)

Improved aerodynamically light particles for drug delivery to the pulmonary system, and methods for their synthesis and administration are provided. In a preferred embodiment, the aerodynamically light particles are made of a biodegradable material and have a tap density less than 0.4 g/cm.sup.3 and ...

Donald Spector: Aroma-generating lamp structure. Michael Ebert, August 24, 1982: US04346059 (140 worldwide citation)

An aroma-generating lamp structure including an electric bulb mounted on a base and enclosed by a shell which is at least partially translucent, whereby the shell functions as a light shade, the shell being spring-mounted on the base and therefore being depressible. Socketed on the base is a bottle ...

Hans K Biesalski: Vitamin A aerosol-inhalate preparations. Hermes Fabrik Pharmazeutischer Preparate Franz Gradinger & Co KG, Townsend and Townsend, May 12, 1992: US05112598 (136 worldwide citation)

A pharmaceutical preparation consisting of retinoic acid and/or an ester of etinoic acid and/or an ester of retinol as active substances, which are present in the preparation form of an aerosol, is advantageously suitable for topical treatment of mucosal diseases in man and animal.

Bruce J Roser, Jaap Kampinga, Camilo Colaco, Julian Blair: Solid dose delivery vehicle and methods of making same. Quadrant Drug Delivery, Saliwanchik Lloyd & Saliwanchik, June 6, 2006: US07056495 (132 worldwide citation)

The present invention encompasses a solid dose delivery vehicle for ballistic administration of a bioactive material to subcutaneous and intradermal tissue, the delivery vehicle being sized and shaped for penetrating the epidermis. The delivery vehicle further comprises a stabilizing polyol glass lo ...

Keith A Johnson: Aerosol drug formulations. Glaxo, Charles T Joyner, June 30, 1992: US05126123 (115 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to aerosol inhalation drug formulations comprising one or more drugs and one or more soluble surfactants in propellant 134a.

Gianangelo Bargigia, Gerardo Caporiccio, Giuliano Carniselli: Aerosol propellant compositions. Montedison S p A, Morgan Finnegan Pine Foley & Lee, November 13, 1979: US04174295 (113 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns new propellant compositions for aerosols. More particularly, the present invention relates to propellant compositions for aerosols, characterized in that said compositions consist of a mixture of a chlorofluorocarbon or fluorocarbon (A) containing hydrogen and selected ...

Ronald A McDow: Method for using cryogenic agents for treating skin lesions. Parmelee Bollinger & Bramblett, May 14, 1996: US05516505 (108 worldwide citation)

A method for cryogenically treating skin lesions employing a device for applying cryogenic refrigerant in a liquid pool contacting the area of the skin lesion at a temperature and for a time such that permanent, irreversible rupture of the cellular membrane of the skin cells occurs, wherein the devi ...