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Noam Gavriely: Phonopneumograph system. Karmel Medical Acoustic Technologies, Fenster & Company Patent Attorneys, January 2, 2001: US06168568 (371 worldwide citation)

A phonopneumograph system for analyzing breath sounds includes a plurality of breath related sensors placed around the respiratory system of a patient for measuring breath related activity and a breath analyzer. The breath analyzer matches the breath sound data produced by the breath related sensors ...


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Timothy J Prachar, Douglas E DeVries, Michael W Walter, Howard V Block: Breath analyzer for use in automobile ignition locking systems. Consumer Safety Technology, Henderson & Sturm, June 20, 1995: US05426415 (62 worldwide citation)

An improved breath analyzing apparatus for use in an automobile ignition locking system. A breath sample tube receives a breath sample from a user. The breath sample tube is divided into a high pressure section and a low pressure section by an air flow restrictor. A pressure sensor is connected to t ...


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Per Gisle Djupesland: Nasal devices. OptiNose, Proskauer Rose, Kristin H Neuman Esq, Issac A Hubner, June 9, 2009: US07543581 (51 worldwide citation)

A nasal delivery device for and a method of delivering at least one substance to a nasal cavity of a subject. The nasal delivery device and method includes a delivery unit comprising: a nosepiece for fitting to a nostril of a subject; a mouthpiece through which the subject in use exhales; a breath a ...


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Paul E Cranley, James D Tate, Ted E Miller, Alan D Strickland, Charles J McDonald, Michael J Bartels, Alan K Schrock, Scott P Crane: Personal computer breath analyzer for health-related behavior modification and method. Dow Global Technologies, August 19, 2003: US06609068 (47 worldwide citation)

A medical breath component analyzer which maintains a data-base profile of a patient over time. The apparatus may be used chronically by a patient so that a baseline status for that patient may be determined. Acute variations from the baseline are identified as clinically significant. The acquired d ...


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Larry J Mobley, Brian McMillin, James R Lewis: Vehicle ignition interlock systems having transdermal alcohol sensor. Monitech, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, November 27, 2007: US07299890 (42 worldwide citation)

A vehicle ignition interlock system includes a breath analyzer, a transdermal alcohol sensor configured to be worn by the vehicle operator, and a controller operably connected to the breath analyzer, to the transdermal alcohol sensor, and to an ignition system of the vehicle. The transdermal alcohol ...


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Burroughs James E, Hoppesch Joseph P: Alcoholic breath simulator. Borg Warner Corporation, Tracy James E, December 17, 1974: US3854319 (40 worldwide citation)

A breath sample, having a fixed known alcohol content, is useful for calibrating or checking the performance of an alcoholic breath analyzer. Such a standard alcoholic breath sample may be simulated by blowing non-alccoholic breath through an elongated enclosure maintained at a given temperature and ...


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Karl P W Wolf: Breath alcohol device. Alcotek, Polster Lieder Woodruff & Lucchesi, March 8, 1994: US05291898 (37 worldwide citation)

A hand held breath analyzer is energized when a mouthpiece tube is put into position. An ejector mechanism expels the mouthpiece, which de-energizes the system. The insertion of the mouthpiece not only cocks the ejector mechanism but closes a cover on an exhaust manifold of a breath sample passage. ...


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James D Talton: Methods of collecting and analyzing human breath. Nanotherapeutics, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, December 26, 2006: US07153272 (29 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods of collecting and detecting compounds in a human breath sample, comprising: exhaling into a handheld sample collector to absorb at least one breath compound in an exhaled breath collector of said collector; connecting the handheld sample collector to a breath a ...


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Jack D Fritzlen, Fred M Thul, Douglas R Vogel: Infrared breath analyzer. CMI Incorporated, Sheridan Ross Fields & McIntosh, May 19, 1981: US04268751 (21 worldwide citation)

A breath analyzer is provided to test for the presence of an unknown infrared energy absorbing compound in a breath sample collected from an individual. Infrared energy of at least two wavelengths is passed through the collected sample. The first wavelength of infrared energy, 3.48 microns for examp ...


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Larry J Mobley, Brian McMillin, Jimmy H Edwards, James R Lewis: Vehicle ignition interlock systems with multiple alcohol sensors. Monitech, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, October 30, 2007: US07287617 (18 worldwide citation)

A vehicle ignition interlock system includes a breath analyzer and a controller operably connected to the breath analyzer and to an ignition system of the vehicle. The breath analyzer detects breath alcohol level of a vehicle operator and prevents vehicle ignition if a breath alcohol level is greate ...