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Alex Stenzler: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, Lyon & Lyon, August 13, 2002: US06432077 (52 worldwide citation)

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas, a bathing unit, a flow control valve, and a vacuum unit. The bathing unit is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-tight seal with the ski ...


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Alex Stenzler: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, September 21, 2004: US06793644 (41 worldwide citation)

A method of treating infected tissue with topical nitric oxide exposure includes the steps of providing a source of nitric oxide containing gas and delivering the nitric oxide containing gas to a skin surface containing infected tissue so as to bathe the infected tissue with nitric oxide.


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Alex Stenzler: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, Arent Fox, February 22, 2011: US07892198 (10 worldwide citation)

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas, a bathing unit, a flow control valve, and a vacuum unit. The bathing unit is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-tight seal with the ski ...


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Stenzler Alex: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, TIU Samuel N, July 4, 2002: WO/2002/051353 (1 worldwide citation)

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas (8), a bathing unit (6), a flow control valve (22), and a vacuum unit (10). The bathing unit (6) is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-t ...


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Stenzler Alex: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics, September 24, 2003: EP1345558-A2

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas, a bathing unit, a flow control valve, and a vacuum unit. The bathing unit is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-tight seal with the ski ...


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Stenzler Alex: Dispositif et procede de traitement dinfections de surface au moyen doxyde nitrique, Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, Sensormedics Corporation, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt, February 1, 2011: CA2433271

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas (8), a bathing unit (6), a flow control valve (22), and a vacuum unit (10). The bathing unit (6) is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-t ...


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Alex Stenzler: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. SensorMedics Corporation, Lyon & Lyon, June 27, 2002: US20020082566-A1

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas, a bathing unit, a flow control valve, and a vacuum unit. The bathing unit is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-tight seal with the ski ...


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Alex Stenzler: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. SensorMedics Corporation, Lyon & Lyon, October 24, 2002: US20020156416-A1

A method of treating infected tissue with topical nitric oxide exposure includes the steps of providing a source of nitric oxide containing gas and delivering the nitric oxide containing gas to a skin surface containing infected tissue so as to bathe the infected tissue with nitric oxide.


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Alex Stenzler: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, June 23, 2005: US20050137521-A1

A device for the topical delivery of nitric oxide gas to an infected area of skin includes a source of nitric oxide gas, a bathing unit, a flow control valve, and a vacuum unit. The bathing unit is adapted to surround the area of the infected skin and form a substantially air-tight seal with the ski ...


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Alex STENZLER, Christopher C MILLER: Device and method for treatment of surface infections with nitric oxide. Sensormedics Corporation, Pulmonox Technologies Corporation, May 12, 2011: US20110112468-A1

Topical exposure of nitric oxide gas to wounds such as chronic non-healing wounds may be beneficial in promoting healing of the wound and in preparing the wound bed for further treatment and recovery. Nitric oxide gas may be used, for example, to reduce the microbial infection and burden on these wo ...