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Eugene N Scarberry, Eric W Starr, Mark H Sanders, Robert R Rogers, Shari Barnett, Lance Busch: Intraoral apparatus for enhancing airway patency. Respironics, Michael W Haas, April 12, 2005: US06877513 (64 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 ...


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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 ...


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Eugene N Scarberry, Eric W Starr, Shari Barnett, Mark H Sanders, Robert R Rogers, Lance Busch: Intraoral apparatus for enhancing airway patency. Respironics, Michael W Haas, December 6, 2001: US20010047805-A1

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 ...


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Eugene N Scarberry, Eric W Starr, Mark H Sanders, Robert R Rogers, Shari S Barnett, Lance Busch: Intraoral apparatus for enhancing airway patency. Respironics, Michael W Haas Intellectual Property Counsel, Respironics, April 21, 2005: US20050081859-A1

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 ...


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Scarberry Eugene N, Starr Eric W, Barnett Shari, Sanders Mark H, Rogers Robert R, Busch Lance: Intraoral apparatus for enhancing airway patency. Respironics, GASTINEAU Cheryl L, July 26, 2001: WO/2001/052928

An apparatus (10) 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 of obstructive sleep apnea and other conditions, such as snoring, which are symptomati ...