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Alex Stenzler: Method and apparatus for delivery of inhaled nitric oxide to spontaneous-breathing and mechanically-ventilated patients. Sensormedics Corporation, Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, June 24, 2003: US06581599 (63 worldwide citation)

A device and method is disclosed for delivering NO to a patient. The device utilizes a single controller that controls two separate flow controllers to deliver an oxygen-containing gas and a NO-containing gas to the patient. The flow profiles of the oxygen-containing gas and the NO-containing gas ar ...


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Alex Stenzler, Christopher C Miller, Bevin McMullin: Method and apparatus for delivery of inhaled nitric oxide to spontaneous-breathing and mechanically-ventilated patients with intermittent dosing. Cardinal Health 207, Pulmonox Technologies Corporation, Sidley Austin, April 14, 2009: US07516742 (20 worldwide citation)

A device and method is disclosed for delivering NO to a patient. The device utilizes a single controller that controls two separate flow controllers to deliver an oxygen-containing gas and a NO-containing gas to the patient to provide NO-containing gas at a flow profile that is proportional or quasi ...


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Alex Stenzler: Method and apparatus for delivery of inhaled nitric oxide to spontaneous-breathing and mechanically-ventilated patients. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, April 14, 2005: US20050076907-A1

A device and method is disclosed for delivering NO to a patient. The device utilizes a single controller that controls two separate flow controllers to deliver an oxygen-containing gas and a NO-containing gas to the patient. The flow profiles of the oxygen-containing gas and the NO-containing gas ar ...


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Alex Stenzler: Method and apparatus for delivery of inhaled nitric oxide to spontaneous-breathing and mechanically-ventilated patients. Lyon & Lyon, July 17, 2003: US20030131848-A1

A device-and method is disclosed for delivering NO to a patient. The device utilizes a single controller that controls two separate flow controllers to deliver an oxygen-containing gas and a NO-containing gas to the patient. The flow profiles of the oxygen-containing gas and the NO-containing gas ar ...


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Alex Stenzler, Christopher C Miller, Bevin McMullin: Method and apparatus for delivery of inhaled nitric oxide to spontaneous-breathing and mechanically-ventilated patients with intermittent dosing. Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, September 21, 2006: US20060207594-A1

A device and method is disclosed for delivering NO to a patient. The device utilizes a single controller that controls two separate flow controllers to deliver an oxygen-containing gas and a NO-containing gas to the patient to provide NO-containing gas at a flow profile that is proportional or quasi ...