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Philip R Kwok, Michael K Gunaratnam, Perry D Lithgow, Jonathan P Harrison, Jonathan L Liston, Robert S Matchett, Robert E Styles: Forehead support for facial mask. ResMed, Pillsbury Winthrop, March 18, 2003: US06532961 (256 worldwide citation)

A forehead support is adapted to be secured to a respiratory mask. The forehead support includes a joining member for securing to the mask and a cushion frame pivotally mounted to the joining member. The cushion frame is adapted to located one or more forehead cushions. The cushion frame is also sel ...


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Shari S Barnett, Patrick M Handke, Kristine K Sabo, Eugene N Scarberry: Respiratory mask facial seal. Respironics, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, July 15, 1997: US05647357 (253 worldwide citation)

An improved flexible respiratory mask facial seal, as well a respiratory mask incorporating such seal. The facial seal comprises an annular member including a peripheral sidewall bounded by an inner end and an outer end generally opposite the inner end. The inner end is adapted for attachment to the ...


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Ralph E Kopacko, Zachary D Paul, Shari S Barnett: Respiratory mask. Respironics, Michael W Haas, October 22, 2002: US06467483 (253 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask having a flexible, mask seal portion for engagement with the face of a user, a gel forehead cushion and a rotatable elbow coupling having integral exhaust ports. The mask seal portion has a thin section which permits the mask to more easily adapt to the contour of the face of the ...


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Gerald E McGinnis: Respiratory mask. Carothers & Carothers, March 13, 1990: US04907584 (236 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask having a flexible seal that encompasses a space which is formed and adapted to receive nasal or nasal and oral portions of a user's face, the mask also having a rigid support extending continuously adjacent the perimeter of the flexible seal to support a portion thereof against ra ...


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Michael K Gunaratnam, Joanne E Drew, Geoffrey Crumblin, Phillip Jenkinson, Susan R Lynch: Connector for a respiratory mask and a respiratory mask. ResMed, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, February 17, 2004: US06691707 (213 worldwide citation)

A connector includes a mask end for connecting with the interior of a respiratory mask, a supply conduit end, and a gas washout vent passage having an inlet adjacent to, or forming part of, the mask end in fluid communication with the interior of the respiratory mask and an outlet in fluid communica ...


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Eric W Starr, John R Pujol, Andrew Serowski: Respiratory mask having a vertically adjustable spacer element that limits seal deformation on a wearers face. Respironics, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, November 5, 1996: US05570689 (208 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask including a flexible seal member that is formed to receive nasal and/or oral portions of a user's face. The flexible seal member is adapted to resiliently deform against the facial structure of the user to form a seal therewith when the mask is secured to the user's head by suitab ...


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Eric W Starr, John R Starr, Mary T Walthour: Respiratory mask facial seal. Respironics, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, July 30, 1996: US05540223 (197 worldwide citation)

A flexible, resilient respiratory mask facial seal adapted for confronting engagement with the face of a user to form an annular sealed interface encompassing a predetermined portion of the user's face. The facial seal includes a peripheral wall and an inturned flap seal. The flap seal projects radi ...


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Anthony M Ging, Saad Nasr: Ergonomic and adjustable respiratory mask assembly with headgear assembly. ResMed, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, June 21, 2005: US06907882 (191 worldwide citation)

A respiratory mask assembly for delivering breathable gas to a patient includes a frame having a main body and a side frame member provided on each lateral side of the main body. Each side frame member includes an integrally formed first connector portion. A headgear assembly is removably attachable ...


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Shari S Barnett, Patrick M Handke, Kristine K Sabo, Eugene N Scarberry: Respiratory mask facial seal. Respironics, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay, March 23, 1999: US05884624 (188 worldwide citation)

An improved flexible respiratory mask facial seal, as well a respiratory mask incorporating such seal. The facial seal comprises an annular member including a peripheral sidewall bounded by an inner end and an outer end generally opposite the inner end. The inner end is adapted for attachment to the ...