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US20130291867 DRY POWDER DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM  
A pulmonary drug delivery system is disclosed, including a breath-powered, dry powder inhaler, and a cartridge for delivering a dry powder formulation. The inhaler and cartridge can be provided...
US20140275697 TREATMENT COUCH FOR SMALL ISOCENTRIC ROTATIONS  
A treatment system for a patient includes a treatment couch to position the patient. The treatment couch includes a couch top and one or more stages to pitch the couch top about a lateral axis...
US20140311493 HYBRID VENTILATION MASK WITH NASAL INTERFACE AND METHOD FOR CONFIGURING SUCH A MASK  
A nasal ventilation interface and method for providing nasal ventilation to a patient includes a hybrid face mask, covering only the mouth, coupled with removable nasal inserts extending from the...
US20120012114 HYBRID VENTILATION MASK WITH NASAL INTERFACE AND METHOD FOR CONFIGURING SUCH A MASK  
A nasal ventilation interface and method for providing nasal ventilation to a patient includes a hybrid face mask, covering only the mouth, coupled with removable nasal inserts extending from the...
US20110005529 METHODS OF TREATING A SLEEPING SUBJECT  
Described here are devices for altering the flow of air in a respiratory cavity such as the mouth and nostrils of the nose. These methods and devices may be useful for affecting a physiologic...
US20120041331 ADAPTABLE BREATHING MASK  
The present invention is a breathing mask that is fully adjustable so as to enable a comfortable and leak proof seal around a patient's face. The mask includes a frame, a cushion, a hose...
US20140130798 VENTILATOR-INITIATED PROMPT REGARDING DETECTION OF DOUBLE TRIGGERING DURING VENTILATION  
This disclosure describes systems and methods for monitoring and evaluating ventilatory parameters, analyzing those parameters and providing useful notifications and recommendations to clinicians....
US20110273299 Ventilator-Initiated Prompt Regarding Auto-PEEP Detection During Volume Ventilation Of Non-Triggering Patient  
This disclosure describes systems and methods for monitoring and evaluating ventilatory parameters, analyzing those parameters and providing useful notifications and recommendations to clinicians....
US20110271960 Ventilator-Initiated Prompt Regarding Auto-PEEP Detection During Volume Ventilation Of Triggering Patient  
This disclosure describes systems and methods for monitoring and evaluating ventilatory parameters, analyzing those parameters and providing useful notifications and recommendations to clinicians....
US20140311496 PATIENT INTERFACE HAVING HEADGEAR POST FOR CLIP OR STRAP  
An improved patient interface has a post to which can alternatively be attached a clip or a strap. A strap apparatus includes a clip mounted at an end of a strap, but if the clip is lost the strap...
US20110000489 CONTROL UNIT, METHOD AND COMPUTER-READABLE MEDIUM FOR OPERATING A VENTILATOR  
To set trigger conditions correctly in pneumatic mode, a ventilator is controlled to obtain a measurement value of a bioelectric signal representative of the patient's breathing function,...
US20110061650 ANESTHESIA DEVICE AND PROCESS FOR OPERATING AN ANESTHESIA DEVICE  
An anesthesia device and a process are provided with which a breathing gas, which is present in a breathing circuit and which is especially enriched with an anesthetic, can be removed rapidly and...
US20130087156 Interventional Drape Comprising a Patient Interventional Drape and a Barrier Drape  
This invention describes an interventional drape comprising a patient interventional drape for covering a person and with a least one fenestration and a barrier drape attached to said patient...
US20140261431 POSITIVE-PRESSURE RESPIRATORY MASK  
A positive-pressure respiratory mask can be used during medical procedures to provide oxygen to a patient while the instruments and devices used in the procedure remain in place. A flap system...
US20110284004 WIRELESS VENTILATOR REPORTING  
A medical ventilation monitoring system includes a patient ventilation unit defining an airflow path, the unit arranged so that when the unit is applied to a patient, the airflow path is in fluid...
US20110192404 AUTOMATED NEGATIVE PRESSURE ORAL APPARATUS  
This invention provides an oral apparatus and method capable of alleviating or curing snore and obstructive sleep apnea by applying a negative pressure through a mini oral interface to the oral...
US20150238783 Respirator Having Elastic Straps Having Openwork Structure  
Various embodiments of a respirator are disclosed. The respirator can include a mask body and one or more elastic straps that are secured to the mask body on opposing sides. The elastic straps can...
US20130340764 NASAL RETENTION SYSTEM INCLUDING A SPLIT BALL CLIP  
A nasal retention system for securing a nasal tube extending through a nose of a patient. The retention system comprises a clip member formed of a soft elastomeric material and including first and...
US20110067704 UNOBTRUSIVE INTERFACE SYSTEMS  
An apparatus for delivering a flow of breathable gas to a patient for the treatment of Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) that is less obtrusive includes a nasal cannula, cannulae (2a, 2b), prongs,...
US20120125346 ENDOTRACHEAL CUFF AND TECHNIQUE FOR USING THE SAME  
An inflatable balloon cuff with a water-swellable coating may be adapted to seal a patient's trachea when associated with an endotracheal tube. The water-swellable coating may enhance a cuffs...
US20130284172 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR AN OPTIMIZED PROPORTIONAL ASSIST VENTILATION  
This disclosure describes systems and methods for providing an optimized proportional assist breath type during ventilation of a patient. The disclosure describes a novel breath type that delivers...
US20140150798 SWIVEL ELBOW AND CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY FOR PATIENT INTERFACE SYSTEMS  
A swivel elbow and connector assembly for a patient interface system includes a ring configured to be sealingly secured in an aperture of the patient interface system. The ring includes a first...
US20110139151 TRACHEAL TUBE AND TUBE EXTENSION  
The present disclosure describes systems that may extend the proximal length of a tracheal tube. A tracheal tube extension system may be provided that includes secure attachment features used to...
US20110005528 NASAL DEVICES WITH RESPIRATORY GAS SOURCE  
Described here are devices for altering the flow of air in a respiratory cavity such as the mouth and nostrils of the nose. These methods and devices may be useful for affecting a physiologic...
US20140326238 DRUG DISPENSING AND MONITORING SYSTEM FOR A VENTILATOR  
An automated drug delivery and monitoring system for use on mechanically ventilated patients in the intensive care unit is presented. Medication in the form of respirable particles is transported...
US20130055134 Systems and Methods of Adjusting Ventilator Modes and Settings Visually Via a Touchscreen  
The systems and methods of the present application provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for adjusting the modes and settings of a patient ventilator. Upon selecting the type of breath setting...
US20110100367 METHOD OF SUPPLYING A BREATHING GAS TO AN AIRCREW IN AN AIRCRAFT  
A method of operating an aircraft which includes a cabin for the aircrew which is pressurised in normal flight, and a deployment door which is opened in high altitude flight when the cabin will be...
US20110162645 System and Method for Guidance of Anesthesia, Analgesia and Amnesia  
Described is a method and system which includes a first set of digital data generated by amplifying and digitizing brain waves of a patient before and after administration of initial doses of...
US20100305431 Radial Cardiac Catheterization Board  
Embodiments of the present description provide a medical apparatus for use in supporting a patient lying in a supine position during a radial cardiac catheterization procedure. More particularly,...
US20140053846 VENTILATION INTERFACE FOR SLEEP APNEA THERAPY  
The ventilation interface for sleep apnea therapy interfaces a ventilation device to the patient's airways. The ventilation interface includes a pair of nasal inserts made from flexible, resilient...
US20130019870 VENTILATION INTERFACE FOR SLEEP APNEA THERAPY  
The ventilation interface for sleep apnea therapy interfaces a ventilation device to the patient's airways. The ventilation interface includes a pair of nasal inserts made from flexible, resilient...
US20120255553 VENTILATION INTERFACE FOR SLEEP APNEA THERAPY  
The ventilation interface for sleep apnea therapy interfaces a ventilation device to the patient's airways. The ventilation interface includes a pair of nasal inserts made from flexible, resilient...
US20120055479 RESPIRATOR AND ADJUSTMENT METHOD FOR SAME  
A respirator for respiration of a patient having an interface (3) for input of at least one respiration parameter (PINSP, PEEP, RAM, I/E, RAT, TINSP, TEXP, TAZ) which is relevant for the...
US20130340766 Desk and Recovery System  
The invention features a desk and recovery system that affords the user the ability to avoid stress and strain on the user's back, head and neck. The system features an upper body support...
US20140345609 PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR  
Methods and systems for concentrating oxygen include an oxygen concentration subsystem configured to generate a supply of oxygen-enriched gas, an oxygen delivery subsystem configured to...
US20110041843 ADAPTOR AND BREATHING ASSIST DEVICE USING THE SAME  
An adaptor includes a housing and a plurality of blades disposed inside the housing. The adaptor can be utilized with a breathing assist device such as a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)...
US20140109912 CUSHION FOR A PATIENT INTERFACE  
A respiratory mask is provided having an outer shell coupled to a cushion for the delivery of a gas to a user. The cushion of the respiratory mask has at least one pleat disposed in the cushion in...
US20110155139 CUSHION FOR A PATIENT INTERFACE  
A respiratory mask is provided having an outer shell coupled to a cushion for the delivery of a gas to a user. The cushion of the respiratory mask has at least one pleat disposed in the cushion in...
US20150157825 LOCKING ASSEMBLY FOR CONNECTING TWO RESPIRATORY TUBES  
A locking assembly is adapted for connecting a first respiratory tube and a second respiratory tube. The first respiratory tube has an outer surrounding surface. The locking assembly includes a...
US20100319707 OPTIMIZED DISTRIBUTION OF LIGHT EXTRACTION FROM AN EDGE LIT LIGHT SOURCE  
A lower extremity exerciser and positioning device includes a generally wedge-shaped inferior and a generally wedge-shaped superior support. Each support has a top surface and curved trailing...
US20140373841 RESPIRATORY FACE MASK AND BREATHING CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY  
A disposable breathing circuit is adapted to be connected between a disposable face mask and a vacuum source for delivering fresh gas to the face mask and for scavenging waste gas exhaled from the...
US20130172768 Intubation-Facilitating Oxygen Mask  
A versatile, intubation-facilitating oxygen mask is provided including at least one diaphragm configured with a continuous, flexible, modifiable membrane from which an instrument-access port may...
US20120285465 NON-INVASIVE VENTILATION FACIAL SKIN PROTECTION  
A non-invasive ventilation patient interface comprises a fresh gas entry port, an exhaust gas entry port, and a facial skin interface. Fresh gas entry port is configured for coupling with a fresh...
US20130104899 RESPIRATOR AND ADJUSTMENT METHOD FOR SAME  
Respirators for respiration of patients are provided with interfaces 3 for input of at least one respiration parameter (PINSP, PEEP, RAM, I/E, RAT, TINSP, TEXP, TAZ) that is relevant for the...
US20150246196 LARYNGEAL MASK  
A laryngeal mask for use in a patient comprises an airway tube having an inner lumen and a distal end; and a mask portion connected at a proximal end thereof to the distal end of the airway tube...
US20110297164 SURGICAL DRAPE WITH SEPARABLE ELEMENTS  
The present disclosure relates to a one piece customized disposable surgical drape to be used in any surgery, and more specifically to a one piece customized disposable surgical drape that...
US20120060838 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROMPTING A SUBJECT TO ALTER ONE OR MORE BREATHING PARAMETERS  
A subject is prompted to consciously alter one or more breathing parameters of respiration. To prompt the subject to alter one or more breathing parameters, a pressurized flow of breathable gas is...
US20110120470 TREATMENT PROTOCOL TEMPLATE GENERATION AND BRANCHING LOGIC SYSTEM  
A method for determining a next protocol step in a patient treatment protocol upon completion of a current treatment protocol step. The method includes accessing a treatment protocol template...
US20140366879 USE OF MULTIPLE SPONTANEOUS BREATH TYPES TO PROMOTE PATIENT VENTILATOR SYNCHRONY  
The present disclosure combines the advantages of a hybrid mode of ventilation with an automatic determination of an appropriate spontaneous breath type in response to one or more patient based...
US20120216811 Use of Multiple Spontaneous Breath Types To Promote Patient Ventilator Synchrony  
The present disclosure combines the advantages of a hybrid mode of ventilation with an automatic determination of an appropriate spontaneous breath type in response to one or more patient based...