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Details for Patent: 8,651,103

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Patent 8,651,103 protects PROAIR RESPICLICK and is included in one NDA.

This patent has ten patent family members in thirteen countries.

Summary for Patent: 8,651,103

Title:Dry powder inhalation apparatus
Abstract: The invention relates to dry powder inhalation apparatus usually operable by breath of a user which provides for controlled and smooth transfer of medicament during multiple actuations by a user. A mechanism of the apparatus for achieving this controlled and smooth transfer includes a device (4) normally held adjacent a reservoir for receiving medicament in a cup or receptacle (15) and which is generally movable transversely of a longitudinal axis of the apparatus to delivery channels of the apparatus. This bodily shifting of the device (4) is achieved by a yoke acting on an abutment (16) thereof. Spillage of medicament in the apparatus is avoided.
Inventor(s): Barney; Brian (Essex, GB), O'Leary; David (Essex, GB), Striebig; Rachel (London, GB)
Assignee: Norton Healthcare Ltd. (London, GB)
Application Number:10/574,386
Patent Claim Types:
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Delivery; Device;
Patent Metrics:
Source: PatentQuant.com
Field: Medical technology
Back Citations: 8th percentile
Forward Citations: 0th percentile

Applicant Tradename Generic Name Dosage NDA Approval Date Type RLD Patent No. Patent Expiration Product Substance Delist Req. Patented / Exclusive Use
Teva Branded Pharm
albuterol sulfate
POWDER, METERED;INHALATION205636-001Mar 31, 2015RXYes8,651,103► subscribeY
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Foreign Priority and PCT Information for Patent: 8,651,103

Foriegn Application Priority Data
Foreign Country Foreign Patent Number Foreign Patent Date
United Kingdom0323085.1Oct 2, 2003
PCT Information
PCT FiledOctober 02, 2004PCT Application Number:PCT/US2004/032160
PCT Publication Date:April 21, 2005PCT Publication Number: WO2005/034833

International Patent Family for Patent: 8,651,103

Country Document Number Estimated Expiration Supplementary Protection Certificate SPC Country SPC Expiration
Slovenia1667627► subscribe
Portugal1667627► subscribe
Poland1667627► subscribe
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