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Daniel R Schumaier: Moisture sensitive item drying appliance. December 29, 1998: US05852879 (72 worldwide citation)

A dryer appliance for demoisturizing a moisture sensitive item such as an electronic hearing aid, tooth brush, or the like, having a housing with a removable closure cap or door for providing a substantially sealed chamber and access thereto, a desiccant component mounted in the chamber, wall means ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Bone conduction hearing aid. Luedeka Neely & Graham P C, November 4, 2003: US06643378 (66 worldwide citation)

A bone conduction hearing aid includes a vibrator carried by the insertion end of the hearing aid. When the hearing aid is inserted into the ear canal of a patient, the vibrator is positioned in the ear canal adjacent the mastoid bone. A microphone receives sound waves and outputs a microphone signa ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Hearing aid drying appliance. June 24, 1997: US05640783 (27 worldwide citation)

A dryer appliance for demoisturizing a moisture sensitive item such as an electronic hearing aid or the like, having a housing with a removable cap for providing a substantially sealed chamber and access thereto, a desiccant component mounted in the housing and substantially dividing the chamber int ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Preprogrammed hearing assistance device with user selection of program. Luedeka Neely Group P C, October 9, 2012: US08284968 (17 worldwide citation)

A user programmable hearing aid allows a user to select acoustical configuration programs that provide optimum performance for the user. The user may cycle through and evaluate various available programs by momentarily pressing a push button on the hearing aid housing. When a preferred program is ac ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Preprogrammed hearing assistance device with program selection using a multipurpose control device. Luedeka Neely Group P C, March 12, 2013: US08396237 (15 worldwide citation)

A user programmable hearing aid allows a user to select acoustical configuration programs that provide optimum performance for the user. The user may cycle through and evaluate various available programs by rotating a scroll wheel on the hearing aid housing to switch from one program to the next. Wh ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Preprogrammed hearing assistance device with program selection using a multipurpose control device. Luedeka Neely & Graham P C, December 13, 2011: US08077890 (15 worldwide citation)

A user programmable hearing aid allows a user to select acoustical configuration programs that provide optimum performance for the user. The user may cycle through and evaluate various available programs by operating a single digital rocker switch on the hearing aid housing to switch from one progra ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Bone conduction hearing assistance device. Luedeka Neely & Graham P C, November 27, 2007: US07302071 (6 worldwide citation)

A bone conduction hearing aid includes an in-the-ear (ITE) component and a behind-the-ear (BTE) component. A bone vibrator is carried by the ITE component and positioned in the concha of the ear when in use. A vibrationally conductive structural member of the ITE component conducts vibration produce ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Preprogrammed hearing assistance device with program selection based on patient usage. Luedeka Neely & Graham P C, July 5, 2011: US07974716 (5 worldwide citation)

A programmable apparatus improves perception of sound by a person. In one embodiment, the apparatus includes a processor, digital-to-analog converter, audio output section and means for generating first and second control signals. The processor executes one or more available programs for processing ...


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Daniel R Schumaier, David M Campbell II, Stephen W Armstrong: Preprogrammed hearing assistance device with audiometric testing capability. Daniel R Schumaier, Luedeka Neely Group P C, June 25, 2013: US08472634 (2 worldwide citation)

A hearing aid which is operable in an audiometric testing mode includes an audio output section, a volume control, a switching device, and a processor. The audio output section sequentially generates a number of testing sounds at a corresponding number of testing frequencies and provides each testin ...


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Daniel R Schumaier: Hearing assistance device having reduced mechanical feedback. Luedeka Neely Group P C, February 19, 2013: US08379897 (2 worldwide citation)

An electronic hearing aid apparatus comprises a first component, a second component and a cable assembly for electrically connecting the first component to the second component. The first component includes a vibration sensor for sensing acoustic vibrations and generating a vibration signal based on ...