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Michael D Halleck, Donald N James, Michael E Halleck: Apparatus and method for remote monitoring of physiological parameters. I Am Fine, Harold A Burdick, August 27, 1996: US05549113 (234 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method are disclosed for monitoring selected physiological parameters of a subject, such as respiration and/or ECG information, and alerting a care giver at a remote location when an irregularity is recognized. The apparatus includes a sensor or sensors, a dual frequency, asynchronous ...


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Leon M Silberstone, Michael E Halleck: High frequency high intensity transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator and method of treatment. R F P, Holland & Hart, October 1, 1991: US05052391 (96 worldwide citation)

A transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device provides significantly improved patient results by supplying high frequency electrical pulses at frequencies in a range of 2.5 to 60 kilohertz. The frequency and intensity of the pulses can be adjusted, to treat the patient at the optimal f ...


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Michael E Halleck, Thomas H Thomson: Transcutaneous nerve stimulator device and method. Staodynamics, O Rourke Harris & Hill, March 29, 1977: US04014347 (87 worldwide citation)

A transcutaneous nerve stimulator as disclosed that is useful for suppression of organic pain. The stimulator device is relatively small in overall dimensions and is therefore portable yet provides a rectangular waveform with the output signal produced being sufficient to drive a capacitive resistan ...


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Michael E Halleck, Michael D Halleck, Michael L Lehrman: Apparatus and method for detecting very low frequency acoustic signals. iLife Solutions, June 10, 2003: US06575916 (70 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed an apparatus and method for detecting very low frequency acoustic signals. The apparatus comprises a sensor that is capable of detecting low frequency acoustic signals in the frequency range of one tenth Hertz to thirty Hertz. The sensor comprises a chamber having portions that fo ...


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Michael W O Neill, Leon M Silverstone, Michael E Halleck: Dental anesthesia apparatus. Sion Technology, Harold A Burdick, May 15, 1990: US04924880 (68 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is disclosed for achieving improved dental anesthesia utilizing electronic stimulation applied through electrodes positioned inside the mouth of a patient. Each electrode includes an insulating base of foam material with an adhesive at one side thereof to retain one end of an electrical le ...


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Michael E Halleck, Michael D Halleck, Michael L Lehrman, Alan R Owens: Physiological condition monitors utilizing very low frequency acoustic signals. iLife Systems, July 2, 2002: US06415033 (67 worldwide citation)

Physiological condition monitors utilizing very low frequency acoustic signals and signals indicative of body orientation are disclosed. The physiological condition monitors comprise a sensor that is capable of detecting low frequency acoustic signals in the frequency range of one tenth Hertz to thi ...


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Michael L Lehrman, Michael D Halleck, Michael E Halleck: Personal security monitoring system and method. I Am Fine, Harold A Burdick, May 7, 1996: US05513646 (59 worldwide citation)

Personal security monitoring apparatus system and method are disclosed, the apparatus including a breath detector and signal processor worn by the user. The signal processor distinguishes between the user's normal breathing patterns and a preselected other breathing pattern intentionally executed by ...


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Michael L Lehrman, Michael E Halleck: System and method for detecting the onset of an obstructive sleep apnea event. East River Ventures, December 23, 2003: US06666830 (52 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a system and method for detecting the onset of an obstructive sleep apnea event before the obstructive sleep apnea event fully develops and before the cessation of breathing occurs. The system comprises one or more microphones capable of detecting breathing sounds within an airway ...


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Michael L Lehrman, Michael E Halleck, Alan R Owens, Edward L Massman: System and method for analyzing activity of a body. iLife Solutions, January 20, 2009: US07479890 (48 worldwide citation)

The present invention comprises a system and method of operation for evaluating body activity relative to an environment. According to an exemplary embodiment, the system comprises a processor that is associable with a sensor for sensing dynamic and static accelerative phenomena of the body. The pro ...


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Michael E Halleck: Static charge control device having laminar flow. Westward Electronics, Robert E Harris, August 25, 1987: US04689715 (40 worldwide citation)

A static charge control device is disclosed having laminar flow. The device utilizes a pair of spaced electrodes mounted adjacent to a pair of spaced apertures with the electrodes being positioned so as not to extend into the apertures. As specifically shown, a pair of needle electrodes are mounted ...