MAICO Diagnostics and Interacoustics have announced an agreement to offer a full line of hearing testing medical devices to Novation, which represents a large number of hospitals and health care providers.
Reported to be the market leader in Canada, the GENIE series of audiometric sound rooms is now being offered by Otometrics throughout the United States and is available exclusively at Audiology Systems.
Unitron has released a hearing test app and an online support kit with the goal of giving more people access to treatment for hearing loss.
GN Otometrics has issued an alert to warn customers, partners, and distributors about imitation HI-PRO products. Invalid serial numbers, irregular CD labeling, sub-standard bumpers on the bottom of the housing, and general inferior workmanship are just a few of the signs that can identify the fake HI-PRO products by simple visual inspection, says the company.
This October marks a new beginning for MAICO Diagnostics as it launches new devices, a new website, and a new fresh look.
A new automatic REM fitting feature was found to be a reliable and fast alternative REM with less variability compared to manual REM.
UFE Electronic Designs has developed the AcousticEar™ electronic amplifier designed to replace stethoscope-type hearing aid listening tools.
American film composer Jeff Rona comments on Richard Einhorn's recent article in Hearing Review and proposes some more economical options for hearing-impaired musicians who need to hear the subtle nuances of their instrument in order to get the most out of their performances.
Continuing education is the secret to helping patients with vestibular disorders.
As a mechanic for more than 14 years, Tony uses power and impact tools that generate considerable noise. His hearing was gradually affected though he did not realize.
Musicians can be a hearing care professional’s worst nightmare and, on occasion, their greatest teacher. The Hearing Review's August edition guest editors Douglas Beck, AuD, & Marshall Chasin, AuD, provide an overview of this fascinating and challenging area of hearing healthcare.
The newly developed app reportedly adheres to international calibration standards, can be loaded onto a low-cost, smartphone, is automated, and continuously monitors background noise to ensure reliable testing.
Previous research and current movement in the endeavor to provide the most natural, binaural auditory experience for hearing instrument users is discussed, in addition to the technological developments that have made these advances possible.
In the July 2014 Final Word column, Dennis Van Vliet looks at what best practices look like in the "best practices."
A recent commentary published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal outlines the reasons improvements in hearing screening tests for newborns are necessary.
In just over a decade, RIC/RITE hearing aids have taken over half the US hearing aid market. What implications does this hold, and will RICs continue on their unparallelled growth trajectory?
Audiology Systems is offering practitioners a firsthand look at the new portable video head impulse testing (vHIT) device by Otometrics which provides head positioning feedback functionality and other enhancements.
The new findings suggest that noise-induced hearing loss has another very important component beyond just hair cells: the loss of cochlear nerve fibers.
Welch Allyn's new OAE Hearing Screener is designed as a connected solution for healthcare professionals who will now be able to enroll even their youngest patients in early intervention programs to help prevent language disabilities before they occur.
A hearing screener from E.A.R. is designed as inexpensive and effective way to increase referrals, as well as check the attenuation and fit of hearing protection.