Month: November 2006

In One Ear and Synchronized with the Other: Automatic Hearing Instruments Under Scrutiny

Is it more important to synchronize the classification environment across ears, or allow the classification of the environment to vary depending on the listening situation? As hearing aid technology progresses, combining laboratory data with real-world experience to find the most appropriate evaluation strategies for predicting patient benefits becomes more challenging.

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Basic Tympanometry in the Dispensing Office

Tympanometry is one of the greatest tools we have at our disposal. It has a high level of reliability and repeatability, it gives us important information quickly, and it provides us with fairly easy-to-interpret results. However, only about half of dispensing professionals routinely conduct tympanometry.

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A new and much improved product search capability is among a slew of shopper friendly features of the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA) new online store.

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