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GSI Releases Video Series on AMTAS Automated Audiometry Tool

Grason-Stadler (GSI), a manufacturer of clinical audiometric systems, announced that it hosted a conversation with Drs James W. Hall III and Robert Margolis to discuss the current landscape around the patient-provider gap and the essential need for an automated audiometry tool called AMTAS.

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MedRx Inc Releases First Desktop Tympanometer

MedRx Inc announced the release of its newest products; the Otowave 302 and 302+ Tympanometers. The Otowave 302 and 302+ Tympanometer models were released for sale at the end of November and are currently available in the United States and select countries.

Lantos Technologies Relaunches So Professionals Can “Own the Ear” with Custom ITE/RIC Fittings

Lantos Technologies wants hearing care professionals to “own the ear” by providing better technology for the 3D scanning and replication of the dynamic ear canal–for improved sound quality, reduced feedback, and better comfort and retention for the wearer. Learn more about the Lantos relaunch and watch a short interview of company CEO Paul Harkness who provides his perspectives on customizing hearing aid fittings for enhanced patient-centered care and greater customer satisfaction.

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Maico Diagnostics to Hold Free Webinar on Newborn Hearing Screening

The webinar will help inspire you to look at the hearing screening process in a positive light by providing information about how important the screening is to the future of a child with hearing loss; explain the methods used to perform the screening so you have a good understanding of the techniques you are using; and give practical recommendations for obtaining high-quality hearing screening results in the shortest possible time.

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Using autoREMfit for Hearing Aid Fitting and Verification: Evidence of Accuracy and Reliability

This clinical study by John Pumford, AuD, and Gus Mueller, PhD, examines the new autoREMfit application of Audioscan VerifitLINK as integrated into Signia Connexx hearing aid fitting software. The results reveal good fit-to-target accuracy (RMSE ~2 dB; 65 dB SPL input) for two different audiograms and coupling systems. Test-retest reliability was excellent with values no greater than 1 dB at any frequency. Clinical benefits of this autoREMfit collaboration are discussed.

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