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Oticon Expands Oticon More Family

More options -- from the new miniRITE T with disposable batteries, and the portable SmartCharger, to new fitting options, and a music-oriented signal processing program -- help allow hearing care professionals to “better match each patient’s lifestyle, needs, and preferences.”  For patients with single-sided deafness, Oticon also extends the Oticon CROS family with a new rechargeable Oticon CROS PX transmitter that is compatible with Oticon More.

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Oticon Xceed Now Available Through VA and Defense Department

Built on the Velox S platform, the new power hearing aid features BrainHearing technology “proven to deliver better speech clarity and better short-term recall while reducing the listening effort people with severe-to-profound hearing loss struggle with in day-to-day listening situations.”

Cochlear Implants: Considerations Regarding the Relationship between Cognitive Load Management and Outcome

This article examines listening effort, auditory working memory, speech-in-noise comprehension, and the large network of interconnected brain areas now known as the “listening connectome.” Written by Edward Overstreet, PhD, and Michel Hoen, PhD, they explain why traditional speech perception measures in quiet may be insufficient for evaluating the effectiveness of many of the latest advances in CI technology.

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