Types of Hearing Loss

Diagram of the ear

A hearing loss can happen when any part of the ear or auditory (hearing) system is not working in the usual way. Outer EarThe outer ear is made up of: the part we see on the sides of our heads, known as pinna the ear canal the eardrum, sometimes called the tympanic membrane, which separates … Read more

American Cochlear Implant Alliance (ACI Alliance) Awarded Grant to Evaluate Cost Effectiveness of Early Identification and Intervention: Impact of Pediatric Cochlear Implantation

August 14, 2020 WHAT: American Cochlear Implant Alliance was awarded a grant by Oberkotter Foundation to update the seminal Project HOPE study published in 2000 by Mohr et al. This work has been a central component of public policy discussions on pediatric deafness for two decades. ACI Alliance Board of Directors Chair Meredith Holcomb AuD … Read more

How to create metal no touch door opener

no touch door opener is hanging on a decorative item. Choosing a keychain with your favorite key not only reflects your personal mood and personality, but also shows your taste and brings you a happy mood. no touch door opener is a general term for neck jewelry. In fact, there are various types of ornaments … Read more

5 Cheap Hearing Amplifiers That Work Well

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Various new brands and models of cheap hearing amplifiers surface in the market by the day. And making the right choice from the overwhelming number of options is more than challenging. This post discusses all you need to know about cheap hearing amplifiers and features a review of some of the best options available to … Read more

Hearing Amplifiers Are as Good as Hearing Aids – Here’s Why

The difference between personal hearing amplifiers and hearing aids are important. Patients receive hearing aids specially programmed for them. This is based on the patient’s hearing test (audiogram). A sound amplifier, on the other hand, can’t do this.  Both are wearable sound-amplifying devices that look alike with similar advanced technology. Differences Between Hearing Aids and … Read more

What Otolaryngologists Need to Know About OTC Hearing Aids

The prevalence of hearing loss nearly doubles with every decade of life, such that nearly two-thirds of adults 70 years of age or older have hearing loss (Arch Intern Med. 2011;171:1851–1852). However, fewer than one in five hearing-impaired adults report hearing aid use (Arch Intern Med. 2012;172:292–293). This disparity recently prompted numerous national organizations, including … Read more

AAA 2020 + HearTECH Expo Welcome to our booth

April 1-4, 2020 • New Orleans, LA • Creating the Future Together AAA 2020Jinghao Medical Booth No.:1119Address: New Orleans, LATime: 1-4th, April Welcome to our booth! [Music] this is going to be one of the most amazing shows ever New Orleans is going to take it up another notch great city great food everything’s really … Read more

Hearing aids fitting for baby and children

The fitting of children’s hearing aids is very different from that of adults, because the acoustic characteristics of children’s ears are different from those of adults, and children are at the stage of growth and development, which is also a critical stage of speech and language development. Significant impact. Because children often cannot cooperate to … Read more

Hearing Aid Fitting Selection Procedure and 11 Steps

In the selection of hearing aids, in addition to considering the details of the patient’s hearing loss, hearing aid performance and other details, the routine steps need to be followed to complete the selection. Step 1. Medical history collection Medical history collection includes the following:① Understand the biggest confusion and obstacles brought by the patient’s … Read more