Posts filed under: Hearing Devices

FDA approved the first telehealth option to program cochlear implants remotely...
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  • hearing act of 2017
With this groundbreaking legislation Congress has sent a message to America that people with hearing loss need – and deserve – more affordable and accessible hearing health care....
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The latest and greatest OTC 'hearing helpers' - Consumer Reports reviews hearing loss devices and offers cost-saving tips....
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More than 40 million people suffer from hearing impairment in the U.S.; the hearing aid and audiology device market in the U.S. is expected to exceed $3.7 billion by 2023....
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The European hearing device market is expected to increase steadily, reaching over €8 billion by 2022. The multi-billion dollar European hearing aid market consists of the sale of hearing aid devices to either private retail chains, public healthcare systems that...
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In a recent article by iData Research Analyst Scott McInnes and CEO Kamran Zamanian, on the European hearing device market, research has shown that increases in the potential customer base are helping the overall market faced by mounting pricing pressures...
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The ZeniPower brand batteries, which are used to power hearing aids, toys, remote controls, watches, key fobs and other small electrical devices are being recalled due to concerns that the battery may expand and could potentially explode on rare occasions....
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iHear Medical announced its plans to introduce advanced web-enabled hearing aids for the China market by partnering with Beijing-based AIER, China’s largest dedicated hearing solution provider....
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According to a recent press release by Swiss company CAScination AG, they have entered a new collaboration with Austrian company MED-EL to design “a minimally-invasive and robot-assisted method for implantation of cochlear implants.”...
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The number of cochlear implant units sold in Brazil is expected to grow. This trend is a result of both patient awareness and acceptance, with respect to the benefits of cochlear implants....
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