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Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids

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Hearing Device Market Analysis, Size, Trends | Global | 2017-2023 | MedSuite

Industry Trends The hearing device market is limited by the difficulty that it takes to sell these devices. In many regions, the right to sell hearing aids is limited to audiologists and hearing instrument specialists. Audiologists require several years of schooling and, in most places, hearing instrument specialists are required to take a two year

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Hearing Device Market Analysis, Size, Trends | United States | 2017-2023 | MedSuite (Includes 11 Reports)

The hearing aids and audiology devices market includes hearing aids, bone-anchored hearing aids, cochlear implants, direct drive implants, otoacoustic emission analyzers, auditory brainstem response analyzers, audiometers, tympanometers, real ear analyzers, otoscopes and video otoscopes and hearing aid batteries. The market potential is sizable, as more than 40% of those diagnosed with a hearing loss can be classified as having moderate or severe impairment. Growth of the hearing device market is largely dependent on technological innovations that are offered by manufacturers and the growing aging population.

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Bone-Anchored Hearing Aids Market Analysis | United States | 2017-2023 | MedCore

A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA) is a surgically implanted device designed to treat hearing loss by transmitting the sounds it receives through direct bone conduction to the nerve fibers of the inner ear. The device consists of an externally worn receiver and sound processor, which resembles a standard behind-the-ear hearing aid, and an external abutment that vibrates a titanium implant. The hearing aid is operational once the titanium fixture bonds with the surrounding tissue (osseointegration). This process usually takes two to six months from when the device has been implanted. Patients with conductive and mixed hearing loss are the primary candidates for bone-anchored hearing aids; this includes patients with chronic inflammation or infection of the ear canal which prevents the use of standard hearing aids, patients with conditions which have led to malformation of the ear canal, patients with single-sided deafness, patients with a bilateral conductive loss due to ossicular disease and patients who have malformed or absent outer ear and ear canals.

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Hearing Device Market Analysis, Size, Trends | Europe | 2016-2022 | MedSuite

The full report suite on the European market for hearing devices includes hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, cochlear implants, and bone anchored hearing systems. In contrast to the United States, direct drives (middle ear implants) and personal sound amplification devices (PSAPs) have yet to enter the European market in a sustained way. One major trend within the European hearing device market is the constant focus on product innovation. Within the hearing device market, product innovation is a theme that runs through all the segments. Virtually all products, even batteries, are consistently upgraded with the newest features and technologies. This will drive the market by having a positive effect on the ASP of certain product lines.

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Hearing Aids and Audiology Devices Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific | 2013-2019 | MedSuite

The Asia-Pacific hearing device market comprises hearing aids (segmented into the wholesale and retail markets) and cochlear implants. The wholesale hearing aid market includes the sale of hearing aids produced by manufacturers and sold to retail chains, while the retail hearing aid market captures the final sale of hearing aid devices to end users. Depending on the country, the retail market can consist of either a private retail market where hearing aids are dispensed solely through private retail chains, or a public healthcare system that controls the distribution of hearing aids to patients. The cochlear implant market consists of sales of the devices to surgical centers.

This report examines the markets for hearing devices in Australia, Japan and South Korea.

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Hearings Aids and Audiology Devices Market Report Suite | Asia-Pacific (China, India) | 2013-2019 | MedSuite

The emerging markets for hearing devices comprises hearing aids and cochlear implants. The hearing aid market is segmented into the wholesale and retail markets. The wholesale hearing aid market captures the sale of hearing aids produced by manufacturers and sold to the retail chain, while the retail hearing aid market captures the final sale of hearing aid devices to the end user. Depending on the country, the retail market can consist of either a private retail market where hearing aids are dispensed solely through private retail chains, or a public healthcare system that controls the distribution of hearing aids to patients. The cochlear implant market captures the sale of the device to the surgical center.

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Hearing Device Market Analysis, Size, Trends | Brazil | 2015-2021 | MedSuite

Brazil’s Hearing Device market report includes the private hearing aid market, public hearing aid market, bone anchored hearing aid, cochlear implant and hearing aid battery.

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Hearing Device Market Analysis, Size, Trends | Mexico | 2015-2021 | MedSuite

Mexico Hearing Device market report includes the private hearing aid market, public hearing aid market, bone anchored hearing aid, cochlear implant and hearing aid battery.

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Bone Anchored Hearing Systems Market Analysis | Europe | 2016-2022 | MedCore

A bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA) is a surgically implanted device designed to treat hearing loss by transmitting the sounds it receives through direct bone conduction to the nerve fibers of the inner ear. The device consists of an externally worn receiver and sound processor, which resembles a standard behind-the-ear hearing aid, and an external abutment that vibrates a titanium implant. The hearing aid is operational once the titanium fixture bonds with the surrounding tissue (osseointegration). This process usually takes two to six months from when the device has been implanted, but has been dramatically reduced by Oticon’s new minimally invasive surgical procedure.

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