Oticon has expanded the Oticon Agil, Acto, and Ino families, debuting new miniBTE styles at the AAA show in Boston. The new miniBTEs offer compact, discreet, and high performance meant to round out the product portfolios of Agil, Acto, and Ino lines.
At the AAA show in Boston, Siemens Hearing Instruments introduced XCEL, its next generation of BestSound Technology, as well as Eclipse XCEL, a nearly invisible deep-fitting CIC hearing aid that minimizes typical occlusion effects and features a new fitting procedure.
The Sonova Group of hearing brands introduced new products and enhancements from Phonak, Unitron, and Advanced Bionics at the AAA show in Boston, including a new Lyric generation that will fit 50% more patients.
At AAA in Boston, ReSound showcased the new Unite Mini Microphone, as well as ClearPath, ReSound’s first iPad application, designed to help audiologists and dispensers during the patient counseling process.
Sonic displayed “Flip,” its latest consumer-inspired product at the AAA show in Boston. Flip is a new miniature receiver-in-the-canal (miniRIC) hearing solution that is designed to enhance natural sound quality and promote better speech understanding.
Oticon Inc has introduced Intigai, a small, invisible custom-made micro completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aid that targets first-time users who want a discreet hearing instrument.
HearingHealth4U, part of a 501c3 non-profit group that provides quality used hearing aids to low-income individuals, has initiated a used hearing aid drive.
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) has released its 2012-2016 Strategic Plan, which sets goals for hearing and balance research and funding for the next 4 years.
Siemens Hearing Instruments has added four more videos to its YouTube customer testimonial campaign. The new additions include customer testimonials about Aquaris, Pure with miniTek, and iMini models.
The Better Balance Fall Prevention and Wellness Society has announced that it will offer “Neurovestibular Sciences: The Study of Balance Medicine, Part One” on September 22-23 in Jacksonville, Fla.