Month: February 2005

News Story #2106

Help Wanted WANTED: HEARING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS! Are you looking for a change? AHAA’s Audiology Depot Website and its Human Resource services can help! Job seekers and employers, visit www.audiologydepot.com to obtain information about audi

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News Story #2105

March 2005 2-5, Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Kentucky Convention on Communication Disorders, Lexington, Ky. Contact: (859)252-3776; http://www.kysha.org. 3-5, The American Institute of Balance Education Foundation, Vestibular Re

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News Story #2103

MedRx Inc Terry Ross has joined MedRx Inc, Largo, Fla, as vice president and director of hearing health care sales. Ross brings more than 20 years of sales and executive management experience to this position. He has managerial and senior manageme

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News Story #2100

Bruce Yudelson, AuD, national outside sales manager at Interton, Plymouth, Minn, spoke with HR about the company’s latest product development. q What’s new at Interton? a Interton’s new digital product line, Bionic with ADRO™,

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News Story #2061

Opinion Finally! Hearing instrument unit sales in the United States broke the 2 million unit mark in 2004, according to the Hearing Industries Association (HIA). Although this is excellent news, the landmark has taken a long time in coming. I re

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Efficacy of an Open-Fitting Hearing Aid

Although vent diameter decreases the directivity index of a directional hearing aid, a significant directional and noise reduction benefit is still available even with an open fitting. This study suggests that open fittings appear to be most beneficial (or least compromising) for people with milder hearing losses, or precipitous loss with normal low-frequency hearing where SNR loss may be milder.

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