Nina Kraus, PhD, is the Hugh Knowles Professor of Neurobiology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Otolaryngology at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. Through her research and those of her colleagues in the Kraus Lab, she has continually uncovered new findings about auditory processing and the brain, as well as our lives in sound—findings that have great consequences for young children and their exposure to music, as well as for people with language disorders, concussion, cognitive issues, hearing loss, and more.
Conducting, monitoring, and reporting the results of hearing conservation tests can challenge occupational health practitioners. The Report Builder feature of the CCA-200mini Plus computer-controlled audiometer can save administrative time and effort.Read More
Benson Medical, which designs and manufactures audiometers, spirometers, and software to manage hearing conservation and occupational spirometry programs for companies, announced its new audiometric baseline revision feature that supports updates to guidelines from the NHCA and CAOHC.Read More
The new Howard Leight FirmFit™ earplugs feature a soft, comfortable fit, and improved noise protection for users of classic-style foam earplugs.Read More