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Songbird™ Disposable Hearing Aid Joins The Digital Age; World's First Disposable Hearing Aid Now Offers Digital Sound Quality

October 17, 2001

CRANBURY, N.J./PRNewswire/ -- Songbird Hearing Inc., the company that introduced the world's first disposable hearing aid last fall, announced another technological innovation -- Songbird™ Dispo...   Read More

New Biomedical Instruments Company Introduces Revolutionary New Technology in Newborn Hearing Screening

October 16, 2001

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ -- Everest Biomedical Instruments Company introduces the AUDIOscreener(TM), the first ever portable, computer- independent device to combine evoked otoacoustic emissions (OAE) a...   Read More

MED-EL, Froedtert Hospital & the Medical College of Wisconsin begin Bilateral Cochlear Implant Clinical Study

October 16, 2001

DURHAM, NC - Froedtert Hospital and the Medical College of Wisconsin, made medical history with surgical implantation of the first two U.S. patients to become part of MED-EL Corporation's bilateral Co...   Read More

American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association Statement on Rush Limbaugh's Hearing Loss and Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease

October 15, 2001

DETROIT, Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Millions of Americans learned recently that radio commentator Rush Limbaugh has lost nearly all his hearing. Now, those millions are beginning to learn why. A statemen...   Read More

Otolaryngologists for Rush Limbaugh Describe Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease

October 12, 2001

In a news conference held October 11 at the House Ear Institute in Los Angeles, otolaryngologists Drs. Antonio De la Cruz and Jennifer Derebery discussed the diagnosis and treatment for the hearing lo...   Read More

Magnatone Expands International Division

October 11, 2001

Casselberry, FL - Agustin Galarza, who has served in the International Sales Department for over a year, has been promoted to International Sales Supervisor. Previously, Galarza was a Production Manag...   Read More

For Maryland Infants, A Sound Solution A New State Law Aimed at Reducing Development Problems Demands Insurers Cover Babies'

October 11, 2001

By Kathleen Phalen Special to The Washington Post Page HE01 Under a groundbreaking law that takes effect this week, health insurers in Maryland must pay up to $1,400 for hearing aids for children. But...   Read More

''Texas Connect'' Resource and Reference Guide Now Available

October 10, 2001

The Texas Connect Project was developed to provide educational materials to health care professionals and to families of infants and young children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The project was mad...   Read More

The American Academy of Audiology Announces Election Results

October 9, 2001

The Academy's 2001 election results are in. To review them, click here   Read More

Rush Limbaugh: I Am A Lucky Man

October 9, 2001

EIB Announcement Transcript. Source: I had intended to start today's program telling you what I'm about to tell you. The outbreak of our attack on Osama bin Laden made it necessar...   Read More

Boys Town National Research Hospital Launches New Attack On Deafness - Acquires Breakthrough Genetic Analysis System To Pursu

October 8, 2001

OMAHA, Neb.- Boys Town National Research Hospital and Transgenomic, Inc. (Nasdaq: TBIO) announced today the hospital has purchased a WAVE® System from Transgenomic for genetic analysis to identify...   Read More

Phonak Introduces Claro 111 dAZ and Mini-D

October 5, 2001

With the Claro 111 dAZ, Phonak completes its range of digital behind-the-ear instruments with a hearing instrument that is specially designed to meet the needs of people with mild and steeply sloping...   Read More

The Academy Introduces Newborn Hearing Screening Brochure

October 4, 2001

As many as 3 of every 1,000 babies are born in the United States each year with hearing loss. The first year of life is critical to the development of normal speech and language. Thus, it is imperativ...   Read More

Doctor Donates 100 Hearing Aids, 12 Assisted Listening Devices to Less

October 3, 2001

Dr. Deborah Price, of the Hearing Professional Center, Provides Hearing Aids to Children and Adults Through Hear Now. Dr. Deborah Price, founder and president of the Hearing Professional Center, donat...   Read More

Are 2 Better Than 1? MED-EL, The World Leader in Cochlear Implant Technology, Launches U.S. Bilateral Clinical Study

October 3, 2001

On September 8th, 2001, at the American Academy of Otolaryngology's annual conference in Denver, MED-EL announced the launch of an important clinical research project. This project will study bilatera...   Read More

Hearing Loss Rule Delayed, Coalition Acts

October 1, 2001

by Marat Moore A coalition of diverse groups led by ASHA is opposing a proposed year-long delay in implementing a regulation related to occupational hearing loss. Earlier this year, audiologists invol...   Read More

Rep. Foley Introduces Medicare Aural Rehabilitation and Hearing Aid Act

September 28, 2001

(Rockville, MD - 2001) Congressman Mark Foley (R-FL), who serves on the House Ways and Means Committee, recently introduced H.R. 2934, the Medicare Aural Rehabilitation and Hearing Aid Coverage Act of...   Read More

Symphonix-Sponsored Clinical Study Reports Long-Term Benefits Of The Vibrant Soundbridge For The Hearing Impaired

September 27, 2001

American Academy of Otolaryngologists Annual Meeting -- DENVER -- Results of a study on the long-term effects of the Vibrant® Soundbridge™ were presented today at the American Academy of Oto...   Read More

Symphonix and Siemens Collaborate on Targeted Outreach Program To U.S. Audiologists

September 24, 2001

SAN JOSE, Calif./PRNewswire/ -- Building on a series of joint business initiatives that began in 1999, Symphonix Devices, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMPX), a hearing technology company, and Siemens, a world leader...   Read More

CMU to Offer Online Health Administration Doctorate

September 21, 2001

Central Michigan University is accepting applications from professionals in the health care field for admission into an innovative online doctoral degree program in health administration. Approved ear...   Read More

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