• Post time: Jun-24-2022

    25dB is considered normal hearing, 25-40dB is considered mild hearing impairment. Hearing loss can lead to impairment in interaction, so we have to pay more attention to the hearing problems. If there is an abnormality, further examination of the ear is recommended. An otoscopy can be performed t...Læs mere »

  • Post time: May-30-2022

    When we go to the hearing centers or hearing clinics, people with hearing loss always ask for the audiologist before they get a hearing aid: How long will the hearing aid last? The answer to this question is usually 5 to 8 years. In fact, even if the same hearing aids are used by different people...Læs mere »

  • Post time: May-26-2022

    Normal ear functions Hearing is an important sense to your everyday life. From alarms to important conversations throughout the day, our sense of hearing is important to communicating information. The way the auditory system works is incredibly complex and requires a number of functions to work p...Læs mere »

  • Post time: May-20-2022

    The actual service life of hearing aids is largely determined by the user.The same hearing aids are used by different people. Some have been worn for only 2 or 3 years, and they may start to break, while some have been worn for 10 years, and the sound sounds pretty good. So, what can we do to eff...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Apr-27-2022

    CIC hearing aids Description Q series (Q10/Q8/Q6/Q4/Q2) are hearing aids that adopts digital processing technology to amplify sound signals and automatically eliminates sound feedback.lt is suitable for patients with sensorineural, conductive and mixed hearing loss with hearing loss ≤80dBHL. lt i...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Apr-22-2022

    Regarding the chose of hearing aids, there is an indispensable link, which is also a link that everyone pays attention to-the appearance of the hearing aid. Most hearing-impaired friends hope that hearing aids can be concealed, especially our Chinese users. Why are RIC hearing aids so popular in ...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Mar-03-2022

    What is a digital hearing aids? Digital hearing aids have all the features of analog programmable aids, but they convert sound waves into digital signals and produce an exact duplication of sound. Computer chips in digital hearing aids analyze speech and other environmental sounds. The digital he...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Jan-23-2022

    Because hearing loss already existed, the medical industry had to come up with a solution. In the 1960s, the first hearing aid models were created and introduced to the public. However, these were bulky and not very reliable. Now, individuals can purchase hearing aids that are completely in the c...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Dec-21-2021

    A recurring problem There are many people with hearing loss who cannot afford hearing aids because they are expensive. They will buy inexpensive personal sound amplifier products over the counter. So do these work for people with hearing loss and what is the difference between a PSAP and a hearin...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Dec-17-2021

    It is possible for a person to lose their hearing in several ways. Some hearing loss can be age-related, genetic, or caused by environmental factors. Depending on which part of your hearing is damaged, there are also different types of hearing loss. Further, hearing loss can have different levels...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Dec-10-2021

    What is sensorineural hearing loss? When an audiologist tells you that you have sensorineural hearing loss, do you know what that means? It is a sophisticated medical term with varying degrees of severity. Sensorineural hearing loss varies from person to person. In short, sensorineural hearing lo...Læs mere »

  • Post time: Dec-07-2021

    Audiology terms you should know   Mastering any new language or area of study can be difficult. It is especially difficult to understand what audiologists and consultants tell us when we have difficulty hearing, may feel uneasy, and are encountering words and phrases for the first time. All ...Læs mere »