Healthcare professionals are exposed to the risk of infection by SARS-CoV-2 to an exceptional extent. All hospital staff working in in-patient and out-patient care, including...
We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all ENT workers all over the world.
OtoAccess® Worklist HL7 is an add-on to OtoAccess Database. It saves you up to 10 minutes per patient, by integrating your database with hospital EHR systems. It works with systems that comply with HL7 standards.
With COVID-19 placing increasing pressure on our healthcare providers, we are continually innovating and evolving to act in the best interests of both you and your customers.
Fusetec, an Australian company, manufactures fully operable, soft tissue surgical training devices that are used in FESS courses for surgical training. These devices are recommended by Professor PJ Wormald.
Thanks to new OtoAccess® integration software, Interacoustics has made it easy for hearing care professionals to integrate their diagnostic solutions with databases and electronic health record (EHR) systems.
House of Hearing is delighted to be the first private audiology clinic in Scotland to be registered with Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS) for its ENT-led ear wax removal service in Edinburgh.
Soluvos Medical is looking forward to meeting you at the various congresses, workshops and symposia throughout the world in 2020 and will be supporting the following hands-on workshops and congresses.
A unique opportunity for cross-business synergies in the audiology equipment market: Inventis is enlarging its product portfolio by entering the balance diagnostic segment and strengthening its position as the...
The hunt for Europe’s top audiologist has begun as online entries open for this year’s ‘European Audiologist of the Year’ competition. Now in its 13th year, the competition offers the opportunity for audiologists from...
After a successful launch of Interacoustics’ new Affinity Compact at EUHA, Germany and BAA, UK, European hearing care professionals are now benefitting from Interacoustics’ successor to their well-known Affinity2.0.