During the difficult times of COVID-19, Labat Asia’s R&D department worked hard and came up with a product useful for COVID times.
Interacoustics appreciates that COVID-19 has had a significant impact on clinics and that many clinics are keen to open the doors to patients again.
Many otolaryngological procedures require the use of drills and irrigation that generate aerosols. Because COVID-19 is assumed to be present in the middle ear and mastoid, otolaryngologists must protect themselves from infection by the virus.
During examinations, ENT physicians are exposed to the risk of droplet infections to an exceptionalextent. ATMOS MedizinTechnik GmbH & Co.
COVID-19 changed the world and from the start it became clear that digital technologies would be the key to overcoming this pandemic.
As hearing healthcare professionals resume activities, the Italian sound booth company, Puma, has provided information regarding the sanitisation of their product range.
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted how ENT care is delivered. Amongst the significant upheaval, it has also been a time of great innovation and several opportunities have emerged to address longstanding issues in both the delivery of care and organisation of services.
The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve day by day, and at the Innovia Group we recognise the importance of acting quickly and evolving our business to meet these changes.
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.
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.