Life On The level, a voluntary Balance Condition Support Group celebrates over five years of helping sufferers of all types of balance conditions, living anywhere in the world.
In the daily hustle and bustle of a hearing care practice, it’s sometimes hard to find time to consider upgrading to new and better software.
Applications are invited for the position of Specialist ENT Surgeon within the ENT department at Waikato Hospital.
The family-owned MedTech company KARL STORZ announces the acquisition of the innovative software manufacturer Innersight Labs Ltd. (ISL) headquartered in London.
The Interacoustics Academy provides access to high-quality, evidence-based learning materials to improve clinical practice and patient care in diagnostic audiology and balance.
Lynton's Innovative Trade-In Program Promotes Sustainability and Supports NHS Decarbonisation Efforts
Laser manufacturer Lynton is thrilled to announce the Great CO2 Trade-In! A ground-breaking incentive for the ENT sector of the NHS, the Great CO2 Trade-In enables hospitals to trade in their current CO2 surgical lasers for a SmartXide Trio, regardless of the manufacturer.
Innovia Medical is proud of the addition of the DTR Medical® Oral Rotating Biopsy Punch to their Single-use ENT range!
BIOHIT HealthCare is pleased to extend its corporate partnership with the British Laryngological Association (BLA) for a second year running, supporting its pursuit of improved diagnosis for laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR).
HIMSA is happy to announce that due to a successful 2023, we are now able to offer significant price reductions on a Noah ES yearly subscription.
Soluvos Medical is proud to announce that their partnership with A.R.C. Laser has now extended to the UK. They have a full team in the UK, available for advice, hires, service and training.
BHM offers comfortable, tried-and-tested hearing solutions with its bone conduction hearing systems.
Recruitment of Sudden Hearing Loss Patients for Clinical Trial: Novel Compound AC102 Outperforms Corticosteroids Preclinically
While corticosteroids are widely used to treat Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SSNHL), there is still no therapy with proven efficacy and regulatory approval for this debilitating condition.