Ideal for use in A&E, ENT, and Audiology treatment rooms, our Clearway Suction Handle has a soft malleable suctioning cap that effectively latches onto the surface of uneven objects and removes them, such as foreign bodies and plugs of dead skin and wax.
Neuromod Devices Ltd., has reached an agreement with HØR AS, Norway’s largest private provider of hearing and tinnitus care, to make its Lenire tinnitus treatment device available in Norway.
HearingTracker has appointed Karl Strom as its new Editor in Chief.
For ENT practitioners looking to offer patients additional emotional support and links to a reliable peer network, the Hearpeers community and its volunteer mentors are now available globally.
The Soluvos team is looking forward to finally meeting readers in person. It has been such a long time! The team will be at the following events
Neuromod Devices has announced the formation of a global commercial leadership team to further commercialise its Lenire tinnitus treatment device through key partnerships.
Designed to create a clean incision in the ear drum when used in surgeries such as Tympanoplasty, DTR Medical’s Rosen Needle range includes a fine variant for more precise procedures.
In April, Atmos MedizinTechnik GmbH & Co. KG will launch the next generation of endoscopes for ENT and swallowing diagnostics— the Atmos Scope.
Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) may present with severe extra-gastrointestinal symptoms – including a persistent cough, vocal problems, asthma or difficulty swallowing – that can be incorrectly attributed to ENT problems because patients and GPs alike assume they stem from colds, allergies or over-using the voice.
Tom Dodson President of Romet Electronic Larynx proudly announces that Romet has entered exclusive distribution arrangements for all Romet Laryngectomee products in Vietnam and Mexico.
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is one of the most common forms of dizziness and can be very unpleasant for those that experience its effects.
William Demant Foundation Donates DKK 8 Million ($1.2 Million USD) for Humanitarian Aid Inside and Outside Ukraine
The William Demant Foundation has announced plans to donate DKK 8 million ($1.2 million USD) to support humanitarian aid in and outside Ukraine to meet the growing needs of children and families, including those on the move.