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Microneedles enable inner ear precision medicine

Developing safe, reliable and efficient ways to deliver therapeutics into the cochlea is a key challenge. In this article, the authors share their work to develop microneedles to address this challenge. The era of precision medicine of the inner ear...

A person-centred approach to telehealth

“The time when telehealth was a remote, abstract concept has come to an end”. Deborah Ferrari and Lise Lotte Bundesen discuss how to advance person-centred care in hearing rehabilitation through online tools and training. The time when telehealth was a...

Robotic surgery in focus

Super Surgeons is a three-part series broadcast in the UK on Channel 4 this summer.

New horizons in Rhinoplasty

Leading world experts will showcase their work and update delegates about the changing philosophy, techniques and technology of the art of rhinoplasty. At this meeting, the rising movement of "Preservation Rhinoplasty" will be introduced and the benefits of piezo surgery...

IFTTT.com: a recipe for success with hearing aids?

Technology simplifies our lives: agree or disagree? For me, the answer to that statement can vary quite a bit throughout any given day. As much as I am now able to communicate, check my bank account, share photos, and find...

Genoray: ENT CBCT solutions provider specialised in ENT diagnosis

Genoray, a leading medical and dental solutions provider and manufacturer of medical and dental X-ray systems, has launched a new series of ENT CBCT to help otolaryngologists take precise diagnostic images with specific sinus, temporal bone, airway and DR modes.

Three-dimensional endoscopy for sinonasal procedures: is it really better?

In this interesting study the authors looked at the efficacy of two-dimensional (2D) versus 3D high-definition endoscopes in novice users, not those already trained in 2D. Ninety-two medical students used 2D and 3D endoscopes to complete two validated tasks and...

Tissue engineered flaps

This article provides a thorough summary of the current techniques available in head and neck reconstruction. It details the challenge of restoration of form and function posed by the shape of the craniofacial skeleton and soft tissue. The introduction on...

Cochlear implants for children

The field of cochlear implants in children has expanded remarkably over 40 years. Elizabeth Tyszkiewicz reflects on success and current challenges and calls for a national review of outcomes for young adults who received their implants in childhood. Aleena is...

Hearing Aids for Speech-Language Pathologists: a Guide to Modern Rehabilitative Audiology

This is a book of two parts. The first six chapters are not pitched at speech language pathologists (SLP), at least not for those in typical practice in the UK. This section of the book is appropriate to experienced audiologists...

NHS Audiology service provider, Chime, uses pandemic as a catalyst for significant positive change.

At a time when many businesses have had their services negatively affected by the COVID pandemic, it is refreshing news that Chime audiology has used this time as an opportunity to refresh and add to theirs.

3D endoscopy in pituitary adenoma surgery

Endoscopic approach for pituitary adenoma surgery is well recognised. There has been recent refinement of 3D endoscopy technology which improves on the depth of vision offered and more compact delivery. This may improve visualisation of the critical structures involved in...