hearing aid

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an electronic device that amplifies sound and is worn to compensate for poor hearing

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a conical acoustic device formerly used to direct sound to the ear of a hearing-impaired person

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The Hearing Aid Sweat Band[TM] from VanB Enterprises will protect a behind-the-ear hearing aid from shorting out during perspiration-producing sports, snowmobiling, skiing, sailing, yard work, and at the workplace.
Another option is to buy a behind-the-ear hearing aid that includes a telecoil with a switch that lets the aid receive sound directly from the telephone rather than from the aid's external microphone.
Figure 5-2: Traditional Behind-the-Ear Hearing Aid Market, U.
Used in conjunction with the ESPrit -- the world's first multichannel ear level speech processor -- which is the size of a behind-the-ear hearing aid and weighs less than 1/2 ounce, the Nucleus 24 system is a cosmetically appealing, technologically advanced option for potentially two hundred thousand severe-to-profoundly deaf adults and profoundly deaf children in the United States.
Current clots are those used for behind-the-ear hearing aids and tinnitusmaskerere 1.
Behind-the-ear hearing aids dominated the overall market in terms of share in 2013 at over 55.