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 Digital Hearing Aids segment is expected to be the fastest growing and most attractive segment over the forecast period and is expected to create incremental opportunity of US $2,759.
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Coventry grandmother Gwendoline Walter, aged 80, gets her new digital hearing aid tested by senior audiologist Tina Honarmandan.
8226; Digital hearing aid technology held the largest share of the technology market in 2013 at over 90.
Hospital bosses blamed the innovation of digital hearing aids for a big increase in demand by patients eager to benefit from the new technology.
A spokeswoman for the Department of Health said: "We are working closely with the Royal National Institute for the Deaf to make sure that patients have a much more streamlined process if they do need a digital hearing aid
For patients who already have an analogue hearing aid there is a 99-week wait for them to be reassessed and fitted, where appropriate, with a digital hearing aid.
That took place several months later and I was told that I am suitable for a digital hearing aid and I would get one.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Healthcare team said, There has been a significant increase in the sales of digital hearing aid devices in the last six years.
Now they can fit a digital hearing aid onto your glasses
Mr King said: "I am told that many people find that a digital hearing aid performs better than their existing analogue hearing aid, so I am really pleased this will happen.
MEDICAL instruments business Gyrus has signed a pounds 600,000 licensing agreement to sell a new digital hearing aid in the US.
WHEN Margaret Low tried out a hi-tech digital hearing aid through an access-to-work scheme, her life was transformed.