Finding the right occupational health audiometer is an important task. With so many options to choose from, you have to do a lot of research to ensure you’re purchasing a device that will meet all your needs. The biggest barrier to this is the fact that all the information you need is dispersed across the web. That’s why we’ve decided to compare the two of the leading occupational audiometers.
Would you be ok with putting your mouth on a spirometer sensor that has already been used? How about if your general practitioner didn’t replace the otoscope specula before sticking it in your ear? Pretty nasty, right? Well, not replacing eartips in between patients is essentially the same thing.
We recently posted an article on our recap of hearing care in 2020. It’s been a long, strange year, but there were some noteworthy stories to come out of the world of audiology. Hopefully 2021 will be less chaotic and filled with much more positivity. Before we ring in the New Year, we wanted to share some predictions with you. Here is what we think will happen in the world of audiology in 2021.
2020 was quite the year... However, despite all the chaos, there was some good news to come out of the world of audiology. From new technologies to groundbreaking research, here are some of the best stories from the field of hearing care that happened in 2020.
Give yourself the gift of savings this holiday season by taking advantage of MedRx’s end-of-year sale. Until the new year is rung in, you can save up to $1,000 on select MedRx equipment.
As one of the leading innovators in the field of audiology equipment, MedRx is breaking ground again with the release of its new VRA system. In fact, the manufacturer was recently presented with the Hearing Technology Innovator award by Hearing Health and Technology Matters for creating this new equipment.
Looking for places to earn CEUs? We’ve put together a short list of opportunities offered by e3 and our manufacturer partners. From online academies to webinars to live workshops, there are many opportunities you can tap into to continue your education. Read on to learn more about good resources you can leverage to attain CEUs.
In every profession, you need a proper set of tools to get the job done. An audiologist should have an arsenal of tools at their disposal that help them give their patients the best treatment imaginable. Here are three helpful and innovative tools any audiologist should consider adopting.
As we head closer and closer to the end of the year, your time to take advantage of the Section 179 tax break is running out. Not sure what Section 179 is or what it can do for you? Read on to learn more about this opportunity to save on our hearing and balance equipment!
In our latest podcast, we invite Scott Corbett, the Director of Pediatric Business Channels at Plusoptix, to discuss Plusoptix vision screeners and how they compare to others on the market. From accuracy to durability to customer support, we cover all reasons why Plusoptix vision screeners are some of the best money can buy.