Equipment required on the Hearing Care Professional Side If you need to fit whilst on the go! You will need a laptop/tablet with internet connection and you should have Target and Fitting Interface installed.  Windows based Laptop* or Tablet installed with: Target and...

Improving Patient Access through Tele-audiology There is no better time to take a closer look at tele-audiology than now. GSI is proud to be immersed in making tele-audiology a reality.  Our Store and Forward tele-audiology solution, AMTAS, can be integrated into...

Reduce the Ringing!

There are some things you can do that may help reduce the ringing in your ears. Tinnitus is a ringing, tone, rustling, whooshing or other sound in your ear or ears that only you can hear. It’s annoying and you feel cut off from the world because you hear these sounds,...

Your helmet doesn’t protect your hearing

Most bikers think that a top-of-the-range helmet – or even any helmet at all – protects their hearing. They also think that hearing loss comes only from exposure to the noise of the bike itself. However, according to a study performed by the University of...

Interpreting Tympanometry

A few useful terms to assist with understanding and interpreting tympanometry measurements: Ear Canal Volume: An estimate of the volume of air medial to the probe. Peak Pressure: The ear canal pressure at which the peak of the tympanogram occurs. Static Compliance:...

Waterproof processor – a world first!

Advanced Bionics, the global leader in cochlear implant technology, brings you Neptune, the first and only “swimmable” sound processor in the world, with a revolutionary freestyle design for the most flexible wearing styles ever! Whether you enjoy taking a dip in the...