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Hearing Aid Clinical Trials

A listing of Hearing Aid medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (6) clinical trials

A Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing Bone Anchored Hearing Aid With Bonebridge

The new Bonebridge fully implanted, except for an external sound processor. It does not have any percutaneous parts like the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid. The investigators believe that this may improve wound healing and reduce problems with wound infection and skin overgrowth seen in Bone Anchored Hearing Aids. There may ...

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Blast Exposed Veterans With Auditory Complaints

The purpose of this study is to study blast-exposed Veterans who report hearing handicap but show normal or near normal results on standard audiometric testing. The characteristics and nature of their auditory and auditory-related skills will be examined with a battery of behavioral and physiologic measures. The potential contributions of ...

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Hearing Aid Versus Surgical Rehabilitation as Treatment of Otosclerosis: Pilot Study

Otosclerosis is the main cause of acquired hearing loss in young to middle aged Caucasian population. Social, personal and medico-economic impacts triggered by this affection make it a major public health matter. Historically, the surgical treatment of otosclerosis has always been considered one of the best indications of otologic surgery. ...

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A Comparative Controlled Clinical Investigation and Quality Control of a New Hearing Aid

The reason for this study is to evaluate a new hearing aid. The goal is to evaluate the audiological performance and usability as well as features and functions in comparison to the hearing aid already CE marked. Furthermore, it is important to identify unexpected or unwanted behavior from the devices. ...

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mHealth Technologies for Hearing Aid Users

Research question: Is it feasible for first-time hearing aid users to use a personalised educational intervention delivered through mobile technologies in their everyday life? Objectives: To establish the feasibility of the intervention by evaluating delivery, accessibility, usability, acceptability, and adherence in first-time hearing aid users. To establish suitable outcome measures ...

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A Comparison of a Currently Marketed Hearing Aid Programmed With Two Different Fitting Methods

Benefits of amplification and accessories used with it outweigh anticipated risks in mild to profound hearing impaired subjects. The basic benefit of amplification should be present with any method that the trained professional fitting the instruments uses. The goal of this study is to compare two fitting methods and determine ...

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