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The New FDA Rules for OTC Hearing Aids: What Do They Mean for People with Hearing Loss?
by Karl Strom
The US Food and Drug Administration’s rules for OTC hearing aids, announced on August 16, promise sweeping changes for hearing healthcare, creating a new class of more affordable and accessible hearing aids.
Message from the Editor-in-Chief
by Marshall Chasin, AuD
Version française disponible ci-dessous Recently the FDA in the United States had another call for submissions regarding changing the rules for Personal Sound Amplification Products or PSAPs. Since February 2009 it was legal to sell them in the United States as long as they were marketed as not being for someone with hearing loss. The…