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Cranking up the volume on the hearing devices market

Cranking up the volume on the hearing devices market

Millions of people use hearing devices to improve their sense of hearing. Also known as hearing aids, these devices improve hearing in individuals suffering from hearing loss or impairment. The following two reports explore the hearing devices market.

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Statistics show that about 48 million Americans -- 20% of the general population -- suffers from hearing loss. Furthermore about two or three out of every 1,000 children are born with hearing loss.

Hearing is something that many of us take for granted. And it's only when you lose this sense that you realize just how valuable it is.

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Thankfully, though, there are medical solutions designed to treat hearing loss. Known as hearing devices or hearing aids, they offer relief to the millions of men, women and children suffering from hearing loss.

There are different types of hearing devices, some of which are surgically implanted behind ear, while others are worn outside the ear. Regardless, all hearing devices are designed to improve a person's sense of hearing.

The Global Hearing Healthcare Devices Sales Market 2018 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global hearing devices market. Featuring 114 pages, it offers a professional analysis of the market and where it's headed.

Within this report, you'll find data on the market, size, classifications, import and export consumption, trends and more. Whether you are thinking of investing in the hearing devices market, or if you're a user of the products, you should consider buying this report.

Some of the key hearing device vendors profiled in this report include William Demant, Sonova, Gn Store Nord, Sivantos Group, Widex, Starkey, Cochlear, Med-El Gmbh, Natus Medical, Interacoustics, Nurotron, Path Medical, Inventis, Rion and others.

The United States Pediatrics Hearing Aids Market 2018 report by The Market Reports is a second professional study of the hearing devices market, but it focuses specifically on hearing devices for children in the United States. While hearing loss is often age-related, with older adults having a greater risk of developing this condition than younger adults and children, people of all ages can develop hearing loss.

Pediatrics hearing devices are designed specifically for use among children.

This report segments the United States pediatrics hearing devices market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into hearing aid devices, receiver in the ear (RITE) hearing devices, behind the ear (BTE) hearing devices, canal hearing devices, in the ear (ITE) hearing devices, hearing implants, cochlear implants, bone-anchored systems and other hearing devices.

On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into sensorineural hearing loss and conductive hearing loss. The report also segments the market by geographic region, covering key U.S.

regions like the West, Southwest, Middle Atlantic, New England, South and Midwest.

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