An investigation into the diagnostic accuracy, reliability, acceptability and safety of a novel device for Continuous Ambulatory Vestibular Assessment (CAVA) John s. phillips1, Jacob L. Newman2 & stephen J. Cox2 Dizziness is a common condition that is responsible for a significant degree of material morbidity and burden on health services. It is usually episodic and […]
Colucci, Dennis AuD, MAThe Hearing Journal:February 2017 – Volume 70 – Issue 2 – p 42,44,45 doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000513103.95086.22Hearing Matters IMPORTANCE OF EARLY INTERVENTION Regardless of the cause or network mechanisms involved, intense and early treatment is a critical part of the therapy to improve sleep, control headaches or migraines, and the associated anxiety, in addition […]
Authors; Ibrahim Almufarrij, Kevin J. Munro, Piers Dawes, Michael A. Stone, and Harvey Dillon Abstract; Direct-to-consumer (DTC) hearing devices can be purchased without consulting a hearing health professional. This project aims to compare 28 DTC devices with the most popular hearing aid supplied by the U.K. National Health Service (NHS). The comparison was based on […]
DAVID NIELD 23 JUN 2019 “Dosing medicines can be a tricky process: How much of a medication actually ends up hitting its target can vary a lot between patients, sometimes for mysterious reasons. As it turns out, even the things living in our bodies could be gobbling up our drugs.” Read more https://www.sciencealert.com/gut-microbes-could-be-eating-up-our-meds-before-they-get-chance-to-work The research […]
Goal of Balance Awareness Week Professor Dr Margie H Sharpe, Director of the Dizziness & Balance Disorders Centre here in Adelaide, says, “Raising awareness of vestibular disorders is a good time to encourage family and friends to learn more about the symptoms so they can support their loved ones’ who are suffering from dizziness and […]
New research that aimed to highlight the potential of new technologies to diagnose disease has suggested that virtual reality may play a crucial role in monitoring Alzheimer’s disease.