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WISH launches latest advancements in Siemens Hearing Care


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Pioneering hearing care specialists in Sri Lanka, the Wickramarachchi Institute for Speech and Hearing (WISH) recently conducted a special training session for audiologists at the WISH Auditorium in Delkanda, Nugegoda. The training was conducted by renowned Polish Audiologist Katarzyna Dragun and Terence Koh, Head of Marketing and Sales for Siemens Sivantos Hearing Aids.

Following the interactive training session, Siemens launched their latest advancement in hearing care the Primax Platform at an event held at Jetwing Colombo 7. This latest technology in hearing aids aims to outperform the function of a regular hearing aid while also reducing listening effort on the part of the user.

The Primax Platform allows users to program their basic hearing aid using a mobile phone app without the need to download any specific software.

Hearing aids made exclusively for iPhones and Sellion rechargeable hearing aids with no disposable batteries were also introduced by the Siemens team. 

The first-ever non-customised in-the-canal hearing aids called “Silk” that uses Bluetooth technology were also demonstrated. This product’s most efficient feature known as Telecare also allows users to reach out to hearing care professionals via a simple phone app for programming and other inquirer related issues. This helps in reducing number of revisits to the clinic while hearing care professional can also reach out to patients overseas.

The event was attended by a large number of ENT Surgeons, Neurologists, Pediatricians and General Physicians in the country. Representatives from Siemens and the authorised distributor WISH were also present.

For more information on the latest hearing care and product range, visit the website www.hearingsrilanka.com.


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