Hearing Health Today podcast

Clinical pathways for mixed hearing loss

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In this episode of Hearing Health Today, Professor Ad Snik, from Nijmegen, the Netherlands shares his career highlights and discusses the current clinical pathways for mixed hearing loss including what really influences hearing outcomes and sound quality.
Useful links: http://www.snikimplants.nl/?page_id=298/
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This is a podcast for hearing health professionals. If you're a person with hearing loss or a member of the general public, please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss.

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