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This little book is timely and concise and covers in a readable and direct manner all the items of importance to the layman or the otologist who is interested in hearing aids. The author has been careful to avoid any partiality or prejudice toward any type of machine or toward any one manufacturer. There is a useful and complete list of the hearing aids now on the market in this country, with a brief description of each and a notation of the cost.
The advice to the deafened concerning the selection, use and care of a hearing aid is exact and valuable, and for this alone the book should be read by every user of such an instrument. The author has covered the subject in such a complete and terse manner that the physician unfamiliar with the various aspects of the problem of hearing aids would do well to buy
Handbook of Hearing Aids. Arch Otolaryngol. 1941;33(1):143. doi:10.1001/archotol.1941.00660030144014
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