THERE has been quite a resurgence of German literature in the past year. The Scandinavian countries have kept up their pace, and the Italian is more and more in evidence. A great deal of the literature on rehabilitation now stems from acoustic physicists and teachers of the deaf and does not lend itself to abstracting. Such articles have been noted by mention and bibliographic reference. The American Medical Association issues a new list of approved hearing aids about every month, and it is our purpose to give the latest one before publication of this review.
HEARING AIDS ACCEPTED BY THE COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
AS OF JULY 1, 1952
Audicon Models 400 & 415 Mfr., National Earphone Co., Inc. 20 Shipman St. Newark 2, New Jersey Audivox Model Super 67 Mfr., Audivox, Inc.—Successor to Western Electric Hearing Aid Division 123 Worcester St. Boston
LEWY A, SHAPIRO SL, LESHIN N. FUNCTIONAL EXAMINATION OF HEARING. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1952;56(1):61–91. doi:10.1001/archotol.1952.00710020078008
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