tinnitus masker

tinnitus masker

(tin'i-tŭs mask'ĕr),
An electronic device to present sound to the ear to mask tinnitus; occasionally allows temporary residual inhibition of the tinnitus.
See also: residual inhibitor.
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I've even worn a tinnitus masker but it made the ringing worse.
The tinnitus masker is a small electronic instrument built into or combined with a hearing aid.
A newer device that has been quite successful is the tinnitus masker, which is worn like a hearing aid and emits a steady, monotonous noise like wind in trees or the hum of an electric fan--a sound that quickly becomes familiar and can be easily ignored.
You might also ask your doctor about the possibility of obtaining a tinnitus masker - headphones that play "white" noise.
Comparative study of four noise spectra as potential tinnitus maskers.
Contract award notice: 14/5031 Generic ear moulds for hearing aids and tinnitus maskers.
The Norwegian National Insurance Administration (Rikstrygdeverket) has awarded framework contracts for hearing aids, tinnitus maskers, accessories and repair services.
Announcement of competition: Providing generic earplugs for hearing aids and tinnitus maskers
Recent clots are those used behind-the-ear hearing aids and tinnitus maskers with 1.