programmable hearing aid

programmable hearing aid

multichannel, computer-controlled, analogue, or digital auditory assistive device.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

pro·gram·ma·ble hear·ing aid

(prō-gram'ă-bĕl hēr'ing ād)
Multichannel hearing aid that can use more than one level-dependent frequency response strategy.
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