Tinnitus device launched on internet in US:
This article was originally published in Clinica
ADM Tronics Unlimited is launching a tinnitus control and treatment device suitable for home use, which will be partially distributed through the internet. The Northvale, New Jersey-based ADM will sell the Aurex-3 FDA-cleared device targeted at the 12 million Americans with a degree of the hearing impairment. Aside from the internet, the company will also sell direct and through distributors. ADM is actively seeking UK and Dutch distribution for the product, which it hopes to CE-mark in the near future.
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