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TympaHealth in the Developing World

The importance of hearing health

Hearing loss doesn’t discriminate

Hearing loss can affect everyone, spanning all age groups, social backgrounds and ethnicities.

Increased exposure, increased risk

1.1 billion teenagers and young adults are at risk of hearing loss due to exposure to noise in recreational settings.

It can affect more than just your hearing

Hearing loss has been linked to the development of dementia, increased risk of falls and social isolation.

Tips for good hearing health


Check your hearing regularly and after attending loud events

If you have any concerns regarding your hearing health, get your hearing checked by a professional. Ensure you have regular checks to maintain your hearing health.

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Limit exposure to loud noises

Take care when listening to loud music. Do not use earphones or headphones for more than an hour at a time. Ensure you take a break for at least 5 minutes every hour to prevent long-term effects on your hearing.

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Book for ear wax removal

Avoid using cotton buds to clean your ears, you could risk damaging your ear. If you believe you need your ears cleaning, book in for ear wax removal by a trained professional.

Benefits of TympaHealth


A comprehensive hearing health check

Ear wax removal

Making ear wax removal with micro-suction more accessible

Machine learning

Machine learning and remote review, helping detect problems earlier


Hear what people have to say about TympaHealth


It is the only tool that can combine otoscope micro-suction and hearing test in one device and the potential insights to be gained from tympanic membrane images are huge. This has the potential to change the way both ENT specialists and GPs work improving communication and bridging the division between primary and secondary care.

Dr. Luke Pratsidis
General Practitioner

The TympaHealth system, with its integrated otoscope and micro-suction wax removal innovation, will enable a simpler, more effective pathway for patients and professionals, leading to less dropout at that crucial first stage. This system has the potential for integration, highly confident diagnosis and earliest support for millions of people who would benefit from hearing health care in England and worldwide.

Prof. Adrian Davis
Global Burden of Disease Scientific Lead for Hearing at the World Health Organisation and for England

This has the potential to revolutionise the pathway for people with ear and hearing problems.

Mr. Joseph Manjaly
Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon