Hearing Assessment of Medical Equipment for Health Facilities in Cameroon

The COVID-19 outbreak gives Sub-Saharan African countries a chance to reconsider their foreign affiliations and national goals. Having raw stuff isn’t going to help you advance. Only local industry is capable of doing so. They must provide favourable conditions for the growth of local firms in all disciplines, especially in the food and health industries, which will help other sectors expand. Cameroon now has access to all of the resources necessary to reverse hearing loss. Every year, the sector gains more otorhinolaryngologists, speech therapists, hearing aid fitters, cochlear implant surgeons, and other specialists. With the SON’OR device, the country may take the lead in hearing screening. Our goal is to have a national universal newborn hearing screening programme implemented. Early detection and rehabilitation are aided by this programme. In the disciplines of otorhinolaryngology, as well as other medical and non-medical fields, BENDO will continue to improve and innovate. It will shortly ship an electronic computer-based pure tone audiometer and a digital hearing aid, among other things.

Author(S) Details

Jean Valentin F. Fokouo
Otorhinolaryngology unit of Bertoua regional Hospital, Bertoua, Cameroon and  Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon.

Guy Merlin Ngounou
Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon and National Advanced School of Engineering, Yaounde, Cameroon and Bendo Company, Yaounde, Cameroon

Adele-Rose Ngo Nyeki
Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon and Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences of University of Yaounde, Cameroon.

Emmanuel Choffor-Nchinda
Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon and Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Buea, Cameroon.

Asmaou Bouba Dalil
Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon and Faculty of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences of University of Yaounde, Cameroon.

Esthelle Geneviève Stephanie Minka Ngom
Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon and Faculty of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Douala, Cameroon.

Jean Espoir Evehe Vokwely
Scientific group COCHLEES (Collectif ORL et Citoyen contre le Handicap et L’Exclusion Engendres par la Surdite),Cameroon and John Hope Clinic, Yaounde, Cameroon.

Albert Bernard Atsa Nti
Bendo Company, Yaounde, Cameroon.

Martin Kom
National Advanced School of Engineering, Yaounde, Cameroon.

Louis Richard Njock
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Douala, Cameroon.

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