SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hello all, Soon to graduate 4th year medical student going into emergency medicine here. I've actually posted about this topic in the past in other forums but haven't gotten a lot of really helpful advice, and my audiologist, while great, isn't that savvy when it comes to this sort of thing. Figuring maybe you folks are a little more in tune with current tech. Basically, I have mild-moderate hearing loss, currently using an open fit Dot^2 by ReSound. I technically can use a conventional stethoscope with the hearing aids in and hear a bit, but the fit isn't great and in particular, I have a difficult time hearing breath sounds, so I usually just take them off before using the stethoscope. Unfortunately, this isn't really so much an option in certain scenarios (ie. traumas). I also have an electronic stethoscope with headphones that I haven't used in a long time due to it being a pain to carry around and keep charged, and poor audio quality. I'm wondering if there's any model hearing aids or hearing aid tech that's out there that might be helpful. Thanks!