Category: Implants & Bone Conduction

Implants & Bone Conduction


Bimodal Best Practice Hearing Guidelines Published

An international group of audiology experts including University of Miami Miller School of Medicine faculty has authored “first-of-their-kind guidelines” of best practices for managing hearing loss in adults with bimodal hearing configurations.

Bone-Conduction Solutions


When Is an Implantable Hearing Solution Appropriate?

George Cire, Chris James, and Paula Greenham review the major treatment modalities, the general indications for implant use and referral, and present a picture of current clinical practice as reflected in Cochlear Ltd’s Implant Recipient Observational Study (IROS).

Cochlear Implants


IotaSoft Device Receives FDA De Novo classification

A new, thumb-sized device from iotaMotion called iotaSoft intended to help place cochlear implants into patient's ears, received De Novo clearance from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to an article in “Fierce Biotech.”

Middle-Ear Implants


Study Shows Hearing Improvement with Esteem Implant

Envoy Medical Corporation, a hearing health company focused on providing innovative technologies across the hearing loss spectrum, announced an independent study that was published online in 'The Journal of Laryngology & Otology.' The study found that the fully implanted Esteem osseointegrated active middle ear implant (AMEI) showed “statistically significant improvements in post-operative hearing results,” according to Envoy.