Cochlear Implants and Bone-Anchored Devices: An HR Mid-Year 2021 Review

Cochlear Nucleus 7 and Kanso 2

(800) 965-9043

Smart Bimodal Solution from Cochlear and ReSound. Did you know 70% of cochlear implant users are bimodal, meaning they wear a hearing aid in the other ear?1 Cochlear’s Smart Hearing Alliance allows your patients the ability to stream directly to both ears from a compatible iOS or Android device using their Nucleus® 7 or Kanso® 2 Sound Processor and a compatible ReSound hearing aid. 

1. Dorman MF, Gifford RH, Spahr AJ, McKarns SA. The benefits of combining acoustic and electric stimulation for the recognition of speech, voice and melodies. Audiol Neurotol. 2008;13:105-112.

Advanced Bionics Marvel CI, Sky CI M,
and Target CI

(661) 289-4557

Advanced Bionics brings the celebrated Phonak Marvel platform to benefit cochlear implant recipients. Marvel CI offers the world’s first CI sound processors to connect to virtually any Bluetooth-enabled device and support hands-free calling, and it includes Sky CI M, the world’s first dedicated sound processor for children. Target CI is the first-and-only integrated CI fitting software that allows professionals to use Noahlink Wireless and fit bimodal systems within the same session.

MED-EL Impantable and Non-implantable Hearing Solutions

(888) 633-3524

MED-EL USA is driven by a mission to overcome hearing loss as a barrier to communication. The company offers the widest range of implantable and non-implantable solutions to treat all types of hearing loss, enabling people in 124 countries to enjoy the gift of hearing with the help of a MED-EL device. MED-EL’s hearing solutions include cochlear implant and combined EAS hearing implant systems, as well as bone-conduction devices.

Oticon Medical Ponto 4

(888) 277-8014

Ponto 4 users all over the world have already had their lives changed using our groundbreaking OpenSound Navigator technology. OpenSound Navigator brings a paradigm shift in bone-anchored hearing. It handles multiple speech and noise sources through a 360-degree, always-open approach. This enables you to instantly capture and easily follow the dynamics of the sound environment. The result is a full and open soundscape, which allows your patients to focus on what’s important.


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