Tag: Cochlear Limited



Cochlear Launches ‘Hearing 20/20’ Campaign

According to Cochlear, the campaign is supported by 10 hearing health nonprofit and industry partners, and establishes a simple, common metric—defined as 20 decibels in each ear—to help simplify the ongoing conversation and actions related to monitoring hearing health and treating hearing loss, especially among adults 55 years of age and older.

University of Sydney and Cochlear Limited Study Speech Comprehension in Cochlear Implant Recipients

In the study, recently published in “Ear and Hearing,” experts have found a correlation between a computer model and the speech intelligibility in implant recipients. This might mean that by improving the performance of the model, the performance of individuals with cochlear implants may benefit in ways that have never before been explored.

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Cochlear Announces Upcoming Release of Nucleus Smart App for Android

Cochlear implant recipients with the Nucleus® 7 Sound Processor can now control their hearing with the Nucleus Smart App from a compatible Android device, which is designed to allow them to monitor and adjust their settings, view personalized hearing information, and even locate a missing sound processor, all from the convenience of their smartphone.

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Cochlear Pledges $10 Million to Johns Hopkins for Research on Impact of Hearing Loss

The Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health at Johns Hopkins will be a first of its kind at any academic institution, focusing on hearing loss as a global public health priority, and it will be led by one of the preeminent researchers in this area, Frank Lin, MD, PhD. The center will be dedicated to understanding and addressing the impact of hearing loss on public health.

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