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Cochlear Implant

Severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss

  • Severe to profound hearing loss
  • Unilateral, bilateral
  • Hearing threshold 65 dB across all frequencies for air and bone conduction See chart
  • Intact, functioning auditory nerve
  • Where appropriate, prior use of optimally fitted hearing aid
  • Minimal or no benefit from acoustic amplification
  • Realistic expectations
  • Willingness to do rehabilitation

Key features of the SYNCHRONY Cochlear Implant System

key-featureElectrode array for different cochlear lengths and anatomies
key-featureExtremely high product reliability and safety for your patients
key-featureAtraumatic electrode design for maximum preservation of residual hearing
key-featureChoice of audio processors
key-featureIdeal distance between electrode contacts and the latest sound coding strategies for natural sound
key-featureAudio processors with charging pad for people with limited fine-motor skills
key-featureSmallest titanium implant for minimally invasive surgery
key-featureMRI conditional for 1.5 and 3 tesla scanners* without surgery**
key-featureLong battery life
key-featureLightweight, comfortable and discreet to wear
key-featureNatural sound quality

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