Meet the team who designed the Cochlear™ Baha® SoundArc, the new non-surgical bone conduction wearing option for pediatric patients. Learn how the engineers and designers drove innovation and filled the gap of a product that has never existed. See if the Baha SoundArc is right for your pediatric patients.
David D. recalls how he coped with his conductive hearing loss for over sixty years due to Goldenhar syndrome. David explains how the Cochlear™ Baha® 5 Power brought his hearing back and how his bone conduction implant is helping him live his best life possible. See David’s full story in the video below. Please visit […]
The level of Maximum Power Output (MPO) of a hearing device plays an important role in a patient’s ability to hear well, especially in noisy situations. As such, it is one of the properties that should be considered by clinicians when choosing a sound processor. This document discusses the MPO performance of the Cochlear™ Baha® […]
Introducing the Baha® SoundArc – A new innovative bone conduction solution Course: #30254 Level: Intermediate 1 Hour Register now! The Baha SoundArc is an innovative, new bone-conduction solution for Audiologists to fit on their pediatric patients who have note yet aged into surgical candidacy (age 5 years). An overview, product description, clinical recommendations and available […]
Along with the introduction of the Baha® SoundArc, Cochlear has released a new version of the Baha Fitting Software. Baha Fitting Software (BFS) 5.3 updates include: The Baha SoundArc as a non-surgical wearing option for your patients. Updated firmware for Baha 5 sound processors, which expands device compatibility with the Baha 5 Smart App. Future […]