State of Hearing Report highlights the physical, emotional and societal challenges of hearing loss Centennial, Colo. (May 1, 2019) — Three in four U.S. adults aged 65 years and older believe hearing loss is unavoidable and an inevitable part of aging, according to a new global report released to recognize Better Hearing and Speech Month in […]
The Cochlear™ Nucleus® 7 Sound Processor is the first cochlear implant sound processor that you can control and monitor with the Nucleus Smart App with both Apple® and Android™ devices. Not to mention, it is the smallest and lightest behind-the-ear cochlear implant sound processor,1 and now, the Nucleus 7 is available for Nucleus 24 implant […]
By guest author: Sarah Cherney Cochlear™ Link is a Windows™ based application that is installed on your programming computer in the clinic (or on your network server). It is designed to connect your Cochlear database to the cloud. Cochlear Link then instantly and automatically sends registration data to the cloud when you activate new patient […]
What did you think when you first learned I was deaf? Did you ever have any fears about my future when you learned I was deaf? What do you think your future would have looked like if you didn’t have cochlear implants? These are just some of the real questions and honest answers a […]
Being the smallest and lightest behind-the-ear solution available on the market today, the Nucleus® 7 sound processor provides a more comfortable experience for even the smallest ears.1 See what your patients are learning about the Nucleus 7 sound processor. Reference: Cochlear Limited D1190805. CP1000 Processor Size Comparison. 2017, Mar; Data on file.