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Interview with Melissa Tumblin: Advocating for Ally’s Act

Introducing Ally’s Act, H.R. 5485 Interview with Melissa Tumblin, Founder and Executive Director of the Ear Community Organization Cochlear: Who is Ally?  Melissa Tumblin: My daughter, Ally Tumblin, is a 10 year-old girl from Broomfield, CO who was born with microtia and aural atresia of her right ear. Ally wears a bone anchored hearing device to help restore her significant conductive hearing […]

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Key Considerations for use of Bone Conduction solutions in pediatric patients – An audiologist’s perspective

By Guest Author: Lisa Christensen, AuD Lisa Christensen, AuD, is the Audiology Program Manager at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas and currently serves as President of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA).  We recently connected for a discussion on her use of bone conduction solutions as part of her clinical practice. Q: Describe your process for fitting and using […]

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Journal Club: Matched Cohort Comparison Indicates Superiority of Precurved Electrode Arrays

By Wade Colburn, Biomedical Engineer and Product Manager – Implants, Cochlear Americas Matched Cohort Comparison Indicates Superiority of Precurved Electrode Arrays JT Holder, RJ Yawn, AM Nassiri, RT Dwyer, A Rivas, RF Labadie, RH Gifford Otology Neurotology (2019) 40(9): 1160 – 1666 In today’s busy clinical environment, clinicians who value research-based practice often struggle to keep up with current literature.  To help, […]

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