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2020 Annual Reliability Report

Dear Cochlear Professional, Cochlear is proud to share our 2020 Annual Reliability Report. With more than two decades of reporting on reliability, the data and information can be interpreted in numerous ways; however, we believe two themes are most relevant today. The first is Cochlear’s commitment to transparency in reporting, and the second is the importance of reliability over time. Transparency in […]

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6 things to remember about the Baha 6 Max Sound Processor

The Cochlear™ Baha® 6 Max Sound Processor is designed to improve hearing outcomes for people with single-sided deafness (SSD), conductive or mixed hearing loss. Here’s what the Baha 6 Max offers: A premium-power sound processor: With a fitting range of up to 55 dB sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) in the same small size as current 45 dB devices, the Baha 6 Max […]

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Why telehealth matters: Remote Check

By Julie Purdy, Ph.D., CCC-A and Keri Colio, Au.D., CCC-A Background  When we work with children with cochlear implants, we are aware of the many appointments that families must juggle. While this is a strain on all of our families, for some it is even a greater challenge if their children are medically fragile or live long distances from the center or […]

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