Auditory brainstem implant

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  • Noninvasive Cochlear Stimulation System Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ

    The purpose of this study is to design and develop a wearable amplification device with the capability of an extended high frequency range for improved fidelity, directionality, noise cancellation, and surround sound. 

    Noninvasive electrostimulation of the cochlea has notable benefits for normal hearing and hearing-impaired individuals that extend well-beyond conventional acoustic and bone conducted enhancements of sound.  Although the technique has been known since the 19th century little clinical attention or application of the technique has occurred, particularly related to a wearable technology for individual use.  


  • A Study to Evaluate Remote Objective Monitoring Rochester, MN

    Hypothesis: Cochlear implant and Auditory Brainstem Implant outcomes continue to improve secondary to improved device design, surgical approach, and advanced programming.


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