bone-anchored hearing aid


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bone-anchored hearing aid

a hearing aid with a surgically implanted bone-conduction receiver for patients unable to use an air-conduction receiver effectively because of uncontrollable middle ear infections or obliteration of the external auditory canals.

bone-anchored hearing aid

a hearing aid that allows direct bone conduction of sound to the cochlea by means of a sound processing device attached to an osseointegrated titanium fixture implanted posterior to the ear.
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Washington, Feb 16 (ANI): A new study suggests that bone-anchored hearing aids help youth with single-sided deafness.
Chart 7-2: Leading Competitors, Bone-Anchored Hearing Aid Market, U.
The bone-anchored hearing aid compared with conventional hearing aids.
An implant for a bone-anchored hearing aid, if needed, can be inserted during the same operation.
Rafaela will return to England when she is about 17 for more surgery when she'll receive a bone-anchored hearing aid and larger ears which will be permanently screwed on to her head.
These approaches include transcranial sound transmission via high-output in-the-ear or behind-the-ear hearing aids, semi-implantable bone-anchored hearing aids, and conventional contralateral routing of signal (CROS) or bilateral contralateral routing of signal (BiCROS) hearing aids.
Zeitler is skilled in pediatric cochlear implantation, but his clinical interests also include bone-anchored hearing aids (Baha), benign and malignant tumors of the ear and skull base, facial nerve disorders, cholesteatoma and chronic ear disease, ear infections and hearing loss.
The technology can also be used in middle ear implants and bone-anchored hearing aids, and may allow more comfortable open-air hearing aid fittings to be used without feedback.
He now has bone-anchored hearing aids and neither his nursery or school have ever asked him to take them off for photos.