Clarion cochlear implant

Clarion® cochlear implant

Audiology An implant which bypasses ear damage, sending electric signals directly to the auditory nerve, interpreted by the brain as sounds. See Hearing aid.
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The HiFocus Electrode, part of the Clarion cochlear implant system manufactured by Sylmar, California-based Advanced Bionics Corp., delivers sound information in the form of electrical current to the deafened ear, according to a company spokesman.
The CLARION cochlear implant system by Advanced Bionics Corporation, Sylmar, CA, includes a cochlear stimulator/receiver that is surgically implanted under the skin behind the ear.