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.
After much research, Lynch consulted with his physicians and decided on the Clarion cochlear implant by Advanced Bionics.
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.