- Published on 02 August 2013
Phonak LLC has awarded the 2013 Cheryl DeConde Johnson Award for outstanding achievement in Educational and Pediatric audiology to Erin C. Schafer, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Speech & Hearing Sciences at the University of Northern Texas.
- Published on 16 July 2013
- Published on 14 May 2013
- Published on 10 April 2013
Advanced Bionics (AB)announced that it received approval by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for Neptune™, the world’s first and only swimmable, waterproof cochlear implant sound processor in Australia.
Warranted for use in oceans, lakes and rivers in addition to pools, baths and showers, Neptune is designed to help cochlear implant recipients hear both in and out of the water. Recipients will no longer have to enclose their processor in a bag or remove it when they swim or bathe, which means they will not miss out on important safety instructions and opportunities for language development because they are not hearing at that time. Parents of pediatric Neptune recipients will appreciate
- Published on 04 April 2013
On the 2nd of April, Danish holding company William Demant announced that it has purchased 100% of the shares in French firm Neurelec SA. The total cost of the acquisition was 57.5 million euros.With this acquisition, the holding company, which also owns the Oticon, Oticon Medical, Bernafon and Sonic Innovations brands amongst others, reiterates its aim of expanding
- Published on 27 March 2013
Advanced Bionics (AB), a global specialist in cochlear implant technology has announced that its next-generation behind-the-ear sound processor is now awaiting regulatory approval. Recipients in the United States, Canada and Europe who choose AB will soon have the option to select the next processor and hear with the latest technology when it is available, according to a company statement.
- Published on 21 March 2013