5 valuable reads on Cochlear’s latest innovations


Professional perspectives: A closer look at remote care solutions

During a recent live webinar, a panel of audiology professionals shared their experiences with Cochlear’s remote service solutions. The panel discussion is now available as a standalone downloadable audio file.

AudiologyOnline interview: Introducing Custom Sound® Pro – Cochlear’s next generation CI fitting software

Kyle Longwell, Product Manager of Software and Clinical Care at Cochlear Americas, explores technicalities of Cochlear’s new fitting software and its assessment features.

Expert opinion: Kanso® 2 Sound Processor first impressions

Dr. Allison Biever, AuD at Rocky Mountain Ear Center, shares her initial experiences with the new Kanso 2 Sound Processor. She discusses benefits of off-the-ear sound processors and connectivity considerations.

AudiologyOnline interview: Expanding Possibilities for Pediatrics: A New Indication for the Cochlear™ Nucleus® Implant System

Megan Mears, audiologist and Clinical Project Manager at Cochlear Americas, discusses the implications of the new indication for professionals and recipients, such as positively impacting spoken language outcomes.1,2

Recent innovation powering the Smart Hearing Alliance

The Smart Hearing Alliance, a unique collaboration between Cochlear and ReSound, highlights the ease of providing a bimodal solution for your patients. The partnership provides connectivity solutions that work together with both the ReSound hearing aid and the Nucleus cochlear implant.

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1. Ching TYC, Dillon H, Leigh G, Cupples L. Learning from the Longitudinal Outcomes of Children with Hearing Impairment (LOCHI) study: summary of 5-year findings and implications. Int J Audiol. (2018 May); 57(sup2).

2. Ching TYC and Dillon H. Major Findings of the LOCHI study on children at 3 years of age and implications for audiological management. Int J Audiol. (2013 Dec); 52:sup2, S6-S68

For compatibility information and devices visit www.Cochlear.com/compatibility and resound.com/compatibility

For a list of compatible ReSound hearing aids visit www.Cochlear.com/nucleus/compatibility

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