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Sunday, April 22nd 2018
16:00 - 17:30 CET
Technical Updates in the Cochlear Implant Industry:
the Nucleus 7 Sound Processor
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Learning results for parents
→ Discover the possibilities opening up with a Nucleus 7 upgrade.
→ Sound management, directional hearing, program selection, wireless accessories, active lifestyle choices, colors and retention options: how does this work with the industry’s smallest behind the ear sound processor?
Learning results for experts
→ An understanding of how using an N7 contributes to better patient outcomes and satisfaction
→ Fitting possibilities and individual options; data logging facilities.
Announcement: next web seminar
About the Topic
→ The choice of sound processor is a significant contributing factor to the quality of hearing perception with a cochlear implant, and thus may impact hearing and speech development.
→ Nucleus 7 is Cochlear’s newest behind the ear sound processor. 25% smaller and 24% lighter than its predecessor, it provides comfort for even the smallest of ears. Thanks to the new chip technology you will benefit from more than 50% more battery life to enjoy long, fulfilling days of hearing.
About the presenter
V. Bakhshinyan graduated from the M. Heratsi Yerevan State Medical University in 1998, Faculty of Pediatrics.
October 2004 – Defence of the PhD-thesis “The objective methods of hearing observations in the diagnosis of different types of hearing loss and in the determination of indication for cochlear implantation”. 2006-2011 – Senior Researcher, Cochlear Implant Center, National Research Center for Audiology and Hearing Rehabilitation, Moscow, Russia. Since 2011 – Head of the Cochlear Implant Center in the Institute. Full member of the International Society of Audiology, Russian Audiological Society and Russian Society of Otorhinolaryngology.
Research experience and interests:
Experimental and clinical Audiology; Cochlear implantation; cochlear implant fitting and estimation of its efficiency; Otology, Otosurgery, Hearing electrophysiology – Acoustically and electrically evoked auditory potentials.
Author of more than 80 publications.