You may still be able to hear some sounds, but it has gotten harder to hear conversations in both quiet and noisy situations. You can still hear barks and honks, but you can’t hear whistles and chirps, which are high-frequency sounds.
High-frequency sounds help you distinguish words and detect emotion. Without them, words merge together – making what you do hear jumbled and difficult to understand.
Cochlear offers the industry's first Hybrid Hearing* solution.
See what the experts have to say about
the Cochlear™ Nucleus® Hybrid™ Implant System**
*The Acoustic Component should only be used when behavioral audiometric thresholds can be obtained and the recipient
can provide feedback regarding sound quality.
**The Hybrid L24 Implant is approved in the US only for adults 18 and older.
Cochlear Hybrid Hearing uses acoustic amplification to improve the hearing you may have after surgery, while taking advantage of cochlear implant technology to restore access to the hearing you're missing. The result can be improved sound quality and speech recognition.
When compared to hearing aids alone, Cochlear Nucleus Hybrid Implant System recipients reported:
Many insurance companies cover the Cochlear Nucleus Hybrid Implant System for patients who qualify. Visit a Hearing Implant Specialist to be evaluated and determine whether the Hybrid Implant System may be a solution for you.
The Nucleus Hybrid Implant System makes everything crisp and clear. I asked my husband what sounds I was hearing. He said that’s a bird and that’s silverware clanging against the plate. If I had to choose two words to describe this experience, they would be Miraculous and Life-Changing.
— Ellen, Nucleus Hybrid Implant System Recipient
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1. FDA Panel Sponsor Executive Summary, Nucleus Hybrid L24 Implant System [Internet]. 2013 November 8 [cited 2014 June 5]. Available from: http://www.fda.gov/downloads/AdvisoryCommittees/CommitteesMeetingMaterials/