With a cochlear implant, it is essential to choose the best hearing solution for today and for the future. That’s why reliability is so important.
What you'll find on this page
- How we design Cochlear™ Nucleus implants.
- The importance of reliability.
Cochlear Nucleus implants
We design Cochlear Nucleus implants to give the recipients their best possible hearing performance for today and for the future.
Our industry leading cochlear implants are based on more than 35 years of research and innovation. Our devices are designed to suit the unique anatomy of recipient's ear and give them their best possible hearing outcomes.
When someone is deciding on a hearing implant for themselves or their child, we understand they want the best - for today and over time.
We meet and report against the independent global standards for implant reliability, publishing data for every implant generation, past and present.1-4
So, when someone chooses a Cochlear Nucleus implant, they can trust that they have chosen the most reliable in the world.5
Discover the importance of implant reliability.
The world's most chosen implants
With more than 440,000 registered Cochlear Nucleus Implants worldwide, when an adult or child chooses Cochlear, they're joining the largest community of cochlear implant recipients in the world.5
Please seek advice from your health professional about treatments for hearing loss. Outcomes may vary, and your health professional will advise you about the factors which could affect your outcome. Always follow the directions for use. Not all products are available in all countries. Please contact your local Cochlear representative for product information.
Views expressed are those of the individual. Consult your health professional to determine if you are a candidate for Cochlear technology.
- International Standard ISO 5841-2. Implants for Surgery – Cardiac Pacemakers – Part 2: Reporting of Clinical Performance of Populations of Pulse Generators or Leads. Geneva (Switzerland): International Organization for Standardization. 2000.
- International standard ISO 5841-2. Implants for Surgery – Cardiac Pacemakers – Part 2: Reporting of Clinical Performance of Populations of Pulse Generators or Leads. Geneva (Switzerland): International Organization for Standardisation.2014.
- European Consensus Statement on Cochlear Implant Failures and Explanations. Otol Neurotol. 2005 Nov;26(6):1097-9.
- Battmer RD, Backous DD, Balkany TJ, Briggs RJ, Gantz BJ, van Hassell A, et al. International Classification of Reliability for Implanted Cochlear Implant Receiver Stimulators. Otol Neurotol.2010 Oct;31(8):1190-3.
- Cochlear Limited. D1712144. Cochlear Nucleus Reliability Report (Simplified), Volume 18, December 2019. 2020, Mar.