Published in Elder Law Weekly, July 26th, 2006
According to a study from Canada, "Different bone-anchored hearing aids (BAHAs) processors have different output vibration characteristics, which depend on the mechanical load and the volume setting. Responses will differ between live heads and dry or plastic skulls. The BAHA is an implantable bone-conduction device."
O. Majdalawieh and colleagues, Dalhousie University, wrote, "Three different BAHA models are available. Their output vibrations have not been reported using a noncontact method with differing impedance loads, including the BAHA fitted patient...
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