Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, July 29th, 2005
Study 1: The insertion trauma and intracochlear position of Nuclear Contour cochlear implant electrodes have been characterized.
"In recent years, new designs of cochlear implant electrodes have been introduced in an attempt to improve efficiency and performance by locating stimulation sites closer to spiral ganglion neurons and deeper into the scala tympani," researchers in the United States noted. They performed a study "to document insertion depth, intracochlear position and insertion trauma with the Nucleus Contour electrode and to compare results to those observed with the...
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