bone conduction


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bone conduction

n.
The process by which sound waves are transmitted to the inner ear by the cranial bones without traveling through the air in the ear canal.
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100 sets of bone-anchored implant for the bone conduction hearing aid with a sound processor - magnetic system (without percutaneous attachment) with a processor capable of prosthesis of a patient with mixed hearing loss with a receiving component (average hearing loss for tonal audiometry) up to 45 or 55 or 65db hl
A new semi-implantable transcutaneous bone conduction device: Clinical, surgical, and audiologic outcomes in patients with congenital ear canal atresia.
The bone conduction implantable hearing aid usually requires the patient to have a skull thickness of at least 8 millimetres; the young patient's skull was 1.
Usually bone conduction implantable hearing aid requires the patient to have a skull thickness of at least 8 millimetres, however, the young patient's skull was 1.
The researchers have the bone conduction speaker play a signal covering a broad frequency spectrum.
T Test calculator for two independent means was used to know the significance between the study group and control group using the data of Air conduction and bone conduction thresholds at frequencies 4KHZ, 6KHZ, 10KHZ, 12KHZ, 14KHZ and 16KHZ.
The difference between the air and bone conduction thresholds is termed the air-bone gap.
Cochlear said that the Baha 5 Sound Processor is the smallest bone conduction sound processor in the industry.
Products include hearing systems for cochlear, bone conduction and acoustic implants.
Using bone conduction tech to enable you to hear sound - there are no speakers