Sonova subsidiary signs liability settlement

Sonova subsidiary signs liability settlement
Advanced Bionics, the United States subsidiary of Swiss hearing aid maker Sonova, has signed settlement agreements covering the majority of liability claims related to defective ear implants. The terms of the settlements reached on Monday were not …

Center for Hearing Research
Djalilian and his colleagues came up with a device that could replace traditional behind-the-ear and noncochlear implantable hearing aids. The “direct drive hearing aid” is … It creates the same sound quality as an implantable hearing aid, but doesn …
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3-D tech promises new dimensions in treatment
In San Jose, Align Technology uses 3-D printing to make its customized Invisalign braces. There are already 3-D printed hearing aids, dental crowns and bone implants readily available. The next step, experts say, is combining 3-D printing with …
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