Cochlear implant leads and accessories
Connevans are now stocking accessories and replacement leads for connecting radio systems to various implant processors. The initial balancing of the radio aid should be carried out by the implant centre who will also decide when it is appropriate for a radio aid to be used.
Radio aids can provide considerable benefit to cochlear implant users by improving the signal to noise ratio of the sound presented to the processor.
Click here to visit the Resources section of the Ear Foundation's Sounding Board website which has lots of practical information about how to connect many fm radio aids to the different models of cochlear implant processor.
Click herefor information about the use of Phonak fm systems with Cochlear Implants and Bahas.
COCHLEAR IMPLANT QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Do I set an fmGenie receiver to direct input for use with a cochlear implant processor?
have turned up the fmGenie receiver but the user says that it isn't any louder and when the teacher stops talking it gets very noisy. Why is this happening?
I have turned up the fmGenie receiver but the user says that the sound is actually quieter, why is that happening?
When should a radio aid be used with a cochlear implant?
When using a radio aid is it alright to turn off the transmitter when the teacher isn't talking to the whole class?
When using a radio aid with a cochlear implant processor, it is important to ensure that it is correctly set up with the specific processor. Once set by the implant centre, a Connevans Output Level Setter (OLS) is invaluable to measure the exact level that the radio aid has been set at.
The OLS may then be used both for routine testing and for setting up a replacement radio aid without the need to revisit the implant centre.
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