This is the official audio podcast of MED-EL. This podcast is designed as a learning tool and is a convenient way for professionals to update themselves on the new developments in hearing solutions. Join our channel and be the first to hear what we are up to.
A User’s Perspective on the BONEBRIDGE System
In this final podcast episode, Kevin Vukovich, an Audiologist from the USA, tells us his experience as a SAMBA 2 user and BCI 602 implant recipient. Kevin shares his story— what led him to choose the BONEBRIDGE System, and how this choice has impacted his life.
SAMBA 2 - Hearing Made Simple
This episode will introduce the latest audio processor for the VIBRANT SOUNDBRIDGE and BONEBRIDGE, the SAMBA 2. Marina Brunnhofer, Product Manager at MED-EL, will talk about the philosophy behind SAMBA 2, the new features of the device and what clinicians and users can look forward to.
A Surgeon’s Perspective on BONEBRIDGE Implantation3
In this episode Dr. Henning Frenzel from Germany, shares with us his experience as a surgeon using the BONEBRIGE System. He also shares his take on the differences between the BCI 601 and BCI 602 and why he chooses the BONEBRIDGE System for his patients.
Always a Step Ahead: The New BCI 602 Implant
In this episode, Christine Muehloecker, a Senior Product Manager responsible for the BONEBRIDGE System at MED-EL talks about the new bone conduction implant, the BCI 602. She shares the new features of the implant and how it compares to the BCI 601.
BONEBRIDGE – An amazing chapter in Bone Conduction Technology
In this first episode of the series: “BONEBRIDGE – Inspiring Technology, Proven Concept, Continuous Innovation,” Alexander Hofer, Head of Product Management at MED-EL, shares an overview of the BONEBRIDGE System and its history. You will hear how the BONEBRIDGE developed over the years and how the ground-breaking technology behind it works.
Anatomy-Based Fitting for Your Patients: The Next Steps
How can you start with anatomy-based fitting in your clinic? Jennifer Robinson, Senior Product Manager, and Peter Nopp, Director of Signal Processing Research, share how you can take your fittings to a whole new level by easily incorporating anatomy-based fitting into your clinical workflow.