Supporting Sophono™ and Transcutaneous Bone Conduction Hearing

There is a growing body of evidence from otolaryngologists and surgeons that patients with transcutaneous bone conduction hearing devices enjoy the benefits achieved by percutaneous devices – and without the visible abutment protruding from the skull or the complications associated with percutaneous surgeries.


Clinical Summaries

Bone Conduction Hearing devices compared

Mark J. Syms, principal investigator, Published Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2014 May, Presented at the Politzer Society Meeting, Nov.16, 2013 in Antalya, Turkey

Implantable Auditory Devices

Darius Kohan, MD, principal investigator, Presented at the Ultimate Colorado Midwinter Meeting, Meeting, Feb. 3, 2015 in Vail, Colorado

SophonoTM in Children

Drew M. Horlbeck, MD and Christine Cook, MS, CCC-A Presented at the Politzer Society Meeting, Nov 16, 2013 in Antalya, Turkey

SophonoTM Systems in Radical Cavities

Giuseppe Magliulo, Rosaria Turchetta, Giannicola Iannella, Mario Ciniglio Appiani, and Marco de Vincentiis Presented at the Politzer Society Meeting, November 16, 2013 in Antalya, Turkey

SophonoTM Systems in 11 SSD Cases in Texas

Andrew de Jong, MD, Presented at the Politzer Society Meeting, November 16, 2013 in Antalya, Turkey

SophonoTM Systems in 5 pediatric cases in Philadelphia

Sri Kiran Chennupati, principal investigator, Published Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2014 May

SophonoTM Systems in 15 Pediatric Cases in France

Denoyelle Françoise, Leboulanger N, Coudert C, Mazzaschi O, Loundon N, Vicaut E, Tessier N, Garabedian EN. Presented at the Politzer Society Meeting, Nov 16, 2013 in Antalya, Turkey


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