Sophistication in Design:
Meet the World’s Most Advanced Cochlear Implant System
BEST OVERALL MEDICAL DEVICE SOLUTION
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Designed for Optimal Hearing Experience
Sophisticated yet incredibly strong, the award-winning HiRes Ultra 3D cochlear implant delivers the proven benefits of clearer speech¹ and a broader range of sound². It is designed to exceed industry standards for impact resistance³, allowing you to enjoy life’s adventures without hesitation.
From the implant to the processor to the accessories, our Advanced Bionics cochlear implant system is designed for life. Whether it’s listening to a live performance, talking to a friend or relative on the phone, participating in a meeting or in a classroom, playing sports, or simply enjoying the sounds of the world around you, each feature we offer is built for seamless integration into your daily activities.
The Latest Technology in Cochlear Implants for Full Living and Hassle-Free MRIs
With our HiRes Ultra 3D cochlear implant, you can treat an MRI like any other standard medical examination
Our innovative multi-magnet assembly design provides alignment to the magnetic field, so there’s no pain and discomfort during an MRI
The only thing that you have to do to get an MRI is to take off the sound processor and put it back on after the MRI examination
Designed to accommodate signal processing improvements and easy compatibility with all future product enhancements
HiRes Ultra 3D Cochlear Implants For a Life Without Limits
Reliable, High-Quality Hearing SolutionsFor A Lifetime Of Better Hearing
At Advanced Bionics, we’re dedicated to providing the highest quality hearing products and comprehensive, custom services so everyone can experience the joy of hearing and stay connected to the sounds, people and activities they love.
Our commitment to providing the best and most reliable hearing performance possible for our implant recipients drives everything we do. And the trust they place in us to deliver it inspires us to act with integrity and transparency as we design, test and build durable, future-proof products that work for them throughout their entire lives.
I enjoy chatting with my friends in school and with my family at home I am able to hear everything now with my AB cochlear implant.
Rhea Ghai AB Recipient
Going back to work after implantation is a pleasure. I look forward to meeting new people as I am able to understand and speak to them. EVen meetings and conferences have become easier
Ravi Anand AB Recipient
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- Firszt JB, Koch DB, Downing M, Litvak L. (2007) Current steering creates additional pitch percepts in adult cochlear implant recipients. Otology and Neurotology, 28(5):629-636.
- EN 45502-2-3:2010. Active Implantable Medical Devices. Particular Requirements for Cochlear and Auditory Brainstem Implant Systems.2019
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- Frisch CD, Carlson ML, Lane JI, Driscoll CL; Evaluation of a new mid-scala cochlear implant electrode using microcomputed tomography. Laryngoscope. 2015 Dec;125(12):2778-83
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- Dietz A, Gazibegovic D, Tervaniemi J, Vartiainen VM, Löppönen H; Insertion characteristics and placement of the Mid-Scala electrode array in human temporal bones using detailed cone beam computed tomography. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol. 2016 Dec;273(12):4135-4143
- Benghalem A, Gazibegovic D, Saadi F, Tazi-Chaoui Z; Use of a mid-scala and a lateral wall electrode in children: insertion depth and hearing preservation. Acta Otolaryngol. 2017 Jan;137(1):1-7
- Olga Stakhovskaya, corresponding author Divya Sridhar, Ben H. Bonham, and Patricia A. Leake; Frequency Map for the Human Cochlear Spiral Ganglion: Implications for Cochlear Implants. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2007 Jun; 8(2): 220–233
- Global Implant Reliability Report