Conductive Hearing Loss in Children: Conventional Hearing Aids or MED-EL Bone Conduction Solutions?


25 April 2024, 14:00 - 14:30, (UTC +2:00)

Lic. Natalia Rossi, Clinical Support Specialist, BU VIBRANT
Hearing impairment is common in children and early intervention is necessary to facilitate appropriate development. Among hearing impaired children, the majority suffer from conductive hearing loss. As these types of hearing losses are usually moderate and sometimes unilateral, many of these children might suffer for a long time before their impairment is recognized and a solution is found. Bone conduction devices can provide these children with a stable and reliable solution for their hearing loss at an early stage.