Sonova receives FDA approval for new technology

On Wednesday, the US authorities approved new technology from Sonova subsidiary Advanced Bionics and its partner Phonak, which is directed towards cochlear implant wearers.

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Swiss hearing aid firm Sonova is launching two new sound processors for adults and children who use cochlear implants, the firm announced on Thursday morning.

Prior to the launch, Sonova's US subsidiary Advanced Bionics and its partner Phonak have received approval from the the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the two sound processors Naida CI Marvel and Sky CI Marvel, which are directed at cochlear implant users.

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