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A cochlear implant is a hearing solution that takes over the function of damaged nerve cells in the inner ear. Unlike hearing aids, cochlear implants do not amplify sounds. Instead, they process the sound signal electronically and use tiny electrical pulses to stimulate the hearing nerve in the inner ear.
ELECTRIC ACOUSTIC STIMULATION
Some individuals benefit from proper hearing aid amplification, but only in the low frequencies. This is usually referred to as partial deafness, or high-frequency hearing loss.
EAS is the combination of two technologies: a cochlear implant for the high frequencies, and acoustic amplification for the low frequencies.