This presentation will introduce the telemetry measurements available in the Nucleus Cochlear Implant System, including impedance and Neural Response Telemetry or NRT. We will present the basics of measuring both impedance and NRT and discuss their uses in a clinical setting
*This course is no longer offered for CEUs.*
Course created on January 27, 2022
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Regional Clinical Training Manager
Amy Donaldson is an Audiologist and Professional Education Manager for Cochlear Americas. She received her Master’s Degree in Audiology from the State University of New York at Buffalo and her AuD from the University of Florida. She was privileged to begin her career as a pediatric audiologist and gain extensive clinical experience in implantable hearing devices at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and at the Manchester Cochlear Implant Programme in the United Kingdom. After working for several years as an Educational Audiologist and Technical Support Audiologist in the hearing aid industry, she returned to hearing implants and Cochlear in 2011.
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