MED-EL Corporation Company Profile

08:37 EDT 29th August 2015 | BioPortfolio

Since its founders developed one of the world’s first cochlear implants in the 1970s, MED-EL has set new standards in hearing implant technologies, developing and manufacturing technologically advanced hearing solutions for people with varying degrees of hearing loss. MED-EL hearing implant systems, currently used in 96 countries, combine the latest scientific advances, engineering and manufacturing techniques for performance, safety and reliability. MED-EL offers the broadest portfolio of hearing implant systems, including the MAESTRO Cochlear Implant system for those with severe-to-profound sensorineural hearing loss and the unique Vibrant Soundbridge®, a middle ear prosthesis for the treatment of moderate to severe sensorineural hearing loss. The fast-growing medical technology company employs more than 1,000 people worldwide, more than 650 of whom are based at the company’s headquarters in Innsbruck, where R&D and production are located. For more information, visit www.medel.com or call 888-MED-EL-CI (633-3524).


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