Australians develop bionic baby ear
This article was originally published in Clinica
A bionic ear small enough to be used on patients under two years old is to begin trials in Australia in the next few months. The device, developed by Professor Graeme Clark and colleagues at Melbourne University, is around half the size of an adult implant and sits flat on the baby's skull. Worldwide trials are being planned.(
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