1. Pittman, A. Bone conduction amplification in children: Stimulation via a percutaneous abutment vs. a transcutaneous softband. Ear Hear (in press).
2. Lunner, T. et al. (2016). Using Speech Recall in Hearing Aid Fitting and Outcome Evaluation Under Ecological Test Conditions. Ear Hear 37 Suppl 1: 145S-154S.
3. Bianchi, F. et al. Benefit of higher maximum force output on listening effort in bone-anchored hearing system users: a pupillometry study. Ear Hear (In press).
Depending on patient indication the perceived benefit may vary.
4. Lunner, T., Rudner, M., Rosenbom, T., Ågren, J., and Ng, E.H.N (2016) Using Speech Recall in Hearing Aid Fitting and Outcome Evaluation Under Ecological Test Conditions. Ear Hear 37 Suppl 1: 145S-154S.
5. Pittman, A.L. (2008). “Short-term word-learning rate in children with normal hearing and children with hearing loss in limited and extended high-frequency bandwidths”. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research. Vol. 51; 785–797. The study included both normal-hearing and hearing-impaired children who were exposed to limited and extended bandwidth. No conclusions can be drawn from this study with regards to Ponto 3.
6. FreeFocus feature test report (2016), Oticon Medical report no 34425-00