Cochlear implants : January 1983 through March 1988 : 420 citations by Karen Patrias

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Statementprepared by Karen Patrias, Ralph F. Naunton.
GenreBibliography.
SeriesCurrent bibliographies in medicine -- no. 88-3.
ContributionsNaunton, Ralph F., National Library of Medicine (U.S.), NIH Consensus Development Conference on Cochlear Implants (1988 : Bethesda, Md.)
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LC ClassificationsZ6658 .C9 no.88-3
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Pagination21, 4 p.
Number of Pages21
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Open LibraryOL17634428M
OCLC/WorldCa18686670

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Cochlear implants: January through March citations. Bethesda, Md. ( Rockville Pike, Bethesda ): U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, Reference Section, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication: Document Type: Book.

Language: English MeSH: Cochlear Implants* Publication Type(s): Bibliography Notes: "Prepared in support of the NIH Consensus Development Conference on Cochlear Implants, held in Bethesda, MD, May"--P. [i]. "G.P.O. stock no. " Includes index. NLM ID: [Book]. Cochlear implants: January through March citations / prepared by Karen Patrias, Ralph F.

: Karen. Patrias. The Graeme Clark Cochlear Implant Workshop for Japanese Surgeons organised by the Cooperative Research Centre for Cochlear Implant and Hearing Aid Innovation The Graeme Clark Cochlear Scholarship, awarded annually, was established in Australia and the United States to assist people with cochlear implants to undertake tertiary studies.

Citations. See all › 95 86 INFANTS & YOUNG CHILDREN/JANUARY-MARCH & Liu, possess some access to spoken language through hearing aids or cochlear implants (Mayberry. PBCD needs daily care and complications may occur.

In a huge series of patients (n = ) over a 20 years period, Hobson reported a complication rate of 24 % and a revision surgery rate of 12 % [8. Slaney, Malcolm (). "Lyon's Cochlear Model Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Paris, May U.S.

Patent 6, There, he led the speech recognition project. InLyon moved to the Apple Advanced Technology Group and. The performance of cochlear implants, while impressive with regard to restoring speech perception to the severe-to-profoundly hearing impaired, is still less than optimal in the presence of competing sounds or noise (Wilson and Dorman ).Nor does the prosthesis provide a good appreciation of tonal sounds, such as music (McDermott ).A neural engineering approach to.

Clark and colleagues [17, 18] examined the cochlea of one patient who had used three implants over a thirty year period including a prototype device manufactured at the University of Melbourne, a Cochlear ™ Nucleus ® N22 Cochlear Implant using bipolar stimulation, and a Cochlear ™ Nucleus ® CI24 Cochlear Implant that was capable of using.

Prominent Kenyan author Ngugi wa Thiong'o, for example, argues in his book "Decolonizing the Mind" that language is both a medium of communication, as well as a carrier of culture.

As a result, linguistic discrimination resulting from colonization has facilitated the erasure of. Cochlear implants. Despite the relatively limited number of cochlear implant users, there are many studies of their effects on tinnitus.

In a systematic review of the effects of cochlear implantation on tinnitus in patients with bilateral hearing loss, five studies were found which reported on changes in tinnitus after implantation. Based on.

The Preminger study included data on two cochlear implant users and we were not able to separate the data for the hearing aid users only. The remaining studies used the Communication Profile for the Hearing Impaired to measure communication ability (Demorest ), with some choosing to use only the communication strategies subscale of.

The resultant improvement in the electrode-neural interface may lead to clinical improvements for cochlear implant recipients following completion of an upcoming Phase 1 clinical trial.

Cochlear implant combination therapies. Cochlear implant electrode arrays are implanted into the scala tympani of severe-to-profoundly deaf patients. The reduced impedance and antibiofouling studies by Prof. Jin can be valuable for brain neural devices, coronary stents, cochlear implants, and pacemakers.

Published 3 papers on the subject in Acta Biomaterials in recent years of,   The small number of frequency bands was selected to mimic the n-of-m coding strategy for cochlear implants. The number of independent frequency bands for cochlear implant users is.

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In contrast, the standard scores based on children’s CI ages were significantly higher than 85 at 24 months postimplantation: t(20) =p =one-tailed, d = There were no other significant results for the comparisons based on children’s CI age: tsone-tailed, ds.

Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for theJanuary () Issue 6 Influence of bilateral cochlear implants on vocal control.

Abbigail Kirchner, Torrey M. Loucks. The identification of a child's hearing loss is a distressing time for parents, often eliciting intense emotional responses to the diagnosis (Koester & Meadow-Orlans, ).Following these initial responses, parents must undergo a process of adaptation to the various challenges uniquely associated with raising a child who is deaf, which include modifying communication strategies, becoming.

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A modest body of peer-reviewed literature does exist on the epidemiology of cochlear implant complications, with the first large-scale effort in by Cohen et al, 2 which found an overall complication rate (excluding electronic device failure) of % in a sample of operations.

Book Search tips Selecting this option will search all publications across the Scitation platform Selecting this option will search all publications for the Publisher/Society in context. January () Issue 6, December Speech masking release in Hybrid cochlear implant users: Roles of spectral and temporal cues in electric.

Worldwide there are millions of people equipped with “cyborg technology” ranging from prosthetic limb replacements and prosthetic hands controlled by thought [1,2], to neuroprosthetic devices implanted within the brain, and additionally to people equipped with heart pacers or defibrillators, retinal prosthesis and cochlear implants.

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Various aspects of motherese also known as infant-directed speech (IDS) have been studied for many years. As it is a widespread phenomenon, it is suspected to play some important roles in infant development. Therefore, our purpose was to provide an update of the evidence accumulated by reviewing all of the empirical or experimental studies that have been published since on IDS.

J Acoust Soc Am –, Crossref PubMed ISI Google Scholar; Seeber BU, Hafter ER. Breakdown of precedence with cochlear implants—simulations show importance of spectral cues (Abstract). In: Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses Program Book. D27, Google Scholar; Seeber BU, Hafter ER.

A more accurate model of the clinical hearing condition typical of many cochlear implant candidates can be obtained through the use of damaging levels of high-pass noise, which produce a hearing condition with preserved low-frequency and loss of high-frequency sensitivity (Choudhury et al.; Suberman et al.

A future goal is to. The planar lithography approach has evolved over the years to include integrated interconne active electron39,40, cochlear impla42, polytro and three-dimensional arrays.

Intraoperative round window electrocochleography and speech perception outcomes in pediatric cochlear implant recipients. Ear Hear –, doi: /AUD Crossref | PubMed | ISI Google Scholar; Gans DP. Effects of acoustic trauma on the cochlear potentials. J Acoust Soc Am –, doi: /1.

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), which became effective on January 1,   The cochlear implant of cl wherein each of the plurality of optical means, {F i}, comprises at least one of mirrors and lenses. The cochlear implant of cl wherein the optical energy E i generated by the light source L i comprises a pulsed laser beam with a pulse duration, τ i, in a range from 1 μs to 10 ms.

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Eugenic Sterilization in Oregon, –” Reflections of Deaf Mothers on Cochlear Implants. On Mathe Court denied Counterclaimant's motion for summary judgment as to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act ("IDEA") claim 1 but sua sponte stayed the remainder of the case pending a ruling by the Ninth Circuit in K.M.

Tustin Unified Sch. Dist., No. Almost all patients who receive cochlear implants have some acoustic hearing prior to surgery. Electrocochleography (ECoG), or electrophysiological measures of cochlear response to sound, can identify remaining auditory nerve activity that is the basis for this residual hearing and can record potentials from hair cells that are no longer functionally connected to nerve fibers.

Byoverpatients worldwide have received cochlear implants, with this figure increasing at the rate of tens of thousands every year [51]. InChina introduced multiguided cochlear implant technology, which has been popularized throughout the country and benefited overpatients.

Cochlear implants for hearing loss and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) required twenty and forty-two months, respectively, before being approved for Medicare reimbursement. Abstract. The overarching goal of this chapter is to examine attachment formation between deaf infants and their primary caregivers.

Our approach is to consider, through integration of attachment theory with the empirical literature on the development of both hearing and deaf infants, whether and how deafness could negatively impact the development of a secure attachment.

Ayman Kamal is a biomedical engineer, working in the medical field for 10 years and the field of Cochlear Implants for the last 6 years. He was graduated with honor from faculty of engineering in Cairo University and in ; he got a certification from Salus University in the field of Cochlear Implants.

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