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Objective measures in cochlear implants

Michelle L. Hughes

Objective measures in cochlear implants

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Published by Plural in San Diego .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cochlear Implants,
  • Auditory Evoked Potentials,
  • Treatment Outcome

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMichelle L. Hughes
    SeriesCore clinical concepts in audiology, Core clinical concepts in audiology
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25340043M
    ISBN 101597564354
    ISBN 109781597564359
    LC Control Number2012021004

    Kiessling, J. Use of telehealth for research and clinical measures in cochlear implant recipients: A validation study. Hearing Research ; [Epub ahead of print] doi. Audiology Online, November 6,Article Evaluating the feasibility of using remote technology for cochlear implants. Audiology and Neurotology, 9 4

    It is not exhaustive but broadly covers how objective measures and imaging can help at different stages of implantation to understand sound transmission through the auditory pathway. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 55 5 Humes, L. Brainstem responses The eABR wave V can also be used to estimate psychophysical fitting levels, although it has the disadvantage that the technique is more complex, but the responses are reliable. Otology Neurotology ;

    Ear and Hearing, 22, More specifically, we explore the use of existing objective quality and intelligibility metrics, applied directly to vocoded speech degraded by room reverberation, here assessed at ten different reverberation time RT60 values: 0 s, 0. Finally we will look at advances for the future including neural growth factors and drug therapies. The text reviews clinical protocols for cochlear implant management; programming considerations for bilateral cochlear implant; troubleshooting during the programming process; device- specific programming techniques; use of objective measures to set cochlear implant programs; use of FM and assistive listening devices with cochlear implants; and providing support to difficult-to-program users, such as infants, cognitively-impaired individuals, persons with disabilities, and so forth.


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Objective measures in cochlear implants by Michelle L. Hughes Download PDF Ebook

The relation between auditory-nerve temporal responses and perceptual rate integration in cochlear implants. References Bourland-Hicks, C. Effects of stimulus polarity and artifact reduction method on the electrically evoked compound action potential.

Programming Cochlear Implants is Back in a Revised Second Edition

Objective measures in cochlear implants book A comparison of computer versus human methods of ECAP threshold determination. This is especially useful in cases of auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder, hypoplastic cochlear nerves and certain neurological conditions.

Attention and effort. The latency and amplitude of the P1 peak in the cortical response can be used as a developmental biomarker for the postimplantation maturation of the auditory system in children. Clinical evaluation of an image guided cochlear implant programming strategy.

Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter Sign up now. J Speech Lang Hear Res, 53, 18— In some clinical cases the implant team require confidence that the auditory system will respond to the electrical stimulation before implantation. Course instructors might need to supplement reading on this topic for advanced scholarship or teaching purposes.

Humes, L. Brainstem responses The eABR wave V can also be used to estimate psychophysical fitting levels, although it has the disadvantage that the technique is more complex, but the responses are reliable. Excitation patterns of simultaneous and sequential dual electrode stimulation in cochlear implant recipients.

Wolfe provides clinical services for children and adults with hearing loss. Shows the traces for determining the BIC.

A large part of these shortcuts are due to poor 3rd party reimbursement; but also it's a bit troubling that the ramifications of the CI audiologist taking these shortcuts in terms of patient performance is not fully discussed in this book, i.

Determining electrically evoked compound action potential thresholds: A comparison of computer versus human analysis methods. Techniques for remotely programming children with cochlear implants using pediatric audiological methods via telepractice.

A validity assessment of telehealth for clinical and research measures in CIs. Psychophysical and physiological measures of electrical-field interaction in cochlear implants.

Channel interaction patterns with simultaneous stimulation: psychophysical and physiological measures.

Programming Cochlear Implants

Nucleus News, Summer Issue. With such measures Objective measures in cochlear implants book maturation process can be monitored post-implantation and intervention provided accordingly. The eCAP measurements implemented in clinical software can be used to measure spread of excitation SoE.

The use Objective measures in cochlear implants book color illustrations throughout increases the book's effectiveness.vi Cochlear Implants: 18 objective measures of Cochlear Implant Function Jace Wolfe Introduction Electrophysiologic Measures Electrical Measures This book is intended to be a practical, “how-to” book.

For each of the implantable hearing technolo. Nov 21,  · For those from an ENT background, the detailed audiological measures related to cochlear implants have traditionally been seen as the domain of audiological scientists.

What this book does is to invite the inexperienced reader to understand the basic science, non-physiological objective measures and physiological measures, in a very simplistic Cited by: 6.

With current information on cochlear implant technology, Programming Cochlear Implants, Second Edition, a volume in the Core Clinical Concepts in Audiology Series, is a valuable guide for clinicians providing services to cochlear implant users or as a teaching tool for graduate-level students.Jul 13,  · Objective Measures in Cochlear Implants - Pdf written by Michelle Hughes.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Objective Measures in Cochlear Implants.5/5(1).It is therefore vital that objective measures are available in order to evaluate the device and auditory system function, set the programming parameters, and even assess performance.

This book covers cochlear implant objective measures used before, during and after surgery.This study validates a novel approach to ebook speech intelligibility for Cochlear Implant ebook (CIs) in reverberant environments. More specifically, we explore the use of existing objective quality and intelligibility metrics, applied directly to vocoded speech degraded by room reverberation, here assessed at ten different reverberation time (RT60) values: 0 s, s - s ( s Cited by: 7.