Routine audiometric findings can be used to identify patients who are likely to meet CI candidacy upon formal testing.
Articles tagged with "cochlear implants"
These studies demonstrate signicant benefit of bimodal stimulation over a single CI
Implantation of the poorer ear has raised concerns that the implant could be less beneficial in an auditory system that has been long deprived of stimulation
George Wanna, MD, and Hinrich Staecker, MD, PhD, are winners of the Triological Society’s Mosher and Fowler Awards, respectively, for excellence in otolaryngological candidate theses
Do the costs and benefits of cochlear implantation differ between infants and older children? Background: While many studies show more rapid auditory and cognitive development in early cochlear implantation, other studies report little difference in outcomes in a small sample of children, some implanted before 12 months of age and others implanted later. Additionally, the development […]
What are the effects of cochlear implants (CIs) on language among children with disabilities? Background: Early implantation of a CI in children with typical development is strongly associated with improved outcomes. There are few studies, however, showing the effects of CI among children with additional disabilities, making decision-making and standards of care difficult for families […]