As a best practice, it is reasonable to consider a sequential interventional approach for SSD patients
Articles tagged with "single-sided deafness"
This article was originally published in The Laryngoscope. 2013;123:304-305. Background Current trends in auditory rehabilitation for single-sided deafness (SSD) reflect a renewed interest in the functional impact of unilateral hearing loss and also in the advances in technologies for SSD that make interventions more effective and more appealing to patients. Clinicians are now equipped with […]
Counseling from otolaryngologists and mental health professionals, coupled with technology, can help patients with unilateral hearing loss take an active role in their recovery
For the long-term use of a bone-anchored hearing device for single-sided deafness or profound unilateral sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL), what are the perceived benefits, complications and device malfunction rate? Background: For the condition of single-sided deafness or profound unilateral SNHL, there are limited rehabilitation options. These options include a CROS (contralateral routing of signals) hearing aid […]