Earlier age at the time of cochlear implantation in congenitally deafened children has been demonstrated to be significantly correlated to improved outcomes.
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Successes include benefits in speech perception abilities significantly better than those in the preoperative best-aided condition.
Recent improvements in technology have made cochlear implants accessible to a new set of deserving patients—those with some residual hearing
Bilaterally implanted patients benefit significantly in difficult everyday listening situations
A panel of experts at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting discuss options in unilateral versus bilateral hearing loss
Routine audiometric findings can be used to identify patients who are likely to meet CI candidacy upon formal testing.
These studies demonstrate signicant benefit of bimodal stimulation over a single CI
In this study, the Nucleus Hybrid S8 provided improved word understanding in quiet and noise
A new computer program may be able to predict which hearing-impaired children treated with cochlear implants will develop effective language skills two years after implantation
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