Steady-state evoked-potentials (SSEP) in infants: modulation frequency effects [Abstract]
AuthorHogben, N.; Cone-Wesson, B.; Rickards, F. W.; Parker, J.; Clark, Graeme M.
Source TitleAudiology. Scientific program and abstracts of 15th Biennial Symposium of the International Evoked Response Audiometry Study Group
PublisherInternational Evoked Response Audiometry Study Group
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsHogben, N., Cone-Wesson, B., Rickards, F. W., Parker, J., & Clark, G. M. (1997). Steady-state evoked-potentials (SSEP) in infants: modulation frequency effects [Abstract]. In Audiology. Scientific program and abstracts of 15th Biennial Symposium of the International Evoked Response Audiometry Study Group, Memphis,Tennessee.
Access StatusOpen Access
The University of Melbourne experience shows that steady-state evoked-potentials are a sensitive indicator of hearing loss in children and adults (Rance et al., 1996). Cognizant of the effect of stimulus rate upon ABRs in early development (Lasky, 1987, Cone-Wesson et al., 1995), we investigated the effect of modulation frequency (MF) upon the detectability of the SSEP recorded from full-term (FT) neonates and those with a history of prematurity (PM). The influence of gender was also evaluated, as it has been shown to be a significant variable in ABR results (Sininger et al., 1995, Eldredge and Salamy, 1996). Ten male and 9 female FT infants were tested on the second day post partum (range 1-5 days).
Keywordscochlear implant; steady-state evoked-potentials (SSEPs)
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