Speech perception in noise with cochlear implant and hearing aid for implanted adolescents
AuthorDETTMAN, SHANI; Latus, Katie; Cosson, Liz; Dowell, Richard C.; Clark, Graeme M.
Source TitleCI 2000 - The 6th International Cochlear Implant Conference.
Document TypeConference Item
CitationsDettman, S., Latus, K., Cosson, L., Dowell, R. C., & Clark, G. M. (2000). Speech perception in noise with cochlear implant and hearing aid for implanted adolescents. In CI 2000 - The 6th International Cochlear Implant Conference. Miami Beach.
Access StatusOpen Access
Objective. To describe the open set speech perception performance for 8 congenitally deaf adolescents who use a multichannel cochlear implant and behind-the ear hearing aid as their 'everyday listening' condition. Expanded indication for cochlear implant inclusion has lead to the implantation of a number of persons with severe to profound hearing loss. It has been suggested that persons who have some residual bearing are good candidates for the cochlear implant due to: the presence of more ganglion cells, prior auditory experience, pre-patterning of the auditory cortex or other factors, as yet unknown, such as language experience.
Keywordscochlear implants; paediatric otology; speech perception
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