12-month post-operative results for older children using sequential bilateral implants.
AuthorGalvin, KL; Mok, M; Dowell, RC; Briggs, RJ
Source TitleEar Hear
AffiliationAudiology and Speech Pathology
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Document TypeJournal Article
CitationGalvin, KL; Mok, M; Dowell, RC; Briggs, RJ, 12-month post-operative results for older children using sequential bilateral implants., Ear Hear, 2007, 28 (2 Suppl), pp. 19S - 21S
Access StatusOpen Access
Within a long-term project investigating the perceptual benefits of bilateral implants, six children aged 5 to 15 yr received a second implant. Parent reports of functional performance were collected, and localization and spondee discrimination in noise was assessed. Outcomes varied from no benefit to significant benefit, although no improvement in localization was demonstrated. A major proportion of the benefit was likely due to headshadow effect. Success did not correlate with hearing aid use, age, time between implants, or second implant experience.
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