1 edition of Cochlear implants found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|
|Publishers||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|Auditory physiology and perception / Bradford J. May and John K. Niparko Brain plasticity : the impact of the environment on the brain as it relates to hearing and deafness / David K. Ryugo, Elizabeth E. Redd, and Charles J. Limb The epidemiology of hearing loss : how prevalent is hearing loss? / John K. Niparko and Yuri Agrawal The pathology and etiology of sensorineural hearing loss and implications for cochlear implantation / Mark Almond and David J. Brown Correlates of sensorineural hearing loss and their effects on hearing aid benefit and implications for cochlear implantation / Ryan M. Carpenter The history of cochlear implants / Marc D. Eisen The design of cochlear implants / Blake S. Wilson and Michael F. Dorman Assessment of candidacy for cochlear implantation / John K. Niparko, Cristiano Lingua, and Ryan M. Carpenter Parental response to the diagnosis of hearing loss / Nancy K. Mellon Maternal attachment and adjustment : impact on child outcomes / Nancy K. Mellon Psychosocial development of deaf children / Nancy K. Mellon Motor skills in childhood deafness / Betty Schopmeyer Medical and surgical aspects of cochlear implantation / Debara L. Tucci and Thomas M. Pilkington Vestibular function and cochlear implantation / Charles C. Della Santina Clinical investigations of cochlear implant performance / Karen Iler Kirk and Sangsook Choi Music perception in cochlear implant users / Patrick J. Donnelly and Charles J. Limb Outcomes in cochlear implantation: assessment of quality-of-life impact and economic evaluation of the benefits of the cochlear implant in relation to costs / Frank R. Lin, John K. Niparko, and Howard W. Francis Language and speech acquisition / Nancy K. Mellon Reading and deafness / Betty Schopmeyer Rehabilitation for the hearing impaired : an historical perspective / Mark Ross Rehabilitation after cochlear implantation / Amy McConkey Robbins Education and childhood deafness : changing choices and new challenges / Sue Archbold and Gerard ODonoghue Classroom strategies for early learners with cochlear implants / Mary OLeary Kane ... [et al.] The cultural implications of cochlear implantation / John K. Niparko Implications of parental choice of communication mode : understanding the options / Nancy K. Mellon.|
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The patient will then return for regular appointments to adjust the implant for optimal hearing. It lies close to where the surgeon needs to place the implant, and thus it can be injured during the surgery.
The decades-long path to today included four steps:• However evidence shows that Deaf children who sign well do better academically. Cost of a Cochlear Implant - 2021 Healthcare Costs Search thousands of topics on CostHelper How much does cost?
Most cochlear implants come with a three-year warranty and it can cover any repairs and maintenance. Cochlear Implants: A remarkable past and a brilliant future. The brain interprets those signals as sounds, though these sounds won't be just like normal hearing. The implant procedure usually lasts between two and five hours. For more information on the risk of meningitis in cochlear recipients, see the nearby Useful Links. Last medically reviewed Cochlear implants February 27, 2020.
You should have complete knowledge regarding your hearing problem as well as procedures prior to Cochlear implants surgery. Why and what can I do about it? Each manufacturer has adapted some of the successful innovations of the other companies to its own devices.
And the electrodes are connected to a device that's underneath the skin in the scalp.
One theory, the place theory, says the cochlea responds greater to a simple tone at one place along its length.
The Gift of Hearing lists organizations that provide financial assistance for people who want a cochlear implant.