Daniel Pérez Plasencia

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Cochlear implantation has a significant impact on patients' social life, performance of activities, and self-esteem. The objective of this retrospective study was to assess the health-related quality of life of cochlear implant users aged under and over 60 years by a self-report using the Glasgow Health Status Inventory and the Abbreviated Profile of(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate 1) if air traffic controllers (ATC) perform better than non-air traffic controllers in an open-set speech-in-noise test because of their experience with radio communications, and 2) if high-frequency information (>8000 Hz) substantially improves speech-in-noise perception across populations. MATERIALS AND METHODS The control group(More)
HYPOTHESIS Subjects with normal hearing (NH) experience lower performance in speech understanding in noise when frequency components of speech above 8 kHz are removed. BACKGROUND Previous studies have explored speech perception in noise under various circumstances, but none have been specifically designed to explore the relevance of frequencies above 8(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the hearing threshold and linguistic results of cochlear implanted children aged 10 months to 5 years, when they reached the age of 12. We studied the benefits of sequential bilateral implantation. METHOD AND RESULTS This is an observational, descriptive, transversal study comprising 57 cochlear implanted subjects. We performed a free(More)
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