Hanna Brockmeier

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CONCLUSION This study demonstrates that electric acoustic stimulation (EAS(®)) using the FLEX(EAS) electrode is a successful treatment method for preservation and stability of low frequency hearing, and results in significant improvements in speech perception. OBJECTIVES Low frequency hearing preservation and stability following EAS surgery with the(More)
CONCLUSION This study demonstrates that electric-acoustic stimulation (EAS) significantly decreases the subjective impairment in speech perception. OBJECTIVES To assess the subjective benefit of EAS over the first 12 months after EAS fitting using the Abbreviated Profile of Hearing Aid Benefit (APHAB). METHOD Twenty-three EAS users, implanted with(More)
BACKGROUND Full audiological monitoring is the best strategy to detect hearing loss early and to provide timely intervention in the absence of a clinical method of otoprotection. Full monitoring requires audiological evaluation before, and then during and after ototoxic cancer treatment. In a worldwide context of monitoring protocols that vary(More)
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