V. Pudová

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The objective of the present study was to determine the thresholds of electrically evoked short-latent auditory potentials by the mathematical method and to elucidate the relationship between these parameters and the subjective maximally comfortable levels in the patients undergoing cochlear implantation. The electrically evoked short-latent auditory(More)
Hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP) is one of the most serious complications in patients staying in intensive care units. This multicenter study of Czech patients with HAP aimed at assessing the clonality of bacterial pathogens causing the condition. Bacterial isolates were compared using pulsed-field gel electrophoresis. Included in this study were 330(More)
Updated models of cochlear implants provide good speech audibility and thus complete rehabilitation of children who have lost hearing after learning speech. All the children who lost hearing before learning speech can hear sounds of normal loudness and orient in sound media by means of cochlear implant. However, they need long-term audio-vocal(More)
Four laws of the spectrum division into frequency bands programmed into the implant Combi-40 were applied. After processing of the speech tables using specially developed program, frequency-restricted speech signal was obtained. It contained 8 bands covering 50 Hz each. These were central frequencies of band filters of the speech processor. Training was(More)
There are significant differences in hearing perception of normal and cochlear implanted individuals. Though the implant processor changes time and frequency characteristics of the speech signal, some implanted patients are able to adapt to their new perception and to return to full understanding of live speech. We make the attempt to understand how the(More)
The only method of hearing rehabilitation for patients with severe hypoacusis and peripheral deafness is cochlear implantation consisting of insertion of electrodes into the scala tympani and direct electric impulse stimulation of the auditory nerve adjusted to the input acoustic signal. Only few such operations have been performed in this country. Much(More)
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