Clinical evaluation of the Nucleus® 6 cochlear implant system: Performance improvements with SmartSound iQ

@inproceedings{Mauger2014ClinicalEO,
  title={Clinical evaluation of the Nucleus® 6 cochlear implant system: Performance improvements with SmartSound iQ},
  author={Stefan J. Mauger and Chris Warren and Michelle R Knight and Michael Goorevich and E. H. Nel},
  booktitle={International journal of audiology},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE This paper provides a detailed description of the Nucleus 6 system, and clinically evaluates user performance compared to the previous Nucleus 5 system in cochlear implant recipients. Additionally, it clinically evaluates a range of Nucleus 6 and Nucleus 5 programs to determine the performance benefits provided by new input processing technologies available in SmartSound iQ. DESIGN Speech understanding tests were used to clinically validate the default Nucleus 6 program, by… CONTINUE READING
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