Cochlear implants in children: safety as well as speech and language.

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The development of cochlear implants for children at the University of Melbourne and the Bionic Ear Institute, has consisted of a routine of biological and engineering safety followed by evaluation of speech processing strategies on adults before they are undertaken on children. The initial safety studies were to ensure that insertion was atraumatic, the… (More)

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@article{Clark2003CochlearII, title={Cochlear implants in children: safety as well as speech and language.}, author={Graeme M. Clark}, journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology}, year={2003}, volume={67 Suppl 1}, pages={S7-20} }