Effect of stimulation rate on cochlear implant recipients' thresholds and maximum acceptable loudness levels.

@article{Skinner2000EffectOS,
  title={Effect of stimulation rate on cochlear implant recipients' thresholds and maximum acceptable loudness levels.},
  author={Margaret W. Skinner and Laura K. Holden and Timothy A. Holden and Marilyn E Demorest},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={203-13}
}
Clinically, speech processor programs are created using electrical thresholds and maximum acceptable loudness levels (MALs) at several different stimulation rates to determine what rate will provide cochlear implant recipients with the best speech recognition when using fast-rate speech coding strategies. This study was designed to determine the difference in thresholds and MALs (expressed in the clinical unit, Current Level [CL]) for pairs of six rates spanning those available with the Nucleus… CONTINUE READING
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