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This systematic review is designed to (a) describe measures used to quantify vocal development in pediatric cochlear implant (CI) users, (b) synthesize the evidence on prelinguistic vocal development in young children before and after cochlear implantation, and (c) analyze the application of the current evidence for evaluating change in vocal development before and after cochlear implantation for young children. Investigations of prelinguistic vocal development after cochlear implantation are only beginning...
The authors conducted a systematic review of the literature and meta-analyses to assess the influence of family environment on language development in children with cochlear implants.
Differential sensitivity of intensity is known to be important for the perception of the relative distance of sounds in the environment, emotions of speakers, and localize sounds. However, a few features in listening devices, such as cochlear implants, used by individuals with hearing loss alter the output intensity heard by them. This makes soft sounds loud and loud sounds soft. Hence, the aim of the present study was to compare the intensity discrimination of children using cochlear implants with that of ...
The objective of this study was to investigate the development of consonant inventory and accuracy in pediatric cochlear implant (CI) recipients and compare their performance to typical hearing (TH) children.
Despite early bilateral cochlear implantation, children with congenital deafness do not develop accurate spatial hearing; we thus asked whether auditory brain networks are disrupted in these children. EEG responses were evoked unilaterally and bilaterally in 13 children with normal hearing and 16 children receiving bilateral cochlear implants simultaneously. Active cortical areas were estimated by the Time Restricted Artifact and Coherent source Suppression (TRACS) beamformer and connected cortical areas we...
The aim of this longitudinal follow-up study was to explore the trajectories of early auditory and language development in Mandarin speaking children younger than 3 years of age following switch-on of their cochlear implants (CIs).
The primary aim of the current study was to examine the social maturity of infants and children with cochlear implants in China. A secondary aim was to document the associated information using a General Condition Questionnaire for further cohort study in this population.
The present study aims to assess the emotional experiences, specifically parenting stress, of mothers of children with cochlear implants (CIs), and their children's language development before surgery and at three and six months after CI activation.
Previous research has shown that children with cochlear implants (CIs) encounter more communication difficulties than their normal-hearing (NH) peers in kindergarten and elementary schools. Yet, little is known about the potential listening difficulties that children with CIs may experience during secondary education. The aim of this study was to investigate the listening difficulties of children with a CI in mainstream secondary education and to compare these results to the difficulties of their NH peers a...
In this paper, we analyse how Italian-speaking children with cochlear implants produce subject and object questions introduced by and +NP. The aim of the study is to analyse whether a correlation exists between the accuracy of the responses of an elicitation task of -questions and clinical variables (i.e. age of hearing aid fitting; age of cochlear implantation; duration of hearing experience) in a group of children with cochlear implants, in order to provide new evidences in support of the efficacy of ear...
It has been suggested that children with higher degree of hearing loss may show more severe externalizing (e.g., aggression) and internalizing (e.g., depression and anxiety) behavioral problems compared to that of their normally hearing peers. The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of sound amplification through cochlear implants (CIs) on aggressive behaviors in Persian children.
Cochlear implantation is a safe and reliable treatment for children with severe to profound hearing loss. The primary benefit of these medical devices in children is the acquisition of hearing, which promotes development of spoken language. The present paper reviews published literature demonstrating predictive effects of a number of factors on acquisition of hearing development and speech recognition. Of the many variables that contribute to an individual child's development after implantation, age at impl...
This study asks whether the LittlEARs Auditory Questionnaire (LEAQ), a caregiver measure, can differentiate between the early auditory development of children with bilateral cochlear implants (CIs), bilateral hearing aids (HAs), and children with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) who wear CIs or HAs. The LEAQ is sensitive to impaired auditory development but has not previously been used to distinguish developmental changes between groups of children using different hearing technologies or with di...
The aim of the study was to investigate the extent of MRI artefacts due to the magnet of selected auditory implants. Artefacts of the Synchrony cochlear implant at 1.5 T as well as at 3 T MRI devices were examined in cadavers and compared to the artefacts in MRI scans at 1.5 T of 17 patients implanted with CI ( = 12) and auditory brainstem implants (ABI) ( = 5). None of the scanned implants showed any failure after MRI. After removal of the magnet, only a portion of the images in the direct ...
Purpose Cochlear implants (CIs) transmit a degraded version of the acoustic input to the listener. This impacts the perception of harmonic pitch, resulting in deficits in the perception of voice features critical to speech prosody. Such deficits may relate to changes in how children with CIs (CCIs) learn to produce vocal emotions. The purpose of this study was to investigate happy and sad emotional speech productions by school-age CCIs, compared to productions by children with normal hearing (NH), postlingu...
Cochlear implants (CIs) are remarkable in allowing individuals with severe to profound hearing loss to perceive speech. Despite these gains in speech understanding, however, CI users often struggle to perceive elements such as vocal emotion and prosody, as CIs are unable to transmit the spectro-temporal detail needed to decode affective cues. This issue becomes particularly important for children with CIs, but little is known about their emotional development. In a previous study, pediatric CI users showed ...
Between 2005 and 2016, over 30,000 cochlear implants were implanted in Germany, while the number of retinal implants remained less than 1% of this number. The two types of retina implants that reached the market did not survive economically. The present review article discusses the impact and future of electronic retina implants in ophthalmology.
To evaluate the efficacy of Bone-Anchored Hearing implants (BAHIs) in children and to elucidate the usage and outcomes of new surgical techniques and implants in this specific population.
The data logs of Cochlear Nucleus cochlear implant (CI) sound processors show large interindividual variation in children's daily CI use and auditory environments. This study explored whether these differences are associated with differences in the receptive vocabulary of young implanted children.
To assess the feasibility of immediate activation of cochlear implants.
The aim of this multicentre, prospective, open, nonrandomised clinical trial was to demonstrate the clinical efficiency and outcomes of cochlear implants (CIs) in adult patients with post-lingual single-sided deafness (SSD).
With increasing recognition of the importance of pre-linguistic vocalization, and early intervention for children, proper protocols play an important role in documenting infants' progress and effects of early interventional programs. This study aimed to translate Proctor's Developmental Vocal Assessment Protocol into Persian, make cultural adaptations, assess Persian version of Developmental Vocal Assessment Protocol (P-DVAP)'s validity, internal consistency, and reliability, and provide a general perspecti...
Children with single sided deafness (SSD) show a poorer performance at school, which is attributable to reduced speech discrimination in noise, to reduced localization ability, and to a decreased power of concentration due to faster hearing exhaustion. Therefore, it is important to provide children with SSD with adequate hearing amplification to restore binaural hearing. This can only be achieved by provision with a cochlear implant (CI). But these treatment option in children with SSD is still under discus...
The frequency of use of nouns versus verbs in child-directed speech (CDS) of mothers to their normal hearing (NH) children has been investigated in various languages. Recent studies have shown that CDS to deaf children is affected by hearing loss. Thus, the main aim of the present study was to examine the effect of hearing loss on the use of content words by NH Hebrew-speaking mothers to their deaf children using CIs. The second aim was to compare the use of content words by mothers speaking to CI children ...
Cochlear implanted (CI) children have problems in most aspects of language and in particular with regards to grammar. Considering the lack of studies in the field of grammar treatment in CI children and bearing in the mind that CI children have the potential to develop language, the aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of treating grammar in CI children using a treatment grammar program.