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Evaluation of the Benefits of Bilateral Fitting in BAHS Users

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the benefit of bilateral implantation with bone-anchored hearing systems (BAHS), in terms of sound localization abilities, as well as auditory working memory. The hypothesis is that the use of two BAHS (bilateral condition) will not only improve localization abilities, but it will also increase the ability to retain words in working memory, compared to performance with only one BAHS (unilateral condition).


Assessing Listening Effort at Different Signal-to-noise Ratios in Bone-anchored Users

The purpose of this study is to assess listening effort during a speech-in-noise task in bone-anchored hearing systems (BAHS) users via pupillometry.

Combined Acoustic and Electric Hearing (CI/HA) in Adult Bimodal Users Using a HA With a Bimodal Fitting Formula

Introduction: Bilateral-bimodal users may benefit from bilateral-binaural and a bimodal effect . The two modes of stimulation complement each other and may overcome the limitation of electric hearing alone. However, alongside the expected benefits of having two hearing systems in bilateral bimodal hearing, there are several inherent mismatches in combing two different stimulation methods, which may negatively impact the processing of the binaural cues. Aim: To determine ...


A Comparison of a Currently Marketed Hearing Aid Programmed With Two Different Fitting Methods

This study is designed to investigate the benefits of the hearing aid in the laboratory and in daily life when fitted with two different methods. Subjective and objective evaluations will be made. The aim is to show the benefits of the hearing aids with both fitting methods with the help of data obtained, and to improve the available fitting methods in order to further increase the benefit for people with hearing disorders in situations where the standard method and those train...

Electrophysiological-based Estimation of Cochlear Implant Fitting

The primary objective of this research is to evaluate the relationships between multiple data from cochlear implant (CI) adult users to and to estimate predictive models of their fitting parameters. In a group of patients, the Electrically-evoked Compound Action Potentials (ECAP) will be collected intra-operatively and the correlation with demographic data (deafness duration, age deafness onset, etiology, duration of cochlear implant use of CI), auditory performances and subjec...

Coupler-Based Hearing-Aid Fitting Approach for Experienced Users

The overall aim of the study is to compare the verification accuracy and hearing-aid outcomes between the traditional, fitting approach where the patient is present during the visit and a coupler-based fitting approach where the patient is not present and mailed their hearing aids. If the coupler-based fitting protocol tested in this study as effective as the traditional fitting protocol, then patients receiving replacement hearing aids may circumvent a face-to-face visit.

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Hearing Aid Noise Reduction in Pediatric Users (Oticon Study)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of OpenSound Navigator (OSN), a hearing aid speech-enhancement algorithm developed by Oticon, as treatment for pediatric hearing aid users. Using a double-blind experimental design, the investigators aim to compare two treatment groups of pediatric (ages 6-12) patients with symmetrical sensorineural hearing losses ranging from the mild to moderately-severe degree. One group will be fit with bilateral Oticon OPN™ behind-the...

Efficacy of a Coupler-based Fitting Approach for Experienced Users Receiving Replacement Hearing Aids

Hearing loss is among the top service-connected disabilities in Veterans. Hearing aids are the primary intervention for hearing loss. Half of the hearing aids dispensed in the VA are to Veterans who are receiving replacement amplification. Many Veterans would like their replacement hearing aids mailed to them, but they are required to travel to the clinic so that the fit of the hearing aid can be verified. There are standard fitting procedures, such as those used in infants and...

Hearing Aid and Individuals With Cognitive Disorders

This is a pilot study with the aim of evaluating the feasibility of the procedures of a future clinical trial that will help determine the impacts of hearing aid interventions on older patients with Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias (ADRD). In this pilot study individuals with mild or moderate cognitive impairment, as well as their caregivers, will be recruited. Participants will be randomly assigned to three intervention groups: Audiologist-Based Intervention, Service-...

Comparison of the New Fitting Method Cochlear Nucleus Fitting Software (NFS) With the Established Fitting Method Cochlear Nucleus Custom SoundTM Suite (CSS)

The purpose of this study is to evaluate if the new and simplified fitting method with Cochlear Nucleus Fitting Software (a major component of a suite of tools which form the Clinical Care Innovation) provides Cochlear Implants Recipients with the same hearing outcome as the current and established clinical fitting method with Cochlear Nucleus Custom SoundTM Suite. The Clinical Care Innovation method reduces fitting to simple volume, bass and trebles adjustments, operations whi...

Bilateral Cochlear Implant Benefit in Young Children

The primary purpose of this study is to track patient outcomes for bilateral cochlear implant recipients in a cohort of 60 children, ages 12 to 36 months at time of surgery, who receive two implants in the same operation or in two different surgeries with the initial fitting of the devices separated by no more than six months.

Orientation for Hearing Aid Users: Information Retention

Aim: To verify how much of the orientation provided at diagnosis and hearing aid fitting are retained by new hearing aid users and analyze whether age, degree of hearing loss, academic and socio-economics status have an influence on this

Assessment of Novel Measurement and Fitting Methods to Determine Their Reliability, Validity and Application - Sonova2018_34

A methodical evaluation of novel measurement and fitting methods for individualizing CE-labelled Sonova brand hearing instruments (e.g. Phonak hearing instruments) is intended to be conducted on hearing impaired participants. The aim of the study is to investigate and asses strength and weaknesses of these novel measurement and fitting methods in terms of optimizing hearing performance and experience and/or usability of the hearing aids and accessories. Both laboratory measurem...

REFIT Hearing: Remote Fitting of Hearing Aids

Currently, the fitting of hearing aids is using a computer interface that allows to adjust the gain and compression of acoustic amplification. This adjustment is made face to face, patient and audiologist being located in a soundproof space to test the effectiveness of the hearing aid. However, advances in telemedicine in this context, let consider the possibility of addressing these hearing aids fitting via the same computer interface, but remotely controlled by the hea...

An Evaluation Of The Fitting Success Rate Of Senofilcon A Soft Contact Lenses In Three Designs.

This study will compare the on-eye fitting characteristics of three types of contact lenses. Each lens pair will be worn for 30 to 45 minutes before assessment and the results will be compared to mathematically calculated fitting characteristics.

CROS Application in CI

Bilateral profound sensorineural hearing loss (PSNHL) is often treated with Cochlear Implants. The majority of bilaterally deafened patients, however, often only receive a unilateral cochlear implant (CI), with resultant limitations related to monaural listening. For unilateral CI users, the deficits inherently associated with monaural listening remain despite the considerable benefits achieved through implantation. Providing bilateral input to monaural listeners (MLs) overcome...

Real-Ear Measurement (REM) and Test Box System Integration Into Fitting Software

Integration of the REM-verification within the fitting workflow will enable the hearing care professional to easily run real ear measurements. The purpose of the two study parts is to prove that an integrated cooperative system, consisting of fitting software and measurement system, matches desired responses for certain stimuli faster, more reliably and more precisely at the ear drums of hearing instrument wearers than current best practice processes.

Longitudinal Outcomes of Hearing Aids

Age-related hearing loss is a substantial national problem due to its high prevalence and significant psychosocial consequences. Although hearing aids (HAs) are the primary intervention for the management of age-related hearing loss, only 15-30% of those who could benefit from HAs actually seek them out. HA adoption rates are even worse for people with lower income and for racial and ethnic minorities. One of the most commonly reported reasons for people not seeking HA interven...

Multi-Centre Study on the Performance of the Ponto BHX Implant System (in Adult Patients)

This multi-centre study funded by Oticon Medical AB will be conducted at seven hospitals across Europe (UK, Spain, Denmark). Patients with a hearing loss and that are already planned for treatment with a percutaneous (through the skin) bone-anchored hearing system (BAHS) will be included in the study. A total of 50 patients will be included in the study. The purpose of this study is to investigate the rate of successful BAHS use after implantation of the Ponto Biohelix (BHX) I...

Bilateral Upper Limb Amputation Observatory

In France, there is currently no data to directly estimate the number of bilateral upper limb amputations, their characteristics and therapeutic care. By extrapolation from the Regional Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) Nancy in 2005, the number of new cases of amputated patients with prosthetic fitting of the upper limb was estimated at 355. Epidemiological data from the 2009-2010 Annual Report of the LIMBLESS STATISTICS database (collection of quantitat...

Rehabilitation of the Auditory Space for Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users : a Feasibility Study

A new Neuro-Immersion system based on virtual reality and 3D motion tracking has been developed recently, allowing to evaluate and record the spatial localization performance of cochlear implant (CI) users. This system allows to highlight localization deficits in three-dimensional space for all CI patients. Unfortunately, there is currently no suitable postoperative management for these localization problems. However, the discomfort felt by patients is clearly verbalized. Thank...

Hearing Aid Impact on Chronic Tinnitus Patients Evaluated by Resting State PET.

Using resting state positron emission tomography (PET), our goal was to analyze the metabolic and functional neural changes that occur after 6 months of effective hearing aid (HA) use. Besides, we correlate those changes with behavioral results. Patients with chronic tinnitus and untreated sensorineural hearing loss were tested pre-HA fitting, and at 6 months post-HA fitting.

Assessing Fitting Guides in Alcon Multifocal Contact Lenses

The purpose of this study is to compare an alternative fitting guide to a current fitting guide for optimizing contact lens parameters and determining contact lens prescription.

Multi-Center Study on Performance of the Ponto Implant System Using Minimally Invasive Ponto Surgery (in Adult Patients)

This prospective, multi-center study funded by Oticon Medical AB will be conducted at six clinical sites in North America. Patients with a hearing loss and that are already planned for treatment with a percutaneous (through the skin) bone-anchored hearing system (BAHS) will be included in the study. The total number of participants included in the study will be 64. The purpose of this study is to investigate the rate of successful BAHS use after implantation of the Ponto Impla...

Children's Bilateral Cochlear Implantation in Finland

The purpose of this study is to evaluate short and long term outcomes (benefits and side-effects) of bilateral cochlear implantation in Finnish children.


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