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Cochlear Implants in Pediatric Patients

 Robert E. Hanyak, Au.D.
  17th-Mar-2009
Description: There are 563,000 births per year in California, 270 birthing hospitals, 175 certified outpatient screeners, 75 audiology providers approved to see Infants: inconsistent quality of services. Infant screening tests include: Otoacoustic Emissions – measurement of outer hair cell function in the cochlea Auditory Brainstem Response – measurement of 10 the auditory nervous system to sound. Both tests don’t require infant’s participation and can be performed while the infant is asleep or quiet.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Implants
Contents:
2/20/2009

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Cochlear Implants & Pediatric Aural Rehabilitation R h bilit ti
Robert E. Hanyak, Au.D. University of the Pacific
California Newborn Hearing Screening Program (NHSP) Goals:
<1 month � screened for hearing loss

< 3 months � identify infants with hearing loss < 6 months �early intervention services provided (amplific ... See more

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