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Hearing Impairment Clinical Trials

A listing of Hearing Impairment medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (62) clinical trials

Quest Sound Recover (SR2) vs. Venture SR2

Goal of this study is to determine the benefit of an improved feature on a new hearing aid platform. To investigate the improvements of this feature is compared on a new and older hearing aid platform. The obtained results will be used for future improvement for this feature. This feature ...

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Cochlear Implant With Anti-Inflammatory Agent

In an effort to further preserve residual acoustic hearing after cochlear implantation, it may be beneficial to incorporate anti-inflammatory agents into the electrode array for passive elution over a time course after implantation. This study aims to assess the ease and effectiveness of such an electrode design, and to assess ...

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Clinical Evaluation of Bass and Treble Controls for CI Subjects

Bass and Treble controls provide the CI recipient with access to the adjustment of low and high frequency sound balance, known as Bass and Treble respectively. The clinical study is designed to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of recipient controlled Bass and Treble. Subjects will have access to the Bass ...

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Evaluating Hearing Aid Service Delivery Models

The purpose of this study is to compare the outcomes for two different hearing-aid delivery models. In one model, the audiologist selects and fits the hearing aid and, in the other model, the consumer does this directly.

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Relationship Between Auto NRT and Behavioural T & C Levels With the Nucleus Freedom Cochlear Implant

An open trail. The implantees will go through their routine programming sessions after implantation, the specified data will be collected and analyzed in order to establish the offset correlation which we seek for.

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Non-Syndrome Hereditary Hearing Impairment - Gene Mapping: India/Pakistan Protocol

Objective: One objective of this study is to genetically map and identify mutated genes for human hereditary hearing loss. A second objective is to study the function of these genes in the auditory system using mouse models. Human hereditary hearing impairment is the result of abnormal ear development, abnormal ear ...

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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 ...

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Treating Hearing Loss to Improve Mood and Cognition in Older Adults

This study will conduct the first clinical trial possessing these design features.40 individuals will be recruited who are aged 60 years, diagnosed with a clinically significant depressive disorder, and have moderate ARHL with impaired speech discrimination. Comprehensive baseline psychiatric, audiometric, neuropsychological, and functional assessment will be performed. Participants then will ...

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Epidemiological Clinical and Etiological Features of SUSAC's Syndrome

SUSAC's Syndrome (SS) is characterized by the clinical triad of encephalopathy, hearing loss, and retinal artery branch occlusions. Since the first description of SS in 1979, hundreds of patients with SS, mostly young women, have been reported. However, comprehensive epidemiological, clinical and etiological features of SS have never been specifically ...

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Mini-Mental State (MMS-LS) and Sign Language

The objective of this study is to assess the intrinsic quality of the tool MMS-LS, a mini-mental state examination that has been adapted to the sign language in order to monitor cognitive disorders in deaf people who speak sign language.

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