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Hearing Loss Clinical Trials

A listing of Hearing Loss 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 (104) clinical trials

A Clinical Trial seeking patients for a research study for the treatment of Hair Disease.

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Iowa Cochlear Implant Clinical Research Center Hybrid L24 and Standard Cochlear Implants in Profoundly Deaf Infants

The purpose of this feasibility study is to evaluate whether a Nucleus L24 and a FDA approved standard-length device in the contralateral ear can provide useful binaural hearing in pediatric subjects who have bilateral profound hearing loss, meeting the criteria for cochlear implantation. Unlike a conventional cochlear implant, the Nucleus ...

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Early Experience of a New Implant System for Bone Conduction Hearing in the Pediatric Population

Experimental: Bone-conduction hearing device The bone-conduction hearing device Osia system allows a direct bone-conduction through an osseointegrated implant. A magnet allows the external Sound Processor to be placed in the correct position over the implanted system including an inner magnet. Device: Osia System An external Sound Processor captures and digitize ...

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Optimisation of Hearing Aid Fitting

This study aims to explore if objective brain responses to speech stimuli (words and running speech) can be used to evaluate hearing aid fitting in adults. Objective brain responses would be beneficial, as they could be used to evaluate hearing with people who are incapable or unwilling to provide subjective ...

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Promoting Early Diagnosis of Congenital Hearing Loss With Patient Navigators

Parents of children who fail infant hearing screening at birth at the University of Kentucky or other hospitals in the area that are receiving follow up diagnostic testing at UK Audiology or the Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs will be enrolled in the first part of the ...

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

Benefits of amplification and accessories used with it outweigh anticipated risks in mild to profound hearing impaired subjects. The basic benefit of amplification should be present with any method that the trained professional fitting the instruments uses. The goal of this study is to compare two fitting methods and determine ...

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Changes in the Threshold of Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potential in Children Following Cochlear Implantation

After cochlear implantation, cochlear nerve is stimulated by giving a current over the electrodes placed in the cochlea and the current is measured by electrically evoked Compound Action Potential (ECAP).This ECAP is measured intra operatively, 4 weeks(at switch on) and after 3months and 6 months following cochlear implantation. Neural Response ...

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Observation of Benefits for Patients Implanted With a Hearing Implant of the Company Cochlear

The clinical investigation is designed as a prospective repeated measures longitudinal study with intra-subject controls, using a selection of subjective evaluation tools to assess patient related benefits from hearing implant treatment of permanent hearing loss. Clinically standard self-assessment scales, threshold measures and a general hearing history profile questionnaires for the ...

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Valganciclovir Therapy in Infants and Children With Congenital CMV Infection and Hearing Loss

Congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection is the most frequent known viral cause of mental retardation, and is the leading non-genetic cause of sensorineural hearing loss in many countries including the United States. This is a Phase II international, multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled evaluation of 6 weeks of oral valganciclovir treatment or 6 ...

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Cochlear Implantation in Pediatric Cases of Unilateral Hearing Loss

Unilateral hearing loss (UHL) is a term used to describe a substantial hearing loss in one ear and normal hearing in the contralateral ear. Despite normal hearing in one ear, these individuals experience reduced speech perception in noise, variable abilities on localization tasks, increased reports of hearing handicap, reduced quality ...

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