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Hearing Aid Clinical Trials

A listing of Hearing Aid 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 (16) clinical trials

Validation of Cognitive Screenings for the Hearing Impaired

Hearing loss is very prevalent in older population. This leads to further problems such as communication problem, isolation from the community and depression. Moreover, hearing impairment may potentially affect the patients' cognitive function as demonstrated in the above mentioned published papers. Communication problems that arise from a hearing loss alone ...

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

Subjects are selected as they are enrolled in the Tinnitus Research Group between January 2014 and September 2018. The study was approved by the local medical ethics committee for research at the Medical School of University of So Paulo - protocol number 611.174 in April, 2014. All the procedures were ...

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Assessment of Age-related Hearing Loss in HIV-1 Patients

The ageing process is known to be accelerated in HIV-infected patients, compared to the general population. Normal age-related hearing loss (presbyacusia) is a frequent phenomenon, affecting more than 70% of people above 65 years. It is believed to be mostly the consequence of a mitochondrial damage caused by oxidative stress. ...

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Examining the Impact of Physician Influence on Hearing Aid User Satisfaction and Retention

Description of study design This study seeks to determine if additional patient benefit is derived from involving the referring physician in the hearing aid fitting process using the Client Oriented Scale of Improvement (COSI) process. The COSI process is a well-known methodology that consists of two consecutive phases: Phase I ...

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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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A Randomised Controlled Trial Comparing Bone Anchored Hearing Aid With Bonebridge

The new Bonebridge fully implanted, except for an external sound processor. It does not have any percutaneous parts like the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid. The investigators believe that this may improve wound healing and reduce problems with wound infection and skin overgrowth seen in Bone Anchored Hearing Aids. There may ...

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