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Authors Roche JP, Hansen MR
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Journal Otolaryngol. Clin. North Am. Volume: 48 Issue: 6 Pages: 1097-116
Publish Date 2015 Dec
PubMed ID 26443490
PMC ID 4641792
Abstract

Cochlear implantation and cochlear implants (CIs) have a long history filled with innovations that have resulted in the high-performing device’s currently available. Several promising technologies have been reviewed in this article, which hold the promise to drive performance even higher. Remote CI programming, totally implanted devices, improved neural health and survival through targeted drug therapy and delivery, intraneural electrode placement, electroacoustical stimulation and hybrid CIs, and methods to enhance the neural-prosthesis interface are evolving areas of innovation reviewed in this article.

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