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Completely In The Canal (CIC)
many people like to go for completely in the canal (CIC) hearing aids as they are practically invisible and nobody would know that they are using a hearing aid. These are fairly protected from winds, person can talk normally on phone and also keep the ear quite ventilated and the occlusion effect is compact due as its located deep in the canal.
In The Canal (ITC)
These are developed for people who are suffering mild to severe hearing loss. In the canal (ITC) can be custom made and has various technical level choices which formerly required a larger aid. Moreover, these are one of the smallest style and are set inside the ear canal but not much deeper.
Behind The Ear (BTE)
Behind-The-Ear (BTE) hearing aids are used when there is hearing loss from mild to profound. These are available in various styles as per the requirements. Behind the ear hearing aids offer numerous directional microphone systems for enhanced perception of speech in noisy locations.
Open Fit
Open fit hearing aids are same as behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids. These are much smaller and the best part of this hearing aid is that you can intensify only the high tones and keep the ear ventilated and will save you from the occlusion effect. These are also beneficial for people with an increased wax buildup as the hearing aid is outside the ear, the ear wax won’t be able to do any harm.

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These days many people suffer from mild-to-moderate hearing loss problem and hearing aids have become a practical solution for improving the problem of hearing. Cochlear implant system is designed for people who cannot are not able to benefit from hearing aids. It is an electronic device which stimulates the auditory nerve with electric signals which the brain can understand as sound. Cochlear implants are considered the only machinery available to functionally re-establish one of the five senses. In contrast to hearing aids, which intensify sound, these electronic devices bypass the damaged part of the inner so that person can hear it best. People who have cochlear implant are hear clearly in noisy environment, enjoy music and reconnect with friends and family.
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The cochlear implant is an electronic device that can be considered for people with profound sensorineural hearing loss in both ears. The implant bypasses the diseased or non-functioning inner ear hair cells by converting the sounds we hear to electronic impulses that directly stimulate the inner ear nerve endings.
The cochlear implant system consists of:
  • an external part made up of a microphone, a sound processor and transmitting coil
  • an internal part–cochlear implant that must be surgically implanted made up of a internal coil, a receiver stimulator and multiple electrode arrays

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The Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) is a surgically implanted system which works through direct bone transmission. This means that the implant itself vibrates within the skull and inner ear. This stimulates the nerve fibers of the inner ear and allows hearing. The BAHA is best suited for people who have conductive hearing loss like chronic ear infections, obstruction of the ear canal, and single sided deafness. The BAHA is made up of three parts: a titanium implant, a small external portion, and a sound processer. By having this set up the sound is able to bypass the external auditory canal and middle ear and enter into the inner ear. This means that people who have issues with the structure of the ear, or people with chronic ear infections, will not have to have anything obstructing the opening of the ear.
Also for those who have single sided deafness the apparatus is placed on the side with the non-hearing ear which then transfers sound through the bone which stimulates the cochlea of the normal hearing ear. This transmission of sound from the bad side to the normal ear results in a sensation of hearing from the deaf ear. This benefits the hard of hearing person because stereo sound is achieved. Stereo sound causes a better understanding of speech and also causes the hard of hearing person to be able distinguishing between background noise and the noise they need to focus on.

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The Middle Ear Implant is a newer technology approved by the FDA in 2002. After this time it has been seen by many as a strong aid in achieving better hearing. The Middle Ear implant consists of an internal device, which is surgically implanted and also there is an external component which is called the Audio Processor. The external piece is worn behind the ear and there are no visible wires. The Middle Ear Implant works by picking up sound, by the external processer, and transferring it across the skin electromagnetically to the implanted receiver. The receiver then transmits the signal to the implant which creates vibrations in the ear and copies the function of a normal ear. This vibration is then sent to the cochlea which in turn is sends the signal to the brain for interpretation. Since the implant bypasses the middle ear, sound goes directly into the cochlea therefore avoiding problems with reduced sound.

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Auditory Brainstem Implant (ABI)
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An Auditory Brainstem Implant (ABI) is a modified cochlear implant intended to be used to stimulate the cochlear nucleus in the brainstem of patients who have had their eighth nerves severed during surgery for removal of bilateral neurofibromata, as in patients with Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2).
The cochlear implant linear array of electrode contacts is replaced by a small rectangular silastic paddle containing the 21 contacts. This is surgically inserted into the lateral recess of the fourth ventricle. The need for this device is much less common than that for a cochlear implant, but these patients are typically totally deaf and, although the benefit is not as great on the average as that of the cochlear implant, most recipients derive significant auditory perception.

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Hearing Loss In Babies And Children
A child’s development and quality of life depend fundamentally on his ability to hear. Children learn how to speak by listening to others and themselves communicate. Hearing helps your child learn to read, appreciate music and pick up warnings about dangerous situations. Without a good sense of hearing, your child will have difficulty tackling life’s challenges and opportunities – whether at home or at school. Discovering a hearing loss and fitting a child early with hearing aids is thus of utmost importance to allow the affected an age-appropriate development.
Hearing Loss In Babies: A Sensitive Issue That Requires Fast Action
Every year, about 665,000 babies around the world are born with significant hearing loss. The earlier that hearing loss is discovered and treated, the higher the chance of normal development at a rate appropriate for their age.

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Hearing loss is the impairment of the sense of hearing. Hearing loss impairment can have a number of negative consequences in terms of social, psychological, and physical problems. The communication disability of the hearing impaired persons affects the hearing impaired person himself and the other people in the environment like the family members, fellow workers, etc.
People working in continuous exposure to noise.
People working in continuous exposure to noise.
Old Age (also called Presbycusis).
Drug induced (ototoxicity)/chemotherapy
Family history of hearing loss
What is presbycusis (AGE RELATED HEARING LOSS)
Presbycusis is the loss of hearing that gradually occurs in most individuals as they grow older. Hearing loss is a common disorder associated with aging. About 30-35 percent of adults between the ages of 65 and 75 years have a hearing loss. It is estimated that 40-50 percent of people 75 and older have a hearing loss.
The loss associated with presbycusis is usually greater for high-pitched sounds. For example, it may be difficult for someone to hear the nearby chirping of a bird or the ringing of a telephone. However, the same person may be able to hear clearly the low-pitched sound of a truck rumbling down the street.
There are many causes of presbycusis. Most commonly it arises from changes in the inner ear of a person as he or she ages, but presbycusis can also result from changes in the middle ear or from complex changes along the nerve pathways leading to the brain. Presbycusis most often occurs in both ears, affecting them equally. Because the process of loss is gradual, people who have presbycusis may not realize that their hearing is diminishing.
I hadn’t really noticed that I had a hearing problem. I just thought most people had given up on speaking clearly.
It was amazing to me all of sudden, I was hearing my music and listing tingling voice of my wife
What are the symptoms of Presbycusis?
With presbycusis, sounds often seem less clear and lower in volume. This contributes to difficulty hearing and understanding speech. Individuals with presbycusis may experience several of the following:
The speech of others seems mumbled or slurred.
High-pitched sounds such as "s" and "th" are difficult to hear and tell apart.
Conversations are difficult to understand, especially when there is background noise.
A man’s voice is easier to hear than the higher pitches of a woman’s voice.
Certain sounds seem annoying or overly loud.
Tinnitus (a ringing, roaring, or hissing sound in one or both ears) may also occur.
Hear TV or radio in high Volume

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Speech Therapy is a treatment procedure to improve communication problems by habilitation or rehabilitation. Such defects may originate in the brain, the ear, or anywhere along the vocal tract and may affect the voice, articulation, language development, or ability to speak after language is learned.
Audiological Evaluation (Ear testing) which is classified into:
Speech Therapy is a treatment procedure to improve communication problems by habilitation or rehabilitation. Such defects may originate in the brain, the ear, or anywhere along the vocal tract and may affect the voice, articulation, language development, or ability to speak after language is learned.
a) Subjective test ------ 0bjective test
b) Subjective test: Pure Tone Audiometry ----- Free Field Audiometry
c) Pure Tone Audiometry (PTA) classified into special test ------ further into sensory test ---- and neural test.
d) Sensory test are ----- SISI Test (Short Increment severity index), ABLB auditory loudness balance test
e) Neural Test ----- TDT
f) Free Field Audiometry (FFA): Aided ------- Unaided
g) Objective test ------- Impedance Audiometry ------ OAE (Oto Acoustic emission) ------ electrophysiological test
h) Impedance Audiometry ----- classified ------ Tymapnometry ------ AcousticReflex ------- Eustachian Tube Function ----- Acoustic Reflex Decay
i) OAE ------- DPOAE ------ TEOAE
J) Electrophysiological -------- BERA (Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry)----- ASSR (automated Steady State Responses) ----- NRT (Neural    Response telemetry) ------ Trans Tympanic Electric Auditory Brainstem Response Testing (TTE)

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