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 ONLINE FIRST NOVEMBER 15, 2011  

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Telemedicine making its way to cochlear implants
By Matthew Coleman

New telehealth software will allow users to maintain cochlear implants remotely.


University Hospitals celebrates milestone implant
By Matthew Coleman

University Hospitals in Cleveland celebrates its 600th cochlear implant with the opening of a new Ear, Nose and Throat Institute.


Hybrid implant debuts at Midwest Ear Institute
By Matthew Coleman

Researchers at Saint Luke’s Midwest Ear Institute are investigating an implant that allows patients to hear high and low pitches.

 

 



 FROM THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE HEARING JOURNAL

Cochlear implantation at risk as Medicaid cuts threatened
By Anne Scheck

The last medical center in Nevada to perform cochlear implants for children on Medicaid cuts the procedure.


New horizons in auditory prostheses
By Fang-gang Zeng, PhD

A number of hot areas for research are popping up around the globe.


Letters

Several readers responded to Robert Martin’s September column and told us what they do in various clinical situations.


In the Next Issue:
  • Robert L. Martin, PhD: Managing the Dizzy Patient
  • Gina Shaw: New Assay May Hold Promise in CMV-Related Hearing Loss
  • Anne Scheck: Cognitive Decline and Hearing Loss


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