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Entwicklung des Cochlea-Implantats und das Cochlea-Implantat-Projekt in Hannover

  • E. Lehnhardt

Zusammenfassung

Die Geschichte des Cochlea-Implantats geht auf die Mitte des Jahrhunderts zurück. Klinische Anwendung fand es seit Anfang der 70er Jahre in den USA, fast ausschließlich als einkanaliges Gerät und außerhalb der Schnecke plaziert. Die vielkanalige und intracochleäre Version verdanken wir vor allem Clark in Melbourne; sie ist heute die Regel. Taube Kleinkinder werden seit Ende der 80er Jahre in dieser Form versorgt. In Hannover führte diese Entwicklung 1990 zur Gründung des Cochlear Implant Centrums.

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