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Conference Paper: 香港失聪幼儿早期人工耳蜗植入后的听力和言语康复

Title香港失聪幼儿早期人工耳蜗植入后的听力和言语康复
Authors
Keywords人工耳蜗植入 (Cochlear implant)
先天性语前聋 (Hearing impairment)
言语认知 (Speech perception)
听力剥夺 (Auditory deprivation)
Issue Date2004
Publisher中国听力语言康复科学杂誌编辑部
Citation
中华耳鼻咽喉科杂志创刊50周年暨全国人工耳蜗专题学术会议, 中国, 长沙, 2003年5月17-19日. How to Cite?
Abstract目的: 通过对小于2岁的先天性语前聋幼儿在人工耳蜗植入术前及术后的听力和言语认知能力测试和语言能力的比较,探讨幼儿期植入人工耳蜗对先天性语前聋幼儿的影响。 方法: 受试对象为5例接受人工耳蜗植入的儿童患者,接受手术时年龄最小1.3岁,最大2岁,平均年龄1.6岁。经过3年康复学习后,对其听力、言语认知能力和语言能力进行测试,并与手术前测试结果加以比较。 结果: 系列测试结果显示,经人工耳蜗植入及3年听力和言语康复学习后,听力、言语认知能力及语言能力测试的成绩存在显著性差异。 结论 人工耳蜗植入对于极重度失聪儿童听力和言语认知能力的发展是非常有益的。先天性极重度失聪儿童应尽早接受人工耳蜗植入手术,通过术后的康复训练学习进一步发展听力和言语认知能力,避免因听力剥夺而带来的负面影响。
OBJECTIVE: To study the pre- and postoperative auditory and speech perception abilities and language development of prelingually deaf children below 2 years old with cochlear implants. METHODS: 5 prelingually deaf children (age range:1.3 to 2 years; mean age = 1.6 years) were recruited. After 3 year of training, their pre- and postoperative hearing and speech perception and language ability results were compared. Results After implantation, aided hearing thresholds, speech perception performance and language comprehension were improved. CONCLUSION: Cochlear implants were effective in the rehabilitation of young hearing-impaired children. Cochlear implantation should be provided to congenitally hearing-impaired children as early as possible to avoid the devastating effects of auditory deprivation.
Description中国听力语言康复科学杂誌, 2004, n. 5, p. 14-16
Chinese Scientific Journal of Hearing and Speech Rehabilitation, 2004, n. 5, p. 14-16
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/107434

 

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dc.contributor.author区建国zh_HK
dc.contributor.author许由zh_HK
dc.contributor.author周振权zh_HK
dc.contributor.author韦霖zh_HK
dc.date.accessioned2010-09-25T23:57:29Z-
dc.date.available2010-09-25T23:57:29Z-
dc.date.issued2004en_HK
dc.identifier.citation中华耳鼻咽喉科杂志创刊50周年暨全国人工耳蜗专题学术会议, 中国, 长沙, 2003年5月17-19日.zh_HK
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/107434-
dc.description中国听力语言康复科学杂誌, 2004, n. 5, p. 14-16zh_HK
dc.descriptionChinese Scientific Journal of Hearing and Speech Rehabilitation, 2004, n. 5, p. 14-16-
dc.description.abstract目的: 通过对小于2岁的先天性语前聋幼儿在人工耳蜗植入术前及术后的听力和言语认知能力测试和语言能力的比较,探讨幼儿期植入人工耳蜗对先天性语前聋幼儿的影响。 方法: 受试对象为5例接受人工耳蜗植入的儿童患者,接受手术时年龄最小1.3岁,最大2岁,平均年龄1.6岁。经过3年康复学习后,对其听力、言语认知能力和语言能力进行测试,并与手术前测试结果加以比较。 结果: 系列测试结果显示,经人工耳蜗植入及3年听力和言语康复学习后,听力、言语认知能力及语言能力测试的成绩存在显著性差异。 结论 人工耳蜗植入对于极重度失聪儿童听力和言语认知能力的发展是非常有益的。先天性极重度失聪儿童应尽早接受人工耳蜗植入手术,通过术后的康复训练学习进一步发展听力和言语认知能力,避免因听力剥夺而带来的负面影响。zh_HK
dc.description.abstractOBJECTIVE: To study the pre- and postoperative auditory and speech perception abilities and language development of prelingually deaf children below 2 years old with cochlear implants. METHODS: 5 prelingually deaf children (age range:1.3 to 2 years; mean age = 1.6 years) were recruited. After 3 year of training, their pre- and postoperative hearing and speech perception and language ability results were compared. Results After implantation, aided hearing thresholds, speech perception performance and language comprehension were improved. CONCLUSION: Cochlear implants were effective in the rehabilitation of young hearing-impaired children. Cochlear implantation should be provided to congenitally hearing-impaired children as early as possible to avoid the devastating effects of auditory deprivation.-
dc.languagechien_HK
dc.publisher中国听力语言康复科学杂誌编辑部zh_HK
dc.relation.ispartof中华耳鼻咽喉科杂志创刊50周年暨全国人工耳蜗专题学术会议zh_HK
dc.subject人工耳蜗植入 (Cochlear implant)zh_HK
dc.subject先天性语前聋 (Hearing impairment)zh_HK
dc.subject言语认知 (Speech perception)zh_HK
dc.subject听力剥夺 (Auditory deprivation)zh_HK
dc.title香港失聪幼儿早期人工耳蜗植入后的听力和言语康复zh_HK
dc.typeConference_Paperen_HK
dc.identifier.emailAu, DKK: kinkwau@hkucc.hku.hken_HK
dc.identifier.emailHui, Y: yhui@HKUCC.hku.hken_HK
dc.identifier.emailWei, WI: hrmswwi@hku.hken_HK
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