Cochlear Science and Research Seminar on-line - Tinnitus and Cochlear Implants
This pre-recorded Cochlear Science and Research Seminar covers sets the focus on Tinnitus and Cochlear Implants.
More CI candidates may choose a CI system if they would know CI helps their tinnitus.
- Tinnitus affects 10% - 15% of the population, which equates to up to 146m adults in developing countries alone. Tinnitus is more prevalent in patients with hearing loss. 50% to 80% of CI-candidates are estimated to have tinnitus.
- Counseling therapies are available to help some patients with the reactions to their tinnitus, but not with the tinnitus itself.
- A CI improves tinnitus in about 80% of the cases, and as such is at least as good or better than other available tinnitus treatments. We want customers and potential customers to be aware of the advantages of CI for tinnitus.
- Tinnitus benefit is seen very clearly in the context of SSD.
- Mapping and some counselling should also be addressed. We want customers and potential customers to be aware of the materials Cochlear has available already. The panel discussion will bring advise and tips for clinicians for counselling CI patients with tinnitus.
Watch the recorded webinar here
Cochlear introduction Kelly Assouly and Carl Van Himbeeck, Mechelen
Opening remarks, scope of the seminar and introduction of speakers Prof Richard S. Tyler, Iowa City
Tinnitus and Cochlear Implants Dr David Baguley, Nottingham
Sound Relief App Prof Richard S. Tyler, Iowa City
CART Solution Dr Jan van Heteren, Utrecht
Tinnitus and Single Sided Deafness Prof Ángel Ramos Macías, Las Palmas
Tinnitus and Single Sided Deafness Prof Paul Van de Heyning, Antwerp
Neuromodulation for Tinnitus Dr Tobias Kleinjung, Zurich
The Tin-Act Utrecht Study Dr Diane Smit, Utrecht
Pre-operative testing Dr Laure Poels, Antwerp
Counselling the Cochlear Implant Candidate with Tinnitus
Prof Rich Tyler, Iowa City
Prof Nicola Quaranta, Bari
Dr Robert Pierzycki, Nottingham
Prof Manuel Manrique, Pamplona
Prof Ingeborg Dhooghe, Gent
Conclusion and Q & A Prof Richard S. Tyler, Iowa City
Closure Carl Van Himbeeck, Mechelen