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Citation Zhang, A., Clark, G. M., Pyman, B. C., Brown, M., & Zmood, R. (1997). The development of a tympanic membrane sensor for a totally implantable cochlear implant or hearing aid. In Cochlear Implants: XVI World Congress of Otohinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Sydney, N.S.W.
Handle 10187/6040
Title The development of a tympanic membrane sensor for a totally implantable cochlear implant or hearing aid
Creator Zhang, A.
Clark, Graeme M.
Pyman, B. C.
Brown, M.
Zmood, R.
Publisher Monduzzi Editore
Date 1997
Subject / Keywords cochlear implants design, safety studies, otolaryngology
Abstract We present the design and development of a tympanic membrane sensor for a totally implantable cochlear implant or hearing aid system. The sensor employs a fiber-optic lever which is hermetically sealed in a biocompatible cartridge and implanted in the middle ear cavity. The sensor prototype has been designed, constructed and tested in cats. In addition, the implantation procedure of the device has also been studied using human temporal bones.
Source Editor Clark, Graeme M.
Conference Date 2-7 March
Type Conference Paper
Source Title Cochlear Implants: XVI World Congress of Otohinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery
Source Location Bologna
Pages 109-112
Relation - Is Part Of Scientific publications, vol.10, 1997, no. 1036
Notes This is a publisher’s version of a paper from XVI World Congress of Otohinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 1997, published by Monduzzi Editore. This version is reproduced with the permission of the publisher.
Collection Graeme Clark Scientific Publications
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