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2016 | 5(1) | 11-17
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Treatment of deafness using bone anchored hearing device (BAHD)

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People with hearing loss or deafness in the course of chronic middle ear, external or birth defects, which cannot wear conventional hearing aids or not treatable surgery are candidates for the implant to the bone conduction. The second category candidates are patients with „one-sided” deafness. Currently available to patients and physicians are many technical solutions that can be successfully used in the majority of treated giving them the opportunity satisfactory hearing. A special group of patients are children who can be the use of BAHD (Bone Anchored Hearing Device) from 4–5 years of age. The introduction of recently BAHD of wireless accessories also allows patients to wirelessly and connect to other devices. In contrast, solutions to hide the implant under the skin deprives treated stigma and is comfortable in everyday use. The aim of the study is to present the most widely used solutions using Bone Anchored Hearing Device in the rehabilitation of hearing and present their own experiences.
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