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Dimens?o afetiva da pessoa com surdez adquirida, antes e após o implante coclear
Yamada, Midori Otake;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2012000100007
Abstract: the aim of this study was to investigate the affective dimension in adult patients with acquired deafness, both before and after using cochlear implants, by indicating the occurrence of changes in this dimension and investigating it, particularly in the modes of egoic feelings, feelings towards others, feelings of temporality and states of mind before and after the use of the cochlear implant. forty-four adults took part in this study. they received cochlear implants from the audiological research center at the craniofacial anomaly rehabilitation hospital at the university of s?o paulo in bauru . it was concluded that, during the period of deafness, negative feelings and an affective climate of tension and depression prevailed, leading the subject to a negative bonding, to a lack of syntony with the world. on the other hand, after the cochlear implant, positive feelings and an affective climate of tranquility and satisfaction prevailed, leading the subject to positive bonding, a feeling of syntony with the world.
O papel do psicólogo no programa de implante coclear do Hospital de Reabilita??o de Anomalias Craniofaciais
Yamada, Midori Otake;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2005000300004
Abstract: the purpose of this paper is to report the psychologist's role on the cochlear implant program at the hospital de reabilita??o de anomalias craniofaciais, universidade de s?o paulo, bauru, developed by an interdisciplinary team focused on hearing impairment patients' rehabilitation. the psychologist's responsibilities are: case study, pre-surgical case, post-surgical management and rehabilitation follow-up. these four stages are permeated by a continuous task that concerns the patients' feelings, familiar relations and a careful investigation about the changes occurred in their and their families lives throughout this process.
Análise sistemática dos benefícios do uso do implante coclear na produ??o vocal
Coelho, Ana Cristina;Brasolotto, Alcione Ghedini;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;
Jornal da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-64912012000400018
Abstract: purpose: to perform a systematic analysis of the research regarding vocal characteristics of hearing impaired children or adults with cochlear implants. research strategy: a literature search was conducted in the databases web of science, bireme, and universidade de s?o paulo's and capes' thesis and dissertations databases using the keywords voice, voice quality, and cochlear implantation, and their respective correspondents in brazilian portuguese. selection criteria: the selection criteria included: title consistent with the purpose of this review; participants necessarily being children or adults with severe to profound pre-lingual or post-lingual hearing loss using cochlear implants; and data regarding participants' performance on perception and/or acoustic analysis of the voice. results: twenty seven papers were classified according to the levels of evidence and quality indicators recommended by the american speech-language-hearing association (asha). the designs of the studies were considered of low and medium levels of evidence. six papers were classified as iib, 20 as iii, and one as iv. conclusion: the voice of hearing impaired children and adults with cochlear implants has been little studied. there is not an effective number of studies with high evidence levels which precisely show the effects of the cochlear implantation on the quality of voice of these individuals.
Avalia??o da percep??o da fala com ruído competitivo em adultos com implante coclear
Nascimento, Leandra Tabanez do;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992005000400006
Abstract: aim: to evaluate the effects of different signal-to-noise ratios on speech recognition obtained by the use of cochlear implant (ci); to compare the speech recognition in noise with different types of multichannel cochlear implants (cis) and to evaluate the degree of difficulty for speech understanding in noise in daily life situations. study design: cohort transversal. material and method: forty adults with post-lingual hearing loss implanted with nucleus 22, nucleus 24, combi 40, combi 40+ and clarion. we evaluated the recognition for cpa sentences in quiet and in s/n +15, +10 and +5 db. we also applied the social hearing handicap index (shhi) questionnaire for self-assessment in daily life. results and conclusion: all the implanted adults presented a significant reduction in the scores for sentences recognition as the s/n decreased. the medians' curve for sentence recognition reached 50% in the signal-to-noise ratio of +10 db. there was no statistically significant difference in sentences' recognition scores and difficulty scores obtained with the shhi, for all types of implants. the difficulties of implanted adults were rare in quiet and occasional in noisy situations according to shhi questionnaire.
Avalia??o longitudinal do ECAP registrado em crian?as usuárias de implante coclear
Tanamati, Liege Franzini;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;Costa, Orozimbo Alves;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992009000100014
Abstract: in children with cochlear implant (ci), the recording of the electrically evoked compound action potential (ecap) of the auditory nerve represents an option to assess changes in auditory nerve responses and the interaction between the electrode bundle and the neural tissue over time. aim: to study ecap in children during the first year of ci use. materials and methods: the ecap characteristics have been analyzed in 13 children implanted younger than three years of age. series study. results: during the first year of ci use there was a significant statistical raise in the n1 peak amplitude, in basal electrodes, between the second and third return visits. there were not any significant differences obtained for n1 peak, latency, slope, p-nrt or recovery time, in the return visits. conclusion: during the first year of ci use, the electrical stimulation provided by the intracochlear electrodes did not cause significant changes to ecap characteristics, except for an increase in n1 peak amplitude.
Análise comparativa da linguagem oral de crian?as ouvintes e surdas usuárias de implante coclear
Fortunato, Carla Aparecida de Urzedo;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;Costa, Maria da Piedade Resende da;
Revista CEFAC , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462009000800015
Abstract: purpose: to analyze and compare the verbal expression of children without hearing impairment and deaf children using cochlear implants. methods: the participants were twelve children without hearing impairment, with ages between four years two months and four years eleven months and ten deaf children using cochlear implants with age between four years and three months and five years and zero months. the children were evaluated using the verbal expression scale of reynell developmental language scales (rdls), american version, adapted by fortunato-queiroz (2007). the data of the two groups of children were analyzed and compared. results: the deaf children had a worse performance when compared to the children without hearing impairment. three deaf children had results that approximate the results of the children without hearing impairment, accepted as normal standard in this work. conclusion: the results of the deaf children using cochlear implants were inferiors yours pairs listeners. the deaf children who showed the biggest punctuations were the ones with shorter time of hearing sense deprivation and longer time using the cochlear implant.
Estudo longitudinal da compreens?o verbal de crian?as usuárias de implante coclear
Queiroz, Carla Aparecida de Urzedo Fortunato;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;Costa, Maria da Piedade Resende da;
Revista CEFAC , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462010000200006
Abstract: purpose: to analyze the verbal comprehension of deaf children using a cochlear implant (ci) through a longitudinal study. methods: the individuals were nine deaf children using ci. the chronological age of the children ranged from four to eight year-old. the time of use of ci was, on average, 1 year 6 months at the 1st evaluation, 3 years 7 months at the 2nd evaluation, and 4 years 9 months at the 3rd evaluation. the deaf children were evaluated longitudinally through the rdls verbal comprehension scale. the used materials were toys, objects and figures. data were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively. results: the implanted children showed progress in their receptive abilities that were statistically significant. conclusion: the study proves ci effectiveness as for the development of verbal comprehension.
Triagem auditiva neonatal: motivos da evas o das famílias no processo de detec o precoce Newborn hearing screening: reasons for the evasion of families in the process of early detection
Kátia de Feitas Alvarenga,Juliana Maria Gadret,Eliene Silva Araújo,Maria Cecília Bevilacqua
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342012000300002
Abstract: OBJETIVO: Analisar os motivos da evas o familiar no programa de triagem auditiva neonatal realizado em um hospital público e correlacioná-los com a distribui o demográfica das famílias e as características do programa. MéTODOS: Participaram 132 famílias, de um total de 739 contatadas, cujos filhos nasceram em uma maternidade no interior do estado de S o Paulo de outubro/2003 a dezembro/2005 e que n o haviam comparecido para a realiza o do teste ou reteste da triagem auditiva neonatal. Foi aplicado um questionário de levantamento das causas de evas o, contendo perguntas relacionadas à triagem auditiva, nível de escolaridade e profiss o dos pais e também sobre a audi o e o desenvolvimento de linguagem da crian a. RESULTADOS: Realizou-se a aplica o do questionário com 132 famílias (17,86%); com as demais n o foi obtido contato. Deste total, 82 haviam faltado na primeira etapa da triagem auditiva (teste) e 50 n o haviam retornado para realiza o do reteste. Os motivos mais frequentes para justificar a evas o foram o desinteresse e a dificuldade em conciliar o agendamento com a rotina familiar. N o houve associa o entre os motivos da evas o e o nível de escolaridade e ocupa o dos pais, nem com o profissional que realizou a orienta o acerca da triagem auditiva. N o foi referido nenhum caso de altera o auditiva, nem de atraso significativo no desenvolvimento da linguagem. CONCLUS O: Os motivos da evas o familiar independem de variáveis voltadas à família e à dinamica do programa de triagem auditiva. PURPOSE: To analyze the reasons for evasion of the families from the newborn hearing screening program conducted at a public hospital, and to correlate them with the demographic distribution of the families and the characteristics of the program. METHODS: Participants were 132 families, from a total of 739 contacted, whose children had been born in a maternity hospital in the interior of the state of S o Paulo, Brazil, from October/2003 to December/2005, and who had not showed up for the newborn hearing screening test or retest. A questionnaire regarding the causes for evasion was applied, asking information related to the newborn hearing screening, level of education and occupation of parents, and the child's hearing and language development. RESULTS: The questionnaire was applied to 132 families (17.86%); contact was not possible with the other families. From this total, 82 had not shown up in the first stage of the hearing screening (test), and 50 had not returned for retest. The most frequently provided reasons for the evasion were lack of interest and
A experiência do adolescente usuário de implante coclear
Marcela Maria Bozelli Zanard,Midori Otake Yamada,Maria Cecília Bevilacqua
Psicologia em Revista , 2009,
Abstract: Este estudo buscou compreender a vida cotidiana de adolescentes com implante coclear. Os participantes da pesquisa foram quatro adolescentes do sexo feminino, entre 13 e 16 anos de idade. Nesta pesquisa qualitativa, a análise dos resultados baseou-se no método fenomenológico. Concluiuse que o contexto escolar era marcado por dificuldades, especialmente na língua portuguesa; o contexto familiar era vivido como espa o de apoio; o namoro/ficar era permeado por sentimentos de inferioridade e marcado pelo preconceito. A importancia da amizade era evidente para os adolescentes, e o implante coclear significava satisfa o em ouvir e a constata o da deficiência auditiva.
O uso de um software na (re)habilita??o de crian?as com deficiência auditiva
Silva, Mariane Perin da;Comerlatto Junior, Ademir Antonio;Balen, Sheila Andreoli;Bevilacqua, Maria Cecília;
Jornal da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2179-64912012000100007
Abstract: purpose: to verify the applicability of a software in the (re)habilitation of hearing impaired children. methods: the sample comprised 17 children with hearing impairment, ten with cochlear implants (ci) and seven with hearing aids (ha). the software auxiliar na reabilita??o de distúrbios auditivos - sarda (auxiliary software for the rehabilitation of hearing disorders) was used. the training protocol was applied for 30 minutes, twice a week, for the necessary time to complete the strategies proposed in the software. to measure the software's applicability for training the speech perception ability in quiet and in noise, subjects were assessed through the hearing in noise test (hint), before and after the auditory training. data were statistically analyzed. results: the group of ci users needed, in average, 12.2 days to finish the strategies, and the group of ha users, in average 10.14 days. both groups presented differences between pre and post assessments, both in quiet and in noise. younger children showed more difficulty executing the strategies, however, there was no correlation between age and performance. the type of electronic device did not influence the training. children presented greater difficulty in the strategy involving non-verbal stimuli and in the strategy with verbal stimuli that trains the sustained attention ability. children's attention and motivation during stimulation were fundamental for a successful auditory training. conclusion: the auditory training using the sarda was effective, providing improvement of the speech perception ability, both in quiet and in noise, for the hearing impaired children.
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