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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2011.tde-03012012-101006
Document
Author
Full name
Mario Edvin Greters
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Bittar, Roseli Saraiva Moreira (President)
Bottino, Marco Aurelio
Ganança, Maurício Malavasi
Lavinsky, Luiz
Sanchez, Tanit Ganz
Title in Portuguese
Recuperação postural em usuários de implante coclear com bom e mau desempenho auditivo
Keywords in Portuguese
Adulto
Discriminação vocal
Equilíbrio postural
Implante coclear
Perda auditiva
Potencial evocado P300
Abstract in Portuguese
OBJETIVO: verificar a inter-relação entre a recuperação postural e o bom ou baixo desempenho de indivíduos usuários de implante coclear (IC). MÉTODO: Foram avaliados 21 indivíduos divididos em três grupos: nove usuários de IC com bom desempenho, cinco de IC com baixo desempenho e sete controles. Todos os sujeitos foram submetidos a dois testes: Teste de Integração Sensorial (TIS) da Posturografia Dinâmica Computadorizada (PDC), com intervalo de 40 a 60 minutos entre eles, com a finalidade de observar o aprendizado de estratégias posturais no segundo teste. Os resultados obtidos foram submetidos à avaliação estatística. RESULTADOS: Os indivíduos com baixo desempenho apresentaram níveis significativamente mais baixos de aprendizado que os outros dois Grupos em C4, C5, C6 e IE. CONCLUSÂO: Os usuários de IC com bom desempenho mostraram melhor índice de recuperação postural quando comparados àqueles de IC com baixo desempenho
Title in English
Postural recovery in cochlear implant users with good and poor hearing performance
Keywords in English
Adult
Balance
Cochlear implant
Hearing loss
Long latency hearing evoked potential P300
Speech discrimination
Abstract in English
OBJECTIVE: To test the inter-relationship between postural recovery and good or poor performance of individuals using cochlear implant (CI). METHODS: We studied 21 subjects divided into three groups: nine cochlear implant users with good performance, 5 CI users with poor performance and 7 controls. All subjects underwent two tests in Sensory Integration Test (SOT) of computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) with an interval of 40 to 60 minutes between them, in order to observe the learning of postural strategies in the second test. The results were submitted to statistical evaluation. RESULTS: Individuals with poor performance had significantly lower difference between the results of the second and the first test than the other two groups at C4, C5, C6 and composite. CONCLUSION: CI users with good performance had better postural recovery rate when compared to the cochlear implant users with poor performance
 
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2012-01-03
 
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