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Last Updated: 09/18/2022

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First-in-Human Early Feasibility Study of Safety, Tolerability and Efficacy for a Multichannel Vestibular Implant in Individuals With Bilateral Severe-to-Profound Loss of Vestibular Sensation

Summary: Although cochlear implants can restore hearing to individuals who have lost cochlear hair cell function, there is no adequately effective treatment for individuals suffering chronic imbalance, postural instability and unsteady vision due to loss of vestibular hair cell function. Preclinical studies have demonstrated that electrical stimulation of the vestibular nerve via a chronically implanted mu...

Single-sided Deafness and Cochlear Implantation

Summary: This observational study evaluates the effects of cochlear implantation in patients with deafness in one ear.

Deep Phenotyping of Hearing Instability Disorders: Cohort Establishment, Biomarker Identification, Development of Novel Phenotyping Measures, and Discovery of Therapeutic Targets

Summary: Background:~Disorders of hearing instability (HI) are poorly characterized and ineffectively treated. HI can cause fluctuations in hearing thresholds and speech understanding. Researchers want to use a specialized form of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and blood tests to learn more about HI.~Objective:~To characterize a cohort of people with HI and to correlate HI with other data, including hear...

Randomized Controlled Trial of Computerized Dynamic Posturography-assisted Vestibular Retraining Compared With At-home Vestibular Rehabilitation Exercises for Stable Unilateral Vestibular Deficit

Summary: People that have difficulty with balance have a higher risk of falling and reduced quality of life. Some individuals can learn to compensate using their vision, their sense of where their limbs are in space, and balance organs that are still intact. Rehabilitation exercises, which typically involve shaking and nodding of the head, are often prescribed for dizzy patients but are not effective for e...

Quantification of the Effect of the OtoBand, a Non-invasive Vestibular Masker, on Objective Measures of Vertigo and Dizziness

Summary: Vestibular disorders are among the most common causes of disability in society and affect over 50% of the population over the age of 65 and a significant percentage of the younger population. Vestibular disorders have a dramatic impact on daily life impacting work, relationships, and even activities of daily living.The OtoBand has shown promise and might be beneficial for treating or improving the...

A Phase II Placebo Controlled Study of the Effects of Anakinra (Kineret) in Subjects With Corticosteroid-Resistant Meniere's Disease (CR-MD) and Corticosteroid-Resistant Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease Disease (CR-AIED)

Summary: A Phase II randomized, placebo controlled study design of anakinra (Kineret) in corticosteroid-resistant Meniere's disease (CR-MD)and corticosteroid-resistant autoimmune inner ear disease (CR-AIED) patients. Patients will be randomized by a 2:1 allocation to anakinra or placebo for 42 continuous days. After day 42, a second placebo-controlled period will begin for an additional 42 days. This will ...

Comparison of Imaging Quality Between Spectral Photon Counting Computed Tomography (SPCCT) and Dual Energy Computed Tomography (DECT)

Summary: This pilot study wants to determine to which extent SPCCT allows obtaining images with improved quality and diagnostic confidence when compared to standard Dual Energy CT (DECT), both with and without contrast agent injection.~Depending on the anatomical structures/organs to be visualized during CT examinations, different scanning protocols are performed with quite variable ionizing radiation dose...
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Last Updated: 09/18/2022