Program

Opening Lectures

 

Chair
  Tatsuya Yamasoba, MD, PhD, Japan
Speakers
  Ear and Hearing in History of Japan
    Kimitaka Kaga, MD, PhD, Japan
  Database of cochlear implantation in Japan
    Haruo Takahashi, MD, Japan
  What we learned from initial multichannel CI in Japan
    Kozo Kumakawa, MD, PhD, Japan

 

Keynote Lectures

 

Speakers
  Novel and future auditory device for hearing rehabilitation
    Thomas Lenarz, MD. PhD, Germany
  Binaural Hearing With Cochlear Implants
    Joachim Müller, MD. PhD, Germany
  Robotic Assisted Cochlear Implantation, The Antwerp Clinical Experience
    Paul Van De Heyning, MD. PhD, Belgium

 

Symposium Topics (Tentative)

 

1.   Hearing Preservation 1
2.   Novel/Future Device and Therapy 1
3.   Novel/Future Device and Therapy 2
4.   Single Side Deafness and Asymmetrical HL
5.   Music Perception & QOL
6.   Genetic
7.   Vestibule Preservation & Electric Stimulation
8.   Awareness of CI
9.   Elderly
10.   Remote Mapping/Rehabilitation 1
11.   Bilateral CI in the World and Asia Oceanian Countries
12.   Interaoperative Monitoring in CI
13.   Hearing Preservation 2
14.   Middle Ear Implant/BC Implant 1
15.   Hearing Preservation 3
16.   Bilateral CI
17.   Management of Difficult Case 1
18.   Management of Difficult Case 2
19.   Middle Ear Implant/BC Implant 2
20.   Management of Difficult Case 3
21.   Tinnitus
22.   Central Processing
23.   Auditory Brain Stem Implant
24.   CI in Emerging Area/Countries
25.   Coding Strategy
26.   Criteria for CI in Different Countries
27.   Acoustic Hearing, Speech Processor
28.   Middle Ear Implant/BC Implant 3
29.   Tonal Language
30.   Management of Difficult Case 4
31.   Electrode Positioning
32   Remote Mapping/Rehabilitation 2

 

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