They also cover current clinical protocols, equipment setup, patient-related factors, common clinical interpretations, and case studies of electrocochleography, automated hearing screening, threshold estimation using auditory brainstem response, brain-related injuries, surgical applications, and other areas; and patient preparation and data collection, report writing, stimulation calibration and generation, and evidence-based practice.
What does ECOG stand for?
ECOG stands for Electrocochleography
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Evoked otoacoustic emissions and electrocochleography in a patient with multiple sclerosis.
Audiometry and electrocochleography were performed preoperatively and at 2, 4, and 8 weeks after the procedure.
In addition, 22 patients had undergone preoperative transtympanic electrocochleography according to the method described by Aran.
In an experiment by Walsted et al, the authors drained CSF from 18 guinea pigs and compared their pre- and post-drainage electrocochleography results with those of 18 untreated control animals.
All patients had undergone a full evaluation of their hearing loss, including audiometry, otoacoustic emission testing, electrocochleography, and brainstemevoked response testing, depending on the individual's underlying etiology.