profoundly deaf

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profoundly deaf

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(Pathology) unable to hear any sound below 95 decibels in one's better ear
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Adj.1.profoundly deaf - totally deafprofoundly deaf - totally deaf; unable to hear anything
deaf - lacking or deprived of the sense of hearing wholly or in part
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According to him, by the age of three or four, the patient suffers from profound hearing loss.
Michelle Grace spent the first two years of her life in complete silence as she suffered from profound hearing loss.
In the study, 'Spoken Language Development in Children Following Cochlear Implantation' which was published in the April 21 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), researchers followed 188 children, ages 6 months to 5 years, with profound hearing loss for three years after receiving cochlear implants at six U.
Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore Medical Center is proud to announce that it has expanded services to include cochlear implant surgery to help individuals with moderate to profound hearing loss who are not receiving enough benefit from a hearing aid or aids.
Around 70 million people in the world need a wheelchair while on 5 to 15 percent have access to one while 360 million people have moderate to profound hearing loss.
Around 70 million people in the world need a wheelchair while on 5 to 15 percent have access to one while 360 million people have moderate to profound hearing loss,' she said while addressing a two-day seminar on International Day for Persons with Disability entitled 'Awareness in Action towards resilient society' organized by Department of Special Education, University of Karachi (KU) at Arts Auditorium, KU.
Despite huge advances in technology, including high-powered hearing aids and cochlear implantation, children with a congenital severe to profound hearing loss may have minimum benefit from amplification, and will require specialised and regular input and education to acquire oral language skills and literacy.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 20, 2017-Cochlear Americas wins US FDA approval for remote programming for first nucleus cochlear implant system in aid of persons with profound hearing loss
M2 PHARMA-November 20, 2017-Cochlear Americas wins US FDA approval for remote programming for first nucleus cochlear implant system in aid of persons with profound hearing loss
Cochlear implants are covered by Medicare for patients who qualify--the criteria include severe or profound hearing loss in both ears, and being able to recognize fewer than 40 percent of words on a sentence test carried out in a quiet room while wearing your hearing aids.
Cochlear implants are small implantable devices that allow people with profound hearing loss to experience the sensation of sound by electrically stimulating the inner ear.
Of the 25 female children of the group, 24 (96%) had a with profound hearing loss, which established a significant correlation between gender and the degree of hearing loss (x2= 8.