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Synonyms for implant

Synonyms for implant

to fix (an idea, for example) in someone's mind by reemphasis and repetition

Synonyms for implant

fix or set securely or deeply

become attached to and embedded in the uterus

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put firmly in the mind

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El Shazly pointed out that around 1,500 persons who had a cochlear implant in 2017, while in 2018, Egypt targets to reach 2,200 beneficiaries.
While speech and language skills improved in all children regardless of age after they received a cochlear implant, age emerged as a powerful predictor in just how much improvement was seen.
However, not much research has been done to systematically compare these several noise reduction methods in the context of cochlear implant devices.
In contrast, in pediatric patients, the Cambridge Cochlear Implant Program continues to support a dual-modality approach, with high-resolution CT and magnetic resonance imaging of the petrous bone and brain in pediatric implant candidates.
Cochlear implant considerations in children with additional disabilities.
Before establishing its new Cochlear Implant Unit, UHS opened a Hearing Aid Clinic late in 2015, which now offers a one-stop shop for people with hearing disabilities.
After cochlear implant surgery, rehabilitation is essential, can be imparted at the hospital or auditory rehabilitation centers, the patient needs to know learning or relearning techniques.
Local tissue response to cochlear implant device housings.
The Crown Prince's initiative led to an increased number of people benefiting from cochlear implant operations, which are considered expensive, by providing financial support.
A cochlear implant is an electronic system that stimulates the hearing nerves, directly sending a sensation of sound to the brain.
A cochlear implant is an electronic device that enhances the sense of sound for people with a hearing impairment.
Nine-year-old girl was left with permanent hearing difficulties after she got the cochlear implant surgery done in 2011.
This edition covers the preservation of residual hearing following cochlear implant surgery; programming implants for patients with substantial residual hearing in the low-frequency range, including electrode array options; cochlear implant impedances and the impact of impedance on programming and management; signal coding strategies and signal processing; and theoretical concepts that may influence programming.