Data from: Long-term use benefits of personal frequency-modulated systems for speech in noise perception in patients with stroke with auditory processing deficits: a non-randomised controlled trial study

Koohi N, Vickers D, Warren J, Werring D, Bamiou D

Date Published: January 26, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3hg4k

 

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Title FM BMJ
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Description This small non-randomized clinical trial incorporated an intervention group (subjects 1-4) and a standard care group (subjects 5-9). Outcome assessments were conducted during visit 1 and visit 2 at 10 weeks later. The outcome assessment tool was the Bamford- Kowal-Bench (BKB) sentence test presented against a 20-talker babble noise, conducted within the “crescent of sound” booth.The BKB sentences were presented from the loudspeaker positioned at 0° azimuth to the participant with the babble coming: a. from the same loudspeaker at 0°at the front b. from the loudspeaker 90° to the left (-90°). c. from the loudspeaker 90° to the right (+90°). The test was conducted with the participant using the FM (aided condition) or not using the FM (unaided condition). Microsoft Excel for Mac 2010 was used to create the data file. Side column denotes side of stroke lesion: 0(right lesion) 1(left lesion); Gender: 1 (male), 2(female); Group: 1(intervention) 0 (standard care)
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Koohi N, Vickers D, Warren J, Werring D, Bamiou D (2017) Long-term use benefits of personal frequency-modulated systems for speech in noise perception in patients with stroke with auditory processing deficits: a non-randomised controlled trial study. BMJ Open 7(4): e013003. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013003

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