Epidural recordings in cochlear implant users

Sabine Haumann, Günther Bauernfeind, Magnus Johannes Teschner, Irina Schierholz, Martin G Bleichner, Andreas Büchner, Thomas Lenarz
2019 Journal of Neural Engineering  
In the long term it is desirable for CI users to control their device via brain signals. A possible strategy is the use of auditory evoked potentials (AEPs). Several studies have shown the suitability of auditory paradigms for such an approach. However, these investigations are based on non-invasive recordings. When thinking about everyday life applications, it would be more convenient to use implanted electrodes for signal acquisition. Ideally, the electrodes would be directly integrated into
more » ... he CI. Further it is to be expected that invasively recorded signals have higher signal quality and are less affected by artifacts.
doi:10.1088/1741-2552/ab1e80 pmid:31042688 fatcat:g2wka2cjvzdrxbeolxuqznxcpq