Electrode independence in intraneural cochlear nerve stimulation

  • Badi A
  • Owa A
  • Shelton C
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We have previously reported feline electrophysiological and anatomical studies focused on the development of an intraneural auditory neuroprosthesis. Because only the tips of the electrodes implanted in the cochlear nerve are the stimulating elements that abut the nerve axons, we hypothesize that intraneural stimulation will be highly focal in nature. In this article, we report the electrophysiological characterization of the selective activation of subpopulations of cochlear nerve fibers via electrodes implanted in feline cochlear nerve.

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  • Auditory nerve
  • Auditory neuroprosthesis
  • Channel independence
  • Cochlear implants
  • Microelectrodes

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  • Arunkumar N. Badi

  • Anthony O. Owa

  • Clough Shelton

  • Richard A. Normann

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