Yuri Yanov

Yuri Yanov
St. Petersburg ENT and Speech Research Institute

Doctor of Medicine

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Introduction
Yuri Yanov does research in Otolaryngology. Their most recent publication is 'Auditory Performances in Older and Younger Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients: Use of the HEARRING Registry'. Directions of scientific activity: investigated the fundamental processes of the auditory and vestibular analyzers; solved the problem of hearing restoration in cases of full impairment of the auditory analyzer; established a system of diagnosis and rehabilitation of hearing for the deaf citizens of Russia; developed the first domestic speech processor of the cochlear implant.
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March 2000 - present
St. Petersburg ENT and Speech Research Institute
St. Petersburg ENT and Speech Research Institute
Position
  • Managing Director

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Publications (9)
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Objective: To evaluate the hearing outcomes of cochlear implantation in different age groups by using data collected in the HEARRING registry. Methods: A multicenter study. Data of 146 patients were collected in a HEARRING registry. Patients were divided into three different age groups; ≤ 55 years old (age group 1, n = 66), 56 to 69 years old (a...
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Objective: To determine the time needed to remotely perform a set of intraoperative measurements during cochlear implantation surgery and to compare it to the time needed to perform the same measurements in theatre. Design: Prospective two-arm study comparing a local with a remote measurement setting. Three intraoperative measurements (Impedance Fi...
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One of the many parameters that can affect cochlear implant (CI) users’ performance is the site of presentation of electrical stimulation, from the CI, to the auditory nerve. Evoked compound action potential (ECAP) measurements are commonly used to verify nerve function by stimulating one electrode contact in the cochlea and recording the resulting...
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Conclusion The study demonstrates the medium-term stability and safety of the CONCERTO PIN cochlear implant. The use of the CONCERTO PIN proved to be suitable for the use of a surgical technique without the need for suture fixation and resulted in short surgery duration and a low medium-term complication rate. Objective The primary aim was to provi...
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Bone conduction implants are useful in patients with conductive and mixed hearing loss for whom conventional surgery or hearing aids are no longer an option. They may also be used in patients affected by single-sided deafness. To establish a consensus on the quality standards required for centers willing to create a bone conduction implant program....
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Early multi-channel designs in the history of cochlear implant development were based on a vocoder-type processing of frequency channels and presented bands of compressed analog stimulus waveforms simultaneously on multiple tonotopically arranged electrodes. The realization that the direct summation of electrical fields as a result of simultaneous...
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Conclusion: Remote programming is safe and is well received by health-care professionals and cochlear implant (CI) users. It can be adopted into clinic routine as an alternative to face-to-face programming. Objectives: Telemedicine allows a patient to be treated anywhere in the world. Although it is a growing field, little research has been publ...
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Unlabelled: Abstract Conclusion: The comprehensive Hearing Preservation classification system presented in this paper is suitable for use for all cochlear implant users with measurable pre-operative residual hearing. If adopted as a universal reporting standard, as it was designed to be, it should prove highly beneficial by enabling future studies...

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