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    the implant, it is called a hematoma. If you get a significant hematoma, you need to go back to the Operating Room to have it removed. You cannot heal properly if a…

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    Auguste Majkowski, a Canadian boy was born deaf and received a bilateral cochlear implant which failed to help him hear. A bilateral cochlear implant helps provide hearing in 360 degrees because your head acts as a barrier to sounds coming from different directions (Cochlear, n.d.). Thirty-six days after Auguste’s surgery, he lifted his head after audiologists Margaret Winter sent pulses of electric currents to his brain. Lifting his head showed that he heard a sound. This reaction was…

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    Advancements of Prosthetics Over the Years 1 in 190 Americans are currently living with the loss of a limb, in the year 2005 1.6 million people were living with the loss of a limb (Langtree,2016). Therefore, prosthetics have advanced due to the change to lighter material, the change in mobility (movement),and the design has become more productable and useful for the amputee. “The evolution of prosthetics is a long and storied history, from its primitive beginnings to its sophisticated present,…

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    begin the steps towards having full dental implants. It takes multiple steps spread out over many months for this entire process. Here is a brief rundown of how the process works. Step #1: Fabrication Of Immediate Dentures The first step towards getting full dental implants is the fabrication of immediate dentures. You are going to need teeth to eat and talk with while you are going through the process of having your teeth removed and your full dental implants installed. Your dentist will…

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    just by simply scanning the implant and entering it into a database, because this information is stored on a database it is “continuously updated” to be the most accurate (Lewan). Though its medical breakthroughs carrying an individuals medical history is not this chips only feat. A couple clubs have decided to integrate this technology into their systems, in “ march 2004 . . . [the club] Baja Beach in Barcelona, Spain” became one of the first to implicate the RFID implant into the security…

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    Brain Implants. Introduction Brain implants, also known as neural implants, are technology implanting devices on surface of the brain that connects directly to the neural system. Some possible use for brain implant technology are treatment for brain disorder, restoring and enhancing of sensory system, and augmenting brain processing. In this paper, the ethical considerations of applying brain implant technology for both therapeutic and enhancement purpose will be examined. Overview of brain…

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    The eighties was also the time when the cochlear implant was developed. A cochlear implant is a device inserted into the cochlear which is part of the inner ear. It uses an electrode to stimulate the auditory nerve which makes hearing possible for some people with certain types of hearing loss. This is a major breakthrough…

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    One of the recommendations of cochlear implants’ ethics is that the parents who are not Deaf or hard of hearing should be informed of all risks of the implants before making the decision to do the cochlear implant in charge of their deaf child. The first reason why hearing parents should have the access to the full information about the cochlear implant before taking the decision is that knowledge can relieve tension and psychological state of the parent, in addition, to ensure them that they…

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    you or look down on you before they have a chance to know you. This is something that you believe would keep you from getting a nice job or even being able to find the love of your life. Finding a local Concord dentist that specializes in dental implants is what you need for this particular problem.…

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    The Cochlear Implant: A miracle to hear The objective of this research paper is to my personal knowledge and to show how deaf people need the opportunity to receive the miracle to hear and why this cochlear implant is the best option for them. This research paper starts with the story how the cochlear implant was invented. Later, the differences between hearing aids and the cochlear implant and the procedure of Cochlear Implant. Finally, how this cochlear implant affects to the deaf community.…

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