Jfarinas/ novembre 16, 2022/ Current, Projects

Pharyngo-Laryngeal Effectiveness – Non Invasive Device Context and objectives Oropharyngeal dysphagia (OD) is a major public health problem. This swallowing disorder affects the elderly (50%) and patients with neurological disorders and head and neck cancer (80%), with the main complications being respiratory infections and undernutrition. These complications lead to long hospitalizations, the use of antibiotics and industrial modified food, and increased mortality rates in these

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Action on Hearing Loss

Jfarinas/ janvier 8, 2017/ Previous

Using automatic speech recognition to predict speech-in-noise perception for simulated age-related hearing loss Background The most common treatment for hearing loss is the fitting of hearing aids (HAs), based on the patient’s audiometric pure-tone thresholds, to restore the audibility of those sounds the patient is no longer able to hear. However, patient satisfaction and compliance with HA prescription heavily depend

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Characterizing Pathological Voices

Jfarinas/ janvier 7, 2016/ Analysis

Context The SAMoVA research team is contributing to the analysis and characterization of pathological voices through three main projects: The Carcinologic Speech Severity Index (C2SI): a Speech Disorder Severity Index to measure the impact of oral and pharyngeal cavity on speech production, in partnership with CHU Toulouse, LPL Aix-en-Provence, PETRA MSH Toulouse, URI Octogone-Lordat Toulouse, Université d’Avignon et des Pays de

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