Mark Flynn
Mark Flynn
University of Newcastle
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Implantable vascular access device
K Eliasen
US Patent App. 10/412,515, 2004
922004
Training phonological awareness skills in children with Down syndrome
EJ Kennedy, MC Flynn
Research in developmental disabilities 24 (1), 44-57, 2003
892003
Stability, survival, and tolerability of a novel baha implant system: six-month data from a multicenter clinical investigation
CAJ Dun, MJF de Wolf, MKS Hol, S Wigren, M Eeg-Olofsson, K Green, ...
Otology & Neurotology 32 (6), 1001-1007, 2011
842011
Clinical performance of a new magnetic bone conduction hearing implant system: results from a prospective, multicenter, clinical investigation
R Briggs, A Van Hasselt, M Luntz, M Goycoolea, S Wigren, P Weber, ...
Otology & Neurotology 36 (5), 834-841, 2015
832015
Speech understanding with a new implant technology: a comparative study with a new nonskin penetrating Baha system
A Kurz, M Flynn, M Caversaccio, M Kompis
BioMed research international 2014, 2014
602014
Early phonological awareness and reading skills in children with Down syndrome
E Kennedy, M Flynn
Down Syndrome Research and Practice 8 (3), 100-109, 2003
592003
Aided speech recognition abilities of adults with a severe or severe-to-profound hearing loss
MC Flynn, RC Dowell, GM Clark
Journal of speech, language, and hearing research 41 (2), 285-299, 1998
591998
The influence of different speech processor and hearing aid settings on speech perception outcomes in electric acoustic stimulation patients
K Vermeire, I Anderson, M Flynn, P Van de Heyning
Ear and Hearing 29 (1), 76-86, 2008
582008
Improving the classroom listening skills of children with Down syndrome by using sound-field amplification
L Bennetts, M Flynn
Down Syndrome Research and Practice 8 (1), 19-24, 2002
492002
Auditory and vestibular sequelae to traumatic brain injury: a pilot study
MA Jury, MC Flynn
New Zealand medical journal 114 (1134), 286, 2001
492001
Histologic evaluation of soft tissue integration of experimental abutments for bone anchored hearing implants using surgery without soft tissue reduction
A Larsson, S Wigren, M Andersson, G Ekeroth, M Flynn, U Nannmark
Otology & Neurotology 33 (8), 1445-1451, 2012
472012
Baha solutions for patients with severe mixed hearing loss
MC Flynn, A Sadeghi, G Halvarsson
Cochlear implants international 10 (sup1), 43-47, 2009
412009
Benefits of low-frequency attenuation of baha® in single-sided sensorineural deafness
F Pfiffner, M Kompis, M Flynn, K Åsnes, A Arnold, C Stieger
Ear and hearing 32 (1), 40-45, 2011
382011
Long-term stability, survival, and tolerability of a novel osseointegrated implant for bone conduction hearing: 3-year data from a multicenter, randomized, controlled, clinical …
RC Nelissen, J Stalfors, MJF de Wolf, MC Flynn, S Wigren, ...
Otology & Neurotology 35 (8), 1486-1491, 2014
372014
An experimental evaluation of a new craniofacial implant using the rabbit tibia model: Part II. Biomechanical findings
L Sennerby, J Gottlow, A Rosengren, M Flynn
Otology & Neurotology 31 (5), 840-845, 2010
342010
Maximizing the voice-to-noise ratio (VNR) via voice priority processing
MA Directionality
Hearing Review, 2004
302004
An experimental evaluation of a new craniofacial implant using the rabbit tibia model: part I. Histologic findings
J Gottlow, L Sennerby, A Rosengren, M Flynn
Otology & Neurotology 31 (5), 832-839, 2010
282010
Hearing performance benefits of a programmable power baha® sound processor with a directional microphone for patients with a mixed hearing loss
MC Flynn, A Hedin, G Halvarsson, T Good, A Sadeghi
Clinical and experimental otorhinolaryngology 5 (Suppl 1), S76, 2012
262012
Multiple-channel non-linear power hearing instruments for children with severe hearing impairment: long-term follow-up
MC Flynn, PB Davis, R Pogash
International Journal of Audiology 43 (8), 479-485, 2004
262004
Bone conduction device support
S Kristo, HP Cindric, H Jeppesen, M Práme, M Flynn
US Patent App. 13/270,735, 2013
25*2013
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