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Table 1 Patients’ demographics, audiological and otological indications for surgery

From: Three year experience with the cochlear BAHA attract implant: a systematic review of the literature

Study No of patients Gender Mean age (years), age range Audiological indications Otological indications
Baker 2015 [23] 6 4 M, 2 F 10.7 (5–15) 5 Unilateral SNHL
1 CHL
N/A
Gawecki 2016 [19] 20 7 M, 13 F 49.8 (25–67) 11 Bilateral Mixed HL
1 Bilateral CHL
8 Unilateral SNHL
8 COM
3 Atresia of EAC
8 otosclerosis
1 post-mumps
Deveze 2015 [6] 1 1 M 65 Unilateral SNHL Post Ramsey-Hunt
Iseri 2014 [24], Iseri 2015 [9] 16 6 M, 10 F 28 (5–52) N/A 14 COM
2 Atresia of EAC
Marsella 2015 [25] 3 N/A 25 (8–44) 3 CHL 2 Atresia of EAC
1 post-mastoidectomy
Clamp 2015 [2]
Briggs 2015 [22]
27 12 M, 15 F 47.5 (range N/A) 17 CHL
10 Unilateral SNHL
N/A
Powell 2015 [26] 6 N/A 16 (8–46) 2 Bilateral CHL
3 Unilateral CHL, Contralateral Mixed HL
1 Unilateral SNHL
1 SSD
2 LVAS and Mondini
1 Atresia of EAC
1 Meatal stenosis
1 primary ciliary dyskinesia
Carr 2015 [26] 10 5 M, 5 F 45.8 (21–60) 7 CHL
3 Unilateral SNHL
5 COM
1 Otosclerosis
1 Meatal stenosis
3 SSD
  1. CHL: Conductive Hearing Loss, COM: Chronic Otitis Media, EAC: External Auditory Canal, HL: Hearing Loss, N/A: Not available, No: number, M: Male, F: Female, SNHL: Sensorineural Hearing Loss, SSD: Sudden Sensorineural Deafness