Sabine Reinfeldt is an Associate Professor in the Biomedical signals and systems research group. She is involved in different research projects on a new Bone Conduction Implant System, mostly concerning bone conduction physiology. Sabine Reinfeldt teaches Biomedical Instrumentation to students in the Master Program of Biomedical Engineering. Her research interests include bone conduction hearing, bone conduction devices, hearing implants, occlusion effect, bone conduction transmission and sensitivity, human communication, and one’s own voice.
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Ankle Audiometry: A Clinical Test for the Enhanced Hearing Sensitivity for Body Sounds in Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome
A novel method for objective in-situ measurement of audibility in bone conduction hearing devices–a pilot study using a skin drive BCD
Consensus Statement on Bone Conduction Devices and Active Middle Ear Implants in Conductive and Mixed Hearing Loss
Long-term follow-up and review of the Bone Conduction Implant
Bone Conduction Stimulated VEMP Using the B250 Transducer
Effects of Simulated and Profound Unilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss on Recognition of Speech in Competing Speech
Three-Year Follow-Up with the Bone Conduction Implant
The effect of an active transcutaneous bone conduction device on spatial release from masking
Nasal sound pressure as objective verification of implant in active transcutaneous bone conduction devices
Effect of transducer attachment on vibration transmission and transcranial attenuation for direct drive bone conduction stimulation
The bone conduction implant - a review and 1-year follow-up
Robustness and lifetime of the bone conduction implant - a pilot study
VEMP using a new low-frequency bone conduction transducer
Direct bone conduction stimulation: Ipsilateral effect of different transducer attachments in active transcutaneous devices
Horizontal sound localisation accuracy in individuals with conductive hearing loss: effect of the bone conduction implant
Vibrotactile Thresholds on the Mastoid and Forehead Position of Deaf Patients Using Radioear B71 and B81
Rehabilitating Patients with Bone Conduction Hearing Devices: Two Effective Alternatives
Direct bone conduction stimulation: effect of different transducer attachments
Writing in the disciplines as writing to learn – student disciplinary discourse to enhance learning
Audiometric Comparison Between the First Patients With the Transcutaneous Bone Conduction Implant and Matched Percutaneous Bone Anchored Hearing Device Users
Audiometric comparison between Bone Anchored Hearing Aid and Bone Conduction Implant
New developments in bone-conduction hearing implants: a review
The bone conduction implant: Clinical results of the first six patients.
Magnetic resonance imaging investigation of the bone conduction implant - a pilot study at 1.5 Tesla.
Study of the Feasible Size of a Bone Conduction Implant Transducer in the Temporal Bone
Technical design of a new bone conduction implant (BCI) system
Audiometric results of the Bone Conduction Implant: a comparative study with the Bone Anchored Hearing Aid
Audiometric comparison in BCI and BAHA matched patients
The Bone Conduction Implant-First Implantation, Surgical and Audiologic Aspects.
Evaluation of bone tissue formation in a flat surface attachment of a Bone Conduction Implant - A pilot study in a sheep model
MRI Induced Torque and Demagnetization in Retention Magnets for a Bone Conduction Implant
Bone conduction hearing sensitivity in normal-hearing subjects: Transcutaneous stimulation at BAHA vs BCI position
Transmission of bone conducted sound - Correlation between hearing perception and cochlear vibration
A vibration investigation of a flat surface contact to skull bone for direct bone conduction transmission in sheep skulls in vivo.
Estimation of bone conduction skull transmission by hearing thresholds and ear-canal sound pressure
Transmission of bone conducted sound -correlation between hearing perception and cochlear vibration.
Feedback Analysis in Percutaneous Bone-Conduction Device and Bone-Conduction Implant on a Dry Cranium
Analysis and Design of RF Power and Data Link Using Amplitude Modulation of Class-E for a Novel Bone Conduction Implant
A Novel Bone Conduction Implant - Analog Radio Frequency Data and Power Link Design
Correlation between the cochlear promontory and hearing perception- a pilot study.
Optimal position of a new bone conduction implant.
Bone conduction implant- BCI, surgical and transmission issue.
Hearing one's own voice during phoneme vocalization-Transmission by air and bone conduction
A novel bone conduction implant (BCI): engineering aspects and pre-clinical studies.
Bone Conduction Hearing in Human Communication - Sensitivity, Transmission, and Applications
Percutaneous versus transcutaneous bone conduction implant system: a feasibility study on a cadaver head.
Examination of bone-conducted transmission from sound field excitation measured by thresholds, ear-canal sound pressure, and skull vibrations
A model of the occlusion effect with bone-conducted stimulation
Bone conducted sound transmission for communication systems
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A novel high performance induction link for hearing implants
Förbättrade metoder för yrseldiagnos med benledningsstimulering
Development of kinematic and muscle patterns in preterm infants (INFANTPATTERNS)
New implantable hearing device replacing the middle ear - optimization of the implant, comparison with rehabilitation alternatives, and investigation of a wider range of patients
Mätning av implanterbar benledningshörapparat