audiogram

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a graphical representation of a person's auditory sensitivity to sound

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6) Then the preoperative bone-conduction audiograms were compared with the postoperative bone-conduction audiograms obtained at 24 hours and 6 months.
All DoD personnel exposed to noise levels greater than the OEL are identified on the command's roster for inclusion in the Hearing Conservation Program (HCP); therefore, requiring personnel to be placed in a hearing testing surveillance program and have an audiogram conducted at least annually.
Tenders are invited for Audiogram, Respiratory Medical Clearance and Hazardous Materials Team Clearance Testing.
All participants had formal audiograms done, and were tested in three different settings with the iPhone, i.
Also included are two objective test methods for identifying outer hair cell changes and predicting audiogram changes using distortion-product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs).
This raises the question of accuracy of audiograms.
Contributed by audiologists and otolaryngologists mainly from the US, cases include basic and complex diagnosis; management of technologies like hearing aids, cochlear implants, Baha, and FM systems; vestibular issues; and management of auditory development; with audiograms.
Sample audiograms and case studies illustrate common hearing disorders.
Monitoring audiograms (hearing tests) typically is done without noise rest to determine if the hearing of a noise-exposed individual is being affected.
Bessette also suggests tracking occupational noise exposure histories in employee personnel records to help audiologists interpret employee audiograms.
Requires personnel assigned to work noise hazardous areas to be enrolled in the hearing conservation program and to receive annual audiograms, beginning within the year of being assigned to work in the environment.
Pre-placement physicals, DOT physicals, pre-placement functional evaluations, executive physicals, drug screens, hair testing, random drug testing, testcup, alcohol screens, pulmonary function testing, audiograms, fit testing, adult immunizations, PPD testing, blood panels, IME, PPI rating, employee assistance program, CPR training and first aid training.
Pre- and postconcert audiograms were compared, and the data were analyzed using a multinomial probability model to determine audiogram frequency test-retest variability.
Popular add-ons include exercise stress test, sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy and audiograms, according to James Casanova, MD, CPE, FACPE, associate dean, clinical affairs, Medical College of Wisconsin Physician Practice.
A recent analysis of audiograms for a large cohort of noise-exposed miners by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health revealed that 90% of the U.