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Synonyms for audiology

the measurement of hearing


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In a report, the director of improvement and business support Mark Commons said: "The current (Glan Clwyd) programme has the surgical, audiological and rehabilitative expertise to provide a paediatric implant service for North Wales.
He presents 17 chapters covering acoustics and sound measurement, anatomy and physiology of the auditory system, measurement principles and the nature of hearing, the audiometer and test environment, pure tone audiometry, auditory system and related disorders, acoustic immittance assessment, speech audiometry, clinical masking, behavioral tests for audiological diagnosis, physiological methods in audiology, assessment of infants and children, audiological screening, nonorganic hearing loss, audiological management, and effects of noise and hearing conservation.
The study participants were Caucasian, ages 53 to 67, and the samples were collected at eight centers in six nations throughout Europe from population registries or audiological consultations.
No patient now waits more than six weeks for their audiological assessment and there is a maximum waiting time of 18 weeks for their hearing aid to be fitted from the date they were referred by their GP.
The first contact they might have with medical or audiological specialists is often provided by Sound Seekers.
Clinically certified audiologists conducted the audiological examinations in a sound-treated booth using a Grason-Stadler GSI-61 clinical audiometer (VIASYS Healthcare, Inc, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania).
All had undergone audiological assessment, speech and language evaluation, and otological evaluation using standard procedures.
The cause of this despondency, he declared, was not physiological but audiological.
Since people with cerebral palsy have a higher prevalence of hearing loss, and early treatment is most effective, infants should have audiological screening tests and children should have an audiological evaluation.
When indicated, audiological evaluations and hearing aid evaluations were also performed.
Hearing loss is measurable, treatable, and manageable as long as there are appropriate audiological test protocols in place.
People who are "hard of hearing" have some degree of hearing loss ranging from mild to profound, as defined by audiological measurement; can benefit to some extent from the use of hearing aids or other assistive listening devices; depend primarily upon spoken or written English in communicating with others (do not rely on any form of sign language as their primary means of communication); and may or may not have taken steps to deal with their hearing loss (i.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Audiological Devices in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Hearing Aids (Behind-the-ear, In-the-ear, In-the-canal, & Completely-in-the-canal), Measurement/Testing Devices (Otoscopes, Audiometers, Impedence Analyzers, Hearing Aid Analyzers, & Others), and Cochlear Implants.
Contract notice: Audiological Implantable Devices and Associated Products and Maintenance Ear Moulds.
com/research/qmlh3g/global) has announced the addition of the "Global Audiological Devices Market 2015-2019" report to their offering.