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Synonyms for audiometry

the measurement of hearing


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measuring sensitivity of hearing

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The audiologist will use a battery of tests, including otoacoustic emissions, pure tone audiometry, speech audiometry, and auditory brainstem response tests to thoroughly assess the child's hearing (ASHA, 2009b).
This article follows the development of speech audiometry, specifically, speech recognition threshold (SRT), for multilingual populations.
Speech audiometry, Second Danavox Symposium, Odense.
This textbook introduces audiology, covering the field as a discipline and career; the fundamentals of hearing science, including the properties of sound and the anatomy and functions of the auditory system; and clinical audiology, including audiometric testing, audiogram interpretation, speech audiometry, masking for pure-tone and speech audiometry, disorders of the auditory system, and screening for hearing loss.
3 During your visits to households with elderly people, do you ask about: a) hearing difficulties ( ) yes ( ) no b) difficulties in understanding the tv set ( ) yes ( ) no c) difficulty in understanding people ( ) yes ( ) no d) difficulties in swallowing ( ) yes ( ) no e) presence of choking ( ) yes ( ) no f) difficulties in speech ( ) yes ( ) no g) vocal disorders / weakness ( ) yes ( ) no h) undergoing speech audiometry ( ) Yes ( ) No i) use of hearing aids ( ) yes ( ) no 9.
Preoperatively, speech audiometry revealed an SRT of 55 dB and a WRS of 0% on the right side.
Patients were assessed using Pure Tone Audiometry (PTA) and Speech Audiometry at first visit, after 6 months and after 12 months.
7 - tonal audiometer with the possibility of free fields and speech audiometry, otoacoustic emissions3.
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.
Speech audiometry is typically conducted with English materials.
Thus, individuals who agreed to participate in this research signed the Informed Consent Form (ICF) and then passed through the following procedures: audiological and auditory processing, visual inspection of the external auditory canal, pure tone audiometry, speech audiometry, tympanometry, investigation of contralateral acoustic reflexes, sound localization test, test for verbal and non-verbal memory, as well as original and adapted TCST.