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Audiometric data and subjects' opinions about change in their hearing have been collected from 113 men and 148 women who were those members of a random sample of older people examined on three occasions in a longitudinal study of persons aged 62-90 years at entry to the study. Increases in...
This study aimed to determine whether broad-band noise might be used to advantage as a stimulus in existing impedance tests. Data are described from a sample of patients of various aetiologies who were tested using broad-band noise, in addition to the normal pure tones, as an acoustic reflex...
Rehabilitation of hearing aid users embodies a comprehensive approach to patients' problems associated with their impairment in hearing. A few Centres have a follow-up counselling service at the hospital. This, however, falls short due to lack of attendance. It also fails to take into...
The air-bone gap was computed in an audiometric study of hearing loss in a random sample of older people (215 men and 272 women) using sound frequencies of 1,000 c.p.s. and 4,000 c.p.s. and omitting persons with abnormal ear drums. The prevalence of a gap larger than 10 dB was greater in both...
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