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Otologic-Audiologic Hearing Aid Evaluation: An Office Procedure

Otologic-Audiologic Hearing Aid Evaluation: An Office Procedure Abstract This hearing aid evaluation procedure performed in the otologist's office consisted of three visits: (I) a complete otological examination, an audiological evaluation, and an earmold impression; (2) the dispensing of the earmold and a list of hearing aids that the patient obtains and uses at home; and (3) the evaluation of the efficiency of each hearing aid and the recommendation of the most beneficial aid or aids. For follow up a questionnaire has been sent to each patient seen between November 1966 and April 1970, and it has been found that 97% of those returning the questionnaire were successfully using the recommended aid. References 1. Newby HA: Audiology . New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1958, pp 234-242. 2. Carhart R: Hearing aid selection by university clinics . J Speech Hearing Dis 15:106-113, 1950. 3. Shore I, Kramer JC: A comparison of two procedures for hearing aid evaluation . J Speech Hearing Dis 28:159-170, 1963. 4. Resnick DM, Becker M: Hearing aid evaluation: A new approach . ASHA 5:695-699, 1963. 5. Kasten R, Revoile S: Variability of electroacoustic characteristics of hearing aids . ASHA 7: 364, 1965. 6. A conference of hearing aid evaluation procedures . ASHA Rep 2:16, 1967. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

Otologic-Audiologic Hearing Aid Evaluation: An Office Procedure

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1971 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9977
DOI
10.1001/archotol.1971.00770060066006
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Abstract

Abstract This hearing aid evaluation procedure performed in the otologist's office consisted of three visits: (I) a complete otological examination, an audiological evaluation, and an earmold impression; (2) the dispensing of the earmold and a list of hearing aids that the patient obtains and uses at home; and (3) the evaluation of the efficiency of each hearing aid and the recommendation of the most beneficial aid or aids. For follow up a questionnaire has been sent to each patient seen between November 1966 and April 1970, and it has been found that 97% of those returning the questionnaire were successfully using the recommended aid. References 1. Newby HA: Audiology . New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1958, pp 234-242. 2. Carhart R: Hearing aid selection by university clinics . J Speech Hearing Dis 15:106-113, 1950. 3. Shore I, Kramer JC: A comparison of two procedures for hearing aid evaluation . J Speech Hearing Dis 28:159-170, 1963. 4. Resnick DM, Becker M: Hearing aid evaluation: A new approach . ASHA 5:695-699, 1963. 5. Kasten R, Revoile S: Variability of electroacoustic characteristics of hearing aids . ASHA 7: 364, 1965. 6. A conference of hearing aid evaluation procedures . ASHA Rep 2:16, 1967.

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Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jan 1, 1971

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