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Auditory brainstem response test: This test was conducted by using Spirit Evoked Potentials System (Nicolet) with silver plate electrodes.
When should automatic Auditory Brainstem Response test be used for newborn hearing screening?
Use of the auditory brainstem response testing in the clinical evaluation of the patients with diabetes mellitus.
Abbreviations: ABR = Auditory Brainstem Response, DD = Dichotic Digits, DPOAE = distortion product otoacoustic emission, EP = evoked potential, FP = Frequency Patterns, GIN = Gaps-In-Noise, GSI = Grason-Stadler, HL = hearing level, LLR = long latency response, MLD = Masking Level Difference, mTBI = mild traumatic brain injury, [N.
In various studies, the auditory brainstem response was used in order to identify central auditory impairment [28,29], whereas other studies employed the same procedure used in the present study (observation of behavioral responses) [24].
Testing methods included otoacoustic emissions (OAE) and auditory brainstem response (ABR).
Auditory Brainstem Response Testing (ABR/BSER/BAER) is another objective test.
program directors; OAE = otoacoustic emissions; ABR = auditory brainstem response.
The two most commonly used methods of testing are those of otacoustic emissions and automated auditory brainstem response (ABR).
The Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) and Behavior Observation Audiometric (BOA) methods are recommended for hard-to-test individuals; however, they are not always accurate in determining auditory function (Hecox, Gerber, & Mendel, 1983; Niswander, 1987; Spradlin, 1985).