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The air-bone conductions of both ears in pure tone audiometry were lower than 25 dB HL (0.
Pure tone audiometry of each individual was carried out and information was gathered through personal interaction and this information was written on separate individual data sheet.
Descriptive analysis of audiometry variables (average threshold pure tone for frequencies 500Hz, 1000Hz, 2000Hz and 4.
The test results were displayed in a typical audiogram format, indicating pure tone air conduction hearing sensitivities.
Procedures for all subjects included (1) a brief hearing history questionnaire, (2) otoscopy, (3) tympanometry, (4) pure tone air conduction thresholds obtained by a licensed audiologist using the modified Hughson-Westlake procedure [9], and (5) pure tone air conduction thresholds in the SRO frequency range obtained by each subject using the automated self-testing mode.
According to the results obtained, there was no significant change in the otoacoustic emission test caused by the average threshold value of the pure tone of the ESWL (Table).
Pure tone audiometry which was used to determine the hearing loss relies on patient response and hence is a subjective test.
Pure tone audiometry is the key hearing test used to identify hearing threshold levels of an individual, enabling determination of the degree, type and configuration of a hearing loss.
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UOWD's winning entry was Ear-It, a pure tone audiometer mobile application that screens, diagnoses and makes recommendations for hearing loss.
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.
Current screening modalities in preschool children, who have access, continue to rely on traditional pure tone audiometry conducted in the pediatric office, school setting by an audiologist or nurse.