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- ChapterSource: Galster J, ed. Audiology Treatment. 3rd Edition. Thieme; 2018. doi:10.1055/b-006-149683Comment: When hearing aid performance began to be reported many years ago, hearing aid engineers made measurements and reported hearing aid performance on specification sheets using different methods. Such measurements are needed so that electroacoustic data can be provided to hearing aid dispensing professionals and to government agencies that relate to both quality control and actual performance during use.
- CockpitComment: Each practice setting comes with a unique set of challenges and limitations. It is critical for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to provide in-service education to staff when faced with complex cases in the skilled nursing, subacute, and/or long-term care rehabilitation settings.
- CockpitComment: PM (a 27-year-old female) was referred to our Audiology clinic by a friend in August 2016. PM reported no difficulties communicating in groups or in noisy listening environments. She reported, however, a history of intermittent bilateral “buzzing” after listening to music via headphones for long periods.
- CockpitComment: Jake failed newborn hearing screening and was referred for a diagnostic audiological evaluation. Both auditory brainstem response (ABR) and behavioral observation audiometry (BOA) testing utilizing sucking responses were performed, and Jake was identified with a mild, rising to slight hearing loss, by both ABR and BOA.
- E-JournalSource: Salvatore A. 2019; 40(01): 001 - 002.Comment: This issue addresses mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in the adult population. Outstanding specialists in a variety of disciplines discuss the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cognitive-linguistic, balance, and behavior assessment as well as short- and long-term management practices following a sports-related concussion and mTBI.
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