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Read CEU articles and transcripts from experts in audiology and industry.

Speech Burst and Click Evoked ABR

Aditee A Khaladkar, N. Kartik, C. S. Vanaja

May 23, 2005

Aditee Ashok Khaladkar, Postgraduate student (Audiology), Department of Audiology, All India institute of Speech and Hearing, Naimisham campus, Manasagangothri, Mysore - 570006. kaditee@yahoo.com N.Ka...   Read More

 


A Practice Conundrum: E-waste Disposal

Paul Popp, PhD, BC-HIS, MCAP

May 23, 2005

Computers and related information technologies (workstations, scanners, printers, docking stations, personal digital assistants, hand-held diagnostic and screening tools, cell phones, servers, etc.) a...   Read More


An Exercise in Futility: Frustrations of a Hearing Conservationist (An Historical Review and Summary of Hearing Conservation Issues)

David M. Lipscomb, PhD

May 16, 2005

Of all industrial injuries, occupational hearing loss is entirely preventable." Dr. Joseph Sataloff Over the years, it has been the author's responsibility to consult with federal agencies; to establi...   Read More


The Road Back

Doug Metz

May 9, 2005

I was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 1996. I searched for experts to help me recover from the loss of balance, facial function, eye function, hearing, reduced stamina and overall lesser motivation fo...   Read More

  


Tinnitus Loudness Perception in Precipitous HF Losses.

Max Stanley Chartrand, PhD, BC-HIS

April 18, 2005

Ringing in the ears" is the most common complaint described by people who also suffer from precipitous high frequency sensorineural hearing impairment. In many cases, their tinnitus can be frequency m...   Read More

 


A New Definition for Modern Hearing Aids

Victor Bray, PhD, Michael Nilsson, PhD

April 11, 2005

(noun, plural) (archaic) : electronic devices usually worn by a person for amplifying sound before it reaches the auditory receptor organs. (modern) : electronic devices worn by a person for processin...   Read More


Integrating New Technology: Addressing Old Problems

Donald J. Schum, PhD

March 21, 2005

Processing speech in difficult listening environments to allow maximal word and sentence recognition is the single greatest challenge facing hearing aid researchers and manufacturers. Interference fro...   Read More


Automated Audiometry: Progress or Pariah?

Robert H. Margolis, PhD

January 17, 2005

The chapter titled "Automatic Audiometry" in Jerger's 1963 Modern Developments in Audiology began with.... The number of audiometric examinations made today has grown to such a magnitude that it is on...   Read More


From 'Free Service' to 'Fee for Service'

Charles Stone, AuD

January 3, 2005

As the profession of audiology progresses, I believe we'll need to make changes in the status quo. When considering the future, it's helpful to review our history and our evolution towards independent...   Read More


Audiology Clinical Technique and Personal Style

Robert M. Traynor, EdD, MBA

December 20, 2004

Adjunct Professor of Audiology University of Florida Gainesville, FL In a previous article for Audiology Online, I presented issues and considerations relating to the personality of hearing impaired p...   Read More


The Automatic Directional System: Factors in Solving the Noise Problem

Laurel Olson, MA, CCC-A

December 13, 2004

The hearing aid industry has made significant strides regarding the fidelity and sophistication of hearing aid signal processing and fitting strategies for state-of-the-art hearing aids. Nonetheless,...   Read More


Hearing Aid Compatibility: Technical Update

Tom Victorian

December 6, 2004

Making Wireless Accessible to You' was the hearing aid compatibility (HAC) theme at the recent Self Help for Hard of Hearing (SHHH) convention in Omaha. The Hearing Industry Association (HIA) and the...   Read More

 


A White Paper Addressing the Societal Costs of Hearing Loss and Issues in Third Party Reimbursement

HIA 2004

November 8, 2004

The purpose of this paper is to provide policy makers, government officials, third party payers and consumers a brief overview of hearing health challenges in the United States and highlight the heari...   Read More

  


Redefining the Hearing Aid Selection Process

Mark Ross, PhD

November 1, 2004

When audiologists began dispensing hearing aids some 30 years ago, our ostensible rationale was that in order to provide a total aural rehabilitative program to our patients, we needed to control the...   Read More

 


Parent Infant Programs (PIP) & Preschool Education of Children with Hearing Impairment

Ananya Chatterjee, Srikantakr Mishra

November 1, 2004

District Center for Rehabilitation for the Persons with Disabilities Jalpaiguri, West Bengal, India The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of a parent infant program (PIP) on academic pe...   Read More

 


To Au.D or not to Au.D?. . . . that was my question!

Louis Du Brey

October 25, 2004

Klamath Falls, OR louisd@hearingoffice.com I started college in 1980 after finishing a tour of duty with Uncle Sam. I lived in Port Angeles, WA, and enrolled at Peninsula College. By 1987, I completed...   Read More


The BAHA® System Demo

Teri Sinopoli, MA, CCC-A, FAAA

October 18, 2004

The Baha System is the only implanted treatment for hearing loss that works through direct bone conduction. This unique method of sound transfer utilizes the skull bones to send sound to the cochlea,...   Read More


Quantitative Method in the Analysis of Pure-Tone Audiometry

Michael J.M. Raffin, PhD, Francis J. Nourie, PhD, John P. Leonetti, MD, Douglas Anderson, MD, J. Stephen Sinclair, PhD

October 11, 2004

Michael J.M. Raffin, Ph.D. Department of Audiology Loyola University Medical Center Maywood, IL Francis J. Nourie, Ph.D. Department of Management Science, LUC John P. Leonetti, M.D. Department of Otol...   Read More


Issues in Coding and Billing: A Fireside Chat....

Robert C. Fifer, PhD

September 6, 2004

Some questions tend to plague clinicians in their endeavor to execute appropriate coding and billing practices. To resolve some of these issues, I offer this "Fireside Chat" to address the following i...   Read More


T-Coils: Getting The Most Out Of Your Hearing Aid

Nancy L. Aarts, PhD

August 16, 2004

Consumers report they want hearing aids to provide more benefit in noisy situations, have better sound quality and produce less feedback (Kochkin, 2002). Many of these problems occur due to limitation...   Read More

 


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