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How Loud is Too Loud? Using LDL Measures for Hearing Aid Fitting and Verification (PART 1)

Course: #827Level: Introductory1 Hour 135 Reviews
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A discussion of LDLs and their clinical use for fitting hearing instruments.

Course created on June 8, 2009

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  • checkmarkThe participant will be able to describe the appropriate methods for conducting LDL measures.
  • checkmarkThe participant will be able to describe how LDLs can be used to program hearing aids.
  • checkmarkThe participant will be able to describe how loudness verification can be conducted using probe-microphone measures.

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Presenter Disclosure: Dr. Mueller is a consultant for Siemens Hearing Instruments

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