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Improving EHDI with CAEPs: Clinical Assessment of the Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential in Children with Hearing Loss

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1.  What does CAEP stand for?
  1. Central Auditory Evoked Potential
  2. Cortical Auditory Evidence-based Practice
  3. Cortical Auditory Evoked Potential
  4. Cortical Advanced Electrical Potentials
2.  What CAEP is measured with the HEARLab system?
  1. P300
  2. P1-N1-P2
  3. Wave V
  4. MMN
3.  What is the expected latency for a P1 response?
  1. 0-10 ms
  2. 10-50 ms
  3. 50-300 ms
  4. 300-500 ms
4.  What is the best patient state for recording CAEPs?
  1. Sleeping
  2. Drowsy
  3. Alert
  4. Active
5.  The following speech sound can be evaluated using the HEARLab system:
  1. /g/
  2. /t/
  3. /s/
  4. All of the above
6.  CAEPs evaluate the auditory pathway to the level of the:
  1. Primary Auditory Cortex
  2. Brainstem
  3. Cochlea
  4. 8th Auditory Nerve
7.  CAEP testing is a test of:
  1. Detection
  2. Discrimination
  3. Identification
  4. Comprehension
8.  For a 5-month-old with ANSD, hearing aids should be conservatively set according to:
  1. Tone burst ABR responses
  2. BOA responses
  3. CAEP responses
  4. A combination of CAEP responses and behavioral audiometry
9.  The following patients could benefit from CAEP testing:
  1. Slight to mild hearing loss
  2. ANSD
  3. CI-track
  4. All of the above
10.  Which of the following will CAEP testing not indicate?
  1. Need for amplification
  2. Need to consider a change in technology (i.e. Hearing aid to cochlear implant)
  3. Need for technology reprogramming
  4. Distortion between /s/ and /sh/ with frequency lowering technology

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