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Tinnitus Management Like No Other, From No-One Else

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1.  How many people in the United States have reported experiencing tinnitus?
  1. 2 million
  2. 5 million
  3. 20 million
  4. 50 million
2.  Which health conditions is NOT directly associated with tinnitus?
  1. Hypertension
  2. Tendonitis
  3. Cardiovasular Disease
  4. Diabetes
3.  Which approach to tinnitus management provides the greatest perceived benefit?
  1. Individualized approach that may combine counseling, sound therapy, and amplification
  2. Prescription medication
  3. Sound therapy only
  4. Instruction on how to ignore the tinnitus
4.  Which hearing aids offer Mutliflex Tinnitus Pro?
  1. Livio Edge AI only
  2. Livio Edge AI and Livio AI
  3. Livio AI and Livio
  4. Livio Edge AI, Livio AI and Livio
5.  What are the two new stimulus options available with Mutliflex Tinnitus Pro?
  1. Audiogram-shaped and Sloping
  2. Rising and Custom
  3. Audiogram-shaped and Custom
  4. Custom and Flat
6.  What is used to create a Custom tinnitus stimulus?
  1. Thrive Mobile App
  2. Sound Manager Screen
  3. Relax App
  4. Multiflex Tinnitus Pro Wizard
7.  Which two tests are used to create the Custom tinnitus stimulus?
  1. Maximum Depth Level and Minimum Annoyance Level
  2. Minimum Detection Level and Minimum Masking Level
  3. Maximum Stimulus Level and Minimum Depth Level
  4. Minimum Detection Level and Minimum Annoyance Level
8.  What happens if testing to create a custom stimulus is canceled?
  1. Measurements already made are saved
  2. High frequency measurements are saved
  3. Low frequency measurements are lost
  4. All measurements are lost
9.  How many bands are available for shaping a tinnitus stimulus?
  1. 4
  2. 6
  3. 8
  4. 16
10.  What DOESN’T a tinnitus questionnaire like the Tinnitus Handicap Inventory (THI) do?
  1. Identify problems or specific areas of a patient’s life that are affected by tinnitus
  2. Quantify the magnitude of the impact tinnitus has
  3. Monitor a patient’s progress with a particular management approach
  4. Determine when a patient will no longer be bothered by tinnitus

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