audiogram


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audiogram

[′ȯd·ē·ō‚gram]
(acoustics)
A graph showing hearing loss, percent hearing loss, or percent hearing as a function of frequency.
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Additionally, in view of the possibility for agreement by 'chance' kappa analysis was performed on iPhone thresholds from all three settings when compared with the formal audiogram to detect agreement at all six frequencies.
Data are collected in SPL and converted to show conventional frequency thresholds in decibels hearing level (HL) in order to be consistent with a typical clinical audiogram.
The audiogram only paints a picture of the child's responses to artificial sounds.
The thresholds obtained by air conduction (AC) and bone conduction (BC) were plotted on an audiogram sheet.
Developed program presently covers possibility of adding measured data, immediate calculation of Fowler coefficient, displaying and save audiogram, submission patient into risky group and transmission into any common patient's card index.
After inserting the aids and temporarily attaching them to his desktop computer, my audiologist ran a test, electronically read my stored audiogram, and then programmed the aids accordingly.
The audiologist may produce an audiogram (a graph that shows a person's hearing sensitivity) and a tympanogram (a graph that shows how well the middle ear functions to conduct sound).
From the audiogram, the mean Hearing Threshold Levels (HTL) of both ears based on different age groups and different service groups were calculated and compared with that of controls.
The first part of the test consisted of a blood pressure reading, an audiogram and visual acuity exam (that included distance and color perception testing), a glucose and protein test, an EKG, and a skin caliper measure of body fat.
Will submit a copy of audiogram (individual test) and spreadsheet to the OHS Office, District of Saanich
A pure tone audiogram showed moderate combined hearing loss bilaterally.
The Department of Defense uses the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's definition of an STS8: a change in hearing threshold relative to the baseline audiogram of an average of 10 dB or more at 2000 Hz, 3000 Hz, and 4000 Hz in either ear.