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response

1. Bridge a bid replying to a partner's bid or double
2. Christianity a short sentence or phrase recited or sung by the choir or congregation in reply to the officiant at a church service
3. Electronics the ratio of the output to the input level, at a particular frequency, of a transmission line or electrical device
4. any pattern of glandular, muscular, or electrical reactions that arises from stimulation of the nervous system

response

[ri′späns]
(communications)
(control systems)
A quantitative expression of the output of a device or system as a function of the input. Also known as system response.
(statistics)
The value of some measurable quantity after a treatment has been applied.
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AN is mostly typified as missing or seriously abnormal auditory brainstem response and normal evoked otoacoustic emission.
The auditory steady-state response: Comparisons with the auditory brainstem response.
The AABRS equipment must comply with the specifications as detailed in Automated Auditory Brainstem Response Information and Guidance for Screening in Babies (Mason et al Aug 2002).
Neonatal hearing screening using the auditory brainstem response.
The evaluation of auditory brainstem response and auditory steady-state response in children with cerebral palsy.
A guide to the positioning of brainstem implants using intraoperative electrical auditory brainstem responses.
27%) patients who were diagnosed with hearing deficit with auditory brainstem response test were referred for advanced investigations and treatment.
Investigation of hearing impairment in Cavalier King Charles spaniels using auditory brainstem response audiometry.
The latencies and amplitudes of the brainstem waves of AEP are called the auditory brainstem response (ABR).
She discusses the basic science, including the anatomy of hearing loss, principles of electrical stimulation of the auditory system, parts and functions of a cochlear implant, past and present devices, candidacy, and signal delivery with cochlear implants; nonphysiological objective measures, including electrode impedance, electrical field potentials, and averaged electrode voltages; and physiological measures: electrically evoked stapedial reflexes, compound action potentials, auditory brainstem response, auditory middle latency response, and auditory cortical potentials.