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Title: Use of Otoacoustic emissions in noise induced hearing loss prevention
Authors: Edwards, A
Keywords: Otoacoustic emissions
Noise induced hearing
Hearing loss
Hearing loss prevention
Issue Date: Oct-2010
Citation: Edwards, A. Use of Otoacoustic emissions in noise induced hearing loss prevention. Mine Medical Practitioners Association Conference, Valley Lodge, Magaliesberg, 9 October 2010, pp 16
Series/Report no.: Conference Presentation
Abstract: This presentation discusses the use of Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs) are a feasible alternative in the identification of the development of NIHL. Three types of OAEs are discussed: Spontaneous (SOAE), Transient (TEOAE), Distortion Product (DPOAE). The study provides evidence that DPOAE is a feasible test in an occupational health centre environment as ambient noise can be sufficiently controlled
Description: Mine Medical Practitioners Association Conference, Valley Lodge, Magaliesberg, 9 October 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4762
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