Offers a solid foundation for audiology clinicians to access information on the current thinking a approaches to hearing aid selection a fitting. Will allow audiology clinicians, researchers, a patients to design a routine that would allow patients to use a maintain the devices independently a effectively, after becoming familiar with the techniques of operation of the specific device from a trained instructor. Chapters: physical options, circuitry options, prescriptive procedures, signal testing approaches, evaluation procedures, cochlear implants, breakdown in the fitting process, a much more. Charts a tables.Teter D, Winthrop S. Programmable hearing aids: some practical considerations for dispensers. Hear J 1994;47(4):35-9. 45. Bray V. Programmable hearing ... Seewald R, Ramji K, Sinclair S. Computer-assisted implementation of the desired sensation level method for electroacousti- cal selection and fitting in children: version 3.1, usera#39;s manual. London, ON: University of Western Ontario; 1993. 25.
|Title||:||Practical Hearing Aid Selection and Fitting|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1997|