Acquired Hearing Impairment

Acquired Hearing Impairment

Hearing impairment which is regarded as non-hereditary, and develops after birth, classically linked to listening to loud music
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The psychological process from avoidance to acceptance in adults with acquired hearing impairment. Hear Bal Communi.
Worrall, "Stages of change in adults with acquired hearing impairment seeking help for the first time: application of the transtheoretical model in audiologic rehabilitation," Ear and Hearing, vol.
Stephens, "The patient journey: living with acquired hearing impairment," Journal of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology, vol.
Stephens, "The "patient journey" of adults with sudden-onset acquired hearing impairment: a pilot study," The Journal of Laryngology and Otology, vol.
Washington, Jan 16 (ANI): Scientists from University of California, San Diego have made a novel advancement that would open new avenues for developing drugs that treat congenital and acquired hearing impairment.
Loss of spiral ganglion neurons or hair cells in the inner ear is the leading cause of congenital and acquired hearing impairment.
Granted, the sympathetic treatment of Beethoven's acquired hearing impairment is reasonable because of the obvious difficulties that deafness presents to the musical artist.
Figure 1showsthetypicalpatientsjourneymodel of adults with gradual-onset acquired hearing impairment which has seven main phases: (1) preawareness, (2) awareness, (3) movement, (4) diagnostics, (5) rehabilitation, (6) self-evaluation, and (7) resolution.
Similar results were seen in our previous study on the patient's journey of adults with gradual-onset acquired hearing impairment where professionals did not identify the self-evaluation phase [10].

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