TEOAE


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TEOAE

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The mean response levels and SNRs obtained from the TEOAE and DPOAE measurements of the left and right ears are presented in Tables 1 and 2.
(15) done a study of comparing specificity and sensitivity of TEOAE and compare it to BERA in there study they found: Eighteen cases out of 1000 neonates had failed double-checked TEOAE tests, from these 18 failed cases, 6 were confirmed by ABR test (12 false positive results).
The higher referral rate of TEOAE is due to its lower threshold for an abnormal result if the patient has debris or fluid in the middle ear, Dr.
Analysis of the TEOAE results elicited no statistically significant variations between the two groups' SNR values or signal amplitudes.
Moreover, none had analyzed the details of noise-induced hearing loss, tinnitus pitch, and auditory tests such as ABR, TEOAE, and DPOAE and their correlation with occupational history.
In the comparison between the groups, there was smaller general response to TEOAE in the study group in both ears (Table 3), with a significant difference between the groups (ANOVA).
Similarly, the differences in TEOAE results were significant at the higher frequencies.
At the end of this initial exposure period, TEOAE and ABR were again measured.
The TEOAE and DPOAE were used by being able to identify changes resulting from dysfunction of external auditory ciliated cells of the cochlea (sub-clinical), sensory changes even before these were verified on audiometry [2].
A third new product, the transient otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) screening methodology, offered on any of Bio-logic's three screening platforms, including ABaer, is also available.
Comparison of hearing screening programs between one step with transient evoked otoacoustic emissions (TEOAE) and two steps with TEOAE and automated audtoty brainstem response.