auditory brainstem response test

auditory brainstem response test

A test used to assess hearing in infants and young children, which involves attaching electrodes to the head to record electrical activity from the auditory and other regions of the brain; it is also used to test cerebral activity in neurologically unresponsive patients.

auditory brainstem response test

Audiology A test used for assess hearing in infants and young children, which involves attaching electrodes to the head to record electrical activity from the auditory and other regions of the brain; it is also used to test cerebral activity in neurologically unresponsive Pts. See Hearing test.
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For example, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations state that infants with possible Zika exposure should receive an ophthalmologic and ultrasonographic examination at 1 month, and if the hearing test used otoacoustic emissions methods only, an automated auditory brainstem response test should be administered.
Babies who failed the auditory brainstem response test were referred to advanced hearing centers with suspicious baby registration forms with the objective of making a definitive diagnosis.
The aims of this study were to summarize the clinical manifestations and audiological characteristics of AN, to explore the roles of pure tone audiometry, acoustic immittance test, auditory brainstem response test and distortion product (DP) otoacoustic emission test in AN diagnosis, to investigate whether AN was complicated with vestibular function disorders or other nervous system diseases, and importantly, to provide valuable evidence for future clinical and experimental studies on AN.
Auditory brainstem response test: This test was conducted by using Spirit Evoked Potentials System (Nicolet) with silver plate electrodes.
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* If findings on the Auditory Brainstem Response test show profound hearing loss, the infant should he immediately fit with hearing aids, and should receive an accompanying referral to a cochlear implant team or an otolaryngologist.
* If findings on the Auditory Brainstem Response test show profound hearing loss, the infant should be immediately fit with hearing aids, and should receive an accompanying referral to a cochlear implant team or an otolaryngologist.
An auditory brainstem response test was attempted, but waveforms were not reproducible.
Audiologic tests reported in the literature include audiography, electronystagmography, the auditory brainstem response test, and occasionally electrocochleography.
An auditory brainstem response test was performed 1 month later in order to obtain an objective measurement of the hearing sensitivity in each ear.
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