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hearing test

Hearing function test, pure tone audiometry Audiology Any test that measures hearing or quantifies hearing loss; sound is perceived by intensity–loudness and by tone; both are measured in HTs, as is the ability to hear sound through air–air conduction and bone–bone conduction. See Hearing.
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A NEW custom-made audiology clinic has officially opened in Sutton Coldfield offering patients improved hearing test facilities.
David Hutchison, audiologist at the store, said: "It takes on average 10 years for someone to seek help for hearing loss, but what many people don't realise is that a hearing test can flag up other health conditions.
Consult an audiologist for a hearing test if you or a loved one have noticed signs that your hearing may be impaired (a common red flag is needing to turn the TV or radio volume higher than you used to).
He also stressed people living in rural areas should also check their newborn kids hearing test and should consult the experts instead of using home remedies.
A noninvasive hearing test may assist with early detection and diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders, according to research from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine that has been published in the January 2019<em> Journal of the American Osteopathic Association</em>.
Each participant had an audiometric hearing test -- an objective way to assess hearing loss -- and was screened for depression.
5GET Get a hearing test as soon as possible if you're worried you might be losing your hearing.
Ms Black said: "Action on Hearing Loss Scotland tell me that people wait, on average, 10 years from the point that they first notice hearing difficulties before going for a hearing test.
While teaching students to think about their hearing and the role hearing plays in the life of a musician, ask them if they know what an audiologist is, and encourage them to have an annual hearing test conducted.
After meeting several years ago on the same training course, business partners Gavin and David set up Avid Hearing earlier this year, aiming to help more Scots access friendly, affordable hearing test services in the comfort of their own home.