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- adj. Of or pertaining to audiometry
- adj. Measured using an audiometer
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to audiometry.
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- adj. of or relating to audiometry
Because of the mandate of the SANDF and the rigour of preparation in the military section of the Force, it is a requirement that new recruits are assessed on the basis of clinical evaluation inclusive of height, weight, vision, audiometric status, and serological sampling including hepatitis and HIV; and each case is treated on its own merits.
They identified 1,533 nonsmokers ages 12 to 19 who had undergone audiometric testing and whose serum cotinine levels had been measured.
Skills Required: Strong assessment skills Ability to operate equipment such as x-ray, visual screening, audiometric, diathermy, hydrotheraphy and electrocardiographic as prescribed by physician.
The basis of audiometric assessment is the summing of high and low frequency levels in decibels (dB) over 6 frequencies.
Click on here to download the audiometric table. translation of the above, you have to have an audio test. each ear is assessed by a variety of tones in set frequencies.
Using special equipment, Berlin was able for the first time to provide a precise diagnosis of Kam's problem: "ultra-audiometric" hearing, that is, the capacity to hear, but only at extremely high frequencies.
People with ultra-audiometric hearing, says Berlin, are usually born with full-range hearing, but become deaf in the lower registers after suffering a high fever, virus or meningitis in childhood.
Most testing devices do not produce sounds above a certain frequency, Berlin says, "and it is precisely at this cutoff that ultra-audiometric patients begin hearing."
In addition, the Celera database includes a missense variation, p. I67V, however, nothing is known about the hearing status of the individual carrying this variant, prohibiting audiometric assessment of its potential pathogenicity
Making audiometric testing accessible to all employees.