Bone anchored hearing aid

What is Bone anchored hearing aid?

A bone-anchored hearing aid is a type of hearing aid based on bone conduction. It is primarily suited for people who have conductive hearing losses, unilateral hearing loss, single sided deafness and people with mixed hearing losses who cannot otherwise wear 'in the ear' or 'behind the ear' hearing aids.

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I recently lost 50% of my hearing over 3 months ago. No trauma. No Pain, No Inflammation. No Infection. I lost it several days after going lobster...

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As below:

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1. Kindly upload the following:
a. A Pure Tone Audiogram (PTA) graph.
b. A...

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Respected sir,
I am suffering from profound hearing loss in my left ear.

1. AUDOGRAM TEST RESULTS are as follows
Right ear pure tone 18db, SRT 20db...

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Unilateral Hearing Loss (Single Sided Deafness).

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1. The Audiogram and BERA/ABR tests...

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when a stapedectomy is performed is the pt normally secured or physically restrained to prevent pt movement during the procedure which could...

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No. You also have other options.

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1. It is not necessary to physically restrain a...

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