106 Matching questions
- What frequency range are humans most sensitive to?
- If SDT is consistent with pure tone testing, what is the acceptable range?
- What is bone conduction?
- Mixed Loss
- What is spondee?
- SDT is used when
- Profound Loss
- In mixed loss, are air-bone gaps present?
- What is the frequency sequence of pure tone testing?
- What is SDT?
- What does this symbol mean? O
- If SDT was inconsistent
- Air conduction thresholds reflect the integrity of the total _________ auditory mechanism.
- Severe Hearing Loss
- Type of Loss
- What is a HHI?
- What is normal hearing for adults?
- What are 3 factors that can influence thresholds?
- What is a SDT?
- What is the acceptable range to validate the pure tone test or pure tone average?
- What is sound field testing?
- Basic Audiological Evaluation Components
- What does WRS stand for and what is it?
- 2 Questions that you should ask..
- What is severe loss?
- What is the pure tone?
- What is a functional assessment?
- Suprathreshold testing materials were
- What is an ideal response for SRT?
- If there is a 20 dB or greater difference between thresholds at adjacent octave intervals in pure tone sequencing, what do you do?
- What is air conduction?
- What is a conductive loss?
- What is a profound loss?
- Low threshold value
- To describe hearing loss
- What does this symbol mean? X
- If SRT is consistent with pure tone testing, what is the acceptable range?
- In sensorineural loss, is bone conduction normal or abnormal?
- What does a high hearing threshold represent?
- Speech Audiometry
- Electronic Calibration
- In sensorineural loss, are there air-bone gaps present?
- To test the WRS from the SRT you add what
- What does SRT stand for?
- What does this symbol mean? [
- Presentational Level
- Conductive Loss
- Pure Tone Average
- Every times there is no response, increase the intensity level by ___ dB until the person responds again.
- Functional Assessment
- Speech Detection Threshold
- What is dB HL?
- What is the Word Recognition Score Unit?
- What is normal hearing for children?
- What are bone conduction thresholds?
- List the hearing loss configuration types.
- Moderately Severe Hearing Loss
- What constitutes a sensorineural loss?
- What is a Pure Tone Average (PTA)?
- Whats the material used for the SRT?
- Normal Hearing Loss
- Maximum ________ limit is lower for bone conduction.
- Speech Recognition Threshold
- What is the SRT unit?
- What does this symbol mean? ]
- Types of hearing loss configuration
- What is an ideal response for SDT?
- Biological Calibration
- Moderate Hearing Loss
- What constitutes a moderate hearing loss?
- What frequencies are tested with bone conduction?
- What is an audiometer?
- Bone conduction thresholds represent sensitivity of the _____________ system.
- What constitutes a normal hearing range?
- Mild Hearing Loss
- Case History
- What level do you present the sound to get the maximum WRS? (Flat hearing loss)
- SRT is used to give the optimal level of
- What is low hearing threshold?
- For every response
- SRT Procedure
- Responses Required for SRT
- What is a rollover?
- What are the 3 categories that are used to describe hearing loss?
- Sensorineural Loss
- What is a chief complaint?
- In conductive loss, are air-bone gaps above or below the threshold?
- Air Bone Gaps
- Case History for Children
- What constitutes a slight loss?
- High Threshold Value
- SDT Interpretation
- For every response, decrease the intensity level by ____ dB until no response is made.
- In conductive loss, is the bone conduction normal or abnormal?
- SRT Interpretation
- What is mild hearing loss?
- Bone Conduction
- Slight Hearing Loss
- What is moderately-severe loss?
- What is a Speech Recognition Threshold?
- In mixed loss, is Bone Conduction normal or abnormal?
- Pure tones are transmitted via a ____ _______ that is placed on the mastoid process or forehead.
- In sensorineural loss, the air conduction and the bone conduction thresholds are at the (same/different) frequencies.
- Degree of Hearing Loss
- What are some ways that Air Conduction can be tested?
- a Normal
- b increase 10 dB
- c 41 to 55
- d Proper maintenance and calibration
- e minimum hearing level at which an individual can detect the presence of speech material
- f -10-15
No significant difficulty with faint speech
- g Spondaic Words
- h Pathway that bypasses outer and middle ear; determines sensorineural sensitivity
- i Degree
- j 1000-4000 Hz
- k Good Hearing Sensitivity
- l Speech Recognition Threshold
- m Difference between AC and BC bigger than 10
- n 56-70
Frequent difficulties with loud speech
- o 56 to 70
- p 1. Is BC abnormal?
2. Are there ABGs present?
- q 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, 8000, retest 1000, 500, and 250
- r BC is abnormal
No Air Bone Gaps Present
-AC and BC are at same levels
- s peripheral
- t intensity
- u BC is abnormal
Air Bone Gaps Present
- v 26 to 40
- w Average based on the best threshold at 500, 1000, and 2000
- x Lowest intensity where speech is understood 50% of time
- y -10-15 dB HL
- z 16 to 25
- aa >91
- ab 16-25
Difficult with faint speech
- ac Test the interoctave levels (750, 1500, etc.)
- ad Reflects good hearing sensitivity
- ae Percentage correct
- af They represent sensorineural sensitivity
- ag Word Recognition Score and Suprathreshold for hearing and detecting sounds
- ah Yes
- ai 1000, 2000, 4000, 500, 250
- aj 40 dB above the SRT or 40 dB SL
- ak family information
development of fine and motor skills
social development and educational history
- al When word recognition score decreases at higher intensity, sign of retrocohclear pathology
- am +/- 5 dB of best threshold between 250-4000
- an Mixed
- ao Bone conduction in the left ear
- ap 2 syllable word, equal emphasis on each syllable, used for SRT
- aq Bone vibrator
- ar WRS
- as Pertinent identifying information
nature of past and present hearing problems
Prior use of amplification
- at Range of thresholds
Best to Worst threshold
- au Dysfunction of inner ear/auditory portion of nervous system
- av 71 to 90
- aw To determine maximum score
-@ least 40 dB SL
-greater SL for sloping loss
- ax +/- 5 dB
- ay Correspond to the pure tone average + or - 10 dB
If SRT is better than PTA then listener may be exaggerating loss
If SRT worse than PTA may reflect poor word recognition ability
- az Reflects poorer hearing sensitivity
- ba Frequent difficulties with average level speech
- bb Identification of words
Pointing to picture or object
Signing or written response
- bc Same
- bd minimum hearing level for speech at which an individual can identify simple speech materials approximately 50% of the time
- be Pathway that passes through entire auditory system
- bf Degree (range of thresholds)
Type (conductive, etc.)
- bg Instrument used to measure hearing thresholds
- bh Type of test that describes the impact of hearing loss on daily function
- bi clients cant perform the SRT
- bj 40 dB HL to a flat loss
80 dB HL to a sloping loss
- bk -10-25 dB HL
- bl Performance Intensity decreases with increasing of speech
- bm Air conduction in the left ear
- bn Earphones and sound field (loudspeakers)
- bo 10 dB
- bp Raise hand
- bq Yearly
- br Bone conduction in the right ear
- bs Present words at 50 dbHL
Clients respond to every word in the list
Down 10 Up 5 rule
Need 3 correct responses at the same level
- bt dB HL
- bu BC is normal
Air Bone Gaps Present
- bv Abnormal
- bw Repetition of word
Pointing to the picture representing the word
- bx Questionnaire
Describes the impact
Influences recommendations for intervention
- by Air conduction in the right ear
- bz Hearing Handicap Inventory; assesses patients perception of hearing related communication problems
- ca Sound is presented to the patient through loudspeakers (no earphones)
- cb Pathway that bypasses outer and middle ear
Sends sounds directly to sensorineural system
- cc Sensorineural
- cd 5 dB
- ce Speech Detection Threshold
Lowest dB HL where speech can be detected
- cf Case History
Pure Tone Threshold
Conventional Speech Audiometry
Acoustic immitance audiometry
- cg Flat
- ch Dysfunction of outer/middle ear
- ci Sound with one frequency
- cj -10 to 15
- ck Speech Detection Threshold; if they can't speak, they have to take a SDT
- cl The average of pure tone thresholds at 500, 1000, and 2000 Hz in each ear
- cm >91
Can't understand even amplified speech
- cn Above
- co +/- 10 dB of PTA
- cp Monosyllabic words
- cq Unit of sound intensity, y-axis on audiogram
- cr Flat
- cs Difficulty primarily with faint speech
- ct Should be consistent with the best pure tone THRESHOLD + or - 5 db
- cu 71-90
Understand only amplified sounds
- cv reinstruct or recondition
look for discrepancy
- cw Poorer Hearing Sensitivity
- cx Technique designed to assess a person's ability to hear and understand speech
- cy Daily
- cz Adnormal
- da No
- db Primary reason for patient's visit to audiologist