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  1. What frequency range are humans most sensitive to?
  2. If SDT is consistent with pure tone testing, what is the acceptable range?
  3. What is bone conduction?
  4. Mixed Loss
  5. What is spondee?
  6. SDT is used when
  7. Profound Loss
  8. In mixed loss, are air-bone gaps present?
  9. What is the frequency sequence of pure tone testing?
  10. What is SDT?
  11. What does this symbol mean? O
  12. If SDT was inconsistent
  13. Air conduction thresholds reflect the integrity of the total _________ auditory mechanism.
  14. Severe Hearing Loss
  15. Type of Loss
  16. What is a HHI?
  17. What is normal hearing for adults?
  18. What are 3 factors that can influence thresholds?
  19. What is a SDT?
  20. What is the acceptable range to validate the pure tone test or pure tone average?
  21. What is sound field testing?
  22. Basic Audiological Evaluation Components
  23. What does WRS stand for and what is it?
  24. 2 Questions that you should ask..
  25. What is severe loss?
  26. What is the pure tone?
  27. What is a functional assessment?
  28. Suprathreshold testing materials were
  29. What is an ideal response for SRT?
  30. If there is a 20 dB or greater difference between thresholds at adjacent octave intervals in pure tone sequencing, what do you do?
  31. What is air conduction?
  32. What is a conductive loss?
  33. What is a profound loss?
  34. Low threshold value
  35. To describe hearing loss
  36. What does this symbol mean? X
  37. If SRT is consistent with pure tone testing, what is the acceptable range?
  38. In sensorineural loss, is bone conduction normal or abnormal?
  39. What does a high hearing threshold represent?
  40. Rollover
  41. Speech Audiometry
  42. Electronic Calibration
  43. In sensorineural loss, are there air-bone gaps present?
  44. To test the WRS from the SRT you add what
  45. What does SRT stand for?
  46. What does this symbol mean? [
  47. Presentational Level
  48. Conductive Loss
  49. Pure Tone Average
  50. Every times there is no response, increase the intensity level by ___ dB until the person responds again.
  51. Functional Assessment
  52. Speech Detection Threshold
  53. What is dB HL?
  54. What is the Word Recognition Score Unit?
  55. What is normal hearing for children?
  56. What are bone conduction thresholds?
  57. List the hearing loss configuration types.
  58. Moderately Severe Hearing Loss
  59. What constitutes a sensorineural loss?
  60. What is a Pure Tone Average (PTA)?
  61. Whats the material used for the SRT?
  62. Normal Hearing Loss
  63. Maximum ________ limit is lower for bone conduction.
  64. Speech Recognition Threshold
  65. What is the SRT unit?
  66. What does this symbol mean? ]
  67. Types of hearing loss configuration
  68. What is an ideal response for SDT?
  69. Biological Calibration
  70. Moderate Hearing Loss
  71. What constitutes a moderate hearing loss?
  72. What frequencies are tested with bone conduction?
  73. What is an audiometer?
  74. Bone conduction thresholds represent sensitivity of the _____________ system.
  75. What constitutes a normal hearing range?
  76. Mild Hearing Loss
  77. Case History
  78. What level do you present the sound to get the maximum WRS? (Flat hearing loss)
  79. SRT is used to give the optimal level of
  80. What is low hearing threshold?
  81. For every response
  82. SRT Procedure
  83. Responses Required for SRT
  84. What is a rollover?
  85. What are the 3 categories that are used to describe hearing loss?
  86. Sensorineural Loss
  87. What is a chief complaint?
  88. In conductive loss, are air-bone gaps above or below the threshold?
  89. Air Bone Gaps
  90. Case History for Children
  91. What constitutes a slight loss?
  92. High Threshold Value
  93. SDT Interpretation
  94. For every response, decrease the intensity level by ____ dB until no response is made.
  95. In conductive loss, is the bone conduction normal or abnormal?
  96. SRT Interpretation
  97. What is mild hearing loss?
  98. Bone Conduction
  99. Slight Hearing Loss
  100. What is moderately-severe loss?
  101. What is a Speech Recognition Threshold?
  102. In mixed loss, is Bone Conduction normal or abnormal?
  103. Pure tones are transmitted via a ____ _______ that is placed on the mastoid process or forehead.
  104. In sensorineural loss, the air conduction and the bone conduction thresholds are at the (same/different) frequencies.
  105. Degree of Hearing Loss
  106. What are some ways that Air Conduction can be tested?
  1. a Normal
  2. b increase 10 dB
  3. c 41 to 55
  4. d Proper maintenance and calibration
    Test environment
    Earphone placement
  5. e minimum hearing level at which an individual can detect the presence of speech material
  6. f -10-15
    No significant difficulty with faint speech
  7. g Spondaic Words
  8. h Pathway that bypasses outer and middle ear; determines sensorineural sensitivity
  9. i Degree
  10. j 1000-4000 Hz
  11. k Good Hearing Sensitivity
  12. l Speech Recognition Threshold
  13. m Difference between AC and BC bigger than 10
  14. n 56-70
    Frequent difficulties with loud speech
  15. o 56 to 70
  16. p 1. Is BC abnormal?
    2. Are there ABGs present?
  17. q 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 6000, 8000, retest 1000, 500, and 250
  18. r BC is abnormal
    No Air Bone Gaps Present
    -AC and BC are at same levels
  19. s peripheral
  20. t intensity
  21. u BC is abnormal
    Air Bone Gaps Present
  22. v 26 to 40
  23. w Average based on the best threshold at 500, 1000, and 2000
  24. x Lowest intensity where speech is understood 50% of time
  25. y -10-15 dB HL
  26. z 16 to 25
  27. aa >91
  28. ab 16-25
    Difficult with faint speech
  29. ac Test the interoctave levels (750, 1500, etc.)
  30. ad Reflects good hearing sensitivity
  31. ae Percentage correct
  32. af They represent sensorineural sensitivity
  33. ag Word Recognition Score and Suprathreshold for hearing and detecting sounds
  34. ah Yes
  35. ai 1000, 2000, 4000, 500, 250
  36. aj 40 dB above the SRT or 40 dB SL
  37. ak family information
    Mother's pregnancy
    development of fine and motor skills
    childhood diseases
    social development and educational history
  38. al When word recognition score decreases at higher intensity, sign of retrocohclear pathology
  39. am +/- 5 dB of best threshold between 250-4000
  40. an Mixed
  41. ao Bone conduction in the left ear
  42. ap 2 syllable word, equal emphasis on each syllable, used for SRT
  43. aq Bone vibrator
  44. ar WRS
  45. as Pertinent identifying information
    Chief complaint
    nature of past and present hearing problems
    Medical problems
    Prior use of amplification
  46. at Range of thresholds
    Best to Worst threshold
  47. au Dysfunction of inner ear/auditory portion of nervous system
  48. av 71 to 90
  49. aw To determine maximum score
    -@ least 40 dB SL
    -greater SL for sloping loss
  50. ax +/- 5 dB
  51. 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
  52. az Reflects poorer hearing sensitivity
  53. ba Frequent difficulties with average level speech
  54. bb Identification of words
    Pointing to picture or object
    Signing or written response
  55. bc Same
  56. bd minimum hearing level for speech at which an individual can identify simple speech materials approximately 50% of the time
  57. be Pathway that passes through entire auditory system
  58. bf Degree (range of thresholds)
    Type (conductive, etc.)
  59. bg Instrument used to measure hearing thresholds
  60. bh Type of test that describes the impact of hearing loss on daily function
  61. bi clients cant perform the SRT
  62. bj 40 dB HL to a flat loss
    80 dB HL to a sloping loss
  63. bk -10-25 dB HL
  64. bl Performance Intensity decreases with increasing of speech
  65. bm Air conduction in the left ear
  66. bn Earphones and sound field (loudspeakers)
  67. bo 10 dB
  68. bp Raise hand
    Push button
  69. bq Yearly
  70. br Bone conduction in the right ear
  71. 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
  72. bt dB HL
  73. bu BC is normal
    Air Bone Gaps Present
  74. bv Abnormal
  75. bw Repetition of word
    Pointing to the picture representing the word
  76. bx Questionnaire
    Describes the impact
    Influences recommendations for intervention
  77. by Air conduction in the right ear
  78. bz Hearing Handicap Inventory; assesses patients perception of hearing related communication problems
  79. ca Sound is presented to the patient through loudspeakers (no earphones)
  80. cb Pathway that bypasses outer and middle ear
    Sends sounds directly to sensorineural system
  81. cc Sensorineural
  82. cd 5 dB
  83. ce Speech Detection Threshold
    Lowest dB HL where speech can be detected
  84. cf Case History
    Pure Tone Threshold
    Conventional Speech Audiometry
    Visual/Otoscopic Inspection
    Acoustic immitance audiometry
  85. cg Flat
    Cookie Bite
  86. ch Dysfunction of outer/middle ear
  87. ci Sound with one frequency
  88. cj -10 to 15
  89. ck Speech Detection Threshold; if they can't speak, they have to take a SDT
  90. cl The average of pure tone thresholds at 500, 1000, and 2000 Hz in each ear
  91. cm >91
    Can't understand even amplified speech
  92. cn Above
  93. co +/- 10 dB of PTA
  94. cp Monosyllabic words
    -open set
    -closed set
  95. cq Unit of sound intensity, y-axis on audiogram
  96. cr Flat
  97. cs Difficulty primarily with faint speech
  98. ct Should be consistent with the best pure tone THRESHOLD + or - 5 db
  99. cu 71-90
    Understand only amplified sounds
  100. cv reinstruct or recondition
    check equipment
    look for discrepancy
  101. cw Poorer Hearing Sensitivity
  102. cx Technique designed to assess a person's ability to hear and understand speech
  103. cy Daily
  104. cz Adnormal
  105. da No
  106. db Primary reason for patient's visit to audiologist