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Audiometry
Pure Tone Audiometry •   The Audiometer •   Test Environment •   Patient’s Role •   Clinician’s Role •   Air Conduction Au...
Audiometer• Generic Audiometer
Audiometer• Clinical and Portable Audiometer
Audiometer• Earphones
Audiometer• Bone Conduction Vibrator
Test Environment• Sound Treated Booth
Test Environment• Quiet Room
Patient’s Role• Hand Raising• Signal Button• Verbal Response
Clinician’s Role• Instructions• Patient’s Position• Placement of Earphones• Test Procedures for Pure Tone Thresholds
Clinician’s Role• Degree of Hearing Loss based on PTA  •   Mild           (16 to 40dB)  •   Moderate       (41 to 70dB)  •...
Audiograms• Basic Audiogram
Audiograms• Symbols
Audiograms• Type of Loss – Conductive• Difference between A/C and B/C More  than 15 dB.• Bone Conduction Normal
Audiograms• Type of Loss – Sensorineural• Difference between A/C and B/C less than  15 dB.• Bone Conduction will be abnormal
Audiograms• Type of Loss – Mixed• Difference between A/C and B/C is more  the 15 dB.• Bone conduction will be abnormal
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  1. 1. Audiometry
  2. 2. Pure Tone Audiometry • The Audiometer • Test Environment • Patient’s Role • Clinician’s Role • Air Conduction Audiometry • Bone Conduction Audiometry • Audiogram Interpretation • Masking
  3. 3. Audiometer• Generic Audiometer
  4. 4. Audiometer• Clinical and Portable Audiometer
  5. 5. Audiometer• Earphones
  6. 6. Audiometer• Bone Conduction Vibrator
  7. 7. Test Environment• Sound Treated Booth
  8. 8. Test Environment• Quiet Room
  9. 9. Patient’s Role• Hand Raising• Signal Button• Verbal Response
  10. 10. Clinician’s Role• Instructions• Patient’s Position• Placement of Earphones• Test Procedures for Pure Tone Thresholds
  11. 11. Clinician’s Role• Degree of Hearing Loss based on PTA • Mild (16 to 40dB) • Moderate (41 to 70dB) • Severe (71 to 90dB) • Profound (91 to onward)
  12. 12. Audiograms• Basic Audiogram
  13. 13. Audiograms• Symbols
  14. 14. Audiograms• Type of Loss – Conductive• Difference between A/C and B/C More than 15 dB.• Bone Conduction Normal
  15. 15. Audiograms• Type of Loss – Sensorineural• Difference between A/C and B/C less than 15 dB.• Bone Conduction will be abnormal
  16. 16. Audiograms• Type of Loss – Mixed• Difference between A/C and B/C is more the 15 dB.• Bone conduction will be abnormal
  17. 17. Masking
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