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High Frequency Hearing Aid

Michael W. Ridenhour gandalf at roanoke.infi.net
Sat Jul 10 13:53:58 EST 1999


Ditto Dennis. Also Angela.

Michael Ridenhour

Dennis Van Vliet wrote:

> No
>
> Dennis Van Vliet
>
> ----------
> > From: Jeffrey Sirianni <audioman at hctc.net>
> > To: ASHA Listserve <asha-aud-forum at postman.com>; bionet.audiology
> <audiolog at net.bio.net>
> > Subject: High Frequency Hearing Aid
> > Date: Tuesday, July 06, 1999 10:07 PM
> >
> > I saw a patient today with severe high frequency hearing loss, but normal
> > through low and middle frequencies (250-2000 Hz = 5-15 dB HL; 3000 Hz and
> > above 70-90 dB HL).  Most cases like this (that I have seen) do not
> really
> > want hearing aids and I've struggled with those having minimum motivation
> > with such a loss.  This patient seen today is motivated to hear better in
> > noise and I think he would do well with a high frequency emphasis BTE,
> > although picking out there is fairly slim.  Can anyone suggest a
> > manufacturer & model that has worked well for such a patient.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Jeff
> >
> >
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