Consensus on audiological assessments (I): Pure-tone audiometry
Keywords:audiometry, air conduction, bone conduction, masking, consensus
All of us who work using diagnostic tests, averages or hearing tests know that we do not always do it in the same way as other colleagues. We introduce personal, useful or methodological variables that are not always controllable that can produce at least two undesirable consequences. In the first place we can consider correct results that are not. Second, we need to know under what minimum conditions we all work. The Spanish Audiology Association (AEDA) presents with this text a suggestion of standardization of the Liminal Tonal Audiometry, which is in accordance with the ISO regulations and it aims to be a further contribution to the need we have in Spain to share this type of protocols .
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