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Approximately 1 child in 1,000 is deaf or severely hard of hearing from birth, and the prevalence rises to about 1.6 per 1,000 in adolescents. Providing medical care for this group of children posesExpand
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Regional and global right ventricular dysfunction in asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic patients with congenitally corrected transposition
Patients with congenitally corrected transposition are at risk of right ventricular dysfunction and failure. With this in mind, we examined 13 patients with congenitally corrected transposition, 7Expand
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Towards a treatment for treatment: on communication between general practitioners and their deaf patients
This study investigates the nature and extent of communication problems between hearing physicians and their deaf or hard-of-hearing patients. Thirty-two deaf and hard-of-hearing patients and theirExpand
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Clinical Practice : the approach to the deaf or hard-of-hearing patient.
This article describes the challenges in communication and medical, ethical and legal issues a physician might have to deal with when faced with children and adolescents that are deaf or severelyExpand
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Availability of specialised healthcare facilities for deaf and hard of hearing individuals
Context: To allow a medical consultation to proceed successfully, it is essential that physicians are aware of the linguistic and cultural backgrounds of deaf and hard of hearing individuals (DHH)Expand
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Help - een dove patiënt! : Over de communicatie met dove en slechthorende patiënten
Dit artikel bekijkt de communicatiebehoeften en -mogelijkheden van dove en slechthorende patienten
The approach to the deaf or hard-of-hearing paediatric patient
Approximately 1 child in 1,000 is deaf or severely hard of hearing from birth, and the prevalence rises to about 1.6 per 1,000 in adolescents. Providing medical care for this group of children posesExpand
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Specialized outpatient clinic for deaf and hard‐of‐hearing patients in the Netherlands: Lessons learned in an attempt to improve health care
Abstract Rationale, aims, and objective A group of organizations and individuals in the Netherlands collaborated to attempt to improve access to health care and health education for deaf and hard ofExpand
Scientific-Based Translation of Standardized Questionnaires into Sign Language of the Netherlands
In healthcare, the accuracy of interpretation is the most critical component of safe and effective communication between providers and patients in medical settings characterized by language andExpand
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