Paul Kileny

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This paper addresses several important aspects related to the use of ABR for infant hearing screening: (1) It will introduce a new automated ABR screening procedure and summarize the results of its clinical validation trials; (2) The relationship between initial ABR results and long-term behavioral audiometric testing in a group of severe to profoundly(More)
Objective A major focus of health care today is a strong emphasis on improving the health and quality of care for entire patient populations. One common approach utilizes electronic clinical alerts to prompt clinicians when certain interventions are due for individual patients being seen. However, these alerts have not been consistently effective,(More)
INTRODUCTION Hearing loss (HL) is the second most common disability in the U.S., yet is clinically underdiagnosed. To manage its common adverse psychosocial and cognitive outcomes, early identification of HL must be improved. METHODS A feasibility study conducted to increase screening for HL and referral of patients aged ≥55 years arriving at two family(More)
Hearing loss can result in significant communicative and social dysfunction. Various methods of sound amplification are available for the hearing impaired. Hearing aids are becoming more technologically sophisticated, more cosmetically appealing and more commonly used. The choice of hearing aid must be individualized and depends on several factors,(More)
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