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Computer-aided hearing threshold determination from cortical auditory evoked potentials.
  • S. Hoth
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Scandinavian audiology
  • 1993
TLDR
An approach of computer-aided evaluation is presented which simulates the visual inspection in that several typical features of the curves are judged numerically and a statistical analysis explores the relationship between the value of Q and the psychophysical hearing threshold. Expand
Field study to explore possible effects of styrene on auditory function in exposed workers.
TLDR
The results of this study do not support the assumption of an ototoxic effect of chronic styrene exposure in workers, and no consistent association was found. Expand
Reliability of latency and amplitude values of auditory-evoked potentials.
  • S. Hoth
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Audiology : official organ of the International…
  • 1986
TLDR
Comparison with the experimentally deduced standard deviations of brainstem auditory-evoked potentials (BAEPs) proves that the residual noise present in the recording is the only source of inaccuracy, and that a short prestimulus time interval is theonly requirement for a reliable computation of the error limits. Expand
Auditory status of persons with intellectual disability at the German Special Olympic Games
TLDR
The high failure rate, a considerable percentage of previously undetected profound hearing loss (1.1%), and the frequent need for ear wax removal suggest that nearly half of persons with intellectual disabilities need regular otological or audiological consultations. Expand
Current audiological diagnostics
  • S. Hoth, I. Baljic
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • GMS current topics in otorhinolaryngology, head…
  • 18 December 2017
TLDR
The present overview of the current state of the method inventory available for practical use is described, starting from basic diagnostics over to complex special techniques, which covers the whole spectrum of all clinically relevant functional deficits of the auditory system. Expand
Indication for the need of flexible and frequency specific mapping functions in cochlear implant speech processors
  • S. Hoth
  • Medicine
  • European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
  • 27 September 2006
TLDR
The results argue in favour of the development of flexible and channel-specific mapping function parameters in future CI systems. Expand
[The impact of cochlear implants on the quality of life of patients with single-sided deafness].
TLDR
Cochlear implantation for unilaterally deaf patients was found to be a legitimate and meaningful rehabilitation measure and can be explained by the enhanced transmission of high frequencies and the associated unfamiliar sensations by the CI system. Expand
On a possible prognostic value of otoacoustic emissions: a study on patients with sudden hearing loss
  • S. Hoth
  • Medicine
  • European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and…
  • 1 March 2005
TLDR
The comparison of the OAE levels measured at an early stage with later audiograms shows that there are only a small number of cases with small initial emissions and good final threshold or largeInitial emissions and bad final threshold, which means that small initial OAEs end up with a remaining final hearing deficit, whereas a high OAE level immediately after drop of threshold correlates with good outcome. Expand
Age dependence of otoacoustic emissions: the loss of amplitude is primarily caused by age-related hearing loss and not by aging alone
TLDR
The hypothesis that the reduction of OAE amplitude with increasing age is primarily caused by age-linked hearing loss and not by aging alone is supported. Expand
Aktuelle audiologische Diagnostik
TLDR
In dieser Ubersicht wird von der Basisdiagnostik bis zu aufwendigen Spezialtechniken der derzeitige Stand der fur die praktische Anwendung verfugbaren Verfahren dargestellt, nach bewahrter Systematik in subjektive (psychoakustische) and objektives. Expand
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