Delayed temporary threshold shift induced by impulse noises (weapon noises) in men.


Most of the available information on the effects of impulse noise on hearing is derived from temporary threshold shift (TTS2) measurements performed 2 min after a single exposure to small-weapon noises. TTS is known to recover as a linear function of the logarithm of time when it is induced by a continuous noise of moderate intensity. Following the exposure… (More)


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