Evoked acoustic emissions from the human ear. IV. Final results in 100 neonates.

@article{Johnsen1988EvokedAE,
  title={Evoked acoustic emissions from the human ear. IV. Final results in 100 neonates.},
  author={Nils Johnsen and Per Bagi and J Parbo and Claus Elberling},
  journal={Scandinavian audiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          27-34
        }
}
Evoked acoustic emissions were recorded from both ears in a series of 100 consecutive normal newborns. We used the same stimulus, a 2-kHz click, and recording technique as previously described. Analysis of the data showed that evoked emissions could be identified in all ears, except one at 70 dBaud (i.e. approximately 30 dB nHL). No significant differences could be demonstrated between males and females or between left and right ears with regard to the latency of the emissions, the peak-to-peak… CONTINUE READING