Hearing Aid Verification : Old Concepts and New Considerations

  title={Hearing Aid Verification : Old Concepts and New Considerations},
  author={H. Gustav Mueller},
There are several components that typically are included in a comprehensive protocol for the selection and fitting of hearing aids. Areas such as assessment, selection, fitting, verification, orientation, counseling, and real-world validation often are included. Each step plays an important role in assuring a successful audiologic treatment and rehabilitation process. As mentioned, one of these steps is verification – a common component of most protocols in medicine and technology and defined… CONTINUE READING


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