Maximum phonation time: variability and reliability.

  title={Maximum phonation time: variability and reliability.},
  author={Ren{\'e}e Speyer and Hans C A Bogaardt and Val{\'e}ria Lima Passos and Nel P H D Roodenburg and Anne Zumach and Mari{\"e}lle A M Heijnen and Laura W. J. Baijens and Stijn A J H M Fleskens and Jan Wouter Brunings},
  journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation},
  volume={24 3},
The objective of the study was to determine maximum phonation time reliability as a function of the number of trials, days, and raters in dysphonic and control subjects. Two groups of adult subjects participated in this reliability study: a group of outpatients with functional or organic dysphonia versus a group of healthy control subjects matched by age and gender. Over a period of maximally 6 weeks, three video recordings were made of five subjects' maximum phonation time trials. A panel of… CONTINUE READING


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