Normative Wave V latency-intensity functions using the EARTONE 3A insert earphone and the Radioear B-71 bone vibrator.

@article{Beattie1998NormativeWV,
  title={Normative Wave V latency-intensity functions using the EARTONE 3A insert earphone and the Radioear B-71 bone vibrator.},
  author={Randall C Beattie},
  journal={Scandinavian audiology},
  year={1998},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={120-6}
}
Early auditory evoked response (ABR) audiometry is useful for estimating auditory sensitivity in infants and other difficult-to-test populations. Several investigations advocate using bone-conducted stimuli, in addition to air-conducted stimuli, for screening infants with hearing loss or for ascertaining the presence and magnitude of a conductive hearing loss. The present study was designed to gather normative Wave V latency-intensity data with an insert earphone (EARTONE 3A) and a bone… CONTINUE READING