Randomized trial of amplification strategies.

@article{Yueh2001RandomizedTO,
  title={Randomized trial of amplification strategies.},
  author={Bevan Yueh and Pamela Elizabeth Souza and Jennifer A McDowell and Margaret P Collins and Carl F Loovis and Susan C. Hedrick and Scott David Ramsey and Richard A. Deyo},
  journal={Archives of otolaryngology--head & neck surgery},
  year={2001},
  volume={127 10},
  pages={
          1197-204
        }
}
BACKGROUND Little is known about quality of life after the use of specific types of hearing aids, so it is difficult to determine whether technologies such as programmable circuits and directional microphones are worth the added expense. OBJECTIVE To compare the effectiveness of an assistive listening device, a nonprogrammable nondirectional microphone hearing aid, with that of a programmable directional microphone hearing aid against the absence of amplification. DESIGN Randomized… CONTINUE READING

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