Statistical analysis of hearing loss among navy personnel.

  title={Statistical analysis of hearing loss among navy personnel.},
  author={R. Trost and Geoffrey B Shaw},
  journal={Military medicine},
  volume={172 4},
Hearing loss is one of the most common disabilities among sailors. Service members are posted to a variety of stations. Many of these posts have high noise levels, and particular ratings have high exposure. If assignments of higher risk can be identified, then focused prevention programs can be implemented. The focus of this study was to determine how hearing loss relates to service time spent aboard ships. To investigate which duty stations and ratings are at high risk for hearing loss, this… CONTINUE READING

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