The effects of alcohol on the acoustic Reflex Relaxation Index.

Abstract

Normal-hearing young adults (6 M, 5 F) ingested 1.5 ml alcohol per Kg body weight over 90 min (blood alcohol level then being 0.104 +/- 0.016%), then tested for contralateral acoustic reflex (AR) threshold using an otoadmittance meter, and given the acoustic Reflex Relaxation Index (RRI) test of Norris, Stelmachowicz and Taylor. Each stimulus for the RRI… (More)

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