Verification of in situ thresholds and integrated real-ear measurements.

@article{DiGiovanni2010VerificationOI,
  title={Verification of in situ thresholds and integrated real-ear measurements.},
  author={Jeffrey J. DiGiovanni and Ryan M Pratt},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={21 10},
  pages={663-70}
}
BACKGROUND Accurate prescriptive gain results in a more accurate fit, lower return rate in hearing aids, and increased patient satisfaction. In situ threshold measurements can be used to determine required gain. The Widex Corporation uses an in situ threshold measurement strategy, called the Sensogram. Real-ear measurements determine if prescriptive gain targets have been achieved. Starkey Laboratories introduced an integrated real-ear measurement system in their hearing aids. PURPOSE To… CONTINUE READING

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