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by Kenneth S. Gerwin

Author: Kenneth S. Gerwin
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (June 1, 1974)
Pages: 190 pages
Category: Other
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Every state has an Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program. EHDI works to identify infants and children with hearing loss

Every state has an Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) program. EHDI works to identify infants and children with hearing loss. EHDI also promotes timely follow-up testing and services or interventions for any family whose child has a hearing loss.

Presentation on theme: "Detection of Common Ear Diseases in the . The child complains of persistent or recurrent pain or discomfort in the ear. Child is asking to raise the volume of TV etc.

Presentation on theme: "Detection of Common Ear Diseases in the Community"- Presentation transcript: 1 Detection of Common Ear Diseases in the Community SH2030: Secondary Level Training Module. At times, it can accumulate and cause pain hearing loss Sensation of blockage wax is a normal secretion of the ear that can accumulate at times. This accumulation can occur because: certain persons tend to produce more wax than normal and this is not properly cleared out and accumulates.

Unaddressed hearing loss and ear diseases such as otitis media can have a significantly adverse effect on the academic . Early detection and intervention are crucial to minimizing the impact of hearing loss on a child’s development and educational achievements.

Unaddressed hearing loss and ear diseases such as otitis media can have a significantly adverse effect on the academic performance of children. They often have increased rates of grade failure and greater need for education assistance. In infants and young children with hearing loss, early identification and management through infant hearing screening programmes can improve the linguistic and educational outcomes for the child.

In: Sensorineural hearing loss. A CIBA Foundation Symposium, pp. 295–308. London: Churchill 1970Google Scholar. Terkildsen, . An evaluation of perceptive hearing losses in children, based on recruitment determinations. Liden, . Peterson, J. Bjorkmann, . Tympanometry. 92, 248–257 (1970)Google Scholar. Clinical equipment for measurement of middle ear muscle reflexes and tympanometry. 51, 476–484 (1960)Google Scholar. Clinical application of impedance measurements with a fixed frequency technique.

Hearing loss in children can occur due to various reasons but 60 percent of it is because of preventable causes

Hearing loss in children can occur due to various reasons but 60 percent of it is because of preventable causes. As per the recent study conducted by WHO on deafness and hearing loss, around 360 million people across the world have hearing problems and out of this population 32 million are children. This type of hearing loss results from the problem in the inner ear. Sensorineural hearing loss is when the inner ear or the inner ear nerves are damaged and the child may find it difficult to hear dim sounds. This is a kind of permanent hearing loss that may result from head injury, serious illness, genetic factors or ill-effects of medicines. 4. Mixed Hearing Loss.