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Examination of Previously Published Data to Identify Patterns in the Social Representation of ‘Hearing Aids’ Across Countries

Manchaiah , Ratinaud P, Tympas A, Danermark , Germundsson P

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Societal factors seem to exercise a strong influence on hearing aid uptake, use, and satisfaction. In particular, knowledge, perception, and attitude of people will have bearing towards...
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Ototoxicity: A Challenge in Diagnosis and Treatment

Ganesan P, Schmiedge , Manchaiah , Swapna S, Dhandayutham S, Kothandaraman PP

Ototoxicity is the pharmacological adverse reaction affecting the inner ear or auditory nerve, characterized by cochlear or vestibular dysfunction. The panorama of drug-induced hearing loss has widened over last few...
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Outcomes of Direct-to-Consumer Hearing Devices for People with Hearing Loss: A Review

Tran NR, Manchaiah

As the population of those with mild to moderate hearing loss increases the need remains for amplification solutions. There is a trend to offer alternative amplification options beyond traditional hearing...
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Examination of an Audiologist's Response to Patient's Expression of Symptoms: A Pilot Study

Dockens AL, Bellon-Harn ML, Burns ES, Manchaiah , Hinojosa O

This pilot study explores audiologist-patient interactions during initial evaluations or consultations. In particular, an audiologist's response to patient symptoms is examined. Conversations between audiologist and patients were recorded using a...
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Preferences to Patient-Centeredness in Pre-Service Speech and Hearing Sciences Students: A Cross-Sectional Study

Dockens AL, Bellon-Harn ML, Manchaiah

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Patient-centeredness is a critical approach to rehabilitation in allied health professions and is an imperative component of evidence-based practice. However, it is unknown if patient-centeredness is valued...
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Auditory Brainstem Response Improvements in Hyperbillirubinemic Infants

Abdollahi , Ahmadi T, Manchaiah , Lotfi Y

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Hyperbillirubinemia in infants have been associated with neuronal damage including in the auditory system. Some researchers have suggested that the bilirubin-induced auditory neuronal damages may be temporary...
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Does Hearing Aid Use Increase the Likelihood of Cerumen Impaction?

Manchaiah , Arthur J, Williams H

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Impacted cerumen is a common condition in adults. It is commonly believed that wearing hearing aids may increase the cerumen impaction, although no empirical evidence exist. The...
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Positive, Neutral, and Negative Connotations Associated with Social Representation of 'Hearing Loss' and 'Hearing Aids'

Manchaiah , Stein G, Danermark , Germundsson P

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In our previous studies we explored the social representation of hearing loss and hearing aids. In this study we aimed at exploring if the positive, neutral and...
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