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Noise Level by Type in Adult Intensive Care Units of a Tertiary Teaching Hospital in Korea

Yun SH, Choi HY, Lee SH, Peck EH, Yoo YS

PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate the actual noise conditions in adult Intensive Care Units (ICUs) according to type, time, day of the week, and area. METHODS: This study was conducted...
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Deep Learning-Based Electrocardiogram Signal Noise Detection and Screening Model

Yoon D, Lim HS, Jung K, Kim TY, Lee S

OBJECTIVES: Biosignal data captured by patient monitoring systems could provide key evidence for detecting or predicting critical clinical events; however, noise in these data hinders their use. Because deep learning...
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Severe Temporal Hyper-Activated States Caused by Noise in Tinnitus and Hyperacusis with Normal Hearing

Bae EB, Lee JH

Lots of neuroimaging and animal studies have revealed that tinnitus and hyperacusis share the same patterns in the bottom up central auditory process. The aim was to identify the abnormal...
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Noise and Room Acoustic Conditions in a Tertiary Referral Hospital, Seoul National University Hospital

Cho WH, Jeong CH, Chang JH, Lee SH, Park MK, Suh MW, Han JJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Noise levels and room acoustic parameters at a tertiary referral hospital, Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH) in Korea, are investigated. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Through a questionnaire, acoustically problematic...
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Cochlear Damage Caused by the Striking Noise of Titanium Head Golf Driver

Park YH, Chung J, Lee MY, Lee DY, Kim YH

OBJECTIVES.: To investigate how mouse cochleae are affected by the striking noise of titanium head golf driver. METHODS.: Thirty-two BALB/c mice (20–22 g) with normal hearing were used. The impact acoustic...
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The effect of earplug training on noise protection

Kim JW, Yang S, Chung I, Lee MY

BACKGROUND: Noise-induced hearing loss is an occupational disease, and workplace noise exposure is a major hazard in Korea. Although hearing protectors effectively reduce a worker's exposure to noise, their success...
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The effect of diabetes on 4-year changes of hearing thresholds in male workers exposed to noise in a single company: a longitudinal study

Kim DY, Kim AR, Sung JH, Lee CR, Lee J

BACKGROUND: Recently, several studies have assessed the association between diabetes and hearing impairment. However, the effect of diabetes on hearing impairment is not well known in diabetic patients exposed to...
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The Acceptable Noise Level Benefit From Directionality for Listeners With Severe Hearing Loss

Aghsoleimani M, Jalilvand , Mahdavi ME, Nazeri AR, Kamali M

OBJECTIVES: Directional microphone technology can enhance the speech intelligibility and listening comfort of listeners with hearing impairment. The main aim of this study is to investigate and compare the benefit...
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Comparing Attention and Cognitive Function in School Children across Noise Conditions: A Quasi-Experimental Study

Bhang SY, Yoon J, Sung J, Yoo C, Sim C, Lee C, Lee J, Lee J

OBJECTIVE: The effect of acute noise on cognitive function has long been a topic of study, yet these effects remain a serious problem for learning performance in school children. METHODS: From...
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Low Income as a Vulnerable Factor to the Effect of Noise on Insomnia

Park C, Sim CS, Sung JH, Lee J, Ahn JH, Choe YM, Park J

OBJECTIVE: The present study aimed to examine the potential mediating effect of income level on the association between noise exposure and insomnia. METHODS: 706 individuals were evaluated in conjunction with 2014...
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Letter to the Editor - Response to: The effect of dental scaling noise during intravenous sedation on acoustic respiration rate

Barker SJ

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The effect of dental scaling noise during intravenous sedation on acoustic respiration rate (RRaâ„¢)

Kim JH, Chi SI, Kim HJ, Seo KS

BACKGROUND: Respiration monitoring is necessary during sedation for dental treatment. Recently, acoustic respiration rate (RRaâ„¢), an acoustics-based respiration monitoring method, has been used in addition to auscultation or capnography. The...
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Noise around the Knee

Song SJ, Park CH, Liang H, Kim SJ

Noise in the knee joint is a common symptom that often leads to outpatient clinic visits. However, there have been no previous review articles regarding noise around the knee despite...
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The Effects of Hearing Aid Digital Noise Reduction and Directionality on Acceptable Noise Level

Ahmadi R, Jalilvand , Mahdavi ME, Ahmadi F, Baghban AR

OBJECTIVES: Two main digital signal processing technologies inside the modern hearing aid to provide the best conditions for hearing aid users are directionality (DIR) and digital noise reduction (DNR) algorithms....
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Change of Subjective Tinnitus by the Duration of Noise Exposure in Patients with Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Oh J, Sim JH, Cho SI

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Tinnitus, a common complaint of workers who are exposed to noise, can cause substantial negative effects on the quality of life of these workers. The aim of...
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Differential Expression of Ca²⁺-buffering Protein Calretinin in Cochlear Afferent Fibers: A Possible Link to Vulnerability to Traumatic Noise

Sharma K, Seo YW, Yi E

The synaptic contacts of cochlear afferent fibers (CAFs) with inner hair cells (IHCs) are spatially segregated according to their firing properties. CAFs also exhibit spatially segregated vulnerabilities to noise. The...
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Analysis of Subway Interior Noise at Peak Commuter Time

Lee D, Kim G, Han W

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although mass transit systems are convenient and efficient for urban people, little attention has been paid to the potential hearing hazard from their noise. The purpose of...
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The Use of Noise Dampening Mats to Reduce Heavy-Equipment Noise Exposures in Construction

Saleh S, Woskie S, Bello A

The performance of sound barriers was evaluated to determine their technical effectiveness and practicality in reducing noise exposures to operating engineers in construction. Commercially purchased sound dampening mats (SDMats) were...
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Comparison of Acceptable Noise Levels Using Korean and Non-Semantic Speech Signals in Normal Hearing Subjects

Kim SG, Roh KJ, Park AY, Choi BI, Hong SA, Lee JH, Son EJ

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The acceptable noise level (ANL) test measures the maximum noise level that a subject can tolerate while following speech. Given the limited investigation of ANL across different...
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Listening to Sentences in Noise: Revealing Binaural Hearing Challenges in Patients with Schizophrenia

Abdul Wahab NA, Zakaria MN, Abdul Rahman AH, Sidek D, Wahab S

OBJECTIVE: The present, case-control, study investigates binaural hearing performance in schizophrenia patients towards sentences presented in quiet and noise. METHODS: Participants were twenty-one healthy controls and sixteen schizophrenia patients with normal...
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