NIHL


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AcronymDefinition
NIHLNoise-Induced Hearing Loss
NIHLNorthern Illinois Hockey League
NIHLNational Inline Hockey League (est. 1998; Ireland)
NIHLNorthern Illinois Horseshoe League
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For the last four seasons Stone, now aged 42, has played NIHL Division One hockey in Cardiff and now adds Division Two to his impressive CV.
7-14) We presume that military musicians will be at risk for similar noise exposures as their civilian counterparts and may be more at risk for NIHL than other military occupations.
According to government statistics, there has so far been 33,500 successful claims for NIHL against the NCB.
Perceived Concern for NIHL in relation to other Health Conditions: Generally, few respondents in both Agbowo(7.
Someone with NIHL may not be aware of the loss, but it can be detected with a hearing test.
With regard to NIHL, exposure to loud noise has been shown to increase hair cell metabolic activity and to disrupt cochlear blood flow?
This study was carried out to assess the extent of NIHL in these construction workers and to examine possible predictors, in particular the duration of work in construction and the severity of VWF.
The potentiation of NIHL by carbon monoxide (CO) exposure is particularly well established, and CO serves as a useful model because it is a common toxicant with well-studied physiological effects.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association estimates that nearly 10,000,000 Americans--including 13% of schoolchildren--suffer from some degree of NIHL.
The aim of this study was to determine whether susceptibility to NIHL is related to SOD2, PON1, and PON2 polymorphisms in workers employed at the Alenia Aereonautica aircraft factory.
Team NIHL defeated Fireside II Jesters 9-6 to win the championship in a battle of Illinois teams.
NIHL can be caused by a one-time exposure to loud sound as well as by repeated exposure to sounds at various loudness levels over an extended period of time.