ACHA

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AcronymDefinition
ACHAAmerican Collegiate Hockey Association
ACHAAmerican College Health Association
ACHAAmerican College of Healthcare Architects
ACHAAgency for Healthcare Administration (Florida)
ACHAAboriginal Cultural Heritage Act (Australia)
ACHAAssociation for Communal Harmony in Asia
ACHAApplied and Computational Harmonic Analysis (mathematical journal)
ACHAAmerican Catholic Historical Association (Washington, DC)
ACHAAir-Conduction Hearing Aid (device)
ACHAAllegheny County Housing Authority (Pittsburgh, PA)
ACHAAmerican College of Hospital Administrators
ACHAAfrican Canadian Heritage Association (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
ACHAAustralian Community Health Association
ACHAAdelaide Community Health Alliance (Australia)
ACHAAssociate Commissioner for Health Affairs
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Users also experienced a clinically significant functional gain of 30.5 decibels (dB) on average in the high frequency range (2,000-10,000 Hz), with an average of 30-40 dB of functional gain noted at 6,000 Hz and above and a maximum of 68 dB at 9,000-10,000 Hz, which is not typically achieved with conventional air-conduction hearing aids.
Intraindividual comparison of the bone-anchored hearing aid and air-conduction hearing aids. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg.