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AUDAustralian Dollar
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AUDAudiologist
AuDDoctor of Audiology
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AUDAssociation for Union Democracy (New York)
AUDAlcohol Use Disorder
AUDAllocation Unique Dégressive
AUDAgence d'Urbanisme et de Développement (French: Planning and Development Agency; Saint-Omer, France)
AUDAdd Update Delete
AUDAvailable for Use Data
AUDAuthentification Universelle de Documents (French: Universal Authentication of Documents)
AUDAcute-Use Drugs
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With telephone number, email address and mailing deliverability guarantees, their List of Audiologists in USA can help to ensure that your marketing strategy has the best possible chance of success.
Two unpaid interns used to conduct these tests in past, but now the ward has no official to conduct hearing related tests, the source said and added that if the hospital charges Rs 100 for one test, the audiologist can be paid salary easily.
Our audiologists are here to offer bespoke advice, so you can manage your hearing loss appropriately.
By offering highly professional and unique services to the marketplace, audiologists are signaling to consumers that their value is well beyond the delivery of traditional hearing aids.
Only one audiologist suggested for one module that there could be a time constraint problem.
The medical team's views on audiological EI practices, with specific reference to age of diagnosis and age at which a child should receive amplification, team management, and referral to an audiologist.
The first opportunity to blend the capabilities of the 2 fields arose with the identification of a trend of worsening test results noted by the audiologist during annual audiometric testing of a JBB aviation unit.
The audiologist sends tones to the child, starting from approximately 65 db down to the softest sound perceived.
For these reasons, it's important to be properly fitted for one by an audiologist, who can make any necessary adjustments.
He added that the center probably needs to hire one more audiologist "to bring us up to the level we want in 2008.
Sound levels above 85 decibels (unit of sound intensity) can damage ears, says Brian Fligor, an audiologist, or hearing specialist at Children's Hospital Boston.
It requires a great deal of work on the part of the patient and their audiologist to tune the device, or what we call program it,'' he said.