Clinical Utility of Auditory Steady State Response in Children
American Academy of Audiology
San Antonio, TX
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Despite the appeal of an objective measure for determining frequency-specific hearing thresholds, the integration of ASSR into everyday practice has not been embraced; many clinics citing poor correlations with behavioral auditory thresholds. This retrospective study compared thresholds obtained from both ASSR and behavioral audiometry to demonstrate a strong correlation between ASSR and behavioral thresholds as a function of frequency and degree of hearing loss. Results demonstrate ASSR is an effective measure for threshold estimation for ongoing treatment of hearing loss.
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Needleman, Alyssa, "Clinical Utility of Auditory Steady State Response in Children" (2015). Department of Audiology Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 46.