Noise-induced hearing disorders: Clinical and investigational tools.

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2023-01

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A series of articles discussing advanced diagnostics that can be used to assess noise injury and associated noise-induced hearing disorders (NIHD) was developed under the umbrella of the United States Department of Defense Hearing Center of Excellence Pharmaceutical Interventions for Hearing Loss working group. The overarching goals of the current series were to provide insight into (1) well-established and more recently developed metrics that are sensitive for detection of cochlear pathology or diagnosis of NIHD, and (2) the tools that are available for characterizing individual noise hazard as personal exposure will vary based on distance to the sound source and placement of hearing protection devices. In addition to discussing the utility of advanced diagnostics in patient care settings, the current articles discuss the selection of outcomes and end points that can be considered for use in clinical trials investigating hearing loss prevention and hearing rehabilitation.

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Le Prell, Colleen G, Odile H Clavier and Jianxin Bao (2023). Noise-induced hearing disorders: Clinical and investigational tools. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 153(1). p. 711. 10.1121/10.0017002 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/29465.

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Jianxin Bao

Professor in Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences

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