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Neonatal Hearing Screening Reports-Tehran 1379
Mahin Sedaei
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Objective: Infants hearing screening as one of the best methods of identification and hence early intervention to prevent side effects and appropriate rehabilitation if necessary.
Methods and Materials: 175 0-7 day infants were tested in two groups (112 normal history and 63 high risked) with a dumb (for low frequencies)and receiver (for high Frequencies) at 90-95 dB SPL in three hospitals. The acceptable responses were auropalpebral reflex (APR) , startle and stop of movements.
Results: Of the first group 51% showed APR, 10% startle, 22 % Both and 17% no response. Of the second group 47% showed APR, 24% startle, 11% both reflexes and 18% no response.
Conclusion: 14 cases (8 girls and 6 boys) out of 175 infnats showed no response.

Keywords: Hearing Screening Program, Auro Palpebral Reflex, Startle Reflex, High Risk Registered Children, Visual Reinforcement Audiometry
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Type of Study: Research |
Accepted: 2013/08/27 | Published: 2017/12/19
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