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Objective hearing testing
Hearing loss is a serious issue that can impact all aspects of your life. It’s important to get regular hearing tests to make sure you’re doing everything you can to preserve your hearing. An objective hearing test can provide you with accurate information about the status of your hearing. Learn more about what an objective hearing test is and why it’s important in today’s blog post.
Objective Listening Tests for Hearing Loss
Hearing loss is one of the most common health problems in Australia. It can be hard to hear and comprehension difficulties often result from it, but there are easy ways you could check your own hearing! One such method that does not require cooperation from patients involves using objective listening tests which will make studying newborns or infants much easier because they don’t need any help at all – this makes them perfect tools when learning about baby language skills too!.
An otoacoustic emission (OAE)
The Otoacoustic Emission (OAE) is a test that can determine if your hearing is healthy or damaged. A probe will be inserted into one of the earlobes, and it sends out sounds to see how much inner-ear response there’s from these signals; this helps diagnose possible problems like sensorineural Hearing Loss due to magnetic resonance imaging techniques.
Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA)
Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) is a useful tool for suspected hearing impairments in deeper areas of the brain. This test also provides evidence of other neurological diseases, which can result in loss or decreased sensitivity with respect to noise exposure such as those experienced during war zones where there were prolonged loud sounds frequently heard among soldiers who were deployed overseas.
Stapedius reflex test
The stapedius reflex test is a quick and easy way to check if your ear has any damage. It consists of applying pressure on one side, causing it to turn red in response – this happens because when we hear sounds our brain tells both sides what sound should be coming from so they contract together. If there’s no tone being sent then that means something might have gone wrong with either the outer or inner portion(s) which could result in chronic issues such as hearing loss
Tympanometry is a test that measures how well your ear works. It does this by sending sound waves into the eardrum and watching for any changes in pressure or responses from nearby muscles because damage can result if they aren’t working correctly!
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