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50% Chance of Sleeping Through Working Smoke Detector

Next time you come across an audiogram showing a mild to moderate high frequency hearing loss, remind yourself and be sure to communicate to your patient that┬áresearch shows there is about a 50% chance they will not be aroused by … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday To You!

Since today is my birthday, I thought I would turn the tables and provide blog followers with some audiology gifts available with just a few clicks of your mouse! For those of you struggling to put together your infection control … Continue reading

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Alarming Facts about Hearing Smoke Detectors!!

Did you know that the standard signal emitted by most commercially available residential smoke detectors falls between 3,000-4,000 Hz? Furthermore, the majority of residential fires occur between 11pm and 7am when most people are sleeping. According to Bruck & Thomas … Continue reading

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