Populations with low benefit

Every now and then, there are patients in the audiological clinics, which have little or no benefit at all from hearing aid treatment. They experience hearing problems, but none that indicates that a hearing aid may alleviate the situation. For these patients there may be very little to offer, but it is possible that we will learn more about the hearing and the complexity of hearing problems by further studying these cases.

This work will start late 2017.

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2019

Narayanan, Sreeram Kaithali; Piechowiak, Tobias; Wolff, Anne; Houmøller, Sabina Storbjerg; Narne, Vijay; Loquet, Gérard; Hougaard, Dan Dupont; Gaihede, Michael L; Schmidt, Jesper Hvass; Hammershøi, Dorte

Speech related hearing aid benefit index derived from standardized self-reported questionnaire data Conference

Poster presentation at the International Symposium on Auditory and Audiological Research: Vol. 7: Auditory Learning in Biological and Artificial Systems, (SP.50), The Danavox Jubilee Foundation 2019.

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Odense University Hospital
Rikke Schnack-Petersen
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Michael Gaihede
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Jesper Borchorst Yde
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University of Southen Denmark
Jesper Hvass Schmidt
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Dorte Hammershøi
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Torsten Dau
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