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Improving Patient Perception of Clinical Services Through Real-Ear Measurements
by Amyn M. Amlani, PhD John Pumford, AuD, Aud(C), Reg. CASLPO Eric Gessling
Amlani et al bring us their paper, “Improving Patient Perception of Clinical Services Through Real-ear Measurements” with the hope that early, the inclusion of REM in clinical practice can improve the hearing healthcare experience for both patients and clinicians.
Comparing Probe Tube Placements and Frequency Averaging in the Ear Canal Up To 10 kHz
by Jonathan Vaisberg, PhD Ewan Macpherson, PhD Susan Scollie, PhD
Jonathan Vaisberg and his colleagues from Western University tell us why there is a need for clinicians to be wary of probe tube insertion depth if measuring the true level at the eardrum is the goal.