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Figure 14 focuses on the measurements made on the artificial ear type 3.3 while Figure 15 focuses on the type 3.4 ear. (...) Figure 16 focuses on the measurements made on the artificial ear type 3.3 while Figure 17 focuses on the ear type 3.4. (...) Here the 3.3 ear correlates better the human’s ear impedance .
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Score: 1142571.8 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/17/T061700000C0032PDFE.pdf
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P.57 : Artificial ears   Français   Español     Home : ITU-T : Publications : Recommendations : P Series : P.57 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     P.57 : Artificial ears Recommendation P.57 In force components Number Title Status P.57 (06/21)   Artificial ears   In force     Superseded and Withdrawn components Number Title Status P.57 (03/93)   Artificial ears   Superseded P.57 (08/96)   Artificial ears   Superseded P.57 (07/02)   Artificial ears   Superseded P.57 (2002) Corrigendum 1 (01/05)     Published as a covering note Superseded P.57 (11/05)   Artificial ears   Superseded P.57 (04/09)   Artificial ears   Superseded P.57 (12/11)   Artificial ears   Superseded P.57 (02/21)   Artificial ears   Superseded   Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-T Publications Updated : 2021-08-23  
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In most countries, ear and hearing care is still not integrated into national health systems and accessing care services is challenging for those with ear diseases and hearing loss. (...) Identification is the first step in addressing hearing loss and related ear diseases. Clinical screening at strategic points in life ensure that any loss of hearing and ear diseases can be identified as early as possible. (...) Medical and surgical treatment can cure most ear diseases, potentially reversing the associated hearing loss.
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Score: 1114869.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...-have-hearing-problems-by-2050
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A ringing sensation in the ear (tinnitus) and inability to hear high pitched sounds can also indicate presbycusis. When should I get my ears tested? You should get your ears tested if: you often have to ask people to repeat themselves find yourself raising the volume of the television to higher than normal levels regularly miss parts of conversations experience a ringing sensation in the ear (tinnitus) people tell you that you are speaking loudly. (...) Taking good care of your ears and following good ear and hearing practices such as: protecting your ears from loud sounds; never inserting anything into your ear or instill any liquids, other than medicines prescribed by a trained health care personnel; in case of pain in the ear or ear-discharge, seeking medical treatment urgently; eating healthy food and exercising well to avoid diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, that predispose to development of hearing loss; and avoiding cigarette smoking.
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Score: 1096435.45 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ted-hearing-loss-(presbycusis)
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Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak | Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Skip to main content Добро пожаловать в ООН Toggle navigation Язык: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Банк технологий для наименее развитых стран Search form Поиск Toggle navigation Первая страница Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak bhutan_child.jpg Copyright:  pxfuel 14 October 2021, Gebze/Thimphu – The UN Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries , Medtronic Labs , and Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss in collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan join hands to address needs in pediatric ear and hearing care in a new initiative “Hear, Listen, and Speak Program for all Bhutanese Children” that was launched today. (...) This will enable early detection of congenital and progressive hearing loss in newborns and young children and potentially reduce incidences of ear disorders as children mature. Medtronic Labs will also lead the effort to upskill the Bhutanese health workforce on the usage of the technologies to ensure a sustainable ear care continuum is established. (...) The program will strengthen the Continuum of Care in Bhutan from screening to rehabilitation to address hearing loss and ear disorders in Bhutanese infants and children 0-14 years of age.
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Score: 1093867.1 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/ru/node/1048
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This will enable early detection of congenital and progressive hearing loss in newborns and young children and potentially reduce incidences of ear disorders as children mature. Medtronic Labs will also lead the effort to upskill the Bhutanese health workforce on the usage of the technologies to ensure a sustainable ear care continuum is established. (...) The UN Technology Bank is funding pediatric audiology equipment and the country’s first-ever ear mold lab to be installed at the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu, Bhutan. (...) The program will strengthen the Continuum of Care in Bhutan from screening to rehabilitation to address hearing loss and ear disorders in Bhutanese infants and children 0-14 years of age.
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Score: 1088887.3 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/node/1048
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This will enable early detection of congenital and progressive hearing loss in newborns and young children and potentially reduce incidences of ear disorders as children mature. Medtronic Labs will also lead the effort to upskill the Bhutanese health workforce on the usage of the technologies to ensure a sustainable ear care continuum is established. (...) The UN Technology Bank is funding pediatric audiology equipment and the country’s first-ever ear mold lab to be installed at the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu, Bhutan. (...) The program will strengthen the Continuum of Care in Bhutan from screening to rehabilitation to address hearing loss and ear disorders in Bhutanese infants and children 0-14 years of age.
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This will enable early detection of congenital and progressive hearing loss in newborns and young children and potentially reduce incidences of ear disorders as children mature. Medtronic Labs will also lead the effort to upskill the Bhutanese health workforce on the usage of the technologies to ensure a sustainable ear care continuum is established. (...) The UN Technology Bank is funding pediatric audiology equipment and the country’s first-ever ear mold lab to be installed at the Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital in Thimphu, Bhutan. (...) The program will strengthen the Continuum of Care in Bhutan from screening to rehabilitation to address hearing loss and ear disorders in Bhutanese infants and children 0-14 years of age.
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Score: 1088887.3 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/fr/node/1048
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Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak | 最不发达国家技术库 Skip to main content 欢迎来到联合国,您的世界 Toggle navigation 语言: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 最不发达国家技术库 Search form 搜索 Toggle navigation 主页 Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak bhutan_child.jpg Copyright:  pxfuel 14 October 2021, Gebze/Thimphu – The UN Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries , Medtronic Labs , and Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss in collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan join hands to address needs in pediatric ear and hearing care in a new initiative “Hear, Listen, and Speak Program for all Bhutanese Children” that was launched today. (...) This will enable early detection of congenital and progressive hearing loss in newborns and young children and potentially reduce incidences of ear disorders as children mature. Medtronic Labs will also lead the effort to upskill the Bhutanese health workforce on the usage of the technologies to ensure a sustainable ear care continuum is established. (...) The program will strengthen the Continuum of Care in Bhutan from screening to rehabilitation to address hearing loss and ear disorders in Bhutanese infants and children 0-14 years of age.
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Score: 1088887.3 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/zh/node/1048
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Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak | Banco de Tecnología para los Países Menos Adelantados Skip to main content Bienvenidos a las Naciones Unidas Toggle navigation Idioma: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Banco de Tecnología para los Países Menos Adelantados Search form Buscar Toggle navigation Portada Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak Leveraging Technologies to Help Children in Bhutan with Hearing Loss and Ear Disorders to Hear, Listen, and Speak bhutan_child.jpg Copyright:  pxfuel 14 October 2021, Gebze/Thimphu – The UN Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries , Medtronic Labs , and Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss in collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan join hands to address needs in pediatric ear and hearing care in a new initiative “Hear, Listen, and Speak Program for all Bhutanese Children” that was launched today. (...) This will enable early detection of congenital and progressive hearing loss in newborns and young children and potentially reduce incidences of ear disorders as children mature. Medtronic Labs will also lead the effort to upskill the Bhutanese health workforce on the usage of the technologies to ensure a sustainable ear care continuum is established. (...) The program will strengthen the Continuum of Care in Bhutan from screening to rehabilitation to address hearing loss and ear disorders in Bhutanese infants and children 0-14 years of age.
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Score: 1088887.3 - https://www.un.org/technologybank/es/node/1048
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