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au·di·o·gram

 (ô′dē-ə-grăm′)
n.
1. A graphic record of hearing ability for various sound frequencies that is used to measure hearing loss.
2. The procedure performed to produce such a record.
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audiogram

(ˈɔːdɪəʊˌɡræm)
n
a graphic record of the acuity of hearing of a person obtained by means of an audiometer
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au•di•o•gram

(ˈɔ di əˌgræm)

n.
the graphic record produced by an audiometer.
[1925–30]
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Noun1.audiogram - a graphical representation of a person's auditory sensitivity to sound
representation - a creation that is a visual or tangible rendering of someone or something
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au·di·o·gram

n. audiograma, instrumento para anotar la agudeza de la audición.
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audiogram

n audiograma m
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Audiograms should be administered by an occupational hearing conservationist (OHC), credentialed by the Council for Accreditation in Occupational Hearing Conservation (CAOHC).
Figure 1 compares the mean PTA values before treatment, immediately after treatment, and at the last follow-up, while in Figure 2 the mean audiograms are reported, on the basis of the value at each frequency tested.
Although, otolaryngology has witnessed slower adoption of telemedicine, advances in audiograms, diagnostic imaging and endoscopy have increased use of telemedicine approach.
During their otolaryngology residency, Squires, Colombo, and McKinney searched in vain for a guide to interpreting audiograms that was suitable to their level of knowledge and suited to their needs.
Baseline audiograms of patients showed mild hearing loss in 21 patients (23.3%), moderate hearing loss in 33 patients (36.7%), severe hearing loss in 9 patients (10%), and profound hearing loss in 27 patients (30%).
- doing business as Polystar Containment - for exposing employees to excessive noise after 12 employees' audiograms indicated mild to moderate hearing loss at its manufacturing plant in Stow, Ohio.
Among 96 patients with two audiograms performed from which the rate of hearing loss could be calculated, 32 and 64 had CVD or related risk factors and were healthy controls, respectively.
During the three years that the project has been scheduled to run, the researchers want to develop audiograms -- a graph that shows the range of hearing levels -- for the different penguin species.
"And they are encouraged to undergo pre-deployment screening including baseline audiograms and neurocognitive testing." 
"They'll do audiograms pre-employment, but then they'll do annual audiograms," Hylen says.
The 2 pure tone audiograms prior to the acute acoustic trauma, showed normal, symmetrical hearing bilaterally.