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An instrument for measuring hearing activity for pure tones of normally audible frequencies. Also called sonometer.

au′di·o·met′ric (-ō-mĕt′rĭk) adj.
au′di·om′e·try n.
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Adj.1.audiometric - of or relating to audiometryaudiometric - of or relating to audiometry  
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Demant A/S is an international hearing healthcare company within hearing aids, audiometric equipment and personal communication.
The OHC should be supervised by an audiologist or medical doctor who is a CAOHC trained Professional Supervisor of Audiometric Monitoring Programs.
Each module addresses a core competency: audiometric assessment, ear impressions, hearing instrument fitting and orientation, and hearing instrument care and follow-up.
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Investigators determined that the company failed to implement an audiometric testing program to monitor employee hearing loss, and controls to reduce noise levels; use machine guards; provide adequate respiratory protection; remove damaged forklifts from use; train workers on hazardous communication; and store flammable materials properly.
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Study leader Dr Carlijn le Clercq said: "In this study, 14.2 per cent of schoolaged children showed audiometric notches or high-frequency hearing loss.
The aim of this study was to evaluate computed tomography (CT) findings in patients with otosclerosis and determine their correlation with audiometric findings and surgical outcome in a nonendemic population.
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