THE LITERATURE presents few new tests for hearing impairment. Considerable emphasis has been placed on early detection of hearing deficiencies, particularly in children, and on various methods for their detection. Rehabilitation and prevention of occupational deafness and its early discovery have received attention.
The following is a list of hearing aids accepted by the Council on Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation of the American Medical Association as of Aug. 1, 1953:Audicon Models 400, 415, 530, & 615 Mfr., National Earphone Co., Inc. 20 Shipman St. Newark 2, N. J.Audiotone Models 11 & 15 Mfr., Audio Company of America 5305 N. Sixth St. Phoenix, Ariz.Audivox Models Super 67 & 70 Mfr., Audivox, Inc.—Successor to Western Electric Hearing Aid Division 123 Worcester St. Boston 18Aurex Models L & M Mfr., Aurex Corporation 1117 N. Franklin St. Chicago 10Beltone Mono-Pac Model "Lyric" Beltone Mono-Pac Model M Beltone
LEWY A, SHAPIRO SL, LESHIN N. FUNCTIONAL EXAMINATION OF HEARING. AMA Arch Otolaryngol. 1953;58(2):205–232. doi:10.1001/archotol.1953.00710040224019
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