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A Triage Guide for Tinnitus

Development of a Progressive Audiologic Tinnitus Management Program for Veterans with Tinnitus - JRRD2013080189

Pilot Study to Develop Telehealth Tinnitus Management for Persons With and Without Traumatic Brain Injury - JRRD 201211049

Principles and Application of Educational Counseling used in Progressive Audiologic Tinnitus Management

The Role of Audiologic Evaluation in Progressive Audiologic Tinnitus Management

Tinnitus and Hearing Survey: A Screening Tool to Differentiate Bothersome Tinnitus From Hearing Difficulties

Tinnitus Screener: Results from First 100 Participants in Epidemiology Study

Using Therapeutic Sound with Progressive Audiology Tinnitus Management

Validation of a Novel Combination Hearing Aid and Tinnitus Therapy Device

Quick Fact

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No two ears are the same, which is important to keep in mind when ensuring proper fit for hearing protective devices. During hearing protection testing, there is a <2mm difference in insertion depth between eighty-five percent of subjects’ left and right ears.

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