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Optimizing Care for Patients with Disabilities

In audiological practice, caring for patients with multiple disabilities presents a significant challenge that requires a multidisciplinary and personalized approach. From neurocognitive to functional and motor disabilities, each condition demands a tailored care plan to meet the individual needs of the patient. In this article, we explore how audiology professionals can enhance the quality of care through optimized management. Types of Disabilities and Their Needs Neurocognitive and Psychosocial Disabilities: Patients...
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Collaboration for Effective Hearing Treatment

The collaboration between speech therapists, audiologists, and hearing aid specialists is fundamental for providing effective treatment to patients with hearing impairments. Each of these disciplines brings specialized knowledge and skills that, when integrated, offer more comprehensive and effective care. This article examines the points of interaction between these disciplines and how the use of a personalized CRM, such as Audyum, can improve coordination and patient management. Evaluation and Diagnosis Collaboration...
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Tinnitus: Understand and Manage the Ringing in Your Ears

Tinnitus, commonly known as ringing in the ears, affects millions of people worldwide. This symptom can range from a mild whistle to a loud roar, significantly interfering with the quality of life of those who suffer from it. Managing it can be complex and multifaceted, requiring interventions ranging from sound therapy to stress management techniques and lifestyle changes. Understanding tinnitus, its causes, and how to manage it is crucial for...
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Early Detection of Hearing Loss: Essential Questionnaires

Early detection of hearing loss is crucial for preventing complications in language and communication development, especially in children and the elderly. There are multiple methods to evaluate hearing capacity, among which tests or questionnaires play a significant role. These tests allow for a preliminary assessment that may indicate the need for a more thorough analysis by an audiologist. Types of Questionnaires to Assess Hearing Loss Questionnaires are valuable tools for...
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Neonatal Hearing Screening: Essential for Hearing Health

What is Neonatal Hearing Screening? Neonatal hearing screening is a vital assessment conducted on newborns to detect any potential hearing deficiencies early. This test is usually performed before the baby is discharged from the hospital, often within 24-48 hours after birth. The goal is to identify infants who require a more comprehensive audiological evaluation and, if necessary, early intervention. This process involves non-invasive techniques that can detect hearing problems without...
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Enhancing Auditory Rehabilitation with Effective Training

Auditory rehabilitation is an essential process for patients with hearing loss. This treatment not only involves the use of hearing devices but also a series of activities and exercises designed to improve auditory capacity and speech comprehension in various environments. Auditory training plays a crucial role in this process, helping patients adapt to their new auditory capabilities and improving their quality of life. Importance of Auditory Training Auditory training is...
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Auditory Age and Quality of Life

Hearing integrity is a fundamental pillar in maintaining optimal quality of life, directly impacting our social interactions, work performance, and cognitive health. As we age, our hearing naturally declines, a phenomenon known as presbycusis. This article focuses on how effective management of auditory age, using advanced tools like Audyum, can mitigate the impact of hearing loss and sustain a full and active life. Understanding Presbycusis Presbycusis is characterized by a...
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Summer Hearing Care

Good weather brings fun under the sun, but also challenges for our hearing health. From live music to pool activities and colorful, loud fireworks, it is essential to take preventive measures to protect our ears. Below, we offer you some guidelines on how to care for your ears in the summer and how audiology professionals can efficiently manage any hearing incidents with the help of Audyum. Common Hearing Risks in...
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Continuous Training in Audiology

At the latest edition of Expooptica held at IFEMA last April, a large group of audiology students had the opportunity to delve into the latest trends and technologies in the field. This event marked the long journey each of them will have to travel from their academic training to opening their own clinic or center. However, as they wandered each corridor, they also realized that the real challenge begins afterward:...
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International Noise Awareness Day

April 24th marked the International Noise Awareness Day, a reminder of the significant impact noise has on our health and well-being. This day emphasizes the urgent need to adopt measures to mitigate noise pollution and its harmful effects. The Risks of Noise: More Than Just Hearing Loss Noise isn’t just a threat to our hearing; it affects many other aspects of our health. Prolonged exposure to high noise levels can...
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Audyum: Our Promise of Confidentiality

At Audyum, ethically managing personal information isn't just a commitment; it's a pledge we take seriously with every customer. We understand that the backbone of a thriving business lies in the strength of our relationships with users. That's why every interaction is treated with the utmost respect for data integrity. The Value of Discretion in Data Management In the audiology practice, where discretion is as crucial as the treatment itself,...
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Bring Your Auditory Services Anywhere

In a world that increasingly values accessibility and personalization, Audyum stands out as a pillar of support for audiologists who need to extend their services beyond their centers to their patients. This article explores how Audyum facilitates visits, providing crucial and indispensable support to those with severe mobility limitations or health restrictions, ensuring they receive the best care without the need to travel. Barrier-Free Access with Audyum. Need to access...