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《Tianjin Medical Journal》 2008-07
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The Analysis of Hearing Screening in 8742 Neonatus

DING Wenying,MA Yuanxu,LI Jun,WANG Liya,WANG Zhigang Maternal and Child Health Hospital of Tanggu,Tianjin 300451,China  
Objective:To discover the hearing disorder and its related factors in neonatus by evaluating the detective rate of distortion product otoacoustic emissions(DPOAE) in hearing screening in Tanggu district of Tianjin.Methods:All 8 742 newborns received hearing screening test by DPOAE 72 hours after birth and re-screening tests were performed for infants who failed to pass the screening test 42 days after birth.Those who failed to pass re-detect would received auditory brainstem response(ABR) test.They would be given the overall audiologic diagnosis and assessment within 3-4 months to definite the property and degree of their hearing loss for infants who failed to pass the ABR test.Results:Percentage of 91.50(7 999/8 742) newborns passed the DPOAE screening tests in the hospital,57.47%(427/743)infants passed DPOAE re-screening test,the rest received ABR test and 9 infants were confirmed congenital hearing disorder.Conclusion:The study showed that the incidence of congenital hearing disorder in neonatal born in Tanggu district of Tianjin was nearly 0.1%.DPOAE test is simple and easy for the hearing screening in neonatus,and can detect congenital hearing disorder timely so as to interfere properly.
【CateGory Index】: R764
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