Assistive Devices for Persons with Hearing Impairment

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Richard S. Tyler, Donald J. Schum
Allyn and Bacon, 1995 - Medical - 283 pages
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Provides conceptual and technical background for students and practicing audiologists, as well as manufacturers, product designers, and consumers. Discusses the impact of the American with Disabilities Act and the involvement of the FDA with assistive devices. Explains assistive devices' interface w

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Contents

An Overview of The Food and Drug Administrations Medical
10
Interfacing with the Telephone System
24
Clinical Procedures for Evaluating Telephone Use
66
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Professor and Director of Audiology. Department of Otolaryngology. The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

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