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Universal neonatal hearing screening moving from evidence to practice

By Colin R. Kennedy and Donna C. McCann

Abstract

Recent technological advances have made feasible<br/>universal newborn hearing screening and therefore early<br/>detection of permanent childhood hearing impairment.<br/>Over the past three years, new information has been<br/>published on whether early intervention is beneficial, the<br/>possibility of harm arising from newborn screening, and its<br/>cost. Dramatic progress has been made in the large scale<br/>implementation of universal screening in many parts of the<br/>western worl

Topics: BF, RJ101
Year: 2004
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