BASLP 2nd Semester Notes  » Paper 4: Audiology

Unit 5: Clinical Masking and Instrumental Calibration

  • Definition and different terminologies
  • Purpose and rationale of clinical masking
  • Different types of stimulus employed in clinical masking
  • Interaural attenuation and factors affecting interaural attenuation
  • When to mask and how much to mask – importance of adequate noise levels
  • Different procedures for masking
  • Masking for speech audiometry
  • Calibration definition and purpose
  • Daily listening checks and subjective calibration
  • Objective calibration of air conduction transducers
  • Objective calibration of bone conduction transducers
  • Frequency calibration

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