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Overcoming barriers to following guidelines. Greg Nassar South Manchester University Hospitals. Introduction. Review of MCHAS guidelines Including troubleshooting Influence on local service protocols Good practice Personal barriers http://www.psych-sci.manchester.ac.uk/mchas. Guidelines.
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Defeating boundaries to taking after rules. Greg Nassar South Manchester University Hospitals Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Introduction Review of MCHAS rules Including investigating Influence on neighborhood benefit conventions Good practice Personal obstructions http://www.psych-sci.manchester.ac.uk/mchas Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Guidelines Impression taking and earmoulds Testing helps in the field Fitting confirmation and assessment FM Advantage Child to Adult move Links amongst Health and Education Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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No. 2 Testing helps in the field Gain bends at 50, 65, 80 dBSPL Gain versus Yield Pure tone or broadband jolt Modulated Blooming impacts Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) measures at 65 dBSPL Pure tone clear, under 10%, Can be honest to goodness higher "Like for Like" Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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LISTEN! Subjective listening check Use stetoclip (take mind with power helps) If it sounds bust… ..it presumably is bust Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Gain bends indicating WDRC Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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What do pick up bends tell us? Hearing guide set-up First wave assessment discovered a few guides set up straightly or with high knee point rather than WDRC Compression proportions 3:1 or under (?confirmation) Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Output bends. Same flag level, distinctive information signals Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Gain bends. Same flag level, diverse information signals Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Factors to pay special mind to Directional receivers Programs Feedback administration Noise calculations Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Same jolt, same program setting, directional mic impacts Directional mic off Directional mic on Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Position A directional mic off Position B DM on Position A directional mic on Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Repeat standard bends If the amplifier is supplanted If the portable amplifier goes for repair An adjustment in programming e.g. second program is actuated, commotion diminishment, input administration, and so on. In the event that the listening device is re-tuned Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Comparison to benchmark bends Alert Health partners if Gain bends vary by +/ - 3 dB THD levels adjust It sounds bust Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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No. 5 Transition to grown-up administrations Performed ineffectively Young grown-ups have a tendency to show up at administration work area Good connections required amongst Child and grown-up administrations (if particular) Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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First presentation to grown-up administration Often introduce at listening device benefit work area (broken guides, requiring new earmoulds, batteries and so forth) Service arrangement may change from in any event yearly surveys to a "drop in" School → advanced education or work setting. May require assistive gadgets (access to work?) Role of instruction, guardians and amplifier client. Engage the client to enquire about accommodating offices Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Flow of data Details about patient Audiological history Hearing guide history (counting medicine history) Etc.. Guarantees smooth move Hearing guides and settings Verification utilizing REAR (or REIG!) DSL i/o or NAL NL1 Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Examples of good move Written approach Information for portable hearing assistant client About 6 months before move Transition bolster laborer ?listening to specialist Pre-move meeting with grown-up administration Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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No. 6 Links amongst Health and Education Work together MCHAS prepared you together Efficient bi-directional stream of data Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Health to training Letters Detailed portable amplifier data including earmould points of interest. FM utilize. Is default FM+M in the product truly default? Recurrence reaction bends Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Education to Health Feedback from ToD, guardians, tyke Summary write about result measures utilized Speech test comes about Changes as a part of listening to FM utilize or issues Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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How to share? Normal strategies Phone, secure fax, letters, email (security issues) By hand Can data be shared at arrangements or gatherings Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Common correspondences Hearing guide (earmould) breakdown or misfortune There\'s no rack any longer! Speedy turnaround Meetings and other CPD occasions CHSWG Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Good practice Self appraisal device on MCHAS site Contact: christine.cameron@manchester.ac.uk Written conventions Looking for good practice from offices and people to be a "Champion" BAA "do once and share" Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Barriers in my neighborhood benefit Youngest kid with PCHI Born 15 th August 2005 Consanguinity (guardians are first cousins) No other FH Fallots quadruplicate, different issues with colon Within hours sent to Leeds no listening to screen performed. Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Returned October 2005 OAE and AABR on 10 th October. NCR reciprocally Diagnostic ABR 18 th October. No solid reactions. CNA one arrangement. Rehashed 15 th November. TP ABR >95 dBHL on right, around 90 dBHL on left. Impressions taken. 3 Canceled arrangements First portable amplifier fitting arrangement went to 13 th December 2005. Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Seen 23 rd December 2005 7 th February 2006 21 st February 2006 DNA and CNA until 2 nd May 2006 Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Fitting screen shots First RECD Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Second RECD Only one event were FRQ recorded!! Slamming framework Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Problems experienced and arrangements Frequency DNA and CNA arrangements Education went to youngster\'s home Gave a week after week arrangement at favored scene Hearing not high on his parent\'s motivation Still experiencing significant surgery We were unconscious of healing facility inpatient 24 diary passages since October 2005, (7 months) Doing great with binaural portable amplifiers different groups have been notified Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Overall Run recurrence reaction bends Huge advantages to you, your tyke, benefit Communicate with partners Just stream your data Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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Thank you Pediatric Audiology: Balancing Protocols with Reality

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