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TTS in mobile and MP3 users

Author: 
Maruthi Krishna Goud, K. and Arpitha
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Physical Sciences and Engineering
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Introduction: It has been a challenging and interesting task for the hearing professional and medical advisor for the youth group of modern day. The basic terrible effect is “listening is hard”. Youngsters are calling an attention to the audio logical management by being modern and using mobile and MP3. This study aims to bring a awareness in the younger generation and presenting an audiometric outcome of mobile and MP3. Aim: To compare the TTS pattern in mobile users and mp3 users after a continuous exposure of stimulus Methodology: The present study consists of 20 subjects, 10 mobile users and 10 mp3 users in each group. The age group of 20 to 35 years subjects were selected based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. The audiologicaltest battery includes PTA, Speech Audiometry, Impedance and OAE evaluation were carried out before and after a period of continuous exposure of stimulus in both groups. Results: A Significant difference in TTS pattern both in MP3 and Mobile users were seen. Audiological evaluation shows for all the subjects and when compared it has found from the base that the mobile users has normal hearing threshold where as the mp3 users has towards the higher range of normal tending to minimal hearing loss. though both the users has a threshold shift where mobile users has a mean shift of right ear mean 11 to 24,left ear mean 11 to 25.5 and mp3 users right ear mean 13 to 32,left ear mean 15.5 to 37 was showing a significant alterations on the threshold. After exposure though results were not very supportive for reflexometry in impedance audiometry but a significant change in OAE’s, shows a presents of TTS as 3% of Mobile users has diminished OAE’s and in Mp3 users 90% among all the subjects. it was reported subjectively from the mp3 users as presents of low pitched Tinnitus soon exposure, which is tolerable.

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