A pediatric auditory brainstem response (ABR) test measures auditory nerve reactions in response to sounds.
Pediatric ENT Treatments and Services
Conditioned play audiometry (CPA) allows an audiologist to test the hearing of very young toddlers and preschoolers. CPA uses behavioral conditioning to get kids to respond to sounds.
Our Pediatric Audiologists provide newborn hearing screening & diagnostic tests. Read on to learn more about Early Hearing Detection & Intervention (EHDI).
Pediatric hearing testing such as ABR Hearing Tests or Tympanometry can help diagnose hearing impairment and hearing loss in children. Learn more with Children's Health.
Pediatric Otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) are low-intensity sound waves produced in the inner ear and are preformed by an audiologist.
Caring for a child who has undergone a tracheostomy can be a daunting task for any parent or caregiver. Children’s Health℠ offers a comprehensive approach to help you and your child. The tracheostomy team includes ENT physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists specially trained with more than 10 years of experience in all aspects of pediatric tracheostomy care.
Tympanometry can detect problems like fluid, wax or a perforated eardrum that may affect hearing.
Visual reinforcement audiometry (VRA) is a test that allows an audiologist to assess hearing in infants and toddlers too young for normal tests.
An acoustic reflex threshold tests the ear's natural reflex to lower the volume of very loud sounds.
Cochlear implants from the experts at Children’s Health can help hearing impaired children understand and recognize sound. Learn more.