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audiometristの例文

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  • This is a requirement for an Audiometrist to be a member of a professional body.
  • The word " Audiometrist " is derived from the word Audiometry, as distinct from Audiology.
  • In addition, the foundation provides a physical therapist and an audiometrist who visit and treat patients.
  • There are currently some misconceptions regarding the definition of Audiometrist and Audiologist, which vary from country to country.
  • Other than referral to an Audiologist or ENT for these services, an Audiometrist does not require approval or supervision by an Audiologist.
  • However, the title audiometrist is often used interchangeably with the role of audiologists, thereby making a precise definition of the word more difficult.
  • This does not apply to an Audiometrist with a Certificate IV qualification, who cannot provide unsupervised services under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program.
  • Identification of a hearing loss is usually conducted by a general practitioner medical doctor, otolaryngologist, certified and licensed audiologist, school or industrial audiometrist, or other audiology technician.
  • An Audiometrist can choose to complete either a Certificate IV in Audiometric Assessment ( available only as part of an apprenticeship ) or a Diploma of Hearing Device Prescription and Evaluation.
  • While an Audiometrist can provide many of the same services as an Audiologist under the Australian Government Hearing Services Program, there are some diagnostic services that can only be provided by Audiologists.