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    Dear All: The following is a snippet of a Research Blog I sponsor on www.ResearchGate.com since about 2008 titled: Alzheimer's Diagnosis in Older Adults without Auditory Measures/Correction Inconclusive? Below, I'm giving you just a few of the recent comments out ...

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    Thanks, Alina, for a very eloquent and well-reasoned statement on the need to educate and motivate an otherwise uneducated and unmotivated public. The self-assessment/self-fit OTC paradigm is probably one of the grossest displays of ignorance and self-serving falsehoods ...

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    Hi Ryan, First I want to say I am sorry you are going through this experience with your hip.  I hope you have a speedy and full recovery. Second, I disagree with the premise that because other health care practitioners charge exorbitant prices, we should charge exorbitant ...

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    Thanks for all of the great tips guys! This is definitely helpful information.  I didn't realize that the probe tube should rest on the bottom of the canal. I will try that out. Holding the tube in place with medical tape seems like a great suggestion as well ------------------------------ ...

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    The tube should lay on the bottom of the canal. The end of the probe should be about 4-5mm from the tympanic. I use medical paper tape to hold the probe in place between  REUG/REAG measurements . . .that should help. ------------------------------ Todd Faasse BC-HIS President ...

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