ISSN 0975-3583

Journal of Cardiovascular Disease Research

    Hearing impairment in school children

    Santosh Patil, Shivani Manjrekar
    JCDR. 2022: 1566-1568


    Hearing problems, which can then lead to a retardation in the children's mental development, can emerge in children with hearing loss as little as 15 dBHL. 1-3 It's possible for children to experience a wide range of developmental challenges if they have secretory middle ear otitis during a pivotal point in their lives, which is when they're growing and changing the most. This is due to the fact that these impairments are capable of occurring at any point within this time frame. Problems in as many as six separate functional areas, including mental maturity, perception, speech and speaking, cognition and general intelligence, academic performance, and interpersonal behaviors, can lead to complications in a person's conduct. we decided to conduct this study to determine the nature and cause of hearing loss in school-aged children


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