Staff will then carry out further tests using a machine called an audiometer. From LearnThat.org. [yourdictionary.com]
It was during this period that he developed a new type of audiometer which is operated by the patient and has applications outside the field of hearing. From Wordnik.com. [Georg von Békésy - Biography] Reference
Once you have passed the battery of language tests, you will then have to pass the polygraph and an audiometer hearing test. From Wordnik.com. [Wanted by the FBI: Employees « Musings from an overworked translator] Reference
Their voices carried clearly under the immense dome of the rotunda, and the scraping of chairs as they sat down would have pushed the needle of an audiometer into the high sector. From Wordnik.com. [Quiller Meridian]
The audiometer she used, my dad noticed it goes from 250Hz to 12KHz. From Wordnik.com. [AllDeaf.com] Reference
While looking around, I noticed she has a high end digital audiometer. From Wordnik.com. [AllDeaf.com] Reference
Dad stood next to the audie and watched her set puretones from her audiometer. From Wordnik.com. [AllDeaf.com] Reference
He had the nurse bring in an audiometer that had last been calibrated in 1979, according to the sticker on the machine. From Wordnik.com. [Surrender, Dorothy] Reference
This data can include hearing and pulmonary tests which can be brought over automatically from an audiometer or spirometer. From Wordnik.com. [The Earth Times Online Newspaper] Reference
Brown and her colleagues focused only on hearing and seeing impairments because they are relatively easy to measure with an audiometer and vision charts. From Wordnik.com. [BusinessWeek.com -- Top News] Reference
I forgave him for his 30-year-old audiometer. From Wordnik.com. [Surrender, Dorothy] Reference
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