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Ear care in Slovak. Dnes sme zistili, že vaše dieťa má v uchu ušný maz, ktorý bude potrebné zmäkčiť. To je možné uskutočniť pomocou olivového oleja alebo ušných kvapiek obsahujúcich sódu bikarbónu, ktoré je možné kúpiť v drogérii. Tieto kvapky niekedy zmäkčia ušný maz...

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What is the tympanic membrane? The ‘tympanic membrane’ is the eardrum. It is a partition between the external ear canal and the middle ear. The middle ear is an air-filled space containing three important ear bones. Sound reaching the ear drum vibrates the ear bones and transfers the...

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Your child has had a normal hearing test today, and it is not necessary at this time to arrange a further appointment. Will my child’s hearing remain normal? Although today’s test is normal, it is possible for a child of any age to develop hearing problems. What should I look out for? Signs...

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Listening tactics can be used for children with mild hearing loss, fluctuating hearing loss and for children who have listening difficulties. Your child may experience difficulties with: Following spoken instructions and conversation. Following fast paced speech. Detecting subtle speech differences...

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The newborn hearing screen is a screening test to identify babies with significant levels of hearing loss. Some babies may pass this test and still have milder levels of hearing loss, or a hearing loss only that affects some frequencies of sound. Your baby is being referred to hearing services at...

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BAHD stands for bone anchored hearing device. When will my child be fitted with the BAHD? The BAHD sound processor is ordered for your child and is usually kept in the hospital until it is considered safe to fit it. If you already have a softband BAHD we will use your existing hearing processor....

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What is unilateral hearing loss? This is when the hearing in one ear is normal but the hearing in the other ear is not. How will this affect my child? The good news is that most children with this sort of hearing loss manage very well. Speech and language usually develop in the normal way.…...

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Your doctor has asked for tests to be done on your child’s balance system. This includes the vestibular organs in the inner ear which controls balance. These tests are sometimes done when a someone has: dizziness vertigo unsteadiness poor balance This resource explains what vertigo is, and...

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Why do I have a problem with my balance? We each have 2 balance organs (the vestibular organs) that live in the inner part of each ear. This sends information to our brain about how our head and body is moving in our surroundings. If 1 or both of these organs are not working properly…...

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What is a clinical psychologist? The clinical psychology team who work at Sheffield Children’s Hospital try to help young people and their families in times of emotional difficulty. Our job is to listen to your concerns and try to understand your situation so that we can work together to find a...

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