Häufigkeiten von Risikofaktoren für kindliche Hörstörungen: Neugeborenen-Hörscreening mittels AABR

In den Jahren 2005 und 2006 untersuchten wir im Rahmen des Neugeborenen-Hörscreenings 162 Risiko- und Hochrisikokinder, welche intensivmedizinisch oder auf der allgemeinen Säuglingsstation der Universitätskinderklinik Marburg/Lahn post partum therapiert wurden, mittels Screening AABR auf das Vor-lie...

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