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Hearing ability of persons by sociodemographic and health characteristics, United States

Peter W. Ries

Hearing ability of persons by sociodemographic and health characteristics, United States

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Services, Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics in Hyattsville, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Hearing levels -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Hearing disorders -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Health surveys -- United States.,
    • Iron.,
    • Anemia, Hypochromic -- Occurrence -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statement[by Peter W. Ries].
      SeriesDHHS publication ;, no. (PHS) 82-1568, Vital & health statistics. Series 10, Data from the national health survey ;, no. 140, Vital and health statistics., no. 140.
      ContributionsNational Center for Health Statistics (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA407.3 .A346 no. 140, RF290 .A346 no. 140
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 60 p. :
      Number of Pages60
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3139890M
      ISBN 100840602480
      LC Control Number82600064
      OCLC/WorldCa8388844


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Hearing ability of persons by sociodemographic and health characteristics, United States by Peter W. Ries Download PDF EPUB FB2

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HearingAbility of Persons by Sociodemographic and Health Characteristics by Peter W, Ries, Division of Health Interview Statistics Introduction Hearing trouble is the most prevalent of all impairments.

Once every several years, the National Health Interview Survey includes a special supple-ment to obtain data on the hearing ability of the.

Author(s): Ries,Peter W; National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.) Title(s): Hearing ability of persons by sociodemographic and health characteristics, United States. We hypothesized that age at onset of deafness differentially affects language barriers and social isolation, which, in turn, influence health services utilization.

The Andersen Behavioral Model of Health Services Use explains the interaction of these factors (Andersen ). Using this model, language barriers are an impeding factor to health care services use, and social isolation is a predisposing factor for health care services Cited by:   Hearing Ability of Persons by Sociodemographic and Health Characteristics: United States pdf icon [PDF – MB] Related Documents.

Sample Design Information and Variance Estimation Guidance; Field Representative’s (Interviewer’s) Manual, NHIS pdf icon [PDF – MB] Medical Coding Manual and Short Index, NHIS pdf icon [PDF – MB].

National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Data Documentation, Codebook, and Frequencies Audiometry (AUQ_G) Hearing Ability of Persons by Sociodemographic and Health Characteristics: United States (PHS)   Introduction. Worldwide, more than million people experience problems with hearing (Mathers et al.

).Depending on the definition of hearing impairment and the criteria applied, prevalence rates in adult populations vary from 10 to 20 percent (Davis, ; Karlsmose et al.

; Mathers et al. ; Hannaford et al. ).Although the prevalence of auditory disability is highest in Cited by: 4. a system of advantage based on hearing or speaking ability when there is a communication breakdown between a hearing non-signer and a Deaf signer, and the Deaf person is blamed, this is called audism, because the sighted person's inadequacy in sign lang.

is not in questions. Prevalence of trouble hearing Health status characteristics Health risk behaviors Discussion About the data References Figures Tables. Importance. In37 million adults in the United States had trouble hearing (ranging from a little trouble to being deaf), representing a substantial increase since when million U.S.

adults reported trouble hearing (1,2). Prevalence of types of hearing trouble. During –91, hearing trouble was reported for million persons 3 years of age and over in the civilian noninstitutionalized population of the United States.

This is an increase of percent over the million persons reported to have a hearing loss. tions that may assist their hearing loss may be limited. Key Words: Deafness, demography, hearing-impaired persons, population characteristics, prevalence Abbreviations: NHANES = National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, NHIS = National Health Interview Survey H earing impairment is a common chronic condition in the United States.

Socio-Demographic, Health, and Tinnitus Related Variables Affecting Tinnitus Severity Article in Ear and Hearing 35(5) July with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The epidemiology of childhood hearing loss is a vast topic with an aged, fragmentary, and incongruent knowledge base.

The most recent review on the topic of the epidemiology of childhood hearing impairment, conducted almost 20 years ago, used mostly international study data. 1 In order to make responsible national policy recommendations, determine resource allocation, and ultimately decrease Cited by: We gathered information about sociodemographic characteristics, use of health services characteristics, satisfaction from health providers and complaints during the use of health s.

Socioeconomic Disparities for Hearing-Impaired Children in the United States Article in The Laryngoscope (4) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Hearing ability of persons by socio-demographic and health characteristics. United States. Ser NumberDHS Publication No. (PHS) 82– Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health Cited by: 1. Timely information and lively insights on hearing loss: hearing aids, lifestyle, economics, audiology practice, children, music, noise, news.

The epidemiologic parameters of hearing impairment in the United States have not been systematically studied and importan The epidemiology of hearing impairment in the United States: Newborns, children, and adolescents - Saral Mehra, Roland D.

Eavey, Donald G. Keamy, Cited by: Get this from a library. Prevalence and characteristics of persons with hearing trouble, United States, [National Center for Health Statistics (U.S.);]. Hearing levels of children by demographic and socioeconomic characteristics, United States.

Rockville, Md.: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Health Services and Mental Health Administration, National Center for Health Statistics, (OCoLC) Material Type. INTRODUCTION. Hearing impairment is one of the most highly prevalent, chronic conditions after hypertension and arthritis.

1 The prevalence of hearing impairment is increasing due to an ever-aging society and the growing use of personal listening devices. 2 The number of individuals with impaired hearing more than doubled from million to million from to 3 The World Health.

It is known to be highly prevalent, and the costs of increased needs and diminished autonomy associated with hearing loss are shared by society. 17 The prevalence of hearing loss in the United States is predicted to rise significantly because of an aging population and the growing use of personal listening devices.

Indeed, there is Cited by: The analysis examined the relationship across a variety of sociodemographic characteristics. The greater prevalence of hearing impairment among persons with diabetes occurred across groups of age and educational attainment (see Figure 2a) and in both men and women, as well as in people who identified as non-Hispanic White or non-Hispanic Black.

Unique data from a healthy longevity baseline survey provide demographic, socio-economic, and health characteristics of the oldest old, aged 80–, in China. A CHILD'S ABILITY to hear influences the development of communication and behavioral skills that affect educational experience and relationships with other people.

1,2 Public health screening and intervention play an important role in improving the health (including hearing status) and well-being of children. Children are most often administered audiometric evaluations at speech frequencies as Cited by: Socio-Demographic and Health Status of Elderly Indian Journal of Gerontology had a total population of 34, with total household 7, (CBS, ).

For the purpose of this study, data of Author: Hom Nath Chalise. Sociodemographic Variables. Researchers have posited that sociodemographic characteristics may impact adherence by influencing an individual's ability to acquire knowledge, communicate effectively with their health care providers, and to obtain effective social support around their diagnosis (e.g., Apter et al., ).

Age has been examined as. Socioeconomic disparities for hearing-impaired children in the United States. Children were grouped according to three levels of hearing ability based on parental response to perceived hearing status.

χ(2) and analysis of variance (ANOVA) models tested the association of individual sociodemographic variables with hearing status. Cited by: Get this from a library. Characteristics of hearing impaired students by hearing status, United States: [Gallaudet College. Annual Survey of Hearing Impaired Children and Youth.].

In the United States, when someone says Deaf children struggle with reading and writing, you know that this person operates in the: Deficit model; and that bilingual Deaf children are often deprived of language access from ages years and cannot be compared with monolingual hearing children who have full access to language from birth.

simple way to summarize the degree of hearing loss for the varied threshold levels; a mean calculation for the thresholds, and Hz, which are known as the "speech frequencies." PTA calculation provides a way to specify the degree of hearing loss with a single index and can also be used to verify other test results.

Speech-language pathology has its roots in elocution (speech perfection) stemming from the 18th century in England. In the United States, an emphasis on elocution continued but quickly shifted to a focus on communication disorders with the publication of a book by Samuel Potter, MD, which describes several types of speech and language disorders.

Mobility Device Use in the United States 5 The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) is a nationally representative household survey conducted annually by the Census Bureau for the National Center for Health Statistics, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Respondents to the and NHIS also tookFile Size: KB. Explaining the Role of Sex on Disability: A Population-Based Study Descriptive Statistics on Selected Sociodemographic and Health Characteristics in Adults Aged 51–61 and 70 and Over, by Sex, United States, and United States, and Cited by:   Synopsis: Children were grouped according to three levels of hearing ability, and various forms of analysis were used to test the association of sociodemographic variables with hearing status.

Of 76, children in the sample, percent had some hearing loss and percent had marked hearing. Background and Purpose: The ability to get down to and up from the floor or to perform a floor transfer (FT) is a vital and useful skill for older adults at risk of falling.

Little is known about the health-related factors that separate older adults who can perform FT independently from those who cannot. Therefore, the specific aims of this cross-sectional study are to (1) describe and compare. Background Balance dysfunction can be debilitating and can lead to catastrophic outcomes such as falls.

The inner ear vestibular system is an important contributor to balance control. However, to our knowledge, the prevalence of vestibular dysfunction in the United States and the magnitude of the increased risk of falling associated with vestibular dysfunction have never been Cited by: them.

2 Data on the use of hearing health care are difficult to obtain given the current structure of the hearing health care model. Successful delivery of hearing health care enables individuals with hearing loss to have the freedom to communicate in their environments in ways that are culturally appropriate for them and that preserve their dignity and function.

7 Conclusions and Recommendations. Health care is moving into the home increasingly often and involving a mixture of people, a variety of tasks, and a broad diversity of devices and technologies; it is also occurring in a range of residential environments.

Each year in the United States, more t babies are born with a hearing loss; often, the cause is unknown (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ).

Profound deafness occurs in children; in at least 50% of these cases, the cause is genetic (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, n.d.).Shirin D.

Antia is a professor in the University of Arizona's College of Education and has been involved in education of deaf and hard-of-hearing children since She has taught DHH children in the United States and in India and has been involved in teacher preparation and research.

She is the recipient of several research grants to develop peer-interaction interventions and to examine the 5/5(3).The elderly were more likely than any other age group to have hearing problems (Figure 1).

Persons 65 years and older are eight times more likely to have hearing impairment than persons ages (i.e., percent of the population ages have hearing impairment, compared to percent of the population 65 and older).