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Newborn Hearing Screening

Alexander, D., & Van Dyck, P. C. (2006). A vision of the future of newborn screening. Pediatrics, 117(Suppl. 3), S350-S354.

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D'Agostino, J. A., & Austin, L. (2004). Auditory neuropathy: A potentially under-recognized neonatal intensive care unit sequela. Advanced Neonatal Care, 4, 344-353.

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Harlor, Jr., A. D. B., & Bower, C. (2009). Hearing assessment in infants and children: Recommendations beyond neonatal screening. Pediatrics, 124, 1252-1263.

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Johnson, J., White, K., Widen, J., Gravel, J., James, M., Kennalley, T., . . . Holstrum, J. (2005). A multicenter evaluation of how many infants with permanent hearing loss pass a two-stage otoacoustic emissions/automated auditory brainstem response newborn hearing screening protocol. Pediatrics, 116, 663-672.

Joint Committee on Infant Hearing. (2007). Year 2007 position statement: Principles and guidelines for early hearing detection and intervention programs. Pediatrics, 120, 898-921.

Kirkim, G., Serbetcioglu, B., Erdag, T. K., & Ceryan, K. (2008). The frequency of auditory neuropathy detected by universal newborn hearing screening program. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 72, 1461-1469.

Mehl, A., & Esquivel, M. (2016). Medical home & EHDI: The importance of appropriate & timely screening, diagnosis, management, & follow up. In L. R. Schmeltz (Ed.), The NCHAM eBook: A resource guide for early hearing detection and intervention. Retrieved from [PDF]

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