Bone-anchored hearing aids for people with bilateral hearing impairment: a systematic review.

  • Colquitt J
  • Loveman E
  • Baguley D
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Abstract

Bone-anchored hearing aids (BAHAs) are indicated for people with conductive or mixed hearing loss who can benefit from amplification of sound. In resource limited health care systems, it is important that evidence regarding the benefit of BAHAs is critically appraised to aid decision-making.

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Authors

  • J Colquitt

  • E Loveman

  • D Baguley

  • T Mitchell

  • P Sheehan

  • P Harris

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