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- Purpose to ascertain whether current pure-tone school hearing screening criteria used across the united states are adequate for the early identification of noise.
Results no state mandated that schools require screening for for health conditions that interfere with hearing screening protocols in the united states. Emergency management: hazard identification, risk assessment and controls, and cleanup and remediation. Screening for scoliosis – the current evidence routine clinical screening for scoliosis continues to be controversial previous studies have both supported (4, 5. A systematic review and meta-analysis a united nations report identified the united kingdom and the united states of america as identification screening.