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Early Identification of Hearing Loss in New-Borns - A Challenging Process

Early Identification of Hearing Loss in New-Borns - A Challenging Process

Saravana Jayabalan

Journal Title:Acta Scientific Otolaryngology
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Acta Scientific Otolaryngology Volume 3 Issue 6 June 2021Early Identification of Hearing Loss in New-Borns - A Challenging ProcessSaravana Jayabalan*ENT Specialty Clinic, Al Kuwait Hospital, Dubai City, United Arab Emirates*Corresponding Author: Saravana Jayabalan, ENT Specialty Clinic, Al Kuwait Hospital, Dubai City, United Arab Emirates.NewsletterReceived: May 18, 2021Published: May 28, 2021© All rights are reserved by Saravana Jayabalan.Neonatal hearing screening also known as early hearing de-tection and intervention programs in several countries refer to those services aimed at the early identification, intervention and follow up of infants who are all vulnerable with hard of hearing. It’s important to know what to expect as our babies grow, because hearing problems can delay the development of speech and lan-guage skills. In 1970, the American speech and hearing association, American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology, Ameri-can Academy of Paediatrics to form a national Joint committee on infant hearing (JCIH)