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Year: 2012  Vol. 16   Num. Suppl. 1  - May
DOI: 10.7162/S1809-977720120S1PC-017
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XXXIX CONVENTUS SOCIETAS ORL LATINA - Poster
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POTENTIAL EVOKED AUDITORY IN SUCKLES WITH HEMORRHAGE PERI-INTRAVENTRICULAR
POTENCIAL EVOCADO AUDITIVO EM LACTENTES COM HEMORRAGIA PERI-INTRAVENTRICULAR
Author(s):
Daniela Polo Camargo da Silva, Jair Cortez Montovani
Abstract:

OBJECTIVE: To tell the electrophysiological findings in suckles with hemorrhage to peri-intraventricular. METHODOLOGY: Suckles with hemorrhage to peri-intraventricular had carried through examination of transient otoacoustic emissions evoked (EOET) and evoked potential auditory of brainstem (PEATE). RESULTS: 36 suckles, being 15 of masculine sex and 21 of the feminine one had been evaluated. The average age of the casuistry was of 2.55 months and average weight of 1400g. The majority was born premature (92%) and the ones that had been born the term (8%) had had neonatal hypoxia. In the evaluation by means of the EOET, we find presence of reply in 100% of the evaluated ears. In the PEATE we find average values of absolute latencies in the right ear of 1,42 ms for wave I; 4,04 ms for 6,27 wave III and ms for wave V, in the left ear of 1,42 ms for wave I; 4,04 ms for 6,28 wave III and ms for wave V. For the interpeak latencies to the right we find average values of 2,62 for I - III, 2,23 for III - V and 4,85 for I - V, in the left ear we find average values of 2,62 for I - III, 2,23 for III - V and 4,85 for I - V. CONCLUSION: Although the hemorrhage to peri-intraventricular to be a frequent event in the premature neonate and to bring neurological consequences, the electrophysiological findings had been inside of the standards of normality for the studied the age group, however we stand out the importance of the accompaniment of the development of possible the hearing to verify ill health with the increase of the age.

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