Interpreting Real Ear Measurment Terms
On my Costco REM results, there is a graph that includes two threshold curves. One is UCL, which I'm confident is Upper Comfort Limit. The other is THR, which I think is Threshold. It's shape is very similar to my audiogram, but the numbers are a bit higher. From research, it looks like this is kind of a conversion of the audiogram using REDD (real ear to dial difference) My understanding is that REM levels that are slightly below THR might suggest an increase in gain. However ones that are way below THR suggest it's pretty much a lost cause. I know that this is necessary for me to use my hearing aids, but I find it interesting. Any comments that suggest my understanding is ballpark or point me in another direction appreciated.
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15 15 20 30 30 55 75 90 NR KS7
10 10 20 15 25 35 65 85 95 WRS 100/92@45/40