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Mr. Manoj Kumar

BASLP, MBA(Hospital Management)

Audiologist, Ghaziabad

20 Years Experience
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Mr. Manoj Kumar BASLP, MBA(Hospital Management) Audiologist, Ghaziabad
20 Years Experience
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Mr. Manoj Kumar is a renowned Audiologist in Vasundhara, Ghaziabad. He has over 20 years of experience as a Audiologist. He is a BASLP, MBA(Hospital Management) . You can consult Mr. Manoj Kumar at Isha Rehabilitation Clinic in Vasundhara, Ghaziabad. Book an appointment online with Mr. Manoj Kumar and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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BASLP - Amity University - 1999
MBA(Hospital Management) - Amity University - 2010
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English
Hindi

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He is addicted to drugs and not listening to anyone we have to tie him to not to go anywhere. Please guide us.

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He is addicted to drugs and not listening to anyone we have to tie him to not to go anywhere. Please guide us.
This is a serious problem and needs to be dealt with on immediate basis. But the technique should be such that he should not come to know about the fact that he is being treated. Otherwise it may lead to worsening. Please elaborate the addiction that he has and any other symptoms and diseases. Do not worry. This is manageable but immediate intervention is required.

My grandmother is have hearing problem she uses hearing aid but it doesn't work suggest any solution.

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My grandmother is have hearing problem she uses hearing aid but it doesn't work suggest any solution.
Dear Lybrate user, It depends what is the amount of loss and since how long she is having the problem and most importantly the quality of hearing aid. Get a proper audiometry test done and go for digital programmable hearing aids (in both the ears. She vl get good results. If not consult with me privately.

ALARMING SIGNS OF HEARING LOSS PREDICTION

Master of Hospital Administration, Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (B.A.S.L.P), MASTER IN AUDIOLOGY AND SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
Speech Therapist, Bangalore
Signs of hearing loss
The signs of hearing loss can be subtle and emerge slowly, or early signs of hearing loss can be significant and come about suddenly. Either way, there are common indications and hearing impaired signs. You should suspect hearing loss if you experience any of the signs below.

You might have hearing loss if you.

Socially:

Require frequent repetition.
Have difficulty following conversations involving more than 2 people.
Think that other people sound muffled or like they're mumbling.
Have difficulty hearing in noisy situations, like conferences, restaurants, malls, or crowded meeting rooms.
Have trouble hearing children and women.
Have your tv or radio turned up to a high volume.
Answer or respond inappropriately in conversations.
Have ringing in your ears.
Read lips or more intently watch people's faces when they speak with you.
Emotionally:

Feel stressed out from straining to hear what others are saying.
Feel annoyed at other people because you can't hear or understand them.
Feel embarrassed to meet new people or from misunderstanding what others are saying.
Feel nervous about trying to hear and understand.
Withdraw from social situations that you once enjoyed because of difficulty hearing.


Medically:
Have a family history of hearing loss.
Take medications that can harm the hearing system (ototoxic drugs).
Have diabetes, heart, circulation or thyroid problems.
Have been exposed to very loud sounds over a long period or single exposure to explosive noise.
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I am suffering from minerie disease forest 7 years. Now the vertigo subside but there is continuous ringing sound and also hearing dicorate. Now 40 to 60 decibel hearing loss means moderate hearing loss. I just want to know how to improve hearing and also how to stop ringing in the ear.

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I am suffering from minerie disease forest 7 years. Now the vertigo subside but there is continuous ringing sound and...
If you have meniere's disease the hearing loss cannot be cured easily and you can control the hearing suing a hearing of aid Meniere's disease is a disorder of the inner ear that causes episodes of vertigo, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), a feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear, and fluctuating hearing loss.The middle stage of Ménière's disease consists of continuing attacks of vertigo, with the attacks becoming less severe. Tinnitus and hearing loss often become worse. During the middle stage, you may experience some periods of remission (where your symptoms go away), which can last for up to several months.
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I am 40 yrs old male suffering from loss of hearing (hearing loss due to crackers noise from oct' 2014) question is which type of medication or medicines I should use?

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Go for hearing aids as soon as possible as no medicine would help. You can contact me for further details.

BAHA Implant and Cochlear Implant Surgery

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BAHA Implant and Cochlear Implant Surgery

BAHA Implant
Bone Anchored Hearing Aid (BAHA) is a device surgically implanted to help people suffering from a loss of hearing. Most conventional hearing aids transmit sound through air conduction. The BAHA device is suitable for conductive or mild-moderate mixed hearing loss.

Problems with hearing in the middle or outer ears can be helped with the BAHA device. The sound waves received by the BAHA device bypass the middle ear and get delivered straight to the functioning cochlea in both ears.

A BAHA device comprises of two parts:

  1. The processor 
  2. A fixture which is surgically implanted behind the ear in the bone.

The implant is embedded in the bone. The processor, which remains outside, is attached to the implant. There is a microphone on the processor that picks up sounds. The sounds are passed on to the implant. The implant vibrates which triggers the Cochlear. You can consider wearing a BAHA implant if other conventional hearing aids do not work for you. BAHA implants are also given to people with collapsed or irritated ear canals.

Cochlear Implant Surgery

A complex, small electronic device that helps hearing in people with severe hearing loss or deafness is used in the Cochlear Implant Surgery. The cochlear implant comprises of an external piece behind the ear and another piece that is surgically implanted under the skin. A cochlear implant comprises of four parts:

  1. A microphone which picks up sounds from the surroundings
  2. A speech processor which chooses and arranges the sounds the microphone picks up
  3. A receiver/stimulator and transmitter that picks up signals from the speech processor and changes them into electric impulses
  4. An electrode ray, a bunch of electrodes, receives impulses the stimulator sends and transmits them to different areas of the auditory nerves.

The implant does not cure deafness; it only gives you a useful portrayal of sounds in the environment and considerable aid in understanding speech.

The surgery is done in the following way:

  1. The area around the site of the implant is shaved or cleaned
  2. The patient's vital signs are monitored through cables, patches and monitors attached to him or her
  3. General anaesthesia is administered through IV or through a face mask
  4. After the device is implanted, the patient is taken to the recovery room for the anaesthesia effect to lessen. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can ask a free question.
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I get headaches if I sit in ac room/car. I also feel my ears get blocked and I suffer from hearing loss. This lasts for 1-2 days. Usually yawning suddenly opens up my ears and going to sleep makes me feel blocked again. What can I do to prevent my hearing if I cannot avoid ac. Is there any medicine/treatment?

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