Approximately 55 million people (globally) have acquired dementia (WHO, 2021) and that number is expected to triple in the next 28 years (by 2050).1 Despite disappointment regarding the pharmacologic treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (there are as-of yet no drugs which cure or reverse Alzheimer’s Disease, see Woloshin & Kesselheim, 2022, also see WHO 2021),1,2 when cognitive disorders are screened, diagnosed, and managed early, the opportunity to positively alter the trajectory of cognitive decline increases. In this article, we’ll examine some lesser-known factors and recent peer-reviewed findings which may impact our understanding of the relationship between cognition and audition.
Incorporating Cognivue Thrive can expand the diagnostic assessment of the patient’s overall health picture, allowing more comprehensive vision care.Dr. Michael Pier, OD.
Validity, Reliability, and Psychometric Properties of a Computerized, Cognitive Assessment Test (Cognivue)
Comparison of the Cognivue Quantitative Assessment Tool and SLUMS to Classify the Risk of Cognitive Impairment
Validation, Reliability, and Psychometric Properties of Cognivue, A Quantitative Assessment of Cognitive Impairment
BEYOND THE AUDIOGRAM: Whole-Brain Hearing and Listening Difficulty hearing in noise often drives older adults to seek help, but most hearing screening tests for loudness, not clarity. Both measures are needed for…
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