For this to occur, it is essential that universal newborn hearing screening be rolled out for the early diagnosis and management of congenital hearing loss and that hearing screening programmes be instituted in school.
What does UNHS stand for?
UNHS stands for Universal Newborn Hearing Screening
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We have 2 other meanings of UNHS in our Acronym Attic
- Uplift North Hills Preparatory (Irving, TX)
- Utah Natural Heritage Program (US FWS)
- United Nations Headquarters (New York City, NY, USA)
- United Nations Human Rights Commission
- United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot
- United Nations Housing Rights Programme
- Uganda National Household Survey (Uganda Bureau of Statistics)
- Ultimate New Home Sales and Marketing, Inc. (Anaheim, CA)
- United Neighborhood Health Services (Nashville, TN)
- Universal Neonatal Hearing Screening
- University of Nebraska High School (Lincoln, NE)
- Utah Navajo Health System (Montezuma Creek, UT)
- Universal Newborn Hearing Screening and Intervention
- Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program (various locations)
- Ultra Nano Hardness Tester
- Ultra High Net Worth (finance)
- Ente Nationale Italiano di Unificazione (Italian standards body)
- Unidirectional (ANSI)
Samples in periodicals archive:
1,3,8) From an economic perspective the burden on families, communities and countries has led many countries, including Australia, Canada, the UK and the USA, to adopt universal newborn hearing screening programmes as standard practice in neonatal care.
The state mandated universal newborn hearing screening in 2003.
Recognizing the importance of early detection, The Valley Hospital implemented universal newborn hearing screenings long before it was state mandated," says Valley Audiologist Elizabeth Lanza, M.
Universal newborn hearing screening is now the accepted international standard.
At the federal level, President Bush released his 2009 budget proposal in February, part of which would eliminate federal funding for universal newborn hearing screening programs.