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audiometry in industry. A study of initial and repeat audiograms of 118 drop forge employees using fixed frequency self-recording audiometry showed that the mean of the differences at the test frequencies 0 5, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6 kHz ranges from -0 47 dB to + 0-61 dB. The largest standard deviation was 6 dB at 6 kHz and the lowest 3 dB at 2 kHz. The results also confirmed that temporary threshold shift effects may be minimized if audiograms are obtained at the beginning of a shift or within twodoi:10.1136/oem.31.4.304 fatcat:z5fxpfdfizgvfekdqyliv2njfi