What is DD 2216?

What is DD 2216?

DD Form 2216). From these forms, information was recorded about the date, duty occupation code, presence/absence of numerical data from an audiogram.

How do you read military audiogram results?

Understanding Audiogram Results

  1. O = right air conduction threshold (can be coloured red)
  2. X = left air conduction threshold (can be coloured blue)
  3. < = right unmasked bone conduction threshold (can be coloured red)
  4. > = left unmasked bone conduction threshold (can be coloured blue)

What does tinnitus H 1 mean?

H1 Profile: The H1 profile is often assumed to indicate that a Service member has “normal” hearing, but it really means that the individual has no more than a “mild” hearing loss.

What are the four components of the Army hearing Program?

The AHP provides leadership policies, strategies, and processes to prevent NIHL among military and DA Civilian personnel. The AHP consists of four major components: hearing readiness, clinical hearing services, operational hearing services, and hearing conservation.

How do I make an audiogram?

Create your first audiogram in just minutes

  1. Upload your audio. Select an attention grabbing clip.
  2. Choose a design. Fully editable to make it your own.
  3. Export & Share. Download your mp4 video. and upload to social media.

What does an audiogram look like?

An audiogram is a graph or chart that displays the results of your hearing test. Initially, it might look like a bunch of indecipherable lines and symbols.

How do I read an audiogram chart?

The vertical axis (y-axis) of the audiogram represents the intensity (loudness) of sound in decibels (dB), with the lowest levels at the top of the graph. Although the top left of the chart is labeled -10 dB or 0 dB, that does not mean the absence of sound.

How do I prove I have tinnitus?

Tests include:

  1. Hearing (audiological) exam. As part of the test, you’ll sit in a soundproof room wearing earphones through which will be played specific sounds into one ear at a time.
  2. Movement. Your doctor may ask you to move your eyes, clench your jaw, or move your neck, arms and legs.
  3. Imaging tests.

What is the maximum VA rating for tinnitus?

The only rating available for tinnitus is 10%. A 10% rating will be assigned whether you have ringing in one ear or in both ears, you cannot receive a 20% rating due to tinnitus in both ears. If you also have hearing loss, however, you are entitled to one rating for hearing loss and another for tinnitus.