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_ _ require medical clearance from a physician before a person can be fitted with a hearing aid
Federal regulations
If a client has anyone of the following conditions, a hearing aid cannot be used
visible congenital or traumatic deformity of the ear, active drainage in the last 90 days, acute or chronic dizziness, unilateral sudden hearing loss within the last 90 days, visible cerumen accumulation or a foreign body in the ear canal, pain or discomfort in the ear, or an audiometric air-bone of 15 decibels or greater.
Conductive hearing loss
Excessive cerumen occluding the ear canal can cause this
hyperesthesia
overly sensitive to tactile stimuli
The temperature setting on the home water heater should be no higher than
48.8 degrees C (120 degree F)
Some safety tips for clients who continue to drive with visual alterations
drive in familiar areas, do not drive during rush hour, avoid interstate highways for local drives, drive defensively-use rear-view mirrors when changing lanes, avoid driving at dusk or night, go slow but not too slow, keep the car in good working condition, and carry a portable or preprogrammed cellular phone.