Monday, February 29, 2016

Tinnitus prevalence in New Zealand.

CONCLUSION: This is the first nationally representative study of tinnitus prevalence in New Zealand and largest study sample internationally for tinnitus prevalence to date. Tinnitus is a public health problem affecting approximately 207,000 people in the New Zealand population aged ≥14 years. This study has highlighted the importance of sex and age in defining a high-risk tinnitus population, but our knowledge falls short of profiling their ethnic and social-economic characteristics. PMID: 26922445 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: New Zealand Medical Journal)

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