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Déficience auditive induite par le bruit : comment peut-elle être prévenue et traitée ?

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Published in Planet-Vie - 28 Jun 2022

Sedigheh Delmaghani, Aziz El-Amraoui

Link to HAL – pasteur-03926925

Planet-Vie, 2022

Selon l’Organisation mondiale de la santé, 466 millions d’individus dont 34 millions d’enfants présentent une déficience auditive handicapante, et un milliard de personnes seront touchées en 2050. Ces atteintes ont des causes multiples, peuvent survenir à tout âge et avoir des degrés de sévérité et de progression variables. Notre environnement devenant de plus en plus bruyant, les sources de nuisances sonores allant croissantes, l’exposition au bruit occupe malheureusement une place de plus en plus importante comme cause de perte d’audition. Bien qu’évitables, ces atteintes ont un impact économique et sociétal très important. En effet, l’exposition prolongée au bruit ou à des sons de forte intensité peut entraîner des dommages irréversibles aux cellules sensorielles et aux neurones auditifs, ce qui détériore la perception auditive et perturbe l’intelligibilité de la parole.