Adult Normative Data for the KayPENTAX Phonatory Aerodynamic System Model 6600

Because age- and gender-related changes were found for some measures, one must account for these two variables when assessing phonatory aerodynamics using the PAS Model 6600. The clinical implications of the findings for the assessment and treatment of individuals with voice disorders using the PAS Model 6600 are discussed.

from the Journal of Voice

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