Condiciones de salud auditiva en la población de la Escuela Militar de Aviación (EMAVI), Cali – Colombia, para los años 2017 – 2019
López Sierra, Alejandra
Rojas Osorio, Raúl Fernando
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Hearing health conditions in the population of the Military Aviation School (EMAVI), Cali – Colombia, for the years 2017 – 2019. Noise is defined as any unpleasant or unpleasant sensation to the ear or any unwanted sound. This stimulus produces alterations in the auditory pathway, among them noise-induced hearing loss. The regional and national importance of the Military Aviation School in the training of future Colombian Air Force officers, and in terms of security and support to the departments of the Colombian Southwest; it has generated for several years that the entire system of military transport, cargo and humanitarian transport has it as the central axis of much of the operation, functioning as an interchange and connection center for the military operations of southern Colombia. Identifying noise, as an important factor of noise pollution in EMAVI's work activity, the objective of this review study is to analyze the reports of audiometric evaluations carried out on personnel exposed to noise, during the years 2017 - 2019 , to observe their auditory state, the changes presented in the population during this time and its relationship with some socio-demographic variables; providing results that contribute to the institution in strengthening the hearing conservation programs already implemented.