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Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 2011;22(2): 137-142.
한국어판 소아음성장애지수(pVHI-K : Pediatric Voice Handicap Index-Korean) : 표준화를 위한 예비연구
박성신1, 최성희2, 홍영혜1, 정년기1, 성명훈3, 김광현3, 권택균3
1서울대학교병원 언어청각장애진료실
2대구가톨릭대학교 언어청각치료학과
3서울대학교 의과대학 서울대학교병원 이비인후과교실
Pediatric Voice Handicap Index-Korean(pVHI-K) : A Pilot Study for Standardization
Sung-Shin Park1, Seong-Hee Choi2, Young-Hye Hong1, Nyun-Gi Jeong1, Myung-Whun Sung3, Kwang-Hyun Kim3, Tack-Kyun Kwon3
1Department of Speech & Hearing Clinic, Seoul National University Hospital
2Department of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, Catholic University
3Department of Otolaryngology, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul National University Hospital
ABSTRACT
Background and Objectives
: The aim of this study is to introduce Korea version of pediatric VHI and to compare pVHI-K scores between children with dysphonia and children without voice problems before pVHI-K is developed as a preliminary study. Additionally, the relationship between pVHI and acoustic measures were investigated.
Materials and Method
s : pVHI-K scores in normal group were obtained from 15 parents who have children with no present or past history of a voice disorder, hearing loss, or related disability that can affect the their voice or speech. Dysphonia group consisted of 15 parents who have children with bilateral vocal fold nodule's at Department of Otolaryngology, the Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH). pVHI-K and acoustic parameters were measured in two group.
Results
: The mean pVHI scores (total, functional, physical, emotional) in normal group were 2.33 (T), 0.80 (F) 1.33 (P) and 0.27 (E), respectively whereas those of pVHI in children group with dysphonia were 23.13 (T), 11.07 (F), 5.73 (P) and 6.13 (E), respectively and significant differences were revealed in total pVHI score as well as in all of the sub-pVHI scores. Moreover, significant correlation between pVHI-K parameters (T, F, P) and acoustic measures [Shimmer(%)] were shown in children in dysphonia group.
Conclusion
: Reported by parents can be useful as a supplementary clinical tool for diagnosing and measuring treatment effectiveness in young children with dysphonia.
KEY WORDS: Pediatric Voice Handicap Index-Korean (pVHI-K);Dysphonia;Subjective & objective voice evaluation;
중심 단어: 한국어판 소아음성장애지수;음성장애;주관적 및 객관적 음성평가;
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