Alzahra University faculty article on "Voice Quality Evaluation in Patients With COVID-19: An Acoustic Analysis”

Alzahra University faculty article on "Voice Quality Evaluation in Patients With COVID-19: An Acoustic Analysis”


 

The summary of this article:

With the COVID-19 outbreak around the globe and its potential effect on infected patients' voice, this study set out to evaluate and compare the acoustic parameters of voice between healthy and infected people in an objective manner.

The results revealed significant differences in CPP, HNR, H1H2, F0SD, jitter, shimmer, and MPT values between COVID-19 patients and the healthy participants. There were also significant differences between the male and female participants in all the acoustic parameters, except jitter, shimmer and MPT. No interaction was observed between gender and health status in any of the acoustic parameters.

 

Authors of the article:

Maral Asiaee, Amir Vahidian-azimi, Seyed Shahab Atashi, Abdalsamad Keramatfar, Mandana Nourbakhsh
 
 
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