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Pediatric audiology : diagnosis, technology, and management / [edited by] Jane R. Madell, Carol Flexer.

Contributor(s): Madell, Jane Reger | Flexer, Carol Ann
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Thieme, c2008Description: xxii, 329 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. + 1 DVD (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 9781604060010 (alk. paper); 1604060018 (alk. paper); 9781604060027 (alk. paper); 1604060026 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Hearing disorders in children | Hearing disorders in children -- Diagnosis | Audiology | Hearing Disorders | Child | Hearing Loss | InfantDDC classification: 618.9209789 MAD F LOC classification: RF291.5.C45 | P434 2008Online content: Table of contents only | CD-ROM
Contents:
Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management FOREWORD PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND DEDICATION INTRODUCTION 0. The Role of Audition -- Why Hearing is Important PART I: HEARING LOSS: ESSENTIAL INFORMATION 1. Hearing Disorders in Children 2. Genetics of Hearing Loss 3. Medical Evaluation and Management of Hearing Loss in Children 4. Newborn Hearing Screening PART TWO: DIAGNOSING HEARING DISORDERS IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN 5. Pediatric Test Protocols: Art and Science 6. Behavioral Observation Audiometry (BOA) -- Evaluation of Hearing in Infants Birth to 6 Months 7. Evaluating the Infant 5 to 30 Months -- Visual Reinforcement Audiometry 8. Conditioned Play Audiometry (CPA) -- Testing Children Two and a Half to Three Years and Older 9. Evaluation of Hearing in the Special Needs Child 10. Evaluation of Speech Perception in Infants and Children 11. Screening, Evaluation and Management of Hearing in the School-Aged Child 12. The Role of the Test Assistant in Assessing Children 13. Middle-Ear Measurement 14. Pediatric Otoacoustic Emissions 15. Auditory Evoked Response Testing in Pediatrics 16. Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders in the Pediatric Population PART III: HEARING ACCESS TECHNOLOGY FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN 17. The Acoustic Speech Signal 18. Hearing aids for Infants and Children 19. Cochlear Implants for Infants and Children 20. FM systems: Personal and Classroom FM and IR and Classroom Acoustics PART IV: EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF HEARING LOSS 21. Communication Approaches for Managing Hearing Loss in Infants and Children 22. Collaborative Team Management of Children with Hearing Loss23. Education and Access Laws 24. The Importance of Early Intervention 25. Speech/Language/Auditory Management of Infants and Children with Hearing Loss 26. Educational Placement Options for the School-Age Child 27. Working with Multicultural and Multilingual Families of Young Children 28. Parent Counseling and Collaboration 29. Child/Teen Education and Counseling 30. Facilitating Clinic-School Coordination V. DISORDERS REQUIRING SPECIAL CONSIDERATION 31. Management of Children with Mild and Unilateral Hearing Loss 32. Managing Infants and Young Children with Auditory Neuropathy APPENDIX
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Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management FOREWORD PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND DEDICATION INTRODUCTION 0. The Role of Audition -- Why Hearing is Important PART I: HEARING LOSS: ESSENTIAL INFORMATION 1. Hearing Disorders in Children 2. Genetics of Hearing Loss 3. Medical Evaluation and Management of Hearing Loss in Children 4. Newborn Hearing Screening PART TWO: DIAGNOSING HEARING DISORDERS IN INFANTS AND CHILDREN 5. Pediatric Test Protocols: Art and Science 6. Behavioral Observation Audiometry (BOA) -- Evaluation of Hearing in Infants Birth to 6 Months 7. Evaluating the Infant 5 to 30 Months -- Visual Reinforcement Audiometry 8. Conditioned Play Audiometry (CPA) -- Testing Children Two and a Half to Three Years and Older 9. Evaluation of Hearing in the Special Needs Child 10. Evaluation of Speech Perception in Infants and Children 11. Screening, Evaluation and Management of Hearing in the School-Aged Child 12. The Role of the Test Assistant in Assessing Children 13. Middle-Ear Measurement 14. Pediatric Otoacoustic Emissions 15. Auditory Evoked Response Testing in Pediatrics 16. Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders in the Pediatric Population PART III: HEARING ACCESS TECHNOLOGY FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN 17. The Acoustic Speech Signal 18. Hearing aids for Infants and Children 19. Cochlear Implants for Infants and Children 20. FM systems: Personal and Classroom FM and IR and Classroom Acoustics PART IV: EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT OF HEARING LOSS 21. Communication Approaches for Managing Hearing Loss in Infants and Children 22. Collaborative Team Management of Children with Hearing Loss23. Education and Access Laws 24. The Importance of Early Intervention 25. Speech/Language/Auditory Management of Infants and Children with Hearing Loss 26. Educational Placement Options for the School-Age Child 27. Working with Multicultural and Multilingual Families of Young Children 28. Parent Counseling and Collaboration 29. Child/Teen Education and Counseling 30. Facilitating Clinic-School Coordination V. DISORDERS REQUIRING SPECIAL CONSIDERATION 31. Management of Children with Mild and Unilateral Hearing Loss 32. Managing Infants and Young Children with Auditory Neuropathy APPENDIX

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