Advances in Audiology and Hearing Science (2-volume set)
Volume 1: Clinical Protocols and Hearing Devices Volume 2: Otoprotection, Regeneration, and Telemedicine
With chapters from audiology professionals from around the world, Advances in Audiology and Hearing Science-presented in two volumes—provides an abundance of valuable information on the latest technological and procedural advances in this ever-improving field.
Volume 1 primarily focuses on revised clinical protocols and provides information on new research to help guide decisions and criteria regarding diagnosis, management, and treatment of hearing-related issues. Topics include new clinical applications such as auditory steady-state response, wideband acoustic immittance, otoacoustic emissions, frequency following response, noise exposure, genomics and hearing loss, and more.
Volume 2 includes sections with material related to hearing devices, hearing in special populations, such as the children and the elderly, as well chapters on the fast-growing subfields of otoprotection and regeneration, including pharmacologic otoprotection, stem cells, and nanotechnology. Topics include early auditory development in children after cochlear implantation, music therapy, the effect of music on hearing health, and auditory enhancement.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Clinical Protocols Revised, 1. Current and Emerging Clinical Applications of the Auditory Steady-State Response (ASSR), 2. Application of Wideband Acoustic Immittance (WAI) in Assessment of the Middle Ear in Newborns, Children, and Adults, 3. Auditory Efferent System, 4. Blinking and Looking: An Eye-Tracking Approach to Studying Cognitive Processing Differences in Individuals with Speech, Language, and Communication Disorders, 5. Canine Audiology, 6. Central Auditory Processing: From Diagnosis to Rehabilitation, 7. Recent Advances in Otoacoustic Emissions, 8. Non-Conventional Clinical Applications of Otoacoustic Emissions: From Middle Ear Transfer to Cochlear Homeostasis to Access to Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure, 9. Clinical Applications of Frequency Following Response in Children and Adults, 10. Functional Neuroimaging of the Central Auditory System, 11. Genomics and Hearing Loss: Towards a New Standard of Care?, 12. Global Initiatives for Hearing Health in the 21st Century, 13. Solutions for Partial Deafness, 14. Effect of Noise Exposure on Human Auditory Function: Hidden Versus Not-So-Hidden Hearing Loss, Part 2: Protocol and Last Moment Updates, 15. Calibration Issues in OAE Measurements, 16. Decomposition Methods of OAE Signals: Investigation of TEOAE Components with WVD and Time-Varying Filtering, 17. Decomposition Methods of OAE Signals: Time–Frequency Analysis by the Matching Pursuit Algorithm, 18. Hearing Screening: Teleaudiology and Its Application with Children in Africa and Europe
Part 1: Hearing Devices, 1. Assessment of Early Auditory Development in Children after Cochlear Implantation, 2. Hearing Aids for the Pediatric Population, 3. Music Therapy as Specific and Complementary Training in the Early Rehabilitation of Adult CI Users: Insights from the “Heidelberg Model”, 4. Hearing and Musicians’ Recent Findings on Hearing Health and Auditory Enhancement, 5. The Active Middle Ear Implant Vibrant Soundbridge: Outcomes on Safety, Efficacy, Effectiveness, and Subjective Benefit 1996–2017, Part 2: Hearing in The Elderly, 6. Cochlear Implants with Elderly Individuals and Quality of Life, 7. Screening Tools for Otological Function in Older Adults, Part 3: Otoprotection And Regeneration, 8. Towards Clinical Pharmacologic Otoprotection, 9. Clinical Test Paradigms and Problems: Human Otoprotection Studies, 10. Stem Cells and Nanotechnology, 11. Tinnitus, Part 4: Telemedicine, 12. Teleaudiology, 13. Mhealth Solutions in Hearing Care for Sub-Saharan Africa, 14. Teleaudiology Practices in Asia, 15. Terms, Regulations, and Concepts in Telehealth and Audiology
Stavros Hatzopoulos, PhD, is a faculty member of the Audiology & ENT Clinic, University of Ferrara, Italy.
Andrea Ciorba, MD, PhD, has been a member of the Audiology & ENT Clinic, University of Ferrara, Italy, since 2004.
Mark Krumm, PhD, is an associate professor in the School of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio (USA).