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Current strategies for treating patients with hearing loss

Praise for previous edition:
"A comprehensive view of clinical audiologic practice and the science on which it is based. The editors have collected contributions from authors who are best equipped to cover the material and have organized the material in a user-friendly fashion. ... Provides an excellent basis for the student first encountering the topic of audiologic intervention and amplification.'' -Head and Neck

From the principles of hearing aid instrumentation, selection, and fitting, to the medical and surgical management of ear diseases and hearing disorders, to the rehabilitation of the patient with hearing loss, the new edition of Audiology: Treatment is an invaluable, up-to-date resource for the latest approaches to treating hearing disorders. Organized into two main sections, the book begins by guiding the reader through the principles of treatment and then presents important applications for the clinical setting.


  • New chapters on the numerous advances in hearing aid technology and electroacoustic analysis of hearing aids, the importance of outcome measures in validating the performance of amplification, treatment options for patients with processing disorders, new signals for real ear measures, and the use of fully implantable devices
  • Chapter outlines to rapidly acquaint reader with topics to be discussed
  • Pearls, pitfalls, controversial points, and special considerations providing recommendations and comments on key aspects of patient care
Treatment is one part of a three-volume series, which is completed by Audiology: Diagnosis and Audiology: Practice Management. Together, these books provide audiologists and students in graduate programs with a complete compendium of information on optimizing patient care.