Disability Series: Auditory Impairment and Assistive Hearing

Editor: Hayes, Kevin
Publication Year: 2021
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $45.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $67.50
ISBN: 978-1-78785-864-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 15
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Auditory Impairment and Assistive Hearing Sourcebook, First Edition begins with an overview of auditory impairment and provides information on diagnosis, intervention, and treatment for people with auditory impairment.

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Table of Contents

    • Preface
    • Part 1: Introduction to Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 1—What Is Auditory System?
    • Chapter 2—Hearing Loss: An Overview
    • Chapter 3—Auditory Healthcare
    • Chapter 4—Auditory Impairment: An Invisible Disability
    • Part 2: Impact of Noise on Hearing Loss
    • Chapter 5—Noise and Hearing Loss
    • Chapter 6—Workplace Noise
    • Chapter 7—Noise Exposure Limits
    • Chapter 8—Nonoccupational Noise-Induced Auditory Loss
    • Chapter 9—Noise Exposure and Reproductive Health
    • Part 3: Auditory Impairment: Diseases and Related Disorders
    • Chapter 10—Infections
    • Chapter 11—Hearing Loss due to Congenital Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
    • Chapter 12—Hearing Loss due to Certain Childhood Cancers
    • Chapter 13—Ménière Disease
    • Chapter 14—Auditory Loss due to Zika
    • Chapter 15—Otosclerosis
    • Chapter 16—Tinnitus
    • Chapter 17—Sudden Deafness
    • Chapter 18—Balance Disorders
    • Chapter 19—Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
    • Chapter 20—Enlarged Vestibular Aqueducts and Risk of Childhood Hearing Loss
    • Chapter 21—Age-Related Hearing Loss
    • Part 4: Auditory Impairment Caused by Genetics
    • Chapter 22—Genetics of Hearing Loss
    • Chapter 23—Nonsyndromic Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 24—Autosomal Recessive Nonsyndromic Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 25—Autosomal Dominant Nonsyndromic Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 26—X-Linked Nonsyndromic Auditory Impairment: POU3F4 Gene
    • Chapter 27—Autosomal Dominant Syndromic Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 28—Autosomal Recessive Syndromic Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 29—X-Linked Syndromic Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 30—Maternally Inherited Diabetes Mellitus and Deafness
    • Part 5: Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment for Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 31—Diagnosis, Screening, and Test for Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 32—Preventing Noise-Induced Auditory Loss
    • Chapter 33—Intervention and Treatment for Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 34—Supporting Hearing Impaired Children during COVID-19
    • Part 6: Assistive Hearing for People with Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 35—Common Styles and Types of Hearing Aids
    • Chapter 36—Advances in Hearing Technology
    • Chapter 37—Communicating with People with Hearing Loss
    • Chapter 38—Other Supports for Auditory Impairments
    • Part 7: Disability Rights for Auditory Impairment
    • Chapter 39—Disability Discrimination
    • Chapter 40—Employment
    • Chapter 41—Public Facilities and Services
    • Chapter 42—Service Animals
    • Chapter 43—Education
    • Chapter 44—Filing Complaints
    • Part 8: Additional Resources
    • Chapter 45—Organizations Aiding People with Auditory Impairment