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Occupational Hearing Loss, 4th Edition

ISBN: 9781032566979
ISBN: 9781032566979
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2024/09

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Now in its fourth edition, Occupational Hearing Loss delivers a complete overview of the hazards of occupational noise exposure, causes of hearing loss, testing of hearing, criteria to distinguish occupational hearing loss, and more. The book emphasizes medical and societal factors in its coverage of topics such as audiometry and who should do it, evoked response testing, and conductive and sensorineural hearing loss, as well as mixed, central, and functional hearing loss.

Brought together by experienced practitioners and written by experts with depth and experience in the field, this book is written clearly in language accessible to non-medical personnel. No other book available has the breadth, practical detail, or comprehensive scope. A unique compendium of information about specific problems of occupational hearing loss and hearing conservation, the book is both a balanced reference and an easy-to-use guide to protecting the hearing of industrial workers.

This title is an ideal read for any student or professional occupational physician, audiologist, health and safety engineer, industrial hygienist, and otolaryngologist.

Περιεχόμενα

Preface to the Fourth Edition

Authors                                                                                           

Contributors

1. Occupational Hearing Loss: An Overview

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

2. The Physics of Sound

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

3. The Nature of Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

4. The Otologic History and Physical Examination

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

5. Classification and Measurement of Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

6. The Audiogram

Robert T. Sataloff, Danielle Walter and Pamela C. Roehm

7. Special Hearing Tests

Robert T. Sataloff, Kerrin E. Richard and Pamela C. Roehm

8. Auditory-Evoked Phenomena: Theory and Clinical Applications

Mark T. Agrama, Robert T. Sataloff and Thomas O. Willcox

9. Conductive Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

10. Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Diagnostic Criteria

Robert T. Sataloff, Skylar Drexel and Pamela C. Roehm

11. Noise Damage and Hidden Hearing Loss: Cochlear Synaptopathy in Animals and Humans

M. Charles Liberman

12. Regenerative Therapy for Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Current Research Implications for Future Treatment

Cynthia L. Chow and Samuel P. Gubbels

13. Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff, Kevin Li, and Pamela C. Roehm

14. Mixed, Central, and Functional Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

15. Systemic Causes of Hearing Loss

Alexander J. Barna, Robert T. Sataloff and Pamela C. Roehm

16. A Brief History of Occupational Hearing Loss: A Personal Perspective

Joseph Sataloff (deceased)

17. Diagnosing Occupational Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff and Katherine Mullen

18. Hearing Loss: Handicap and Rehabilitation

Robert T. Sataloff

19. Hearing Protection Devices

Daniel Eichorn, Brian McGovern and Robert T. Sataloff

20. Tinnitus

Robert T. Sataloff and Camryn Marshall

21. Dizziness

Robert T. Sataloff, Hye Rhee Chi and Pamela C. Roehm

22. Facial Paralysis

Robert T. Sataloff, Arianne Abreu and Mary Hawkshaw

23. Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Temporal Bone

Leona J. Tu and Robert T. Sataloff

24. Sarcomas of the Temporal Bone

Brian A. Neff and Robert T. Sataloff

25. Hearing in Dogs

D. Caroline Coile

26. Implications of Nutraceutical Modulation of Glutathione with Cystine and  Cysteine in General Health and Otology  

Katherine Mullen, Thomas Kwyer and Robert T. Sataloff

27. Tables Summarizing Differential Diagnosis

Robert T. Sataloff

28. Noise Measurement

Paul L. Michael (deceased) and Kevin L. Michael

29. Noise Control

Paul L. Michael (deceased) and Kevin L. Michael

30. Noise Criteria Regarding Risk and Prevention of Hearing Injury in Industry

Terrence A. Dear (deceased)

31. Hearing Loss and Other Otolaryngologic Complications of Scuba Diving

Michael C. Neuenschwander, Flora Yan and Robert T. Sataloff

32. Hearing Conservation Underwater

Harry Hollien (deceased) and Heather Yeakel

33. Hearing Loss in Musicians

Robert T. Sataloff, Craig Cooper and Valerie L. Trollinger

34. Hearing Conservation in Industry

Robert T. Sataloff

35. Establishing a Hearing Conservation Program

Robert T. Sataloff

36. Occupational Hearing Loss: Legislation and Compensation

Robert T. Sataloff

37. OSHA Noise Regulation

Robert T. Sataloff

38. Formulae Differences in State and Federal Hearing Loss Compensation

Irvin Stander (deceased), Jerry M. Lehocky, Richard Marsh, Dillon Weis

and Robert T. Sataloff

39. Occupational Hearing Loss in the Railroad Industry

David J. Hickton and Keith R. Conti

40. The United States: The Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act

Lawrence P. Postol

41. Occupational Hearing Loss in Canada

Kaitlin Harvey, Robert McLeod, Tiarnan Magos and John T. Rutka

42. Occupational Hearing Loss in the United Kingdom

Eleftheria Iliadou, Finola M. Ryan, Raj Nandi and John S. Rubin

43. Evaluating Occupational Hearing Loss: The Value of the AMA’s Guides

to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment

Robert T. Sataloff

44. Recorded Simulation of Hearing Loss

Robert T. Sataloff

45. A Plaintiffs’ Attorney’s Perspective on Occupational Hearing Loss

Gregory J. Hannon

46. Workers’ Compensation: Presenting Medical Evidence in Hearing Loss Cases

Irvin Stander (deceased)

Appendix I: Anatomy of the Ear

Appendix II: Otopathology

Appendix III: Otosclerosis, Paget’s Disease, and Osteogenesis Imperfecta Involving the Ear

Appendix IV: Neurofibromatosis

Appendix V: Hearing Conservation Procedures

Appendix VI: Hearing Conservation Program Procedures and Reports

Index