Auditory Evoked Potentials: Basic Principles and Clinical Application (Point (Lippincott Williams Wilkins)) ePub download
by Robert Francis Burkard PhD,Manuel Don PhD,Jos J. Eggermont PhD
- ISBN: 0781757568
- ISBN13: 978-0781757560
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- Language: English
- Category: Medicine
- Publisher: LWW; 1 edition (October 27, 2006)
- Pages: 736
- Rating: 4.9/5
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by Robert Francis Burkard PhD (Author), Manuel Don PhD (Author), Jos J. Eggermont PhD (Author) & 0 more. There's no one book on auditory evoked potentials like this!!! Fantastic! Everyone that's involved in AEP testing must have it.
by Robert Francis Burkard PhD (Author), Manuel Don PhD (Author), Jos J. ISBN-13: 978-0781757560.
If this is your 1st course on evoked potentials you may find that this book is exceptionally challenging to read and understand.
byRobert Francis Burkard PhD. Format: HardcoverChange. If this is your 1st course on evoked potentials you may find that this book is exceptionally challenging to read and understand. The advanced technicality of this book makes it better written for engineers than for the practical application of clinical AuD students. 3 people found this helpful.
In book: Auditory Evoked Potentials. Cite this publication. In addition, we focus on the application of these speech-evoked potentials for the assessment of (1) the effects of hearing loss on the neural encoding of speech allowing for behavioral detection and discrimination; (2) improvements in the neural processing of speech with amplification (hearing aids, cochlear implants); and (3) the impact of auditory training on the neural processing of speech.
The first two sections overview auditory evoked potentials and basic principles that must be understood
The first two sections overview auditory evoked potentials and basic principles that must be understood. Sections three and four cover the cochlea, VIII nerve and brainstem. Section V discusses aging and intraoperative monitoring, section VI covers cortical areas, and section VII introduces myogenic and nonauditory evoked potentials. Section VIII concludes the text with laboratory exercises and case studies.
Auditory Evoked Potentials book. From theory to basic science to clinical applications, this book is truly a comprehensive treatise on auditory evoked potentials.
Neural generators for auditory brainstem evoked potentials. Auditory evoked potentials: basic principles and clinical applications. Baltimore: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2007. 4. Strominger NL, Nelson LR, Dougherty WJ.
Material type: TextPublisher: Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2007Description: xix, 731 . p. of plates : ill . 29 c. SBN: 0781757568 (hardcover). (some co. ; 29 c. Subject(s): Audiometry, Evoked Response Evoked Potentials, Auditory Auditory Perception Other classification: 53. 71a. List(s) this item appears in: Audiiolology Assessment Auditory evoked potentials. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.
Auditory Evoked Potentials: Basic Principles and Clinical Application features a team of expert authors who collectively offer the clinical and scientific experience needed for a comprehensive presentation of the state of the art in the field. This book reviews the nature of electrical fields that generate surface recorded potentials and summarizes the imaging modalities that complement evoked potential studies. Detailed reviews of acoustics and instrumentation provide the novice with an accurate technical overview. Chapters are dedicated to reviews of the anatomy and physiology of the auditory periphery, brainstem, and cortex; others describe the various classes of auditory evoked potentials, myogenic responses, and visual, somatosensory, and vestibular evoked potentials.
Highlights and Features— A chapter of laboratory exercises offers the student hands-on experiences that transform the academic lessons of the didactic chapters into laboratory and clinical competencies. Detailed reviews of auditory and non-auditory evoked potentials are complemented by chapters designed to highlight clinical applications. Case studies illuminate the complexities of clinical decision making. Eight-page, full-color insert includes 3D images that arise from multi-channel evoked potential studies and functional imaging modalities. Myth/Reality boxes shed light on misunderstood and sometimes contentious issues. Chapters on myogenic, somatosensory, visual, and vestibular evoked potentials provide the basic information needed for the clinical electrophysiologist who performs multimodality evoked potential services. Key terms introduce the vocabulary needed to understand the central concepts of each chapter. Executive summary concludes each chapter with a review of main points to remember.
From theory to basic science to clinical applications, this book is truly a comprehensive treatise on auditory evoked potentials.