Objective Measures in Cochlear Implants

Michelle Hughes
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Clinically-oriented, Objective Measures in Cochlear Implants begins with a clear description of the underlying basic science and signal characteristics of objective measures made with cochlear implants. Divided into three parts, this book covers basic science, non-physiological objective measures, and physiological measures.

There are very few books about evoked potentials and objective measures in cochlear implants, making this a great resource for audiology graduate students or seasoned audiologists with little cochlear implant experience.


  • Y Ramakrishnan, The Journal of Laryngology & Otology:
    "The author and editors have done a superb job with this book. What I particularly liked was that it is pitched perfectly both for those with little cochlear implant experience and for more experienced readers who would like an overview of the subject.

    For those from an ENT background, the detailed audiological measures related to cochlear implants have traditionally been seen as the domain of audiological scientists. What this book does is to invite the inexperienced reader to understand the basic science, non-physiological objective measures and physiological measures, in a very simplistic manner. Various figures are used to illustrate concepts and results in each chapter, adding to the overall readability of the book. Key concepts are also summarised at the end of every chapter. …

    I feel this book is a great reference to have. It is a must for those who truly want to understand more about cochlear implants."



Details: 164 pages, Illustrated (B/W), Softcover, 8.5 x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-59756-435-9

Release Date: 13/07/2012


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