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International Journal of Audiology, Ototoxicity-Special Topics in Clinical Monitoring

International Journal of Audiology, Ototoxicity-Special Topics in Clinical Monitoring

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1.              Applying U.S. national guidelines for ototoxicity monitoring in adult patients: Perspectives on patient populations, service gaps, barriers and solutions

Dawn Konrad-Martin, Gayla L. Poling, Angela C. Garinis, Candice E. Ortiz, Jennifer Hopper, Keri O’Connell-Bennett and Marilyn F. Dille. Published online 20 Nov 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1398421

2.              Clinical trials, grading scales, and the audiologist's role in therapeutic decision making

Kelly A. King and Carmen C. Brewer. Published online 23 Dec 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1417644

3.              Current practice of ototoxicity management across the United Kingdom

Devina Maru and Ghada-Al Malky. Published online 20 Apr 2018. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2018.1460495

4.              Ototoxicity monitoring through the eyes of the treating physician: Perspectives from pulmonology and medical oncology

Angela C. Garinis, Alexandra Cornell, Gopal Allada, Kevin P. Fennelly, Ronald

J. Maggiore and Dawn Konrad-Martin. Published online 05 Oct 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1381769

5.              Chemoradiation-Induced Hearing Loss Remains a Major Concern for Head and Neck Cancer Patients

Nicole C. Schmitt and Brandi R. Page. Published online 20 Jul 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1353710

6.              Monitoring neonates for ototoxicity

Angela C. Garinis, Alison Kemph, Anne Marie Tharpe, Joern-Hendrik Weitkamp, Cynthia McEvoy and Peter S. Steyger. Published online 22 Jun 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1339130

7.              Ototoxicity monitoring in children treated with platinum chemotherapy

Beth Brooks and Kristin Knight. Published online 24 Jul 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi:  10.1080/14992027.2017.1355570

8.              Vestibulotoxicity: Strategies for clinical diagnosis and rehabilitation

Jaynee A. Handelsman. Published online 09 May 2018. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2018.1468092

9.              Using tablet-based technology to deliver time-efficient ototoxicity monitoring

Douglas Brungart, Jaclyn Schurman, Dawn Konrad-Martin, Kelly Watts, Jay Buckey, Odile Clavier, Peter G. Jacobs, Samuel Gordon and Marilyn F. Dille. Published online 12 Sep 2017. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2017.137013810.1080/14992027.2017.1370138

10.           Protection for medication-induced hearing loss: The state of the science
Tanisha L. Hammill and Kathleen C. Campbell. Published online 24 Apr 2018. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2018.1455114

11.           Recruiting ENT and Audiology patients into pharmaceutical trials: Evaluating the multi-center experience in the United Kingdom and United States of America
Victoria A. Sanchez, Deborah A. Hall, Bonnie Millar, Celia D. Escabi, Alice Sharman, Jeannette Watson, Sornaraja Thasma and Peter Harris. Published online 21 Jan 2018. Int. J. Audiol. doi: 10.1080/14992027.2018.1425002


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