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Otorinolaringoiatria in pediatria

Il mondo del sonno e dei sogni nel bambino. OSAS e non solo

Annalisa Enrico

editore: Minerva Medica

pagine: 112

Questo viaggio attraverso il mondo del sonno e dei sogni riguarda l’età pediatrica, con le sue specifiche caratteristiche anatomiche e funzionali, la sua peculiare struttura del sonno, la sua attività onirico, e i suoi principali disturbi, OSAS (Sindrome delle Apnee Ostruttive del Sonno) e non solo. L’Autrice ha voluto rendere più invitante la lettura valorizzandone i contenuti con curiosità varie sul sonno e sull’OSAS, dalla storia alla mitologia e teologia, dall’arte pittorica alle filastrocche e ninne nanne, dal regno animale al regno vegetale
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Cummings Pediatric Otolaryngology

a cura di Marci M. Lesperance

editore: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division

pagine: 592

Indispensable for all otolaryngologists who see children in their practice, as well as fellows and others in training, Cummings Pediatric Otolaryngology offers comprehensive, state-of-the-art coverage for evaluation and treatment of children with otolaryngologic disorders. The 2nd Edition features revised and updated content and numerous new chapters throughout, making it your #1 resource for the latest information, techniques, and treatments on improving otolaryngologic outcomes for children. Offers expanded discussion of common comorbidities occurring in children as well as challenging clinical problems in both healthy and medically complex children.  Includes extensive new content on otology, as well as new chapters on pediatric speech disorders, 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, pediatric cochlear implantation, laryngotracheal clefts, pediatric tracheotomy and decannulation, and more.  Covers hot topics such as evaluation and management of pediatric vestibular disorders and ankyloglossia and tight maxillary frenula.  Provides detailed, authoritative coverage of every area of head and neck surgery, authored by leading experts in the field and carefully edited by a senior pediatric otolaryngologist, Dr. Marci M. Lesperance.  Includes an all-new electronic appendix with supplemental pediatric content from Cummings Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, 7th edition and additional references.  Features superb, full-color illustrations throughout.  Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. 
133,99 127,29

Surgical Pediatric Otolaryngology

Karen Zur, Robin T. Cotton
e altri

editore: Thieme Medical Publishers Inc

pagine: 694

This revised edition of Surgical Pediatric Otolaryngology provides readers with step-by-step instructions for performing the surgical procedures necessary to treat children suffering from head and neck disorders. This atlas covers routinely performed procedures in pediatric otolaryngology. Key Features: * More than 800 high-quality, detailed line drawings help teach young practitioners the latest techniques and procedures * Authors are affiliated with two of the best children's hospitals in the world and are luminaries in the field* Focuses on common procedures that surgeons perform on a daily basisResidents will frequently consult this book before performing surgery and pediatric otolaryngologists will use it as a refresher for certain surgical procedures that they haven't recently performed.
155,00 147,25

Speech Sound Disorders

Shelley L. Velleman

editore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

pagine: 386

Filled with examples of typically developing children and those with speech sound disorders, Shelley Velleman's Speech Language Disorders offers authoritative coverage of the key concepts of normal speech sound development and production, as well as the related articulation and phonological disorders. A practical resource for patient assessment and treatment, this up-to-date book integrates the latest research in the field with actual speech data examples. Rather than covering treatment options at the end of the text or as an "add on," the book integrates these vital components directly into the appropriate chapters to help Speech-Language Pathology students understand the connection between the science of the disorders and real-life practice. Using highly readable prose enriched by clear definitions, examples, and exercises, the author covers all key concepts, including important topics often not offered in similar books, including evaluating and treating speech sound disorders in young children, those with neurodevelopmental syndromes, and those with prosody issues. In addition, the book helps students see the connection between speech sound disorders and the related motor speech disorders that overlap and complicate assessment and treatment. *Compelling online videos of children with speech sound disorders (supplemented with assignable exercises) bring concepts to life and connect classroom learning with real-life practice.* Considerations for assessment and treatment of children who speak languages other than English are interwoven throughout the text.*Numerous data sets and examples of children with speech disorders provide a real-world context.*Case studies for practice show readers how to apply the concepts and techniques covered.*Assessment and treatment of motor speech disorders in children are covered, including differential diagnosis of dysarthria and Childhood Apraxia of Speech, an area of expertise of the author.* Quick and easy assessment forms for identifying children's speech strengths and weaknesses are included.*Application to practice elements include integrated coverage of the assessment and treatment options for each subcomponent of speech sound development disorder.* Feature boxes point out "common misconceptions" and "common confusion" areas and explain particularly challenging concepts and innovative approaches.* Author-developed exercises for applying concepts, practicing evaluation techniques, scoring tests, and developing treatment plans give students hands-on practice in applying concepts.*End-of-chapter review questions contain multiple-choice quizzes that allow students to assess their understanding of chapter content.
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Pediatric Audiology Casebook

Carol Flexer, Jane R. Madell

editore: Thieme Medical Publishers Inc

pagine: 296

Pediatric Audiology Casebook bridges the gap between content knowledge and clinical application in an accessible manner that will enable readers to put learned theory into active practice by engaging them inproblem-based learning. This compendium of key cases is an excellent choice for the classroom, covering everything from basic and complex diagnostic cases, to hearing aid technology, vestibular issues, and the management of auditory development. Each case is consistently organized, beginning withthepatient's clinical history and audiologic testing. The authors then pose a series of evaluative questions to the reader, followed by carefully considered, thought-provoking answers designed to foster understanding. Cases close with a discussion of the definitive diagnosis, recommended treatment options, and the final outcome. Features *69 highly relevant cases cover a wide variety of common and uncommon clinical scenarios * All cases follow a consistent, user-friendly format, guiding the reader from assessment and diagnosis through treatment and outcome * Incisive discussion questions provide a critical lens for clinical evaluation * Over 50 audiograms are accompanied by a universal reference key to facilitate ease-of-use This textbook is essential reading for the graduate level audiology student on his or her quest to become a thoughtful and effective diagnostician. It is a valuable teaching tool for audiology and SLP professors, as well as a practical reference for clinicians in their daily practice. This text is also useful for SLPs who work with children with hearing loss, as well as for pediatricians and otolaryngologists. Pediatric Audiology Casebook is the ideal companion to the bestselling textbook Pediatric Audiology: Diagnosis, Technology, and Management by the same authors.
60,00 57,00

Ipoacusie infantili. Dalla diagnosi alla terapia

Gaetano Pauletti

editore: Omega

pagine: 705

Questo testo è indirizzato al personale sanitario costituito da otorinolaringoiatri, audiologi, foniatri, pediatri, neuropsichiatri infantili, logopedisti, audiometristi ed audio protesisti ma può essere un valido aiuto anche per gli studenti delle professioni sanitarie attinenti e per gli insegnanti che, sempre più spesso, si trovano a fronteggiare il problema dell.ipoacusia nei loro piccoli allievi. Il volume è organizzato in diverse sezioni che riguardano gli aspetti generali delle ipoacusie infantili, comprendente una dettagliata descrizione degli aspetti epidemiologici, eziologici e fisiopatologici. Contestualmente nella stessa sezione vengono definiti gli effetti percettivi verbali e non verbali delle ipoacusie nonché le condizioni di deprivazione uditiva e il concetto di neuro plasticità. Nella sezione dedicata alla diagnosi vengono descritte le tecniche oggettive ed obiettive utilizzate in audiologia pediatrica, le modalità di valutazione pediatrica e neuropsichiatrica e il ruolo della diagnostica per immagini. I capitoli relativi alla terapia riguardano, in particolare, i trattamenti medici e chirurgici, i moderni trattamenti protesici (con protesi convenzionali, impiantabili ed impianti cocleari e del tronco) e la terapia riabilitativa logopedica. Infine, la sezione conclusiva tratta degli argomenti relativi agli aspetti medico-legali, alle strategie di intervento ed organizzazione sanitaria.

Paediatric Audiological Medicine

Valerie E. Newton

editore: Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)

pagine: 536

Professionals will find a wide range of topics relevant to their work with hearing impaired children or those suspected of having an impairment in this book. A chapter on epidemiology includes the prevalence of hearing impairment and several additional chapters are devoted to the various causative factors. Detection of a hearing loss, measurement of the degree of hearing loss and identification of the site of lesion are covered together with management of any hearing loss found. Individual chapters give coverage to balance disorders, tinnitus, progressive hearing loss, auditory neuropathy, central auditory processing disorders and unilateral hearing impairment. Methods of communication, communication disorders and the psychological effects of a hearing impairment are included together with consideration of education and employment issues.
59,00 56,05

Foundations of Pediatric Audiology

Fred H. Bess, Judith S. Gravel

editore: Plural Publishing Inc

pagine: 507

This book is a compilation of readings representing the basis for the practice of pediatric audiology. It contains forty-seven selected articles that are considered critical to understanding the fundamental principles in the field. Divided into five sections, the book covers the development of audition in infants, background information for current practice, test techniques and technology, and hearing loss in special populations. The readings in this book provide a foundation of knowledge that should be considered essential for anyone in the field of pediatric audiology.
97,00 92,15

The Clinician's Guide to Treating Cleft Palate Speech

Judith Trost-Cardamone, Mary A. Hardin-Jones
e altri

editore: Mosby

pagine: 208

This pocket-size handbook provides brief summaries about the effects of clefts and non-cleft velopharyngeal inadequacy (VPI) on communication development in children. Its clinical focus covers the diagnosis and management of the resulting disorders, with information presented in a quick-reference format, including many bulleted lists, tables, and helpful illustrations. While this book is a complete work on its own, there is some referencing of the larger textbook "Cleft Palate Speech", that provides background on research and theory, as well as additional illustrations.
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Complications in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Daniel Wohl, Gary Josephson

editore: Informa Healthcare

pagine: 632

The first text on the subject to focus specifically on the pediatric population, this comprehensive reference collects best practices in the prevention, recognition, diagnosis, and management of complications affecting the head and neck, ear, nose, and throat-addressing medical-, surgical-, and disease-related conditions, as well as situations in critical care treatment and transport.
193,00 183,35

La patologia infettivo-ostruttiva del distretto faringeo

Nuove strategie diagnostiche-terapeutiche.Collana Specialistica Pediatrica

Lagrasta, M. , Lagrasta, U. E. , Lagrasta, N.

editore: SEE-Firenze

pagine: 212

79,00 71,00

Pediatric Otolaryngology

Principles and Practice Pathways

H. R. Muntz, R. F. Wetmore
e altri

editore: Thieme Publishing Group

pagine: 1042

Otolaryngologists today are seeing more and more pediatric cases. This book provides them with a thorough guide to treatment issues that will allow physicians to retain and increase their patient base while providing efficient and timely care. The "critical pathways" format of the book helps create the thought process otolaryngologists need to guide them through diagnosis and management. The content balances medical and surgical coverage and is made clear through various algorithms presenting the "critical pathway" and boxes offering special considerations and at-a-glance information.
195,00 185,25

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