Thieme Publishing Group has announced the publication of The Audiogram Workbook – the first guide to provide comprehensive practice in the administration of audiograms. The workbook lets the student work through more than 100 clinical cases covering a full range of audiologic disorders. Each exercise is structured to allow the student to write in his or her own clinical evaluation based on presenting symptoms and audiometric test results – and then compare the results to the examiner’s real case summary.
Special features of the new guide include 135 cases for practical assessment and professional development – possibly the largest collection ever compiled for a study guide – and a comprehensive listing of unusual patient conditions and how to adapt to them.
A medical chart format is used throughout the book, providing the practice needed in working with standard notations.
The Audiogram Workbook is intended to be a valuable source of concentrated practice and a review of audiometric test interpretation, essential for those who wish to expand their skills.