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1. Common Principles of Rehabilitation for Adults in Audiology Services

Common Principles of Rehabilitation for Adults in Audiology Services Practice Guidance Common Principles of Rehabilitation for Adults in Audiology Services Date: October 2016 Review date: October 2021 @BSA 2016 Recommended Procedure Common Principles of Rehabilitation for Adults in Audiology Services BSA 2016 Page2 General foreword This document presents Practice Guidance by the British Society of Audiology (BSA). This Practice Guidance represents, to the best knowledge of the BSA, the evidence (...) are welcomed and should be sent to: British Society of Audiology Blackburn House, Redhouse Road Seafield, Bathgate EH47 7AQ Tel: +44 (0)118 9660622 bsa@thebsa.org.uk www.thebsa.org Published by the British Society of Audiology © British Society of Audiology, 2016 All rights reserved. This document may be freely reproduced in its entirety for educational and not-for-profit purposes. No other reproduction is allowed without the written permission of the British Society of Audiology. @BSA 2016 Recommended

2016 British Society of Audiology

2. Common principles of rehabilitation for adults with hearing- and/or balance-related problems in routine audiology

Common principles of rehabilitation for adults with hearing- and/or balance-related problems in routine audiology Practice Guidance Common principles of rehabilitation for adults with hearing- and/or balance-related problems in routine audiology services Date of this version: 30th August 2012 Date for review: August 2015 Practice Guidance British Society of Audiology Principles of routine adult rehabilitation 2012 © BSA 2012 2 General foreword This document presents Practice Guidance (...) by the British Society of Audiology (BSA). This Practice Guidance represents, to the best knowledge of the BSA, the evidence-base and consensus on good practice, given the stated methodology and scope of the document and at the time of publication. Although care has been taken in preparing this information, with reviews by national and international experts, the BSA does not and cannot guarantee the interpretation and application of it. The BSA cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions

2012 British Society of Audiology

3. Guidelines on the acoustics of sound field audiometry in clinical audiological applications

Guidelines on the acoustics of sound field audiometry in clinical audiological applications NOTE Although care has been taken in preparing the information supplied by the British Society of Audiology, the BSA does not and cannot guarantee the interpretation and application of it. The BSA cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions and accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage howsoever arising. This document supersedes any previous recommended procedure of this Society © (...) British Society of Audiology (BSA), February 2008 GUIDELINES ON THE ACOUSTICS OF SOUND FIELD AUDIOMETRY IN CLINICAL AUDIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 1. Definition 2. Purpose and scope of this document 2.1 Unaided hearing assessments 2.2 Aided hearing assessments 3. Information from International Standards ISO 389-7 (2005) and ISO 8253-2 (1998) 3.1 Type of sound field 3.2 Type of test signal 3.3 Reference zero for equipment calibration 4. Practical issues to consider in sound field audiometry 4.1 Purpose

2008 British Society of Audiology

4. Audiological assessment and calibration

Audiological assessment and calibration Audiological assessment and calibration | Great Ormond Street Hospital Google Tag Manager Navigation Search Search You are here Audiological assessment and calibration Audiological assessment and calibration (PDF - British Society of Audiology) 2. (PDF - British Society of Audiology) 3. (PDF - British Society of Audiology) 4. (PDF - British Society of Audiology) 5. (PDF - British Society of Audiology) 6. (NHS Newborn Hearing Screening Programme) Balance (...) testing 1. (PDF - British Society of Audiology) 2. (PDF - British Society of Audiology) Medical 1. (NHS Newborn Hearing Screening Programme) 2. (British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians) Policies and legal statements Follow Us Great Ormond Street Hospital Tel: 020 7405 9200 Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust Great Ormond Street London WC1N 3JH © 2019, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

2014 Great Ormond Street Hospital

6. Surveillance Audiometry

Surveillance Audiometry Recommended Procedure Surveillance Audiometry Date: June 2017 Due for review: June 2022 General foreword This document presents a Recommended Procedure by the British Society of Audiology (BSA). A Recommended Procedure provides a reference standard for the conduct of an audiological intervention that represents, to the best knowledge of the BSA, the evidence-base and consensus on good practice given the stated methodology and scope of the document and at the time (...) Society of Audiology Blackburn House, Redhouse Road Seafield, Bathgate EH47 7AQ Tel: +44 (0)118 9660622 bsa@thebsa.org.uk www.thebsa.org Published by the British Society of Audiology © British Society of Audiology, 2017 All rights reserved. This document may be freely reproduced in full for educational and not-for-profit purposes. No other reproduction is allowed without the written permission of the British Society of Audiology. Recommended Procedure Surveillance Audiometry BSA 2017 © BSA 22016 Page3

2017 British Society of Audiology

7. Ear Examination

Ear Examination Recommended Procedure Ear examination Date: November 2016 Due for review: November 2021 Recommended Procedure Ear examination BSA 2016 © BSA 2016 Page2 General foreword This document presents a recommended procedure by the British Society of Audiology (BSA). A recommended procedure provides a reference standard for the conduct of an audiological intervention that represents, to the best knowledge of the BSA, the evidence-base and consensus on good practice given the stated (...) . Comments on this document are welcomed and should be sent to: British Society of Audiology Blackburn House, Redhouse Road Seafield, Bathgate EH47 7AQ Tel: +44 (0)118 9660622 bsa@thebsa.org.uk www.thebsa.org Published by the British Society of Audiology © British Society of Audiology, 2016 All rights reserved. This document may be freely reproduced in full for educational and not-for- profit purposes. No other reproduction is allowed without the written permission of the British Society of Audiology

2016 British Society of Audiology

8. Rinne and Weber tuning fork tests

Rinne and Weber tuning fork tests Recommended Procedure Rinne and Weber tuning fork tests Date: September 2016 Due for review: September 2021 Recommended Procedure Tuning Fork Tests BSA 2016 © BSA 2016 Page2 Page2 General foreword This document presents a Recommended Procedure by the British Society of Audiology (BSA). A Recommended Procedure provides a reference standard for the conduct of an audiological intervention that represents, to the best knowledge of the BSA, the evidence-base (...) of Audiology Blackburn House, Redhouse Road Seafield, Bathgate EH47 7AQ Tel: +44 (0)118 9660622 bsa@thebsa.org.uk www.thebsa.org Published by the British Society of Audiology © British Society of Audiology, 2016 All rights reserved. This document may be freely reproduced in its entirety for educational and not-for- profit purposes. No other reproduction is allowed without the written permission of the British Society of Audiology. © BSA 2016 Page3 Recommended Procedure Tuning Fork Tests BSA 2016 Page3

2016 British Society of Audiology

9. Positioning Tests

Positioning Tests Recommended Procedure Positioning Tests Date: September 2016 Due for review: September 2021 Recommended Procedure Positioning Tests BSA 2016 © BSA 2016 Page2 General foreword This document presents a Recommended Procedure by the British Society of Audiology (BSA). A Recommended Procedure provides a reference standard for the conduct of an audiological intervention that represents, to the best knowledge of the BSA, the evidence-base and consensus on good practice given (...) . Comments on this document are welcomed and should be sent to: British Society of Audiology Blackburn House, Redhouse Road Seafield, Bathgate EH47 7AQ Tel: +44 (0)118 9660622 bsa@thebsa.org.uk www.thebsa.org Published by the British Society of Audiology © British Society of Audiology, 2016 All rights reserved. This document may be freely reproduced in its entirety for educational and not-for-profit purposes. No other reproduction is allowed without the written permission of the British Society

2016 British Society of Audiology

10. Effects of Amplification on Quality of Life Among School Age Children with Single Sided Deafness

Effects of Amplification on Quality of Life Among School Age Children with Single Sided Deafness Copyright © 2011 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; all rights reserved Page 1 of 5 Audiology/Single Sided Deafness/Amplification/BESt 104 Best Evidence Statement (BESt) Date published/posted 6/20/11 Topic: Effects of Amplification on Quality of Life Among School Age Children with Single Sided Deafness Clinical Question P: Among school age children with single sided deafness I: does (...) amplification options, costs, and realistic expectations about the devices may increase their ability to make informed an decision regarding interventions (Borton, 2010 [3a], McKay 2010 [5a]). Audiology/Single Sided Deafness/Amplification/BESt 104 Copyright © 2011 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; all rights reserved. Page 5 of 5 Discussion/summary of evidence A review of the current literature suggests that amplification versus no amplification improves quality of life and therefore offered

2011 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

11. Quality of Life in Children with Sequential Bilateral Cochlear Implants

of the child receiving a second, bilateral cochlear implant. Cochlear Implants Internationa,l 10, 84-91 [5b] Galvin, K.., Hughes, K., Mok M. (2010). Can adolescents and young adults with prelingual hearing loss benefit from a second sequential cochlear implant. International Journal of Audiology ,49, 368-377[4b] Huttunen, K., Rimmanen, S., Vikman, S., Sorri, M., Archbold, S., Lutman, M.E. (2009). Parent’s Views on the quality of life of their children 2-3 years after cochlear implantation. International (...) Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 73,1786-1794 [4b] Johnston, J., Durieux-Smith, A., Angus, D., O’Connor, A., Fitzpatrick, E. (2009). Bilateral pediatric cochlear implants: A critical review. International Journal of Audiology, 48,601-617 [1b] Kuhn-Inacker, H., Shehata-Dieler, W., Muller, J., Helms, J. (2004). Bilateral cochlear implants: a way to optimize auditory perception abilities in deaf children? International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolayrnology , 68, 1257-1266 [4b] Patient Services

2011 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

12. Care and support of people growing older with learning disabilities

to complement but not replace the support provided by people face to face. 1.2.7 Commissioners should identify where there are gaps in community optometry, audiology and dental services for people with learning disabilities and address those gaps. 1.2.8 Mental health commissioners should develop protocols to ensure that people with learning disabilities, including people in later old age, have access to mainstream mental health services for older people, including dementia support. 1.2.9 Commissioners

2018 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

13. Guidelines on the Management of Patients with Vestibular Schwannoma

of the recommendations from the guidelines that provides the reader an overview of the findings from each section. The underpinnings of these recommendations can be reviewed in at: . RECOMMENDATIONS Audiologic Screening RECOMMENDATION: Level 3: On the basis of an audiogram, it is recommended that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) screening on patients with ≥10 decibels (dB) of interaural difference at 2 or more contiguous frequencies or ≥15 dB at 1 frequency be pursued to minimize the incidence of undiagnosed VS (...) . Sweeney AD , Carlson ML , Shepard NT et al. Congress of neurological surgeons systematic review and evidence-based guideline on otologic and audiologic screening for patients with vestibular schwannomas . Neurosurgery . 2018 ; 82 ( 2 ): 00 – 00 . 2. Dunn IF , Bi WL , Mukundan S et al. Congress of neurological surgeons systematic review and evidence-based guideline on the role of imaging in the diagnosis and management of patients with vestibular schwannomas . Neurosurgery . 2018 ; 82 ( 2 ): 00 – 00

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2018 Congress of Neurological Surgeons

14. Tinnitus

. The panel made the following recommendations: Clinicians should (a) perform a targeted history and physical examina- tion at the initial evaluation of a patient with presumed pri- mary tinnitus to identify conditions that if promptly identified and managed may relieve tinnitus; (b) obtain a prompt, com- prehensive audiologic examination in patients with tinnitus that is unilateral, persistent (= 6 months), or associated with hearing difficulties; (c) distinguish patients with bothersome tinnitus (...) comprehensive audiologic examination in patients who present with tinnitus (regardless of laterality, duration, or perceived hearing status); 545325 OTOXXX10.1177/0194599814545325Otola ryngology–Head and Neck SurgeryTunkel et al 2014© The Author(s) 2010 Reprints and permission: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav Clinical Practice Guideline: Tinnitus David E. T unkel, MD 1 , Carol A. Bauer, MD 2 , Gordon H. Sun, MD, MS 3 , Richard M. Rosenfeld, MD, MPH 4 , Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, MD 5 , Eugene R

2014 American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

16. Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Children With Congenital Heart Disease: Evaluation and Management

or developmental delay. Table 4. Domains and Suggested Instruments for Developmental Evaluation of Children and Adolescents With CHD Age-Specific Measurement Age Evaluation Component Examples Infant (birth to 1 y) Developmental history Growth Feeding history Neuromotor examination Audiologic examination Toddler (1 to 3.5 y) Standardized developmental measure • Bayley Scales of Infant Development–III • Mullen Scales of Early Learning Behavior parent report • Child Behavior Checklist • Brief Infant-Toddler

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2012 American Heart Association

18. Earwax

and Audiology Services . Roland,N.J., McRae,R.D.R. and McCombe,A.W. (2001) Key topics in otolaryngology. Oxford: BIOS Scientific Publishers Ltd. Roland,P.S., Smith,T.L., Schwartz,S.R., et al. ( 2008 ) Clinical practice guideline: cerumen impaction. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. 139 ( 3 Suppl 2 ), S1 - S21 . [ ] Samuel,P. (2007) Personal communication. Consultant in ENT, Sunderland Royal Hospital: Sunderland. Seely,D.R., Quigley,S.M. and Langman,A.W. ( 1996 ) Ear candles - efficacy and safety

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

19. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo

are based on a US clinical practice guideline on BPPV [ ], a British Society of Audiology recommended procedure document on positioning tests [ ], a consensus document on diagnostic criteria for BPPV [ ], and expert opinion in review articles [ ; ]. CKS advises caution for certain groups of people when considering the Dix-Hallpike manoeuvre because a US clinical practice guideline on BPPV [ ] and a British Society of Audiology recommended procedure document on positioning tests [ ] advise considering (...) and pharmacology. 30 ( 2 ), 113 - 122 . [ ] British Society of Audiology ( 2016 ) Recommended procedure. Positioning tests. British Society of Audiology. . [ ] Cranfield,S., Mackenzie,I. and Gabbay,M. ( 2010 ) Can GPs diagnose benign paroxysmal positional vertigo and does the Epley manoeuvre work in primary care?. British Journal of General Practice. 60 ( 578 ), 698 - 699 . Dommaraju, S. and Perera, E. ( 2016 ) An approach to vertigo in general practice. Australian family physician. 45 ( 4 ), 190 - 194

2013 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

20. Tinnitus

tinnitus. The impact of tinnitus is variable. Most people are less severely affected, but others experience impaired concentration, social isolation, insomnia, anxiety, depression, and (rarely) suicide. All people with tinnitus should be referred for an audiological assessment, particularly if it is persistent (lasting 6 months or more). Referral as an emergency will be necessary if there is: Sudden onset pulsatile tinnitus. Tinnitus in association with significant neurological symptoms and/or signs (...) urgently to an ear, nose, and throat specialist (using clinical judgement): Tinnitus of uncertain cause. This includes people with tinnitus that is not associated with hearing loss, ear pain, drainage or malodour, vestibular symptoms or facial weakness and people with hearing loss that cannot clearly be distinguished as either sensorineural or conductive. Tinnitus that is causing distress despite primary care management. Refer all people with tinnitus for an audiological assessment, particularly

2010 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

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