Caring for Individuals with Special Needs: Hearing Impairments
In program three, ear anatomy and physiology are discussed and illustrated with clear graphics. This is followed by a discussion of the two primary types of hearing loss, conductive and sensorineural.
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In program three, ear anatomy and physiology are discussed and illustrated with clear graphics. This is followed by a discussion of the two primary types of hearing loss, conductive and sensorineural. The most common types of conductive loss – wax buildup, foreign object, abnormal bone growth, swelling, and tumor – are described, as are the two most common types of sensorineural loss – aging and repetitive exposure to loud noise. Other causes of hearing loss discussed include ototoxic medications, infection, head injury, otosclerosis, acoustic neuroma, and Ménière’s disease. Signs and symptoms of hearing impairment and methods for facilitating communication with individuals with hearing loss are included.
1. Define hearing impairment.
2. Recognize the incidence of hearing impairment.
3. Know the causes of hearing impairment (conductive and sensorineural hearing loss).
4. Be familiar with the effects of hearing impairment on daily functions.
5. Know the impact of hospitalization on the hearing impaired person.
6. Be able to assess patient on admission.
7. Be familiar with the following nursing interventions for the hospitalized patient with hearing impairment: communicating with the hearing impaired person whose speech is difficult to understand; communicating with the hearing impaired person who speech reads; and providing education for follow up needs.
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