Pediatric Grand Rounds Archived Webcasts
Temporary Hearing Loss from Loud Noise or Concerts is NOT Harmless
Recorded January 6, 2012 at 12:30 PM
Charles Berlin, PhD
Clinical Coordinator for the Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorders Center in the Department of Audiology at All Children's Hospital; Research Professor, Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL
This program is presented for educational purposes only and is no longer available for CME credit.
Clinical Content Reviewer: Juan Dumois, MD
After attending this activity, participants will demonstrate the ability to:
- Identify noises and events which can cause difficulties in hearing later in life.
- Discuss early warning signs of toxic noise exposure even if the patient's audiogram remains normal.
While the presentations may be viewable on systems that don't meet these criteria, we recommend that you use a computer that meets the following standards:
- Broadband internet access (DSL, Cable, T1, Wi-fi)
- Speakers or Headphones
Windows 2000, XP, or Vista
- Browser Requirements: Internet Explorer 6 or later
- Windows Media Player Version 9 or greater (required). The latest edition is always available from
Mac OS Version - OS X
- Browser Requirements: Internet Explorer 5.2.3 or later for Mac OS X, Safari 1.0.3 or later (Safari 1.2.4 & above recommended), Firefox 1.0 or later
- Media Player Requirements: Windows Media Player for Mac OS X
Mac OS Version - OS 9
- Browser Requirements: Internet Explorer 5.1.7 for Mac OS 8.1 to 9.x
- Media Player Requirements: Windows Media Player 7.1 for Mac