Tympanometry is the measurement of how well the tympanic membrane (ear drum) and the middle ear system moves as air pressure is changed in the ear canal. Tympanometry was first introduced as a clinical procedure over 40 years ago. This course describes how the technique of tympanometry is performed and how tympanometry is used to identify middle ear disorders in children and adults.
Please note: The International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT) courses may be purchased individually for $59 USD or as part of a full curriculum for $795 USD. The full curriculum program consists of 20 courses (20 clock-hour curricula) and includes all enduring materials as well as the final examination for the certificate. To enroll in the IHCT program, download the application form at https://www.aicme.com/files/ihct-application.pdf and email to info @ aicme.com.
- Curriculum International Hearing Care Technician (IHCT)
- Course Number IHCT307
- Price $59.00
- CEUs earned 0.05
- Language English
- Level Introductory
Presenter: James W. Hall, III, Ph.D.
James W. Hall III, Ph.D. received a Bachelor's degree in biology from American International College, a Masters degree from Northwestern University and, in 1979, his Ph.D. in audiology from Baylor College of Medicine under the direction of Dr. James Jerger. Since then, he has held clinical and academic audiology positions at major medical centers, including the University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas Medical School-Houston, and Vanderbilt University. [more details]