Symptom Reporting Compared with Audiometry for the Detection of Cochleotoxicity in Patients on Long-Term Aminoglycoside Therapy

  • Palmay L
  • Walker S
  • Walker S
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Aminoglycoside-associated auditory toxicity (cochleotoxicity) is a major concern in patients receiving prolonged aminoglycoside therapy. There are no published data comparing symptom monitoring to audiometry testing for the detection of aminoglycoside-induced cochleotoxicity; thus, agreement regarding the optimal monitoring of these patients for early detection of this effect is lacking.

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  • Lesley Palmay

  • Sandra AN Walker

  • Scott E Walker

  • Andrew E Simor

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