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Masking the ABR - part 1

The need for masking based on mechanisms of cross-hearing and interaural attenuation.

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Masking the ABR - part 1

Masking the ABR - part 2

The need for masking based on mechanisms of cross-hearing and interaural attenuation.

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Masking the ABR - part 2

Findings, benefits and recommendations for the CE-Chirp®

Brief overview of the CE-Chirp® concept and discussing recent clinical findings for test time and ABR response sizes by Inga Ferm.

Mismatch Negativity (MMN) and its Clinical Applications

Basic principles, demonstration and clinical applications of the MMN.

How to use the residual noise and Fmp graph

What is residual noise and what is Fmp? Their use is explained for best practice in ABR measurements.

ASSR - an Introduction

Hearing Threshold Estimation Using the Auditory Steady State Response.

Hearing threshold estimation in adults using the Auditory Late Response

How can ALR be used for threshold measurements in adults? What are its benefits over standard ABR? This webinar contains an extensive demonstration of this ALR application.

Otoacoustic emission

OAE - an Introduction

In this webinar it is explained how the ear can produce sound (OAE), how this can be measured with the TEOAE and DPOAE methods and what the clinical value of such measurement is.

Vestibular assessment

Gain calculation methods in vHIT

Gain calculation methods in vHIT

This webinar discusses the different methods of measuring VOR gain in vHIT systems and the benefits of using the gold standard instantaneous gain method.

Multi-frequency Vestibular Testing: Caloric Rotational Chair and vHIT

This webinar explores how the combination of caloric, vHIT and rotational chair testing provides a multi-frequency assessment of the lateral semi-circular canal and can assist the clinician in diagnosing and treating vestibular disorders.

Advanced Calorics

This webinar covers a brief introduction and a discussion on the clinical considerations and techniques for performing the analysis of the caloric test.

Video Head Impulse Testing: Interpretation

This webinar provides an introduction on how to interpret the results of the video head impulse test. It focuses on three core areas: quality, slow phase eye movements and fast phase eye movements.

Video Head Impulse Testing: Assessing all 6 semi-circular canals

This webinar provides a theoretical introduction to video head impulse testing and practical advice on how to obtain good quality vHIT data.

vHIT in pediatric Population

Sharon L. Cushing from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children talks about vestibular evaluations specific to the pediatric population.

Hearing aid fitting

Visible Speech Mapping

Why should you as a clinician perform VSPM? Benefits and case studies are discussed.

RECD - an Introduction

Performing Real Ear to Coupler Difference Measurements.

Performing Real Ear Measurements on Callisto

It is shown how a REM measurement is run clinically and what considerations clinicians must take into account before performing REM. There is special attention to methods of assuring accurate probe tube placement.


Acoustic Reflexes – an Introduction

What are acoustic reflexes? How are they measured? And what can it be used for diagnostically?

Tympanograms an introduction

It gets explained firstly how a tympanogram is measured, secondly how to make an interpretation with quantitative analysis and with Jerger’s classification and lastly how tympanograms can relate to middle ear pathologies.

Wideband Tympanometry - Research License

WBT research license explained and how Excel can be used for the first analysis of the automatically exported Wideband Tympanometry measurements.

Wideband Tympanometry Theory and Benefits

Explaining the benefits of using wideband tympanometry with use of the Titan.

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