​ As with most things, getting the basics right can make all the difference to the success of your testing. When it comes to electrophysiological testing, ensuring that the electrodes are secure and have low impedances is crucial to effective and efficient testing. Skin preparation: ​ Use an abrasive preparation gel to ensure that the top layer of ...
​Interacoustics US is ready for the AudiologyNOW! congress that takes place in Indianapolis, US from April 5 to April 8. Join them for exciting opportunities at booth #940 and earn CEU points: Quick solutions training by David Speidel, Cammy Bahner and Michelle Petrak ASSR: Dispelling the myths Understanding WBT Pressurized OAEs: the diagnostic adv...
Interacoustics has received FDA approval for vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) testing with their Eclipse hardware. They can now offer clinicians in the United States technology that has been widely tested and well received by clinicians globally. The VEMP tests measure and analyze the vestibular evoked myogenic potential generated by lou...
The emissions produced by human hair cells are so small that OAE recording instruments have to amplify them thousands of times before the response can be measured. Unfortunately, every noise created by the patient, or by external sources is also amplified. It is therefore crucial that you keep noise levels as low as possible when recording OAEs. Si...
Denmark, January 2017. The new AA222 offers a full clinical assessment of the middle ear, and combined with diagnostic audiometry, it's the perfect device for the small or newly established clinic and for educational purposes. The AA222 offers a comprehensive test battery, for instance 226 Hz tympanometry (678,  800 and 1000 Hz are optional), ...
The Interacoustics Print Wizard is a tool for automatic reporting of your audiometry and fitting evaluations. Here are 3 tips for powerful useof the Print Wizard ​. Use the report designer tocreate your own look ​ With the Print Wizard report designer, you can customize your record template so it fits your personal and clinical needs. For instance,...
A cochlear dead region is caused by non-functioning inner hair cells and/or neurons. Sometimes neighbouring hair cells, normally tuned for other frequencies, are able to pick up sounds in a dead region. Clinically, this will present as a threshold on a traditional pure tone audiogram. However, this can be very misleading as this may of course ...
A positive and informative counseling experience is a crucial part of assessing and managing a patient's hearing loss. It's so important that the patient and their family are helped to fully understand the diagnosis and subsequent management plan. Screen overlays can help hugely in this task. Here are 4 crucial benefits of using screen overlays: &n...
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