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Obtain results with minimal effort and with no response required from the patient. This is especially beneficial when dealing with difficult-to-test patients or small children, for example otitis media, a major cause of temporary or permanent hearing impairment in children, can be easily and quickly detected with the MT10.
With the MT10 you can detect otitis media, a perforated eardrum, cholesteatomas and certain neurological disorders. You can also check tympanostomy tubes and follow up on post-medical treatments.
Four different reflex tests can be performed per ear using either fixed or automatic intensity selection. The test is carried out at the correct pressure level and the actual reflex characteristics are displayed on the screen for the operator to view and interpret.
The MT10 offers PC-integration using the Diagnostic Suite Windows® software for transferring tympanometric data to the PC.
  • 4 frequencies (500, 1000, 2000, 4000 Hz)
  • Single or multiple dB level threshold search
  • Auto detection of threshold
  • -400 to +200 daPa
  • Ipsilateral Reflexes (optional)
  • 30-patient memory
  • Tympanometric data transfer
  • Advanced print layout wizard
  • Personalized and combined reporting
  • Patient and session handling
  • OtoAccess™ database and Noah compatible

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