Eclipse

Evoked potentials made powerful

A versatile device offering auditory evoked potentials (AEP), auditory steady state response (ASSR), vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) and otoacoustic emissions (OAE). Designed to fit seamlessly into your workflow and offers complete reliability and perfect results.

Design your own diagnostic solution for a perfect result

  • Solid and noise immune hardware

  • Modular platform

  • Unique pre-amplifier technology ensures optimum performance in electrically hostile environments
  • Intuitive interfaces, well-designed layouts, freedom to customize settings

Have it your way

We all strive towards a common goal: To achieve reliable test results to screen or diagnose patients accurately and efficiently.

Whatever your challenge may be, the Eclipse hardware platform enables you to focus on the job at hand with the assistance of dedicated software modules for all facets of auditory evoked potentials and otoacoustic emissions.

Making complicated things easy

A range of pre-loaded test protocols are available in each software module ensuring that you will quickly feel confident. After getting acquainted with the software you can add or modify test protocols and tailor them to your specific needs.

The clear layouts allow you to easily interpret the results and focus on the essential outcomes of the test, which can be saved into OtoAccess® Database for easy retrieval, review and export to your EMR in XML format.

Auditory evoked potentials

Knowing when to stop

Reducing noise is the single most important factor for improving any evoked potential recording. The residual noise calculator provides you with the knowledge of when to stop averaging, often saving test time and ensuring confidence in response identification.

Save valuable time

Using Bayesian Weighting during your ABR recording ensures that waveforms remain stable even during periods of patient activity. The influence of patient noise is minimized during the recording, resulting in continuously lower noise in the running average, saving valuable test time.

Fmp – improving confidence

Imagine having an objective waveform confidence indicator to assist you in confirming the presence or absence of a response. The Fmp graph provides objective and mathematical information based on multiple points within the recording to assist with your waveform analysis. Use of the Fmp provides a reduction in test time and confidence in your diagnosis.
Woman with probe inserted into her left ear

Double your response amplitudes

The revolutionary CE-Chirp® stimulus family for threshold assessment (developed by Claus Elberling) compensates for frequency specific cochlear travel times and generates waveform responses up to twice the size of traditional click or tone burst stimuli.

The original CE-Chirp® was designed for optimal response amplitude at medium stimulation intensities. By using the level specific CE-Chirp®, clearer waveform morphology at high intensities is also available. The introduction of the CE-Chirp® LS stimulus family is an overall improvement to the original CE-Chirp® stimulus family.

For an easier visual evaluation of the NB CE-Chirp® responses, each of the NB CE-Chirp® stimuli have been time shifted to provide latencies similar to Click and the CE-Chirp® LS stimulus. The time-shifted NB CE-Chirp® are named NB CE-Chirp® LS, as the placements are level specific. Otherwise, the NB CE-Chirp® LS are identical to the original NB CE-Chirp®.

The CE-Chirp® stimulus family is incorporated in the EP25 (*optional for EP15) and ASSR software modules from Interacoustics.

CE-Chirp® stimulus family - the gold standard for threshold assessment

"The Eclipse has the largest number of clinically-relevant features of any AEP device today. The platform is an excellent blend of parameter flexibility and user-friendliness."
Todd B. Sauter M.A. Audiology Associates of Worcester Massachusetts

From screening ABR to specialized AEP

EP15: Diagnostic ABR

Please note that the Eclipse EP15 module is not available in the US
Developed for clinics performing standard threshold and neurological ABR testing, the EP15 will allow you to do a common task surprisingly well.

A new standard

The contemporary interface delivers unrivalled ease-of-use and superior clarity, which will help you achieve clear and reproducible results in a confident and timely manner. Preloaded protocols peer-reviewed by key-experts, easy tailoring of manual and automatic test protocols and a multitude of useful tools make the Eclipse the preferred choice for threshold and neurological ABR.
  • Threshold & neurological ABR testing & eABR

  • Bayesian weighting
  • Residual noise calculator
  • Fmp calculator
  • SNR 3:1 ratio calculator CR, RA, INC waveform markers
  • Normative latency data for click, CEChirp®, NB CE-Chirp®, CE-Chirp® LS & NB CE-Chirp® LS
  • Single/split screen
  • CE-Chirp®, NB CE-Chirp®, CE-Chirp® LS & NB CE-Chirp® LS for optimized threshold assessment (optional)
  • Cochlear microphonic & ECochG testing (optional)

EP25: Clinical AEP

For those who need specialized procedures requiring the full spectrum of AEPs: Go for the advanced EP25 software.

The benefits of specialized features

The EP25 contains all the useful features found in the EP15, but adds the extra functionality needed by more specialized clinics. The EP25 incorporates a full range of test protocols covering the early, middle and late latency tests.
  • All the features of EP15
  • AMLR, ALLR & P300/MMN testing

  • Cochlear microphonic & ECochG testing
  • ECochG Area Ratio Calculation by John Ferraro
  • CE-Chirp®, NB CE-Chirp®, CE-Chirp® LS & NB CE-Chirp® LS for optimized threshold assessment
  • Research module including waveform export, logging of recordings, and importing WAV files for stimuli (optional)

ABRIS Fast and objective ABR screening

ABRIS is a fast screening software that can be used for all age groups. It returns a simple pass/refer result, requires minimal tester training and is automatic and objective.

Just click “START”

After attaching the electrodes and making a quick impedance check – simply click “Start” and you are set to go. EEG monitoring is provided with a continuous graphical display and no measurements are collected during periods of unacceptable noise. Results are clearly displayed in: Green for Pass and Red for Refer – it’s that easy!

99.7% – don’t settle for less

ABRIS specificity (the ability to correctly exclude normal hearing babies) is as high as 99.7% in large scale clinical trials using two stage screening. ABRIS sensitivity (the ability to correctly identify babies with hearing problems) is 99.99% based on large-scale simulations.

ASSR: Where speed meets accuracy

The Interacoustics ASSR system reduces test times by 50% thanks to Narrow Band CE-Chirp® stimuli and new powerful automated dual response detection methods.

Multi-frequency testing

The ASSR software enables 8 frequencies to be tested simultaneously to threshold in less than 20-30 minutes through the use of Narrow Band CE-Chirp® stimuli and a patented detection engine.

Full control – full speed

You will dramatically shorten test time as you are in full control of selecting the appropriate stimulus levels independently for each frequency based on current and previous results. Also, you are able to change the stimulation rate during testing depending on the state of your patient. All in all: Full control allows full agility and speed.

Cut test times in half

The Interacoustics ASSR software uses the Narrow Band CE-Chirp® stimuli to generate a maximal response, which makes the detection fast and efficient. The dual detection engine evaluates both the phase and the response magnitude from 12 of the higher harmonics of the fundamental modulation rate. This patented technology can reduce test time by 50% compared to traditional ASSR systems and offers unsurpassed accuracy.

Save data directly to NOAH

The estimated audiogram generated by the Interacoustics ASSR can be saved to NOAH. The estimated audiogram can easily be transferred to Genie or other similar hearing aid fitting software, ensuring a smooth and accurate hearing aid fitting.

DPOAE and TEOAE

The Eclipse hardware platform accommodates both DPOAE and TEOAE testing.

  • Lightweight probe with low internal noise
  • Probe check indicator for correct placement
  • Historic overlay for test comparison
  • Test summary providing a quick overview of test results
  • Protocol settings for automatic display of pass/refer results for hearing screening
  • Weighted averaging improving data quality and limiting the test time

DPOAE: Distortion product otoacoustic emissions

The DPOAE module produces detailed DP Grams with protocols designed by the user for their preferences or requirements. Confidence in the OAE measurements is ensured via DPOAE reliability criteria. Available frequency range is 500-10000 Hz.
DPOAE software screen
TEOAE software screen

TEOAE: Transient evoked otoacoustic emissions

The TEOAE uses linear or non-linear broad band clicks to evoke otoacoustic emissions. The extensive range of clinical options provide a full clinical evaluation of TEOAEs. Available frequency range is 500-5500 Hz.

Optimize VEMP through visual feedback

Vestibular investigation

The Eclipse oVEMP and cVEMP tests measure and analyse the vestibular evoked myogenic potential generated by a loud stimulus.

Instant visual feedback – increased quality

Valid cVEMP results are dependent on correct and controlled EMG tonus. The VEMP software provides visual feedback of the muscle contraction to assist you in helping the patient to obtain correct muscle tonus throughout the entire test. This can be done from the software or on a separate patient monitor for cVEMP testing.

EMG-based scaling - a reliable result

By applying EMG-based scaling of the obtained waveforms, you are ensured a crucially important balanced presentation of responses from Left and Right – ensuring a confident and reliable result.

High output stimuli

The Eclipse VEMP (and ABR) can stimulate up to 100 dB nHL with clicks and 110 dB nHL with 250-4000 Hz tonebursts. The B81 bone conductor can go up to 75 dB nHL with 250-4000 Hz tonebursts.

Research module option

Research module including waveform export, logging of recordings and importing WAV files for stimuli (optional).
Female patient fitted with electrodes for VEMP testing

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