AD528: Celebrating 50 years of audiometry
AD528 is an air, bone and speech audiometer, and marks a new chapter in Interacoustics’ rich history within audiometry.
Time changes an audiometer
Even though Interacoustics’ audiometers have always been valued by the public, AD528 tops the rest. Its quick startup is ideal for busy clinics, allowing for more patients to receive the treatment they so desperately require. Its many available languages ensure its accessibility, easing the lives of clinicians across the globe.
Designed for people
Ergonomics is about designing for people. As such, AD528 is for people. Interacoustics has endeavored to produce an audiometer with a keen consideration for ergonomics, providing comfort for the clinician.
According to Lillian B. Nielsen, Senior Product Manager at Interacoustics and Audiologist: “AD528 provides the basics of what you need.”
AD528 has a small footprint, low weight and an optional bag. Thus, it is ideal for traveling clinicians. Ultimately, patients will benefit from the more accessible treatment that AD528’s portability provides.
A field-tested solution
AD528 is not only a compact and portable device. Fabiana C. de Azevedo Alves, Sales Manager at Interacoustics Brazil, field tested AD528 and received the following feedback from target users: “The users found AD528 to be easy to operate. They also reported that the screen was very nice to look at and that it provides an easy overview. Finally, masking buttons are a big improvement.”
About the authors
|Shane Seiger-Eatwell is a Master of Linguistics and Communication (cand.ling.merc.), having graduated from Aarhus University in 2018. He joined Interacoustics in January 2019 as a Marketing Communications Specialist.|
|Lillian B. Nielsen, MSc Technical Audiology, graduated from the University of Southern Denmark in 2013. During her time at Interacoustics, she has been the Clinical Product Manager of ABR/OAE, followed by Audiometry and Impedance, and is currently the Senior Product Manager of Audiometry and Impedance.|