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5 Easy Ways to Spread Audiology Awareness

10/8/20 12:00 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Audiometry

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A Beginner’s Guide to VNG Testing

10/6/20 9:26 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Vestibular, Balance

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Videonystamography (VNG) is a test that measures a type of involuntary eye movement called nystagmus. Depending on whether these eye movements are fast, steady, or erratic, a practitioner can gain a better understanding on whether the patient has a disorder of the vestibular system. VNG testing can be very instrumental in uncovering what could be causing a patient’s dizziness and vertigo. 

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Q&A With the Expert: John Pumford, Au.D., Director of Audiology and Education at Audioscan

10/5/20 2:16 PM / by Julie Renshaw, M.A., CCC-A posted in Real Ear Measurement, Hearing Aid Verification, Q&A

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Features Needed in An Occupational Health Audiometer

10/1/20 9:24 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Occupational Health

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A good audiometer is the foundation of a successful occupational hearing conservation program. That’s why you need to ensure the instrument you purchase has everything you need to ensure maximum efficiency, accuracy, and success. Here are the most essential features needed in an occupational health audiometer. 

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Differences Between Subjective & Objective Audiometer Calibration

9/22/20 1:00 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Calibration and Service

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Differences Between Subjective & Objective Audiometer Calibration

An audiometer may be the single most important piece of equipment in your practice. To keep it in working order, highly trained and qualified professionals must calibrate this equipment annually. However, the specific method depends on the type of calibration that needs to be conducted. 

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The New MedRx Kiosk is Here!

9/22/20 9:00 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in e3 News, Audiology Equipment

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Innovation is key to pushing healthcare forwardEach year, new technologies are released that improve the way people are screened and treated for debilitating health conditions. These advancements result in faster, more accurate testing that can help practitioners better develop treatment plans that result in more positive patient outcomes. 

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5 Consumer Fall Detection Technologies You Can Recommend Your Patients

9/15/20 12:00 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Balance

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Portable consumer health technologies have completely changed the way people monitor health. Nowadays, consumers can easily and affordably measure their heart rate, take their blood pressure, and even record an electrocardiogram at any timeBest of all, much of this can be done from a watch or another portable device that’s easy to travel with. 

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5 Must-Have Features in a Newborn Hearing Screener

9/8/20 10:00 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in OAE, Audiology Equipment, AEP

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Newborn hearing screening is incredibly important. In fact, according to the Hearing Health Foundation, 97 percent of babies are screened for hearing disorders before leaving the hospital. Why is this? Because early intervention is of the utmost importance. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, hearing loss can affect a child’s ability to develop speech, language, and social skills.

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Check Out Our New ABR Comparison Chart

9/3/20 11:16 AM / by Adam Dawson posted in Audiology Equipment

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Looking for a new ABR instrument, but aren’t sure which one is right for you? We’ve put together a helpful ABR comparison chart to help you obtain a better understanding of each of our devices and which ones meet your needs. Click below to download the chart. 

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Listen to Our New Podcast on Treating Tinnitus Patients

8/19/20 3:25 PM / by Adam Dawson posted in Tinnitus

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According to the American Tinnitus Association, over 45 million Americans struggle with tinnitus, making it one of the most common health conditions in the United States. However, because there is no scientifically proven cure for chronic tinnitus, many audiologists shy away from treating these patients.  

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