GSI has introduced the next generation of clinical evoked potentials and OAE testing with the Audera Pro. The GSI Audera Pro comes with all of the great features of its predecessor, the Audera, and now offers a number of significant upgrades to support the needs of today’s audiology practice.
As a leading audiometer on the market, the GSI AudioStar Pro has a ton of great features that help audiologists more confidently test patients’ hearing. Don’t just take it from us though; see what a real audiologist has to say about their experience.
Audioscan has recently released a new “mid-term” upgrade for the Verifit 2. Featuring a new accessory box, test box handles, the ability to dim the brightness of the screen, and much more, this suite of new hardware and software features improves upon the most advanced hearing aid verification system on the market.
GSI offers solutions for your newborn hearing screening program. The GSI Corti and Novus are efficient and reliable solutions that any hearing healthcare professional can operate with ease.
GSI offers premier solutions for your newborn hearing screening program. The Novus and Corti are efficient and reliable solutions that any hearing healthcare provider can operate with ease.
Day after day, hearing care professionals see patient after patient in need of care. When dealing with so many patients every day, keeping their records organized is difficult without the right tools. That’s where audiometric software comes into play.
Teamwork is a remarkable thing. Some may even consider it a phenomenon. Getting a large group of people to work together towards a common goal is a difficult, daunting task that even some of the world’s most powerful organizations and influential leaders have difficulties with. Good teamwork takes frequent communication. It takes focus, organization, and the inclination for everyone to contribute their fair share to help achieve goals. Most importantly, a good team needs individuals that are willing to support one another, even if it means going above and beyond their daily job responsibilities.
Background noise can and will distract the person being tested during a hearing examination. The only background noises that should be heard are what you administer during the various stages of the hearing test. Any other sound and noise out of your control is disruptive and can affect test results.
Performing a videonystagmography (VNG) test has its many benefits. For one, the person being tested can obtain peace of mind from learning the cause of their dizziness. On the other hand, the practitioner can record the test and save the video for further review and future use as training material. This is especially true when you have VNG equipment that features a situational camera.
Having your audiology equipment calibrated yearly may seem like a chore, but it’s necessary. Every test result must be based on the most accurate signal that can be obtained. Regular calibration of your equipment ensures that the hearing level that is indicated by the audiometer complies with the strict values that are set by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) or the product manufacturer’s specific references for hearing thresholds.