The TympStar is setting a new standard for clinical middle-ear testing... a standard that had been established by its predecessor, the 1733. The TympStar builds on the sophistication, functionality and flexibility of the 1733, offering unparalleled testing capabilities. Tympanometry - Acoustic-reflex threshold - Reflex decay - Eustachian tube function. The TympStar comes pre-programmed with a series of default parameters for each test mode. As your testing needs change, however, the TympStar also allows you to easily alter test parameters through its Program Mode. You can even automate a desired test sequence. By using the Program Mode, the TympStar also makes it possible for multiple operators to program their own default parameters for tympanometry and reflex-threshold testing.
The AA222 is the most comprehensive combination of middle ear analyzer and clinical audiometer available. It combines all of the diagnostic middle ear analyzer tests found on the AT235 and most of the features available on our popular AD229 diagnostic audiometer – all in one small, lightweight package. This makes the AA222 ideal for the new clinic, for traveling to alternate locations, and for clinical situations where space is at a premium.
The AT235 is an automatic middle ear analyzer ideal for diagnostic and screening evaluations. The primary design of the AT235 emphasizes ease of use without compromising testing fl exibility. Test batteries of the AT235 include standard tympanometry, ispsilateral and contralateral acoustic refl ex and refl ex decay, Eustachian tube function test and air conduction audiometry. Automated tympanometry may be combined with 2 programmable refl ex test batteries. Further manual refl ex testing is available for more tests or to confi rm/modify automated refl ex results. The AT235 allows more than 40 refl ex tests per ear to be stored and printed. These capabilities provide the necessary tests for the majority of any clinic’s needs. The addition of high frequency probe tones to optimize tympanometry testing of infants is available with the AT235h model.
AZ26 clinical impedance audiometer is built to meet the demands of clinics and hearing specialists who require a comprehensive middle ear analysis instrument. Tests include automatic and manual control tympanometry with selectable pressure ranges and pum speeds, acoustic reflex tests with up to 16 recordings per ear, reflex decay with 10 or 30 seconds presentation, and a high resolution latency test with automatic latency calculation. All tests may be performed automatically or manually. Eustachian Tube Function may be determined on patients with normal or perforated eardrums.
Address today's demands by unleashing the potential of the Titan – a new compact middle ear analyzer solution holding all the necessary functions and flexibility in a remarkably portable design. As a tool Titan emphasizes ease-of-use and speed without compromising testing flexibility and reliable results. Titan is designed to help!
The new Titan is developed to accommodate for: - True portability- Fast and reliable testing- Full clinical test battery- PC or stand alone operation- User-defined test protocols- Customizable printouts
The MA 34 performs automatic impedance measurements for screening or in-depth middle-ear evaluations quickly and easily. In just seconds the results are displayed on the LCD screen and be printed out after each test automatically. Special diagnostic testing for IPSI and CONTRA reflexes, reflex decay and Eustachian tube functions are included in this powerful and versatile instrument.
The value of this impedance unit is in its flexibility to perform a range of diagnostic testing in both manual and automatic modes. Combined with an internal printer, you have everything you need for professional testing at your fingertips. The MI 44 includes an internal printer for quick documentation of test results and the printouts can be customized. Multiple tests can also be stored for each patient - up to 6 ipsi, contra, ipsi reflex decay and contra reflex decay for each ear as well as 2 tympanograms (one at 226 Hz and one high frequency tone) for each ear. The unit's probe is adjustable and features a convenient, detachable probe tip as well as an indicator light to signal a proper seal so the test can begin. In addition, the tympanogram and test results display in real-time on the large LCD screen.