1. What advantages does weighted averaging bring to OAE measurements
2. DPOAE: the statistics of certainty, how it works and what are the benefits
3. DPOAE fine structure: what is it, and how does it influence our measurements in practice
Clinical Product Manager within hearing aid fitting at Interacoustics, Dennis Mistry, BSc, talks about using REM and VSPM to demonstrate and verify advanced hearing aid features.
1. Obtain an overview of Meniere’s disease and evolution in the theories of pathophysiology
2. Explore the diagnostic testing in suspected Meniere’s disease and the integration of test findings
3. Consider mimic pathologies and the challenge in considerations of symptom management
Shelly Massingale, MPT, Senior Director of Banner Concussion Services in Arizona and Colorado, talks about diagnostic and functional evaluation of vestibular deficits in the concussed patient.
1. Review basic principles of ASSR
2. Discuss clinical need for pediatric threshold measurements and failure of previous ASSR techniques
3. List the features that distinguish Eclipse from traditional ASSR
4. Understand the clinical data (test times and ABR correlations) that validate clinical use of Eclipse ASSR
Understand the role of functional tests of hearing in influencing hearing aid features: TEN, Speech in noise testing (SIN SIQ), ANL.
Describe the relevance of eye, head, and body movement assessment in the dizzy / imbalanced patient. Discuss how to integrate assessment findings with measured functional changes. Explore how functional findings in the patient assessment can be used to form an individualised treatment plan.
This webinars ntended learning outcomes are to understand the principles and origins of the oVEMP test, to understand how to perform an oVEMP measurement and to explore the clinical applications of the oVEMP test.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to identify the appropriate settings to create diagnostic DPOAE test protocol, analyze and categorize diagnostic OAE test results into one of three categories and list the patient groups that would benefit from diagnostic OAE testing.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to determine the optimal way to perform gaze, spontaneous nystagmus, and static position tests, to identify different types of nystagmus and their clinical significance and differentiate between central and non-central types of nystagmus.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to explain the principles and origins of the ABR. To know how to prepare the patient and perform a ABR measurement and to develop an understanding of how to interpret an ABR recording.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to gain an appreciation of the calibration process relating to audiometers. To develop an understanding of applied acoustics for audiologists (i.e. how to measure pure tone signals, masking signals) and to have knowledge of transducer types and adjustments necessary for different populations (e.g. adults/paediatrics) will be provided.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to gain an appreciation of the calibration process, tympanometers, and AEP/OAE instruments. To develop an understanding of applied acoustics for audiologists (i.e. advanced signals for AEP/OAEs) and to have knowledge of transducer types and adjustments necessary for different populations (e.g. adults/paediatrics) will be provided.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to unnderstand mechanisms and limitations of OAEs. Understand benefit of measuring OAEs at peak pressureand to demonstrate measurement and comparison against non-pressurized OAEs.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to explore the basic principles of the P300 event-related potential and to discuss the relationship between P300 and N1-P2 and MMN waveforms.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to discuss key considerations for stimulation and recording the P300 and to provide a discussion of the potential clinical applications for P300.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to understand the principles and origins of the cVEMP test. To know how to perform a cVEMP measurement and to explore the clinical applications of the cVEMP test.
A brief overview of the CE-Chirp® concept and discussing recent clinical findings for test time and ABR response sizes. by Inga Ferm
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to explain the need for masking based on mechanisms of cross-hearing and interaural attenuation.
This webinars intended learning outcomes is to learn how to apply masking procedures to ABR and other types of evoked potentials.
Basic principles, demonstration and clinical applications of the MMN.
Intended learning outcomes
Hearing threshold estimation using the auditory steady state response.
This webinar covers a brief introduction and a discussion on the clinical considerations and techniques for performing the analysis of the caloric test.
This webinar explores how the combination of caloric, vHIT and rotational chair testing provides a multi-frequency assessment of the lateral semi-circular canal and can assist the clinician in diagnosing and treating vestibular disorders.
What are acoustic reflexes? How are they measured? And what can it be used for diagnostically?
Why should you as a clinician perform VSPM? Benefits and case studies are discussed.
This webinar provides an introduction on how to interpret the results of the video head impulse test. It focuses on three core areas: quality, slow phase eye movements and fast phase eye movements.
Complete procedure, case examples and normative data including area ratio.
How can Auditory Late Response be used for threshold measurements in adults? What are its benefits over standard ABR? This webinar contains an extensive demonstration of this ALR application.
This webinar provides a theoretical introduction to video head impulse testing and practical advice on how to obtain good quality vHIT data.
What is residual noise and what is Fmp? Their use is explained for best practice in ABR measurements.
Performing Real Ear to Coupler Difference Measurements.
It is shown how a REM measurement is run clinically and what considerations clinicians must take into account before performing REM. There is special attention to methods of assuring accurate probe tube placement.
It gets explained firstly how a tympanogram is measured, secondly how to make an interpretation with quantitative analysis and with Jerger’s classification and lastly how tympanograms can relate to middle ear pathologies.
In this webinar it is explained how the ear can produce sound (OAE), how this can be measured with the TEOAE and DPOAE methods and what the clinical value of such measurement is.
Sharon L. Cushing from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children talks about vestibular evaluations specific to the pediatric population.
Explaining the benefits of using wideband tympanometry with use of the Titan.
In this webinar the WBT research license is explained as well as how Excel can be used for the first analysis of the automatically exported Wideband Tympanometry measurements.