Occupational health professionals who conduct both hearing and pulmonary function tests will see first-hand how integrating an audiometer and spirometer with a common database will simplify their testing processes. The integrated system from Benson Medical Instruments will be featured April 10-13, 2016 at the American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) in Chicago, as well as at the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) Conference held April 11-14 in Jacksonville, Fla.
The Benson Medical Instruments CCA-200 mini Plus Audiometer and CCS-200 Plus Spirometer work in tandem to track employees’ audiogram and spirogram data over multiple years, according to the company. Test data stored and shared between the audiometer and spirometer is consolidated into one employee record, thus simplifying OSHA and MSHA record keeping and eliminating the need to retype data in two systems. Further, this integration allows sharing on networked computers between different locations, as well as with reviewing professionals.
Benson Medical reports that occupational health professionals who are familiar with the operation of the CCA-200mini Plus Audiometer will quickly grasp the operation of the CCS-200 Plus Spirometer, as will those who embrace current technology. The company says that in a recent Clinician Reports product study, users gave the CCS-200 Plus high marks for all graded criteria.
“Because Benson Medical developed the audiometer, spirometer, and software, we have found that users readily understand the operation of the system because it is consistent throughout,” said David Mayou, sales manager at Benson Medical Instruments. “This reduces the user’s training time and ongoing need for support, in addition to the other obvious advantages.”
AOHC and AAOHN conference attendees and others can preview the integration of the CCA-200mini Audiometer and the CCS-200 Plus Spirometer in a new video called “Audiometer and Spirometer Integrated.”
Source: Benson Medical Instruments Company