The Allegro is described as being “ready to take on any testing environment” that requires tympanometry or ipsilateral acoustic reflexes. The Allegro has a four-button navigation panel, helping to make it “easy to use and easy to learn,” according to the company’s announcement.
The Allegro comes equipped with a charging cradle, printer, and a carrying case that helps allow for easy transport to satellite clinics and off-site community events. A fully charged battery will last for approximately eight hours of testing and the device can hold up to 32 patient records. Flexible printing options include printing all tests at the end of the day or individually after each patient.
Additional features of the Allegro include auto start and customizable user settings. With auto start, the Allegro automatically begins recording a tympanogram as soon as the ear canal seal is obtained, helping to allow for what GSI says is “quicker and more efficient testing even on the most challenging patients.” Default test settings such as reflex frequencies may be customized on the Allegro to fit each clinic’s preferences.
To learn more about the Allegro, visit: www.grason-stadler.com.