Sanibel Supply A/S, which offers its own line of hearing products along with other popular brands, has re-released the SanibelTM (Tympanic Membrane) electrode for ECochG. The company says its SanibelTM electrode, used for obtaining reliable ECochG measurements, has been missed by many hospitals and ENT clinics over recent months. Sanibel Supply reports that it has been closely involved with a new production partner to ensure future supply and continued quality of the TM electrode.

SanibelTM electrode

The SanibelTM electrode for AEP and ECochG procedures

The TM electrode is designed for auditory evoked potential (AEP) and electrocochleography (ECochG) procedures. Its easy insertion into the ear canal is said to make it easy to make contact with the tympanic membrane where close placement to the cochlea provides a superior ECochG measurement.

The electrode is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Technischer Überwachungsverein (TÜV) in Germany.

The Sanibel TM electrode is available for purchase through the US and European Sanibel web-shops, as well as through a number of worldwide distributors. For more information, visit the Sanibel Supply website.

Source: Sanibel Supply