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Take A Tour Of Audioscan’s Noah Module for Verifit2

The Audioscan NOAH Module enables data exchange between specific Audioscan hearing devices (the real-ear hearing aid analyzer) and a personal computer (PC) running a NOAH database. Data can be transferred to the PC for viewing and storage within a NOAH-compatible client module.

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Inventis to Distribute Path Medical in North America

Inventis, a company that develops and manufactures audiology equipment, announced the distribution of Path Medical instruments in North America. Inventis is enlarging its product portfolio by entering the OAE and ABR diagnostic segment and strengthening its position in the North American market, according to the company's announcement.

Effects of Probe Tubes Inserted Through Earmold Vents on Real-Ear Probe Microphone Measurements

Effects of inserting the probe tube through various sized vents, as well as under the earmold, during real-ear probe mic testing were examined in this study by Stephen Painton, PhD, and Taylor Sweeney. Results seem to support the practice of inserting the probe tube through the vents of earmolds for a “truer” low-frequency measure. This seemed to be the case regardless of the diameter of the vent. All conditions with the probe tube under the earmold seemed to show a “slit leak” effect on the low-frequency output measures that was larger than any effect shown by the probe tube being placed through the vent.

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Improving Patient Perception of Clinical Services Through Real-ear Measurements

This study assessed the impact of REMs on consumer satisfaction as a service component during hearing aid fittings. For the SERVAL scale, overall results revealed that the REM protocol reduced emotional distress, and improved perceived quality of service and value of the fitting compared to the Quick-fit protocol in 3 groups of participants.

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