Otosphere – Allround Hit at BSHAA
In an industry first PC Werth, working with the team at Otovation, have added to the QuickSIN test by including the ANL (acceptable noise level) test and creating the capability to display these results in a combined visualisation using the widely adopted Red Flag Matrix.
The Red Flag Matrix was developed by Brian Taylor and Jill Bernstein to enable the results from both the QuickSIN and ANL tests to be displayed in an easy to understand and remember format. The use of this matrix allows the clinician to not only explain the results of both of these tests in a simple to understand format, it also allows the clinician to effectively manage patient expectations and support those expectations visually.
The use of these two and other similar tests is increasing in popularity amongst UK audiology as the benefits of having this type of additional information both before and after Pure Tone Audiometry.
If you were unable to attend BSHAA or maybe just didn’t have time to visit us and see this new update and feel it would benefit your practice please contact me to arrange a full on site demonstration.
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