The purpose of this session is to present the updated features of the GSI Corti. In addition to maximizing efficiency by customizing test settings, the participant will learn how Corti integration with GSI Suite software offers enhanced reporting options, as well as comprehensive customized reporting.
This presentation will provide novel insights to the application of temporal processing tests and related neuro auditory mechanisms. This information will expand the utility and interpretive acumen of those using these procedures.
'You had to really listen to the presenter and interpret the slides in order to answer some of the test questions'Read Reviews
The purpose of this session is to present the customizable reporting features of GSI Suite. The updated software features full flexibility to design multiple reports that combine audiometric data (audiometry, middle ear analysis and otoacoustic emissions), patient demographic data and comments.
This course will provide an overview of pediatric assessment with air- and bone-conducted CE-chirps and CE-Octave Band stimuli. The stimuli will be compared to traditional click and tone burst stimuli and clinical applications will be discussed.
This course will provide a tutorial on the GSI Pello audiometer and the companion software. Basic diagnostic evaluations, as well as special test options will be discussed to ensure participants are able to make informed decisions for their facilities. PC integration of test data using GSI Suite will be reviewed. This course will be open captioned.
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The purpose of this session is to present the new features of GSI Suite. The updated software features new displays of tympanometric data, enhanced options for report creation as well as new functionality within NOAH. This new functionality provides more options for customized reporting needs.
The purpose of this course is to provide the latest in OAE measurement, test interpretation and reporting of transient and distortion product otoacoustic emissions using the GSI Corti, GSI Data Manager and GSI Corti Auto Print functionality. An in-depth review of the DPOAE normative data that is included with the Corti device and database will provide guidance for diagnostic OAE test interpretation. Reporting and printing options will focus on improving workflow in the busy clinic and on EMR solutions.
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The purpose of this session is to review the TympStar Pro Configuration Application Software. The software allows the customization of the various measurements used in middle ear assessment for both infant, pediatric and adult populations. To enhance efficiency, autosequence protocols can also be created when a series of tests are indicated and appropriate for the patient population.
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Historically, ABRs have been evoked using click stimulus. Recently, the CE-Chirp stimulus was developed to maximize the temporal synchronization of the responses from the underlying neural components. Few researchers, however, have investigated the utilization of chirp stimulus with newborns. In this course, findings will be presented from a large study with newborns examining ABRs to air and bone conducted CE-Chirp versus click stimuli. A multitude of stimulus manipulations was investigated. Clinical application will be discussed.
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Today's busy clinic requires fast and accurate testing, and the GSI AudioStar Pro provides the tools to meet the demands of every hearing healthcare provider. Becoming familiar with the options of the AudioStar Pro will help to ensure critical speed and performance is achieved. The purpose of this course is to provide an in depth overview of the AudioStar Pro clinical audiometer and the configuration application. Additionally, the course will provide tips and tricks for customizing settings and protocols for maximum productivity.
Frequency specific ABRs have traditionally been evoked with tone burst stimuli. Recently, frequency specific CE-‐Chirp Octave Band stimuli have been developed. CE-‐Chirp Octave stimuli are spectrally similar to tone burst stimuli but differ in their temporal characteristics. Little normative data exists, unfortunately, for ABRs to CE-‐Chirp Octave Band stimuli. In this course, findings will be presented from a large study with newborns and adults examining ABRs to air-‐conducted CE-‐Chirp Octave Band versus tone burst stimuli. Clinical applications will be discussed.