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Otometrics Otoscan - March 2020

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Case-Based Learning: Pediatric Vestibular Assessment
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Kristen Janky, PhD, AuD, CCC-A
Recorded Webinar
Course: #35629Level: Introductory1 Hour
This presentation will review 2 pediatric vestibular clinical cases. Using these clinical cases as a guide, Dr. Janky will review the overall prevalence of dizziness / vestibular loss in children, which children are candidates for vestibular assessment, which vestibular assessments are appropriate given the child’s age and vestibular assessment modifications for testing children.

Case-Based Learning - Pediatric Verification
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Dawn Violetto, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #35631Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This presentation focuses on the importance of performing Probe Microphone Measures (PMM)/Real Ear Measures (REM) for all pediatrics fitting and the adverse short- and long-term ramifications of not using evidence-based practice on language, social and emotional outcomes for children. A brief history of PMM’s will be covered and case presentations will be discussed.

Automated Verification Using Aurical and Phonak TargetMatch
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Jeanette Fitzke
Recorded Webinar
Course: #42779Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course reinforces the benefits of verification and introduces the use of integrated verification software with Aurical to facilitate implementing real ear measurements into even the busiest of clinical environments

Introducing Otoscan – Minimal Contact 3D Ear Scans
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Ellen Frederick, Don Kim, AuD, Mike Maxson
Recorded Webinar
Course: #42684Level: Intermediate1 Hour
In this course, the presenters will discuss the many benefits of Otoscan and digital ear scanning technology, focusing on better fit and reduced remakes, faster turn-around times with cloud-based orders, and the minimal physical contact between you and your patients during the scanning process.

Aurical HIT Applications: Part 2 – RECD and Additional Verification of Advanced Hearing Aid Features
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Jeanette Fitzke
Recorded Webinar
Course: #35084Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Hearing instrument test boxes can provide clinicians with invaluable tools to complete the hearing aid fitting and verification process for certain populations and circumstances. This course will highlight the use of Aurical HIT and PMM in the process of completing real ear to coupler difference (RECD) measurements and fitting. Integrated verification with the Aurical HIT will also be demonstrated with Phonak. Additionally, clinical applications for analysis of advanced hearing aid features will be reviewed and demonstrated that were not completed in Aurical HIT Applications: Part 1.

AURICAL HIT Applications Part 1 - Applications for Hearing Instrument Fittings and Beyond
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Wendy Switalski, AuD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #42516Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Hearing instrument test boxes can provide clinicians with invaluable information about hearing instrument function, from evaluating technical status using electroacoustic analysis to assessing gain and output and advanced feature performance. This course will highlight the process for each of these using the Otometrics Aurical HIT. Additionally, clinical applications for these techniques will be overviewed.

How 3-D Digital Scanning with Otoscan can benefit your audiology practice
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Mary Ormson, AuD, Peter Byrom
Audio
Course: #344340.5 Hours
No CEUs/Hours Offered
Mary Ormson, Medical Education Manager for Hearing & Balance at Natus Medical Incorporated interviews Peter Byron a private practice audiologist in the United Kingdom. Peter describes how he uses social media and innovative marketing strategies to successfully promote his practice and the use of 3-D ear scanning with Otoscan.

Q&A: Utilization of the ICS Impulse vs ICS ChartR VNG for Oculomotor Assessment with Alida Naude
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Alida Naude, Kayla van Rie
Text/Transcript
Course: #34384Level: Intermediate1 Hour
No CEUs/Hours Offered
This Q&A discussion describes the use of the ICS Impulse for the assessment of the oculomotor pathway in patients with vestibular pathology. Specific attention will be given regarding which tests analyze similar neurological pathways. The use of a different protocol using the ICS goggles compared to using the traditional VNG protocol will be explored.

Moving Closer to Universal CMV (Cytomegalovirus) Newborn Screening
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by Shannon Ross, MD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #33997Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection is the most common congenital infection in newborns and is a leading cause of hearing loss in children. Most infants with congenital CMV are asymptomatic at birth, but at risk for developing hearing impairment. With improved diagnostic testing for congenital CMV and more widespread recognition of the importance of early identification of infants at risk for hearing loss, there is increasing interest to screen all newborn infants for congenital CMV. This presentation will review the epidemiology and outcome of congenital CMV and the testing modalities to screen newborn infants. In addition, the current movement towards more widespread targeted and universal screening for congenital CMV will be discussed.

Simple and Evidence-Based ABR Protocol for Infant Hearing Assessment
Natus (formerly Otometrics) CEU courses
Presented by James Hall, PhD
Recorded Webinar
Course: #33939Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This presentation offers practical evidence-based information on auditory brainstem response (ABR) that can be applied clinically in the accurate diagnosis of infant auditory dysfunction. The presentation reviews test parameters and protocols for efficient single channel air- and bone-conduction ABR measurement plus the role of auditory steady state response (ASSR). Strategies and technical advances are described for performing a complete frequency-specific ABR assessment in 30 minutes or less, and combining ABR with other objective auditory procedures (otoacoustic emissions and aural immittance measurement), for successful infant hearing assessment in natural sleep.