Analyzers, Physiologic, Middle Ear, Acoustic Reflectometry

Definition : Middle-ear physiologic analyzers that measure the amplitude of the sound waves reflected off the tympanic membrane as a function of the distance from a sound source; the results are usually shown in a display and/or recorded as a graphic. These analyzers include a pulsed sound source and a microphone that picks up the sum of the emitted sound and the sound source reflected back, the higher the x, the higher the nullification or reinforcement of the sound waves.

Entry Terms : "Acoustic Otoscopes with Recorder" , "AORs" , "Acoustic Tympanometers" , "Tympanometers"

UMDC code : 18784

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Company Type: Parent

MedRx Inc

Company Type: Parent

MedRx, Largo, Fla, was established in 1994 by Ron Buck, and the company quickly grew to become a major manufacturer of hearing testing and fitting equipment. Today, MedRx employs 22 full-time employees and distributes its products in 44 countries. HR recently interviewed Buck and VP of Sales Terry Ross about the company's origins, objectives, and impact its systems have had on video otoscopy (VO), hearing testing, diagnostics, and hearing aid fitting.

Micro Audiometrics Corp

Company Type: Parent

Micro Audiometrics has released the Earscan Printing Utility (EPU) software application. This application will add functionality and convenience to your Earscan 3 Screening Audiometer (ES3S) and Earscan 3 Threshold Audiometer (ES3) by allowing you to print test data directly to any printer attached to your PC.

Plaza Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

Since 1970, Plaza Medical has been a worldwide provider of new, used and refurbished medical equipment. With dedication to high quality and customer satisfaction for over 35 years, we guarantee the new, used and refurbished medical equipment that we sell.

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