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Better ABR Outcomes with Vivosonic Integrity Technology

At the CAA 2018 Conference in October, speakers from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Western University presented information during our Breakfast Symposium: Better ABR Outcomes with Vivosonic Integrity Technology. Key points included: 1. Development and application of nHL to eHL corrections 2. Ontario’s transition to the Integrity™ within an EHDI program 3. ABR assessment protocol for infant hearing […]

Vivosonic at CAA 2018

Join us at the CAA conference on October 17 to 20, 2018 in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Visit our booth (#29) to view a demonstration of Integrity™ V500. We invite you to attend our Breakfast Symposium on Friday, October 19th, 7AM to 8:45AM. The presentation, Better ABR Outcomes with Vivosonic Integrity™ Technology, will be presented by K. […]

Improving Signal-To-Noise Ratio (SNR) for Optimizing Repeatable Auditory Brainstem Responses

  At the AAA 2018 conference in Nashville, TN, the following session was presented: EC209 – Improving Signal-To-Noise Ratio (SNR) for Optimizing Repeatable Auditory Brainstem Responses Aaron Steinman, Ph.D. Director of Research, Vivosonic Inc. Key points included: A look at noise reduction A look at signal enhancement An understanding of what contributes to a better […]

Hearing Assessment of Neonates at Risk for Hearing Loss – Brazil

This study reviewed the audiological diagnosis of neonates at high risk for hearing loss referred by maternity hospitals to a high complexity service on hearing health in Brazil. The auditory brainstem response (ABR) test was performed using the Integrity V500 equipment (Vivosonic Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada). The children were naturally asleep or awake. Among the 104 subjects, […]

Hearing Aids for Babies: Predicting Audiograms from ABR for Candidacy and Fitting

At the April AAA 2018 conference in Nashville, TN, the following session was presented: LM212: Hearing Aids for Babies: Predicting Audiograms from ABR for Candidacy and Fitting. Susan Scollie, Marlene Bagatto, Viji Easwar, David Purcell Key points included: Rationale for correcting from nHL to eHL for the purposes of threshold estimation in infants prior to […]

Residual Noise Using Intelligent Hearing and Vivosonic Integrity ABR Systems

Julie Thein, B.S., Joseph Vasey, B.S., Linda Norrix, Ph.D. and David S. Velenovsky, Ph.D. Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, The University of Arizona   This experiment was designed to test the effectiveness and efficiency of the IHS (using artifact rejection) and VIVO (using Kalman filtering, the Amplitrode, and Bluetooth) ABR systems in reducing […]

Audiology Measurement Using Telemedical Solution in Central Asia

In remote, difficult-to-access areas, telecommunications technology for audiology assessments may be helpful for early detection of hearing defects. This study presents results of using telemedical tools to perform diagnostic Auditory Brainstem Responses (ABRs) in Kyrgyzstan from Poland. Click to read article: Audiology Measurement Using Telemedical Solution in Central Asia  

AAA 2018 Presentation – Improving Signal-To-Noise Ratio for Optimizing Repeatable ABR

Visit us at AAA 2018 – Vivosonic Booth #1425! Join us for an education session: EC209: Improving Signal-To-Noise Ratio for Optimizing Repeatable Auditory Brainstem Responses Thursday, April 19, 2018: 11:30 AM-12:30 PM Room: 205ABC  Aaron Steinman, PhD, PEng – Director of Research, Vivosonic Inc. (Lead Presenter) Instructional Level Intermediate Learning Objectives Upon completion, participants will […]

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