Detailed diagnostic tests include-
- Puretone audiometry – Measuring the air and bone conduction threshold
- Speech audiometry – Speech Reception Threshold (SRT)
- Speech Discrimination Threshold (SDT)
Hearing aid assessment
- Aided Audiogram
- Speech Perception Evaluation
A test to check different volumes and pitches in a child’s ears.
- BOA or VRA
- Condition Play Audiometry
Assess the middle ear function, test includes:
- Stapedial acoustic reflex
- Eustachian Tube Function test (If needed)
- Reflex decay
Evaluate the hearing threshold and diagnose retrocochlear lesions.
- Placement of Electrodes
- Hearing of various sounds
- Measures changes in Brain Electrical Activity (EEG)
- No Risk of Complication
Neonatal hearing screening
Universal newborn screening play a vital role in early Identification of hearing loss – OAE equipment is used to identify hearing loss.
Industrial Auditory Screening
Industrial hearing screening is a mobile solution to performing hearing tests worldwide. A hearing screening is a simple “pass” or “fail” test. Its purpose is to determine if you have normal hearing or not. It usually consists of a series of beeps or tones at the limit of normal range to see if you are able to hear them.
Tinnitus Assessment and Management
Tinnitus is not a disease, it is a symptom of another condition. Tinnitus Assessment can be done in three stages – Hearing (audiological) exam, Movement, and Imaging Tests. The Management is done by Medications but in some cases, they may help reduce the severity of symptoms or complications.
Vestibular Assessment and Management
Vestibular function testing or VFTs, is a series of tests that can evaluate hearing function. Electronystagmography/Videonystagmography (ENG/VNG) is the most commonly used test to evaluate the vestibular system. Vertigo can be effectively relieved by pharmacological treatment, physical therapy, surgery, or psychotherapy.