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Hearing Diagnosis Solutions
Hearing Diagnosis Solutions
Bio – Logic Navigator Pro
Full AEP Functionality Includes:
- Click evoked ABR
- Tone burst ABR
- Auditory Steady State Response (ASSR)*
- Electrocochleography (ECochG)
- Middle latency response (MLR)
- Auditory late response (ALR), including P300**
- Electrical ABR (EABR)
Additional software/hardware modules expand the system’s functionality to include a wide range of tests on a single platform:
- Screening ABR
- Screening OAE
- Diagnostic DPOAE
- Diagnostic TEOAE
- Auditory Steady State Response
**P300 functionality has an additional cost to Navigator Pro base price.
Not all modules are available in all areas.
CFM – Olympic Brainz Monitor
Olympic Brainz Monitor
The Olympic Brainz Monitor is the latest technology in cerebral function monitoring (CFM)
Understanding an infant’s brain health is a critical part of your treatment decisions. Use of continuous Cerebral Function Monitoring provides vital information to clinicians to assist with earlier diagnosis and treatment1 — the Olympic Brainz Monitor is the optimal solution for fast & simple routine bedside monitoring.
The Olympic Brainz Monitor provides aEEG (amplitude integrated EEG), real time EEG and continuous measurement of impedance in 1, 2, and up to 3 channel configurations. The kiosk style interface allows real time monitoring of brain function, providing vital data that may assist in predicting outcomes.
Clinical Usage of aEEG Monitoring
Medical literature reports that aEEG monitoring can be used to:
- Monitor general neurological status
- Monitor and record seizures
- Monitor during hypothermic treatment to measure the effectiveness of treatment2
- The time to normal trace (TTNT) has prognostic value and is a good predictor of neurodevelopment outcome in term infants with Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) undergoing hypothermic treatment3
- Monitor aEEG patterns to indicate the presence of sleep wake cycling in preterm infants, which is associated with better outcomes in HIE patients4 and may add value in developmental care
- System based Online Help feature provides a step-by-step guide for setting up both the system and patient prep — allowing staff to start monitoring in minutes
- Intuitive navigation allows access to information fast when you need it most
- Versatile Patient Settings
- Easily add a channel to an existing single channel setup
- Cross cerebral, right and left hemisphere and up to 3-channel monitoring simplifies patient hook up and provides additional data when needed
Ease of Interpretation & Collaboration
CFM Viewer software implements similar functionality to the bedside unit, permitting review & analysis of recorded CFM data on a personal computer
Remote Consult & Review — offers remote viewing of active or completed recordings from any location
- Allows remote consultation
- Provides remote review and annotation of patient recordings with marked events appearing at bedside
CFMsight™ — Provides enhanced signal display for easier trace interpretation
Event Markers — User-customizable, time-stamped markers keep track of when medications are administered, making the review process more efficient and easier for cross collaboration.
File Management & Printing Options
Network archiving feature allows transfer of sessions and facilitates file management by increasing speed of transfer
Network printer connectivity simplifies charting and record keeping saving cost by allowing printing onto standard paper
Archive, restore and review patient files via USB, allowing data management even when not connected to the hospital network
1Utility of prolonged bedside amplitude-integrated encephalogram in encephalopathic infants. Mathur AM, Morris LD, Teteh F, Inder TE, Zempel J. Am J Perinatol. 2008 Nov;25(10):611-5. Epub 2008 Oct 7.
2Atlas of amplitude integrated EEGs in the Newborn, 2nd Edition. Lena Hellström-Westas (Author), Ingmar Rosen (Author), Linda S. de Vries (Author) (P.81 and p.82).
3Sleep-Wake Cycling on Amplitude-Integrated Electroencephalography in Term Newborns With Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy. Damjan Osredkar, MD*,, Mona C. Toet, MD*, Linda G. M. van Rooij, MD*, Alexander C. van Huffelen, MD, PhD, Floris Groenendaal, MD, PhD*, Linda S. de Vries, MD, PhD* PEDIATRICS Vol. 115 No. 2 February 2005, pp. 327-332.
4NeoReviews. Hellstrom-Westas, Rosen, deVries, Greisen. Vol 7 No. 2 February 2006