BERA-GN Otomatrics


Auditory Evoked Potentials (AEP or EP or BERA) testing provides useful diagnostic information from the collection of evoked responses to stimuli. In neurology, EP is used to evaluate brainstem function or the presence of abnormalities of the nervous system. In audiology, EP testing is used to evaluate and estimate hearing levels (degree), differentiate types of hearing loss (conductive/sensorineural), and even assess parts of the balance system. EP testing is useful in difficult to test populations where the patient, for a variety of reasons, may not be able to respond to behavioral or more traditional audiometric testing.

Easy access to educational support Users of ICS Chartr equipment can benefit from the best training and support in the industry including:   In-depth equipment training.
  Ongoing customer support.
  Training videos.
  Classroom and on-line education (regional).
   Our well-respected, “Insights in Practice”.
  Demo patient data assists in learning process.

VEMP adds valuable diagnostic information to the vestibular test battery

function of the semicircular canals of the vestibular system. cVEMP and oVEMP fills the gap by assessing the function of the saccule and utricule which no other tests does. This provides important clinical information in patient diagnosis.