medrx tympanometer

MedRx Releases First Desktop Tympanometer

LARGO, FLORIDA — MedRx Inc. has announced the release of their newest  products; the Otowave 302 and 302+ Tympanometers. The Otowave 302 and 302+ Tympanometer  models were released for sale at the end of November and are currently available in the United States and in select countries.

This tympanometer will be the first MedRx tympanometer intended for desktop use in an office or clinical setting. 

 

MedRx Otowave Tympanometers

 

MedRx Diagnostic tympanometers allow hearing care professionals to conduct tympanometry and acoustic reflex testing. The new 302 models feature a 226 probe tone, +200daPa to -400daPa pressure range, programmable 500, 1k, 2k, and 4k ipsilateral and contralateral reflex functions, and a 70 to 100dB reflex range.

medrx otowave tympanometer

The internal memory can store up to 36 patient results and easily be transferred to patient  management systems with MedRx STUDIO and Noah compatibility. More product specifications can be found on the MedRx website. 

In addition to the features included with the standard 302, the 302+ conducts 1000 Hz probe tones for  pediatric patients and has 6 customizable patient profile buttons to ensure more efficient testing. 

MedRx also offers 3 other tympanometer options in the Otowave line, including the 102 Screening  Tympanometer, 202 Handheld Diagnostic Tympanometer, and the 202H—a high-frequency version of  the 202 for use with pediatric patients.  

 

About MedRx Inc

MedRx Inc. is a U.S. based manufacturer and developer of computerized audiometric equipment,  specifically designed for the hearing care professional. To receive more information about the new Otowave 302 or 302+ Tympanometer, please contact our  U.S. Office at (888)392-1234. If you are located outside of the U.S., please contact our International  office at +49 30 70 71 46 50.

 

Source: MedRx Inc


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