Multi-Frequency Technology for Acoustic Reflexes by PATH MEDICAL GmbH

Tympanometry is a key method for assessing middle ear status - measuring the ease of energy flow into the middle ear as air pressure changes. Traditionally using a 226 Hz tone, PATH MEDICAL devices now offer multi-frequency tympanometry with simultaneous presentation of probe tones at frequencies of 226, 678, 800, and 1000 Hz.
The acoustic reflex, involving the stapedius and tensor tympani muscles, stiffens the middle ear in response to sound, which can be measured similarly to tympanometry. By using multiple frequencies, PATH MEDICAL's devices aim to improve the detection robustness of acoustic reflexes against artifacts.

FMDPOAEs® - Frequency Modulated Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions

Unique Feature in the PATH MEDICAL devices – FMDPAOE
Frequency Modulated Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emission (FMDPOAE) testing is a unique feature in the PATH MEDICAL devices. It offers advantages that other devices do not. The FMDPOAE enhances the ability to obtain a robust response, thus helping to increase speed and efficiency during DPOAE testing.

Tinnitus-Matcher - new feature

Introducing Tinnitus Matcher by PATH MEDICAL GmbH - a comprehensive feature designed to assist in the precise identification and management of tinnitus. Our innovative Tinnitus Matcher allows for detailed pitch and loudness matching with unparalleled precision, down to 0.1 Hz and 1 dB HL respectively. With its advanced capabilities and compatibility with various air conduction transducers, Tinnitus Matcher provides invaluable insights into tinnitus perception and aids in formulating effective management plans, ultimately improving patient outcomes.

Pressurized Otoacoustic Emission Testing

The SENTIERO DESKTOP//DIAGNOSTIC from PATH MEDICAL GmbH - is a cutting-edge device that combines tympanometry and OAE (Otoacoustic Emission) testing in one, streamlining the assessment process. By integrating these functionalities, the device enables clinicians to evaluate the middle ear condition and perform OAE testing under pressurized conditions, ensuring optimal detection of emissions. This innovative solution maximizes the accuracy of OAE responses, helping to mitigate false positives for Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SNHL) and enhancing diagnostic precision.