Infant hearing testing.ICS (1) (Internet Connection Sharing) A Windows feature that enables two or more computers to share one Internet connection. First introduced in Windows 98 Second Edition, sharing is accomplished with network address translation (NAT), which is the common method. Medical Corporation, a manufacturer of computer-based systems for otoneurologic testing, has launched CHARTR EP with PediABR. CHARTR EP is a Windows [R] based evoked-potential auditory brainstem response Auditory brainstem response (ABR) is an electrical signal evoked from the brainstem of a human or other mammal by the presentation of a sound such as a click.
Auditory brainstem response audiometry (ABR) testing system that includes PediABR, specifically designed for pediatric pediatric /pe·di·at·ric/ (pe?de-at´rik) pertaining to the health of children.
Of or relating to pediatrics. testing.
CHARTR EP with PediABR was developed to provide fast, accurate assessment of hearing in babies. It allows for quick setup by providing linked protocols for infant testing, including PediScreen, PediTone and PediBone protocols. It plots tone-burst thresholds on a graph similar to an audiogram--called the PediGram. Continuous stimulation prevents disturbances to the baby during testing.
The ICS Medical system enhances diagnostic value with features such as dB nHL values for tone-burst stimuli and P300 and MMN (event-related potentials) for assessing hearing and language dysfunction. Plotted wave V threshold values can be input into the NOAH Noah (nō`ə) [Heb.,=to rest], in the Bible, the builder of the ark. Righteous Noah and his family were the only people God saved from a world sunk in sin. audiogram au·di·o·gram
A graphic record of hearing ability for various sound frequencies.
A chart or graph of the results of a hearing test conducted with audiographic equipment. for programming hearing aids.