• Tympstar Pro clinical tympanometer from Grason-Stadler

    TYMPSTAR PRO

    CLINICAL TYMPANOMETER
  • GSI Allegro handheld screening tympanometer from Grason-Stadler

    ALLEGRO

    SCREENING TYMPANOMETER
  • GSI 39 tympanometer and audiometer from Grason-Stadler

    GSI 39

    AUDIOMETER & TYMPANOMETER

TYMPANOMETERS 

Tympanometers include fully clinical and diagnostic instruments, screening devices with limited testing capabilities, handheld or portable options, and combination devices that have more than one modality. The type of tympanometer used in each facility depends on the patient population and testing needs. A clinical middle ear analyzer will be the most versatile and includes a number of predefined test types such as tympanometry with multiple probe tones, Y, B, and G immittance options, reflex thresholds, reflex decay, ARLT, Multi Hz, and ETF tests (intact, patent, patulous). Diagnostic tympanometers allow for basic tympanometry and ipsilateral acoustic reflex testing and sometimes have the option to upgrade to specific special tests such as contralateral reflex testing or additional probe tones. Screening and handheld tympanometers are limited to basic testing.

 

CURRENT GSI TYMPANOMETERS

An audiologist using the TympStar Pro tympanometer to test a patient

TYMPSTAR PRO | CLINICAL TYMPANOMETER

The GSI TympStar Pro™ offers comprehensive middle ear testing that supports the needs of hearing healthcare professionals. Change parameters on the fly or interpret results with the touch screen display. Protocols may be configured to optimize efficiency and workflow. Multiple protocols may be created and assigned to individual users in clinics with multiple practitioners, for maximum efficiency. Reliability, versatility, and confidence in testing are the hallmarks of the TympStar Pro. A redesigned shoulder probe and the touch screen display allow hearing healthcare professionals to easily change test ears and test parameters quickly and efficiently. The TympStar Pro continues to be the gold standard for clinical immittance.

 

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An audiologist using a screening tympanometer on a patient

ALLEGRO | SCREENING TYMPANOMETER

The GSI Allegro™ is a new handheld screening device ready to take on any testing environment that requires tympanometry and ipsilateral reflexes. The Allegro offers quick and easy testing with a logical four button navigation and user configurable test settings. Automatic measurements of middle ear status are completed in seconds. The Allegro includes a portable charging cradle, thermal printer, and carrying case.

 

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An infant undergoing tympanometry testing

GSI 39 | AUDIOMETER & TYMPANOMETER

The GSI 39™ Auto Tymp provides a flexible screening product for tympanometry, acoustic reflex measurements, and audiometry to meet testing needs today and in the future. The product is available in five different versions to meet the unique demands of each facility. All five versions are fast, versatile, and easy to use. It is possible to add additional modalities such as audiometry, contralateral reflexes, or 1000 Hz probe tone as the facility testing requirements expand. A special “combo” probe is an available option with all versions that combines both 226 Hz and 1000 Hz measurement capability. Both infant and adult normative ranges may be selected as a guide on the display and printouts.

 

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