It is now possible to print a comprehensive PDF report directly to a USB drive that is inserted in the TympStar Pro. If the TympStar Pro is not close enough to a PC for convenient transfer to GSI Suite, the wireless keyboard may be utilized to add patient information and comments. The PDF reports may be added to the PC that is connected to the EMR for easy data management.
- View and Edit Historic Sessions
The TympStar Pro saves 100 sessions in internal memory. It is now possible to load a historic session to view and edit the results. This is ideal when supervising students; reviewing tymps and verifying reflex threshold data provides training opportunities and demonstration of understanding. The historic sessions may be transferred or printed.
For ultimate flexibility in Eustachian Tube Function (intact TM) testing, the TympStar Pro now supports manual pressure control.
- Acoustic Reflex Latency Test (ARLT)
First researched in the 1970's, modern technology enables this simple clinical procedure. ARLT can be a sensitive indicator in distinguishing cochlear from retro cochlear lesions. Interest has focused on latency characteristics, rise and fall times of the reflex response, amplitude and recovery characteristics. This objective and fast evaluation is ideal for all ages.
- Flexible Printing Options
Printing directly to a printer from the TympStar Pro has never been so easy! It is possible to choose a standard summary report, select which tests to include in the default printout or select individual tests each time you press print.
- Auto Sequence Enhancements
Using the configuration application software, auto sequence testing may be defined quickly and effectively. Auto sequence testing moves automatically between test types for efficient and consistent evaluations. It is possible to define several sequences for different patient populations or different pathologies.
- Non-English Language Support
The GSI TympStar Pro now supports nine languages on the display screen of the instrument. Regional settings may be found and defined in the configuration application.