This Smart Note contains the basic instructions and workflow for acquisition of AEP screening results using the SmartScreener-Plus 2 software for the Solo and Duet hardware platforms, including use of the EarHug coupler.
THis Smart Note contains the basic instructions and workflow for acquisition of AEP screening results using the SmartScreener-Plus 2 software for the USBLite hardware platform, including use of the EarHug coupler.
P300 and Mismatched Negativity responses may be used to obtain very useful information about neuro-degenerative and neuro-pathological changes, especially in the language and information processing areas of the brain. These techniques are especially helpful to test patients with aphasia, dyslexia, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and other attention problems. This Smart Note describes suggested electrode placement, acquisition parameters, eye-blink artifact rejection, and analysis methods, for use with SmartEP in the Duet and USB hardware platforms.
Late Latency Responses, also known as ALR, are components of the auditory evoked potential response. The LLR response is found between 50 and 250 milliseconds from the time of stimulation, and appear to reflect the response of the auditory cortex. LLR testing can help determine the amount and type of hearing loss at specific frequencies, as well as provide information about the presence of nervous system abnormalities, particularly referring to… Read More »Acquiring Late Latency Responses using SmartEP
The following Smart Note covers the basic steps for acquiring AEP responses, when using the SmartEP software. These steps apply to SmartEP when used with the Duet, USB, USBLite, and Solo hardware platforms.
The following Smart Note covers some suggestions for test settings for acquiring ABRs elicited by Tone Burst stimuli, when using the SmartEP software. These settings can be used with the Duet, USB, USBLite, and Solo hardware platforms.
The following Smart Note covers some suggestions for electrode montages when using the Duet Platform. Includes descriptions and images of usual electrode placements for use while acquiring auditory evoked responses such as ECochG, ABR, cVEMP, and oVEMP.