The ASRA Audiometer is a third generation instrument which employs the latest electrical circuitry, coupled with continually developing software, to provide a unique range of facilities in a user friendly package for progressive occupational health professionals. Customer driven software upgrades are available annually to expand the feature available and to ensure each Asra is kept totally up-to- date. Installation and training are included with UK deliveries at no extra cost.
Entry of subject information : Entry of operator comments : Automatic testing in line with the BSA recommendations for pure tone audiometry : Automatic, semi-automatic or manual testing : Single or multiple pulse option : Storage of an almost infinite number of results on disk : Recall of stored results to screen for comparison with current test : Printout of result in full A4 format as shown below : option to merge-data with user-definable letters : Current H&SE scheme categorisation of results based on age and previous audiogram : Adaptation of test protocol to suit patient and operator : wide intensity range (-20 to +120 dB) to allow accurate assessment for all age groups : Frequency range I25 Hz to 12 kHz with 3 standard frequency lists or own list option : Export of results to database.
Production of recall lists showing name, works number, audiogram date and recall date, for any period in the future.
Production of test lists containing the same information but based on a previous period and selected by audiogram date.
Selection of stored audiograms by date and category number for printing out or statistical analysis.
Statistical analysis of audiograms found during any search sequence by category with the option to print it out e.g. annual statistics.
Production of a "word" mail merge file containing audiogram information selected by date and category to facilitate referral documentation.
Trend analysis of individual audiograms with results calculated on an annual loss basis irrespective of the time interval between them. This is an excellent way of highlighting those suffering from accelerated hearing loss.
The full system comprises the Asra Audiometer with earphones, patient response button, operator microphone, a PC and printer. The computer has to be able to run windows 2000, XP or Vista and have a free USB port. Any printer which is compatible with your PC's operating system is suitable.
The system can be supplied without the computer and printer if you already have a suitable unit available. It is equally at home with a netbook, notebook, desktop unit or networked system. Printouts to any windows compatible printer, connected locally or via a network can be accommodated.