ABR screening system MB 11 Classic
for pediatric audiometrycomputer-based

ABR screening system
ABR screening system
ABR screening system
ABR screening system
ABR screening system
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ABR screening system
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for pediatric audiometry


Our MB 11 Classic offers fast, automated Auditory Brainstem Response screening tests for newborns. The ABR software combines three steps in one - controlling the measurement, viewing results and managing patient data. Choose between conducting the device using insert phones with Infant EarCups™ or eartips. The patented CE-Chirp® with its advanced ABR detection algorithm and the integrated automatic impedance check allow you to screen your little patient within seconds. Features at a glance: Very fast automated ABR Screening with CE-Chirp® stimulus Simultaneous testing of both ears at the same time Advanced FSS algorithm provides “PASS” or “REFER” result Automatic impedance check ensuring precise and clear signal conditions Automatic data export for easy tracking Sanibel Infant EarCups™ and Snap Electrodes Faster ABR Test Results with Our Patented CE-Chirp® The MB 11 Classic uses a patented CE-Chirp® stimulus to ensure very fast and accurate Auditory Brainstem Response Hearing Screening for infants. The CE-Chirp® stimulates all regions of the cochlea simultaneously, thus generating much higher responses and faster results compared to a standard click. With the advanced FSS algorithm, the measurement obtains very fast and accurate results. The test takes less than 3 minutes if the device detects a response for both ears at 35 dB nHL. Perfect Positioning with Sanibel Disposables The MB 11 Classic is designed to be used with Sanibel Infant EarCups™. These special EarCups™ allow easy positioning over the ears before starting the ABR hearing test.


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