In La Clinica Visual y Auditiva, we are equipped with the latest technology to ensure the safety of our patients, as well as the accuracy and reliability of diagnostic results such as:
- Video electronystagmography
- Auditory evoked potential
- Steady-state evoked potential
- Evoked potential single frequency and specific frequency
- Equipment for othacoustic emissions
This is a series of tests for patients whose ears do not correctly interpret the perceived sound stimuli. In other words, they are “able to listen but not understand.”
- Dichotic tests
- Temporal processing tests
- Mono Testing
- Binaural interaction tests
- Test location
- Test lateralization and testing and objective
- Objective tests electrophysiological and electroacoustic
- Testing Bepadi
Evaluates the functionality and anatomical aspect of the vocal cords. Acoustic analysis of voice and electro laryngeal myography are carried out.
Audiological test that complements and corroborates diagnosis, as well as evoke auditory potential. It can specify the degree of hearing loss from the range of 250 to 4.000Hz.
Evaluates the electrical response of the cochlea and allows differential diagnosis for vertiginous syndromes.
Made with imported material to ensure complete sealing of the ear canal in order to isolate noise and prevent water from entering.
Series of tests that are useful in the diagnosis of:
The VHIT is a new diagnostic test for people suffering from vertigo. With the VHIT, exploration of balance in the inner ear (vestibular system) is faster and more convenient for the patient than other techniques. Another advantage is that it does not cause any other side effects such as vertigo when the test is performed.
The VHIT records and analyzes the vestibular-ocular reflex through analysis of eye movements that occur at certain head movements. With this test the operation of the vestibular system and its degree of involvement is determined.
Using special equipment, the auditory brainstem level is evaluated. This is specially for neurological- and auditory-uncooperative patients diagnosed with Down Syndrome and emotion disorders, as well as toddlers and babies.
Auditory evoked potential can define the degree of hearing loss from the range of 250 to 4.000 Hz through a tone burst stimulus type.
Real ear measurement and fitting of hearing aids with the use of computerized equipment.
Objective and noninvasive test which assesses the functionality of the outer hair cells located in the cochlea. The otoacoustic emissions are originated from the energy released by the cochlea, and recorded by the ear canal.