The countdown’s on for BAA 2023

Next month marks the British Academy of Audiology’s Conference in Coventry, and our team’s busy getting set to showcase our range of innovative devices.

We’ll be at stands D02 and C02 throughout the two-day event, where you’ll find:

Neuranix’s med-wave® device

Designed to perform gentle, non-invasive middle ear analysis in a matter of seconds. DP was named the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor for Italy-based Neuranix’s med-wave® device in September.

Based on patented PLAI™ methodology, the device performs a multi-frequency test using a probe that sends chirp signals from 100 to 3000 Hz that are then analysed at frequencies from 100 to 1500Hz.

Med-wave® processes the data collected and compares it with its proprietary database of pathologies in order to offer quick, painless, objective assessment of ear health status.

We’ll be joined by Giulia Devoto from Neuranix at the conference.

Find out more about our partnership with Neuranix.

DIFRA Instrumentation’s range of diagnostic balance disorder equipment

We’ll also be joined by Olivier Dirix from DIFRA Instrumentation.

We were proud to be named Belgium-based DIFRA's exclusive supplier for the UK and Ireland earlier this year, bringing the company's extensive range of audio vestibular devices to the UK and Ireland healthcare markets, providing a complete solution to practitioners wishing to perform detailed balance assessments.

The range includes monocular and binocular googles for performing video-nystagmographs, electro-nystagmographs, oculographs and video-head impulse tests.

All operate with DIFRA’s DiSoft II Software – the most advanced software for vestibular diagnostics. Rotational chairs and caloric testers are also available as part of the DIFRA range.

Find out more about our partnership with DIFRA Instrumentation here.

And we’ll also be showcasing our KAPS Microscope, as well as single-use instruments and our treatment unit and patient chair from Heinemann.

The event will be the 19th Annual Conference of the British Academy of Audiology, bringing together members to develop their professional skills, provide a benchmark for quality and professional standards, and promote audiology as an autonomous profession.

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