Oldenburg Measurement Applications - The Basis of All Modules
The " Oldenburg Measurement Applications " provide audiologists working in clinics, research and hearing care with an instrument that allows them to carry out important and new procedures in hearing diagnostics using a flexible and modular system. The range extends from the classic speech test and loudness scaling to speech audiometry procedures in quiet and in noise.
The speech audiometric procedures - GÖSA, OLSA, OLKISA, WAKO, OLKI and AAST - are characterized by high accuracy, phonetic balance, equivalent test lists and natural pronunciation. All test procedures are suitable for use in noise, so that they record the hearing ability of those affected in a situation that corresponds to the everyday demands on hearing.
The Oldenburg Measurement Applications are available both as a CE-certified medical product for use with a PC-controlled audiometer and as a research version (R&D) for use with a PC and sound card.
Brief description of all procedures Speech audiometry
OLSA – Oldenburg sentence test
Repeatable speech audiometry with complete sentences (OLSA).
Target groups: adults/CI use
MATRIX - International Matrix tests
Repeatable speech audiometry with complete sentences in 20 languages (MATRIX).
Target groups: Adults/CI user
OLKISA – simplified Matrix test
Reduced matrix test for children and adults (OLKISA)
Reduced international matrix tests for children and adults (SIMPLIFIED MATRIX)
GÖSA – Göttingen sentence test
Speech audiometry with everyday sentences (GÖSA)
Target group: Adults
WAKO – rhyme test
Speech audiometry with monosyllables for adults (WAKO)
OLKI – Oldenburg rhyme test for children
Child-friendly speech audiometry with words and pictures (OLKI)
Only in German
Target groups: children, especially of elementary class levels 1 to 4
AAST – Adaptive Auditory Speech test
Playful determination of the speech intelligibility threshold (AAST)
Target groups: children from 4 years
Audiometric procedures (without speech)
KLS – Adaptive categorial Loudness scaling
Psychoacoustical measurement for the assessment of the individual loudness perception (KLS)
Target group: Adults
mFAST – Multifrequency animal sound test
Playful determination of the hearing threshold (mFAST)
Target group: children from 3 years also with low word span