See also: Test Type Working Principles
ABR and other evoked potentials (e.g. ASSR) can be stored in Audiqueen.
There are two ways to enter ABR results into Audiqueen.
- If your measuring apparatus allows you to make a test report (typically a pdf file) with the test results, Audiqueen’s Easy File Attach will do the job for you.
- Audiqueen opens the software that comes with the apparatus, then you perform the test, save the report, close the application and Audiqueen will fetch and import the report automatically.
- For this you can use the built-in ABR custom test (see How do I add a built-in Custom Test? & How to configure the Easy File Fetcher? ).
- If your measuring apparatus can only create a printed report, you can scan this document and Audiqueen then allows you to enter this pdf manually. If the scanner is connected to Audiqueen, this is a very easy and seamless operation.
For this you can use the built-in AB custom test (see How to set up a document scanner ).
The ABR results are summarized in the list showing the stimulus used and the indices. Audiqueen displays a preview of the report.
The original report can be readily opened with the proper software (e.g. Acrobat Reader for pdf reports).