Tele-ABR using a satellite connection in a mobile van for newborn hearing testing.

  title={Tele-ABR using a satellite connection in a mobile van for newborn hearing testing.},
  author={Vidya Ramkumar and James W. Hall and Roopa Nagarajan and Vanaja Chittinahalli Shankarnarayan and Selvakumar Kumaravelu},
  journal={Journal of telemedicine and telecare},
  volume={19 5},
We assessed the feasibility of conducting Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) testing in a mobile van with satellite connectivity, with the help of trained health workers. ABR recordings in newborn babies made by telemedicine were compared with recordings made face to face. The auditory evoked response equipment was controlled by an audiologist at a nearby hospital. Videoconferencing was used during the testing process to monitor patient preparation by the village health worker. A total of 24… CONTINUE READING
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