We are concerned about your hearing, before, during the process, and, overall, after the fitting of the hearing device.
Fitting a hearing aid is a meticulous process, starting from the initial study, but not finishing with the fitting process itself.
To us, this process does not finish until the patient gets accustomed to its new situation, since we want to improve his/her well-being. Otoclinic continues seeing and advising their patients as many times as they need to.

Our main task starts where others end it up.

The fitting process requires the following steps:

1. Anamnesis

Patient’s history

2. Audiometric tests

Air-conduction tone audiometry.
Bone-conduction tone audiometry.
Discomfort threshold.
Speech audiometry.
Tonal free-field.
Verbal free-field

3. Selection of the device

Gain calculation.
Comparative analysis of characteristics.
Measurement “in situ”.

4. Subjective comparison of the device

Free-field tone audiometry.
Free-field speech audiometry.

5. Device Fitting

Impression.
Calculation of ventilation.
Material calculation.
Transducers calculation.
Configuration and parameter adjustment.

6. Subjective verification of definitive hearing aid

Free-field tone audiometry.
Free-field speech audiometry.

7. Hearing aid final report

Report to the specialist in Otorhinolaryngology
Documentation for the patient.
Manufacturer warranty.

8. Adaptation Plan

Demonstration and recommendations for use.
Comprehensive monitoring during the first month.
Semiannual check-ups.

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