Tuning fork 440 Hz for hearing function diagnosis
- Produces concert A1 pitch (440 Hz)
- For procedures with the Rinne-Weber test and Gellé approach
- For measuring air and bone conduction
- Ideal for the ENT discipline
- Quantity: 1 tuning fork
440 Hz Tuning Fork
The 440 Hz medical tuning fork with a base is quite useful in the ENT discipline. The tuning fork produces the concert A1 pitch (440 Hz) and assists in the examination of the air conductivity and bone conductivity of sound. With this model, theRinne-Weber test and Gellé approach can be carried out, for example.
In otosclerosis diagnostics, the 440 Hz tuning fork offers the ability to test the mobility of the ossicular chain (Gellé approach). In the Ear, Nose and Throat discipline, the tuning fork is suited for testing hearing (Rinne approach, Weber approach). Testing hearing via the Rinne and Weber approach is the standard test for examining hearing impairment.
- Frequency: 440 Hz (concert pitch A1)
Manufacturer: Christophorus CBC