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Stimmgabel a1 440 Hz - für Ohrenärzte

Tuning fork for otologists a1 440 Hz

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Tuning fork for ENT to examine the air and bone conduction of sound. Dimensions: Length:... more
Tuning fork for ENT to examine the air and bone conduction of sound.

Dimensions: Length: approx. 17 cm, Material: stainless steel

Scope of delivery: 1 tuning fork
evidENT-Shop Article 639

The Weber test is used to determine a lateralization of the hearing sensation using a tuning fork. The physiologist Ernst Heinrich Weber (1795-1878) from Leipzig described it for the first time in 1825. The Hildesheim psychiatrist Heinrich Rinne (1819-1868) completed the test in 1855. While the Weber experiment serves to compare the sensation of sound between both ears during bone conduction, the Rinne experiment compares air and bone conduction. Together, the two tests form a standard test for examining hearing impairment or the eighth cranial nerve.
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