BSER

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AcronymDefinition
BSERBest System of Emission Reduction (US EPA)
BSERBrain Stem Evoked Response (Audiology)
BSERBrain Stem Electric Response (audiometry)
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Tenders are invited for Brain stem evoked response audiometer
Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry Clinical Audiovestibulometry for Otologists and Neurologists, 3rd edn.
Short Latency Response (SLR) is popularity known as Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA).
Known as the auditory brain stem evoked response, the $35,000 machine sends soft sounds to a baby's ears, and the brain response is then passed via electrodes into a laptop computer for hearing analysis.
It is called the brain stem evoked response (BSER) audiogram.
But with the advent of the advanced electrophysiological tests of hearing like Brain Stem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA), Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE), Electrocochleography and Auditory Steady State Response audiometry (ASSR), it is now possible to diagnose hearing loss even in a new born baby with certainty and accuracy.