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'MACSUG (Manual Audiometer Computer Simulator User Gizmo) is a simulated audiometer interface that provides hearing conservation and audiology educators with an educational resource for simulating and illustrating techniques and principles of manual audiometry and audiogram review.MACSUG visually displays the process of manual...
'MACSUG (Manual Audiometer Computer Simulator User Gizmo) is a simulated audiometer interface that provides hearing conservation and audiology educators with an educational resource for simulating and illustrating techniques and principles of manual audiometry and audiogram review.
MACSUG visually displays the process of manual pure-tone, air-conduction audiometric testing, when used in a teaching environment where the user (individual or instructor with students) enters input that simulates the response of the patient.
A computer using MACSUG (when used with a computer projector system or at least the computer’s monitor) can display to large groups concepts that demonstrate basic manual audiometry techniques in a format consistent with microprocessor audiometers used in industrial hearing conservation.
MACSUG may also be used to teach audiogram review and OSHA recordability determination for industrial hearing conservation programs, including calculation of shifts, STS metrics (with and without age corrections) and average hearing level.'
Technical Requirements: MACSUG is available as a downloadable application for PC. It is recommended that MACSUG be run on a PC running Windows® 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista. The minimum recommended display resolution for MACSUG is 1024 × 768.