GSI AMTAS™ Pro
VALIDATED AND ACCURATE
GSI AMTAS™, or Automated Method for Testing Auditory Sensitivity, is a patient directed evaluation tool that
uses patented test methods and accuracy algorithms to obtain diagnostic or screening audiometry. With years
of research and development, the validity of AMTAS has been proven through comprehensive studies.
FOCUS ON PATIENT CARE
AMTAS was created as a resource for clinicians to help manage their busy schedules and promote an
efficient office environment. Most importantly, AMTAS frees up the clinician, allowing more time to focus
on patient care.
AMTAS is available in two versions, AMTAS Pro™ and
AMTAS Flex™, which give the hearing professional
options to best fit specific clinical needs. With numerous
comprehensive studies backed by years of research
and development, AMTAS is different from other
automated audiometric tests. AMTAS provides
up to nine quality indicators, classification of
audiometric findings, and two report formats.
In a busy practice, AMTAS helps the clinician manage more
than one patient at a time. Basic diagnostic testing can be
completed with one patient using AMTAS while the clinician
can tend to the needs of other patients.
APPOINTMENTS ARE STREAMLINED
When a patient returns for an annual evaluation, the
clinician can get them started with AMTAS while a clean
and check of hearing aids is completed.
Quality Indicators and the classification of audiometric
findings give clinicians the tools required to determine the
most appropriate next steps in testing and follow up.
AMTAS Pro offers diagnostic air conduction, bone conduction, and speech (SRT and WRS) testing with masking.
This self directed test typically takes about 15 minutes to complete and the report provides quality indicators to
assist the clinician in determining the accuracy of the test. AMTAS Pro is operated through a computer connected
to a compatible GSI Audiometer.
AMTAS Flex is tablet based and does not require an audiometer. This version offers air conduction screening
and threshold audiometry. The screening test is configurable and displays a Pass or Refer at the completion
of the test. The threshold test provides six quality indicators and the AMCLASS audiogram classification.