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FEB 2023 ● Aetiology, diagnosis and management of vestibular disorders in children

Academia Webinar - February 9, 2023

We are honored to announce a series of 3 lectures managed by a International Respected Expert:


Consultant Audiovestibular Physician/Neurotologist and Clinical Lead in Paediatric Audiology, Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool. 

Here is the first appointment: 

FEBRUARY 9, 2023 ● 06:00 pm (CET) 
"Aetiology, diagnosis and management of vestibular disorders in children" 

This presentation includes an overview of the developing paediatric vestibular system in children, aetiology of paediatric vestibular disorders, the diagnostic process with evidence based latest methods and their management. The differences in paediatric vestibular diagnosis and disease profiles are also highlighted from the authors’ personal series. 


JAN 2023 ● Selective canal impairment on video-HIT in peripheral vestibular diseases

Webinar January, 26, 2023

JANUARY 26, 2023 ● 06:00 pm (CET) 
"Selective canal impairment on video-HIT in peripheral vestibular diseases" 

In collaboration with VIS - Vestibology Italian Society directed by Prof. Augusto Pietro Casani, we announce the webinar “Selective canal impairment on video-HIT in peripheral vestibular diseases”.

The introduction of modern tools assessing otolith and ampullary reflexes in the high-frequency domain (VEMPs and video-HIT, respectively) has enabled a fast functional analysis of all inner ear receptors, offering new interpretations for end-organs and afferents abnormalities detected in patients with cochleo-vestibular pathologies. 
The literature review highlights how vestibular disorders could result in specific lesion patterns, including selective dysfunctions involving a single receptor. 

A series of patients with isolated impairment of a semicircular canal at the video-HIT will be presented and discussed. Each selective canal dysfunction will be correlated to the remaining clinical-instrumental data and related inner ear pathology. The underlying hypothetical pathomechanism accounting for each single scenario will be provided, with the help of pertinent bibliographic support. 

JAN 26, 2023 ● 06:00 pm (CET)
Selective canal impairment on video-HIT in peripheral vestibular diseases

JAN 2023 ● Seminar in Applied Probe Microphone Measurements

Webinar January, 23, 2023

JANUARY 23, 2023 ● 03:00 pm (CET) 
"Seminar in Applied Probe Microphone Measurements" 

This two hours seminar will cover the scientific principles behind the probe microphone measurements as applied in hearing clinics. 
Dr. Jay Jindal, consultant audiologist at AudiologyPlanet, and Ms Nicole da Rocha, business developer at Advanced Bionics, will briefly discuss the theory and go through how the PMM are performed in the clinic. 

The course is designed for audiologists seeing adult patients for hearing device prescription. 
Basic knowledge of PMM will be helpful. 

JAN 23, 2023 ● 03:00 pm (CET)
Seminar in Applied Probe Microphone Measurements

North America Events 2022

North America Events 2022

Year 2022 was for us a year of satisfaction and achievements, of innovation and passion
We made sure that all of you could see this with your own eyes, and thus understand what characterises Inventis: starting in January, we had the incredible opportunity to travel the world, attending several events in different States! 

From St. Louis to Orlando, from San Antonio to Boca Raton... We are delighted to be back on the road again and to meet you in person!

Here are some events at which Inventis was present: 

  • AAA 2022 + HearTECH Expo 
  • 2022 FLAA Convention 
  • IHS 71st Annual Convention & Expo 
  • FCOM 2022 + EXPO

A 2023 full of incredible surprises awaits us, are you ready to discover them with us in the upcoming events?

Academia 2022

Academia 2022

The 2022 edition of Academia has come to an end. It has been a hugely successful edition, that has given us countless satisfactions. 

Figures confirm the success of the initiative:

  • 28 scientific events in Italian, English and French
  • more than 4,000 registered people
  • more than 20,000 hours of training
  • 92% interest rate

The webinar calendar for this 2022 has been full of events which have seen, as speakers, respected professionals in the hearing and vestibular field. 

Thank you all for showing such great interest and helping to make this year of Academia unique! 

Waiting to present you the calendar for 2023, here is the Academia 2022 video: 

Go to the video

Enjoy watching! 

DEC 2022 ● Visually Induced Dizziness

Webinar December 1, 2022

DECEMBER 1, 2022 ● 06:00 pm (CET) 
"Visually Induced Dizziness" 

Visually Induced Dizziness is often described by patients attending the balance clinic. It is associated with peripheral and central vestibular disorders, can be one of the more disabling aspects of the patient’s condition and, if not identified and managed effectively, will impact a patient’s recovery.

During this session, Amy Lennox, Aud, will give clinicians tools and resources to identify Visually Induced Dizziness, context to help explain the condition to patients and tips and tricks on how to manage patients with Visually Induced Dizziness.

DEC 1, 2022 ● 06:00 pm (CET)
Visually Induced Dizziness

NOV 2022 ● FCOM 2022

Inventis FCOM Boca Raton

26th Annual Florida Combined Otolaryngology Meeting
Boca Raton, FL, November 11-13, 2022

We are ready to meet you in person once again, at the 26th Annual Florida Combined Otolaryngology Meeting (FCOM), which will be held from November 11 to 13 at the Boca Raton Resort in Boca Raton, FL.

FCOM is a combined annual meeting that includes the Florida Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Florida Society of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Network of Florida Otolaryngologists and Network of Medical Audiology Professionals.

Inventis will be exhibiting at booth number #457, where you can discover its state-of-the-art equipment.

Visit us! We will be more than glad to show you our:

Clinical solutions:  

  • Piano - the Inventis audiometer with 2 separate and independent channels which features Multi Frequency and High Frequency beside the standard tests, all easily managed via a wide touch screen colour display;
  • Clarinet - Inventis middle ear analyzer, featured with all the tests needed for an accurate investigation of middle ear disorders such as automatic and manual tympanometry, acoustic reflex threshold, decay and latency examinations, ETF for intact and perforated eardrums, high frequency and multi-component tympanometry.

Diagnostic solutions:

  • Cello - Inventis audiometer fully controlled through the software Maestro, which is capable of performing beside the standard tests, several additional tests including QuickSIN™, HF audiometry, and video-VRA;
  • Trumpet - Inventis advanced Real Ear Measurement system and diagnostic audiometer. The best combination unit in terms of portability, convenience and size.

Balance solution:

  • SYNAPSYS VNG - Inventis line of video nystagmography systems with wireless camera, ideal for a complete vestibular analysis.

And much more!

We invite all of you to participate in the 2022 Florida Combined Otolaryngology Annual Meeting, either online or in-person! We look forward to seeing you at booth #457

OCT 2022 ● EUHA

Inventis EUHA Hannover

66th Inter­na­tional EUHA Congress 2022
Hannover, October 12-14, 2022

The 66th Inter­na­tional EUHA Congress 2022 and the industrial exhibition will take place from October 12 to 14 in the state-of-the-art Convention Center (CC) of Deutsche Messe, Hannover, Germany.

The EUHA International Congress is one of the most awaited events for hearing care professionals, as it represents a moment of gathering and exchange of ideas, as well as a unique opportunity to learn about the latest innovations in this field.
The congress programme includes a wide range of topics, including the latest medical and audiological advances and strategies to improve hearing aid fitting.

On this occasion, we will be at the forefront showing you our innovative audiological portfolio in a completely new way.
At booth number 210, an 8-step tour will guide you through the state-of-the-art Inventis equipment:

  • starting with screening devices, easy to use and portable; 
  • continuing with our diagnostics devices, designed for the most demanding professionals; 
  • you will then enter the world of balance, filled with innovation; 
  • in the following step you will get to know an incredible news regarding one of our amazing devices; 
  • to continue you will find the devices for the perfect fitting. 

To conclude this tour, you will experience  a full immersion in two Inventis software solutions and in our educational programme: 

  • Satellite, our innovative tele-audiology solution; 
  • Symphonia, the software for the creation of virtual sound environments, 
  • Academia, Inventis' educational programme with the aim of sharing knowledge within the audiology and balance fields. 

Discover a piece of Inventis portfolio at each of these steps!  

Do not miss the opportunity to get to know our unique audiological equipment, to experience the potential of tele-medicine first-hand, or to enter a world of virtual sound environment!

Book your session!

We look forward to seeing you at booth #210!

OCT 2022 ● Roll up your sleeves: (Hands-on) REM basics with CARL

Webinar October 26, 2022

OCTOBER 26, 2022
"Roll up your sleeves: (Hands-on) REM basics with CARL"

During this session, Clayton Fisher, clinical audiologist and audiology consultant and owner of Treat Hearing Health Care, provides pragmatic tips-and-tricks for learning the basic, hands-on techniques and skills required to become competent and confident in performing Real-Ear Measurement (REM). Clayton demonstrates these essential REM procedures by performing a complete hearing aid fitting on audiology simulator CARL.  

OCTOBER 26, 2022 ● 06:00 pm CEST
Roll up your sleeves: (Hands-on) REM basics with CARL


SEP 2022 ● Spin Your Brain (for good)!

Webinar September 15, 2022

SEPTEMBER 15, 2022
"Spin Your Brain (for good)!"

During this course, Sheila Thelen (Master Figure Skating Coach & President of Vestibular Training Services) will be demonstrating how applying 30 years of world class sports training tools/vestibular to professionals and the general public.  Sheila will describe her work with professional athletes & post concussion & NASA & children with autism & the aging population. Her spinning platform & harness system is AMAZING TO WATCH/LEARN! Very interesting applications for the vestibular system for: balance, cognitive & non spatial disorientation.
Learning Outcome: 

broader understanding of rehabilitation of the vestibular system with innovation & application in multiple populations. 

SEP 15, 2022 ● 06:00 pm (CEST) ● 12:00 pm (EDT)
Spin Your Brain (for good)!