Stapes RP

Stapes Reporting Protocol

Stapes RP

The Stapes Reporting Protocol stores information from your patient’s Stapes surgery and sends you a report which includes an identifier number. This will then allow you to return to the patient’s file and add postoperative results at a later date.

A PDF version of your patients report is also included following every finalized entry allowing all patient PDFs to be kept in a single folder for later review and retrieval.

Coming soon for App Store and Google Play Store…

MERI-TRP on AppStore

MERI-TRP

Middle ear risk index with Tympanoplasty Reporting Protocol

MERI-TRP now automatically stores your patient information and calculates the MERI for the parameters you enter – both in MERI 2001 “classic” and the new 2021 Hybrid update.

The absence of a universally accepted protocol for reporting the results of tympanoplasty and ossicular chain reconstruction has been a major impediment resulting in inconsistent data that prevents proper comparisons between studies. Surprisingly few attempts have even been made to correct this issue. In 1992, Dr. Bruce Black suggested the SPITE system while in 2001 Dr. John Dornhoffer described the OOPS system. The most commonly used system internationally is the MERI which is a subset of the Tympanoplasty Reporting Protocol described by Jack Kartush in 1994.

  • Record your otologic surgical patient details in seconds 
  • Let the app automatically calculate the MERI for you 
  • Return later to add Postop results using your patient’s unique Tracking ID 
  • Quickly find subsets of your data for research, publication – or simply assessing your own results

e-DHI

e-DHI, second application of us,

you can;

  • calculate the Dizziness Handicap Inventory very easily,

  • enter the patient information,

  • send the index to your own mail,

You can download the e-DHI application from both the App Store and the Google Play Store to your smartphone and / or tablet for free.

 

 

 

The 25-item Dizziness Handicap Inventory (DHI) was developed to evaluate the selfperceived handicapping effects imposed by vestibular system disease.The items were subgrouped into three content domains representing functional, emotional, and physical aspects of dizziness and unsteadiness. You can calculate the DHI scores of all three subdomains and total.

MERI

MERI, first application of us,

you can;

  • calculate the middle ear risk index very easily,

  • enter the patient information,

  • send the index to your own mail,

  • change the form at any time.

You can download the MERI application from both the App Store and the Google Play Store to your smartphone and / or tablet for free.

 

 

 

The middle ear risk index (MERI) developed by Kartush which generates a numeric indicator of the severity of the middle ear disease to stratify patient groups according to the severity of the disease.

Surveys and Algorithms

Our applications for the use of Ear Nose Throat specialists make it

  • easier for our specialists to diagnose,

  • organize treatments more easily,

  • make patient appointments more reliable and healthier.