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Tele-Audiology & Open-Air Audiometry with the KUDUwave Boothless Audiometer, now Includes Tympanometer

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eMoyo is pleased to invite you to join the webinar:

Tele-Audiology & Open-Air Audiometry with the KUDUwave Boothless Audiometer,
now Includes Tympanometer

The purpose of the webinar is to discuss:

  • Integrated Bilateral Tympanometer For KUDUwave Audiometers
  • How this portable audiometer revolutionizes tele-audiology practice
  • How the KUDUwave removes the limitations of booth-based audiometry 
  • How the KUDUwave removes the risk of possible cross-contamination
  • Tele-Audiology & Open-Air Audiometry, with a particular focus on the KUDUwave

Webinar attendees will receive a 5% discount on their next KUDUwave purchase.

Date: Thursday, 3 September 2020, 11:00am – 12:30pm
USA Standard Central Time 

The virtual event will be 50 minutes followed by a 10-30 min Q&A.
There is limited space available, so please RSVP below.

About the speakers:

Dirk Koekemoer

Dirk Koekemoer

emloyicon CEO / Founder

Dr. Dirk Koekemoer

Dr. Dirk Koekemoer is a specialist in innovative Telemedicine and Medical Practice Automation. He is the inventor of the KUDUwave audiometer as well as multiple unique telemedicine devices currently in development. He completed his medical degree in 1992 at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. He practised as a General Medical Practitioner for 8 years and held the position of emergency doctor at multiple casualty units in Canada and South Africa. He further studied computer science at UNISA for two years before he started his own business. He is the co-author of many publications related to audiology and has presented at both local and international Audiology conferences.

Hlolo Ramatsoma

Hlolo Ramatsoma

emloyicon Research Audiologist

Hlolo Ramatsoma

Hlolo Ramatsoma is a clinical, research & support Audiologist at eMoyo. He completed his BSc (Hons) in Audiology from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.  He was the first to introduce and implement ototoxicity monitoring services during his community service – which he gained immense knowledge and experience in the field of MDR-TB and ototoxicity monitoring. His current lines of research include hearing healthcare accessibility and validation of contextual and clinically accurate audiological products to address the global shortage of hearing healthcare resources.

 

 

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The virtual event will be 50 minutes followed by a 10-30 min Q&A. There is limited space available, so please RSVP below.

Date: Thursday, 3 September 2020, 11:00am – 12:30pm, USA Standard Central Time