Acoustic impedance meter type ZA20

Made:
1970-1980
PPN (Pre and Post Natal) Detector Recorder, device developed by Dr Michele Clements to record the output from her PPN

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PPN (Pre and Post Natal) Detector Recorder, device developed by Dr Michele Clements to record the output from her PPN
Science Museum Group Collection
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Acoustic Impedance Meter, type ZA20, used by Dr Michele Clements in her studies of hearing in the unborn child, c1970-1980.

Dr Michele Clements used this acoustic impedance meter to study the hearing of the unborn child. It is one of a several of items of equipment acquired by the Science Museum which were developed and used by Dr Clements at various London maternity hospitals. They represent a novel and personal approach to foetal monitoring.

Details

Category:
Audiology
Object Number:
2004-275
type:
acoustic impedance meter and acoustic impedance meter and
credit:
Morrell, Diana (Miss)