BERA Test and Its Price List in Delhi, India

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BERA (Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry) test is a hearing examination performed on children in age group 1 to 3 years. It is used in otoneurologic diagnosis. It helps in determining the child’s ability to hear. It determines the types of abnormalities, hearing threshold and hearing loss.

Why is Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) test done?

The hearing problem in children can lead to cognitive, speech and language problems. For early detection of hearing problems, a BERA scan is the best option.  Healthy hearing means the auditory nerve is able to transmit sound impulses from the ear to the brain at a certain speed. It determines the abnormalities, hearing threshold and hearing loss. It is well-effective for children with hearing nerve tumours, brain tumours, other nerve disorders and multiple sclerosis, etc.

What is the procedure for Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) test?

How does one prepare for the Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) test?

To prepare for the BERA test, mentioned below are the instructions:

After Care

The technician will guide you if any special care is required.

Cost of Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) test

The cost of the Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA) test in Delhi varies, depending on the diagnostic centres. It typically ranges from INR 2500 to INR 4000. Irrespective of cost, get the BERA test of your child done at a certified diagnostic centre where tests are performed without quality compromise with 100% accuracy.

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Frequently Asked Questions


The BERA test is a neurophysiological diagnostic procedure that is to evaluate the hearing level in children with suspected hearing loss problems. This test analyses the hearing and auditory threshold and diagnoses the conditions such as brainstem lesions.

BERA test takes around 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on the severity of the conditions to be analysed.

The BERA test is of three types:

  • Click-Evoked BERA Test
  • Tone-Burst BERA Test
  • Voice-Guided BERA Test

The BERA (Brainstem evoked response audiometry) test is also known as auditory brain stem response or ABR audiometry or Brainstem auditory evoked response audiometry (BAER).

The cost of a BERA Test in every diagnostic center in Delhi is between INR 2500 to INR 5000. Every diagnostic centre charge a different amount for the brainstem evoked response audiometry based on several factors such as the location of the diagnostic center, the technology used for conducting the test, and the discount offered by the diagnostic center. At Ganesh Diagnostic Centre you can get your BERA test done at a 50% discount.

BERA Test is commonly done for newborn babies as a hearing screening test. It can also be performed on children of the age group of 1 year to 7 years with the problem of hearing loss or delayed speech to evaluate the hearing and auditory threshold.

The BERA Test has various advantages such as:

  • It provides information on possible hearing loss.
  • It helps in diagnosing hearing impairment and its causes.
  • It helps in diagnosing retro cochlear lesions.

Yes, general preparation is required for the BERA test that is necessary to follow for an accurate result

  • The hair of the patient must be oil free.
  • Wash hair with shampoo on the day of the procedure

Patient must lie still during the procedure. So, a mild sedative is given to the patient to sleep during the test procedure.

The BERA test is very reliable as it gives us information about the average hearing threshold level and helps in detecting the hearing status in newborn babies and small children. But it sometimes gives false positive or false negative results.

There are seven waves in the BERA test. Among the seven waves, the Wave I, III and V are more feasible compare to other waves.

Yes, BERA Test is a safe procedure. This painless procedure does not have any side effects and does not pose any risk of complications.

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