Medical devices

Burghart produces devices for testing the sense of smell and taste in medicine.

Sniffin'-Sticks are pen-like devices filled with odorants. The cap is simply opened and the patient can sniff at the tip of the felt.

Taste strips are a validated testing procedure for ascertaining the sense of test. They are placed directly on the tongue.

Olfactometers are devices for quantitative control of olfactory stimuli. They are used to test the chemical senses of olfaction and chemically induced pain (irritation).

Gustometers are devices for objective testing of the sense of taste using watery solutions.