The EyeSeeCam vHIT provides quick and objective measurements of the vestibular-ocular reflex (VOR). A simple tool to assess the performance of all 6 semicircular canals. The results allow the healthcare professional to efficiently diagnose the “dizzy” patient and evaluate if the dizziness is related to a vestibular disorder.

  •  VOR that is Healthy - The vHIT is a measure of the patient’s vestibular-ocular reflex (VOR) in response to head movement. A patient with a healthy vestibular system should be able to keep his eyes focused on a stationary target, even if the head is in motion.
  • VOR with Dysfunction - In patients with vestibular dysfunction, when the head moves, the eyes will move with the head, requiring a corrective movement back to the target (this is known as a “catch-up saccade”).

EyeSeeCam vHIT captures this abnormal eye movement, displays the head and eye movements simultaneously in real-time, analyzes the data and then provides a simple graphical presentation of the results. This information is then used to determine further recommendations for the care of the patient.

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