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Interacoustics vHIT - EyeSeeCam
Features: ~~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.
Micromedical Visual Eyes 505 Binocular Video Frenzel System
Features include: Ability to display both eye and situation camera images on the screen, Recording indicator with elapsed time, Pre-labeled tests or create your own test names, Remote controlled video recording and fixation light with optional handheld remote, or goggle button. Video files are stored in AVI file format.
Micromedical VisualEyes™ 525 VNG
Touch the future
Videonystagmography provides ideal conditions for the observation, measurement and analysis of eye movements. It saves time, reduces costs and avoids the problems of myogenic and electrical noise.
Modern touch-enabled user interface – Navigate through software without the mouse – Shortest time from test to conclusion – Intuitive design – Record client’s comments and case history – Capture positional maneuvers with sound –
Playback in slow motion or frame by frame – Crosshairs displayed during playback – Time line scrolls to show location in raw data – Videos are stored in a easily accessible folder
Micromedical Rotational Chair – System 2000 Reclining
The System 2000 Reclining Rotational Vestibular Chair can measure Vestibular-Ocular Reflex (VOR) from 0.01 to 0.64 Hz at velocities up to 200 degrees/second. The clinician can perform Visual Vestibulo-ocular Reflex (VVOR), Visual Fixation (VFX), and Velocity Step tests in addition to the standard ocular-motor testing. When reclined, the clinician can perform the Dix-Hallpike and Positional tests with the added benefit of completing caloric testing.
Micromedical Rotational Chair – System 2000
The System 2000 Rotational Vestibular Chair can measure Vestibular-Ocular Reflex (VOR)from 0.01 to 1.28 Hz at velocities up to 300 degrees/second. With the System 2000 chair, a clinician is able to perform Visual Vestibulo-ocular Reflex (VVOR), Visual Fixation (VFX), Optokinetic After Nystagmus (OKAN), Velocity Step and Subjective Visual Vertical tests in addition to the standard ocular-motor testing.
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