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Stimulators, Photic, Visual

Definition : Photic stimulators designed to apply light (i.e., photo) stimuli to the patient's eyes. These stimulators typically consist of a light source that delivers the stimuli (e.g., shifting patterns); the stimuli may be transmitted through an optical system (optical stimulators) or viewed directly from an illuminated screen (direct-view stimulators). Visual photic stimulators are available as independent units or as components of several types of devices, such as refractors, scanning ophthalmoscopes, visual-evoked potential recorders, and electroretinographs.

Entry Terms : "Visual Stimulators" , "Stimulators, Visual" , "Stimulators, Optokinetic"

UMDC code : 13783

   

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Alcon Canada Inc

Alcon Canada Inc

Alcon Inc

Alcon Inc

Alcon Laboratories Inc

Alcon is helping people see the world better through advanced surgical, pharmaceutical and vision care products. We serve eye care professionals and their patients in more than 180 countries, reaching 90% of the globe, to help millions of people see the world better with clarity, color and beauty. At Alcon, we enhance sight to enhance life

Alcon Pharma GmbH

Alcon Pharma GmbH

Alcon SA Laboratoires

Alcon SA Laboratoires

Astro-Med GmbH

Astro-Med GmbH

Astro-Med Inc

Astro-Med, Inc. develops and manufactures a broad range of specialty printers and data acquisition systems.

Astro-Med Inc (Canada)

Astro-Med Inc (Canada)

Astro-Med Ltd (UK)

Astro-Med Ltd (UK)

Astro-Med SNC

Astro-Med SNC

Biomed Kft

Biomed Kft

Cadwell Laboratories Inc

Cadwell recently debuted the Easy Ambulatory EEG and PSG system with the NEW patent pending Q-Video Mobile recording system – This new video recording system synchronizes video with ambulatory EEG and PSG recordings collected outside of the hospital. Patients can move freely while the Easy system hardware captures multiple EEG and PSG channels with time synchronized video to assist physicians in identifying events.

Clement Clarke International Ltd

Clement Clarke International Ltd

Daiichi Medical Co Ltd

Daiichi Medical Co Ltd

GN Otometrics A/S

GN Otometrics A/S

GN Otometrics North America

Otometrics develops, manufactures and markets computer-based audiological, otoneurologic and vestibular instrumentation in more than 70 countries under the MADSEN, AURICAL, HORTMANN and ICS brand names.

Grass Technologies

In 1994, Grass Instrument became part of Astro-Med, Inc. Astro-Med is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and sale of data acquisition and graphic recording systems for use in a wide variety of industrial, aerospace, and medical applications. Examples of the exciting Astro-Med applications include: monitoring of NASA space shuttle flights, track testing of new automobile performance, recording the effects of new drugs in tissue baths, and recording of neurophysiological signals in both clinical and research applications.

Lace Elettronica srl

Lace Elettronica srl

LKC Technologies Inc

LKC Technologies, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the visual electrophysiology field with products in over forty countries. Our products are used to diagnose a large number of ophthalmic conditions by measuring evoked potentials, including ERG, EOG, and VEP, dark adaptometry and more.

Meditron Eletromedicina Ltda

Meditron Eletromedicina Ltda

Medtronic Spinal and Biologics

Spinal and Biologics is Medtronic's second-largest business. Our market leadership is largely a result of our innovation: we're developing many of the new standards of care in spinal and musculoskeletal therapies. We collaborate with world-renowned surgeons, researchers, and innovative partners to offer state-of-the-art therapies for spinal, neurological, orthopedic, and oral maxillofacial conditions.

Micromed Electronics Ltd

Micromed Electronics Ltd

Micromed Medizin-Electronic GmbH

Micromed Medizin-Electronic GmbH

Micromed srl

Micromed srl

Nihon Kohden America Inc

Many factors affecting health care today have created the "perfect storm." Rising costs, reimbursement issues, a nationwide shortage of nurses and, most significantly, the need for hospitals to improve quality of care all impact patient care. But these challenges can also be seen as an opportunity to return to the fundamentals of people caring for other people—using technology as the enabler of change.

Nihon Kohden Corp

Nihon Kohden Corp

Southpaw Enterprises Inc

We're all about creative solutions, information, and advice – not mass distribution of the latest gadget. In fact, since our founding in 1976, we've dedicated ourselves to developing and manufacturing sensory integration dysfunction (DSI) and neurodevelopmental products that help therapeutic professionals, people with special needs, their families, and other professionals, solve problems or meet new challenges.

Wayne Engineering

Wayne Engineering, a family-owned and operated business, was established in 1974. Its goal was to develop and manufacture special equipment for testing, diagnosing and remediating visual perceptual disorders and for developing sensory motor skills.

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