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Chairs, Rotating Vestibulo-Ocular Function

Definition : Chairs designed to assess the vestibulo-ocular reflex during head movements, by evaluating the rhythmic movement (nystagmus) and/or deviation of the eyes in response to the stimulation of the vestibular system by angular acceleration or deceleration. These chairs are usually attached to a motor which provides precisely controlled rotation (i.e., controlled direction, velocity and acceleration of rotation) of the chair. Vestibulo-ocular rotating chairs are components of a system that includes other devices such as projectors and video cameras and computing capabilities.

Entry Terms : "Rotating Vestibulo-Ocular Function Chairs" , "Chairs, Rotating Vestibular Function"

UMDC code : 17217

   

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GN Otometrics A/S

GN Otometrics A/S

GN Otometrics GmbH & Co KG

GN Otometrics GmbH & Co KG

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.

Life-Tech Inc

Life-Tech is a world leader in medical devices for urodynamics, nerve block anesthesia and neuromuscular block monitoring. Our extensive research and development, manufacturing, quality assurance and customer service infrastructures support our continual efforts to achieve excellence in innovation, quality and service.

Lynn Medical Co

Lynn Medical is a leader in diagnostic supplies and equipment for Cardiology and Imaging procedures.

Micromedical Technologies Inc

Micromedical is the recognized leader in vestibular and balance testing instrumentation with 25 years of experience.

Nagashima Medical Instruments Co Ltd

Nagashima Medical Instruments Co Ltd

Neuro Kinetics Inc

Neuro Kinetics, Inc. (NKI) is the world leader in eye tracking technology and non-invasive neuro-otologic diagnostic testing. Central to our I-Portal product mix and technological advances is the premise that the eye is the portal to the brain. Research has shown the detection of abnormal eye movements can indicate the presence of over 200 diseases and medical conditions.

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