The EyeSeeCam vHIT provides quick and objective measurements of the vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR). The results allow the healthcare professional to efficiently assess the 'dizzy' patient and determine if the dizziness is related to a vestibular disorder.
Abnormal result showing covert saccades and reduced gain on the left side indicating a left peripheral vestibular weakness. Also features an easy guide to let you know when your head impulses are accurate and therefore included in the calculation.
Userguide to help you generate accurate head impulses
Lightweight & superior goggle design to reduce slippage
Can test the left or right eye
Measures instantaneous gain and velocity regression
Displays overt and covert saccades, gain and 3D graphics
EyeSeeCam vHIT captures this abnormal eye movement, displays the head and eye movements simultaneously in realtime, 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.
The vHIT is a measure of the patient’s vestibulo-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.
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”).
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