VEMPS

AcronymDefinition
VEMPSVertical Electromagnetic Pulse Simulator
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There was no difference between surgical approach and elicitation of VEMPs (p=0.4).
(15), investigating vestibular-evoked myogenic potentials (VEMP) before and after liberatory maneuvers in patients with PSCC-BPPV.
The VEMPS facility provides the capability to conduct survivability demonstration tests on the largest aircraft produced in the United States.
All enrolled subjects underwent audiological workup to exclude hearing impairment, which could alter VEMPs recording.
Keywords: Caloric test, ocular VEMP, video head impulse test, peripheral vestibular disorder, vestibular hypofunction, canal paralysis
VEMP testing is a new diagnostic tool for the professionals who are dealing with assessment of vestibular and auditory disorders.
The recommended application of gentamicin is one injection of 26.7 mg/mL concentration and scanning the vestibular physiological responses by the number of vertigo spells, a bedside evaluation, VEMPs, and video head impulse tests.
When the clinical findings are not clear and ex-adjuvantibus criteria cannot be adopted, vestibular-evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) may be proposed for the differential diagnosis of positional vertigo in association with careful clinical history and otoneurologic examination [128].
[36] measured VEMPs in three patients with an EVA syndrome who had previously undergone vestibular testing with normal results and demonstrated lower VEMP threshold scores in these patients, indicating a possible saccular dysfunction.
Vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) testing has gained popularity as a diagnostic modality in otolaryngology and audiology.
As in other reported cases of otic capsule dehiscence, VEMPs were preserved [7].
VEMPs were measured with 500 Hz vibration delivered using a Bruel & Kjaer minishaker to quantify otolithic function.