Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMPs) are short-latency electromyograms (EMGs) recorded via surface electrodes from muscles in the neck or below the eye, in response to acoustic stimuli presented at relatively high levels. VEMP testing for normal saccular/IVN function, when combined with the right battery of tests, can provide valuable diagnostic information about conditions such as Meniere’s disease, vestibular labyrinthitis, Tullio phenomenon, and more. This Smart Note describes suggested electrode placement,… Read More »Acquiring Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials using SmartEP
The following Smart Note covers some suggestions for electrode montages when using the Duet Platform. Includes descriptions and images of usual electrode placements for use while acquiring auditory evoked responses such as ECochG, ABR, cVEMP, and oVEMP.