Middle Latency Responses, also known as MLR, AMR or AMLR, are components of the auditory evoked potential response. The MLR response is found between twelve and fifty milliseconds from the time of stimulation, after the ABR; this period reflects the response of the auditory cortex. MLR waveforms can be acquired with the use of click or pure tone stimulation. This Smart Note describes suggested electrode placement, acquisition parameters, and analysis… Read More »Acquiring Middle Latency Responses 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.