VNG Equipment for Sale
New Premium VNG Vestibular Diagnostic Equipment
VNG Equipment / Videonystagmography Equipment:
VNG EQUIPMENT: Objectively identify and assess vestibular balance disorders with Difra VNG equipment available exclusively from Secure Health, Inc.
Vestibular Testing Equipment
Secure Health, Inc. offers a series of premium vestibular diagnostic testing equipment to find the affected component of balance disorders, including VNG videonystagmography testing equipment, designed for an accurate diagnosis. We also provide proven vestibular treatment programs and an effective patient education program.
Premium New Difra VNG Devices
Our VNG videonystagmography devices are manufactured by Difra Instrumentation. Difra is a leading global manufacturer of diagnostic balance technology for more than 48 years.
--Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BBPV)
--Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
--Central Nervous System Injuries (CNS)
--Other peripheral vestibular dysfunctions
Identify whether problems are central nervous system (CNS) or labyrinth-related with VNG testing
Videonystagmography (VNG) evaluates eye movements as they follow a moving target, with the head positioned in different directions. VNG uses caloric tests to evaluate inner ear responses to warm and cold air or water. Changes in temperature stimulate inner ear and cause eye movements. VNG testing helps detect if one ear is more affected than the other, which can cause balance problems. VNG testing can detect lesions and tumors. VNG testing is noninvasive and requires less than an hour to complete the series of tests.
Why Difra VNG technology is the right choice
--Premium videonystagmography (VNG) technology by Difra Instrumentation, a leading global manufacturer
--Complete program: technology, clinical and marketing
--Remote access technical support
--Onsite or online training available
--Live hands-on training available
--Patient education programs available
--Several finance options
We will assist with creating your balance center:
--Balance equipment, technology and software solutions
--Balance functional assessment and rehabilitation
--Concussion and TBI management and falls prevention
--Resources to build a balance center
Which is best for my application, VNG Monocular (one camera, 2 channel) or VNG Binocular (two cameras, 4 channel)?
The primary advantage to binocular recording rather than monocular is that with monocular you can often overlook disconjugate eye movements (i.e., when the eyes are not moving synchronously together).
This would be most common with paralyses of one or more of the extraocular eye muscles or with lesions affecting the medial longitudinal fasiculus which is the major pathway that pairs the eyes together for versional horizontal deviations. Often times you may also have one eye that captures or records poorer than the other such as with individuals who have had prior eye surgeries in which case having dual recording is also more beneficial.
--Troy D. Hale, Au.D, FAAA
--Doctor of Audiology, Asst. Professor ATSU