ICS Impulse, Tips from the Expert – Part 1
Instructor: Leigh A. McGarvie
This video course focuses on details of the ICS Impulse beginning with proper goggle placement and pupil detection to best practices for assessing the lateral, anterior and posterior canals. Leigh McGarvie shares his expertise in a clear and easy to follow manner with precise instructions and demonstrations.
After this course, the participant will
- Describe how thresholding affects the quality of the trace
- Identify common signs of artifact in the trace, and how to avoid it
- Describe the proper calibration and calibration check procedure
- Discuss the effects of room lighting during vHIT
- Explain patient positioning and testing technique for LARP and RALP
About our Speaker: Leigh A. McGarvie is a Biomedical Engineer at the Institute of Clinical Neurosciences, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Leigh has more than 25 years experience in the development, design, construction and implementation of vestibular test equipment for clinical assessment and research with vestibular diseases and function. Leigh has many research publications and has worldwide experience working with clinicians, researchers and students.
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|ICS Impulse – Introduction to the ICS Impulse vHIT Goggle||00:01:00|
|ICS Impulse – Patient set up||00:03:00|
|ICS Impulse – Calibration||00:01:00|
|ICS Impulse – Goggle Fit||00:04:00|
|ICS Impulse – Eye sizes||00:04:00|
|ICS Impulse – Eyelid Interference||00:02:00|
|ICS Impulse – Pupil Tracking||00:02:00|
|Certified knowledge Quiz|
|ICS-Impulse – Tips from the Expert (part1) – The Quiz||00:10:00|
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