Computerized Electrophysiology Device Tomey EP-1000 Multifocal, NEW

$17,500.00
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EP-1000 is an ophthalmologic diagnostic unit for a complete examination of the retina’s function, the visual pathway, and the optic nerve. A variety of diagnostic procedures can be performed, including ERG, VEP, MERG, MVEP, and EOG. This unit can only be operated by physicians and medically trained technical assistants. EP-1000 complies with the ISCEV’s standards (International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision).

Computerized Electrophysiology Device Tomey EP-1000 Multifocal, NEW!

Whenever you need detailed information,
the Multifocal will be your first choice

The EP-1000 Multifocal (mf) allows you to do all mf standard tests:
mfERG flash (FOK, SOK, flicker)
mfERG pattern (9 pattern for stimulation)
mfVEP (dartboard stimulation) for analysing local retina functions

Accessories and Optionals Analyses can be displayed in curves, values, 2D, 3D, rings, quadrants, groups and table.
Cross-target for macula dystrophy patients time
Mf pattern ERG with scrolling text target
Full access to all settings
e. g. position of the fixation target
No matter if you want to receive standardised clinical data or are heading towards a more scientific
oriented environment Tomey offers you the perfect individual electrophysiology solution.
The EP-1000 Multifocal is based on short M-sequences. This allows you to re-check all conditions of the exam, such as proper fit of electrodes or acceptable responses within a very short time (8 sec.).
With the fixation control hexagon the results can be controlled after every cycle. You dont have to wait until the end of the whole examination for controlling the fixation of the patient.
Different fixation targets are available: the cross-target covers the whole stimulation monitor to make exams possible for macula dystrophy patients. The changing
animal target is for children and the scrolling text target for all other patients.

  • Availability: 12 In Stock
  • Model: EP-1000 Multifocal

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