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Evoked response stimulator

Summary Information: Evoked response stimulator

Evoked response stimulator: An evoked response stimulator is a medical device used to deliver an electrical, visual, or auditory stimulus and record the evoked response in the patient via electrodes attached to the patient's skin.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Evoked response stimulator

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Types Of Evoked response stimulator

These devices are types of the medical device Evoked response stimulator:

Other Names For Evoked response stimulator

  • ER device

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