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Evoked response visual stimulator

Summary Information: Evoked response visual stimulator

Evoked response visual stimulator: An evoked response stimulator is a medical device used to deliver a visual stimulus and record the evoked response in the patient via electrodes attached to the patient's scalp.

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Other Names For Evoked response visual stimulator

  • Visual evoked response stimulator
  • ER device
  • Evoked response photic stimulator

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