ICS Impulse and VEMP* when combined assess all vestibular end organs

The goal of assessing the patient with vestibular symptoms is to determine if the disorder is unilateral or bilateral, what end organ is contributing to the disorder and the severity of the disorder, and assessing recovery after the onset of the disorder.

Past/Present
The caloric test and the passive whole-body rotation tests have been complementary. These tests assisted in the diagnosis of peripheral disorders and determining if the disorder is unilateral or bilateral as well as the severity of the disorder.

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ICS Impulse and VEMP when combined assess all vestibular end organs and the 2 branches of the vestibular nerve. *VEMP is not FDA cleared

Learn more

Diagnostic quick guide – Describing the global trend in vestibular testing

Reimbursement for Vestibular Testing – US version

Head Impulse and VEMP – The Complete Test of the Vestibular Peripheral System

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