RealEyes xDVR Monocular Video Goggles
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Monocular Video Goggles
RealEyes™ monocular xDVR video goggles are used during the Dix-Hallpike test for diagnosis of BPPV and during canalith repositioning for the treatment of BPPV. RealEyes xDVR uses a computer to display and record the eye videos.
Nystagmus and torsional eye movements produced by otoconia shifting during a positive Dix-Hallpike maneuver can be more easily observed when the eye is magnified by a video camera. The sturdy monocular camera can be moved to either eye while the other eye can be covered to deny vision or left uncovered when vision is desired.
Treating the patient with BPPV using the Epley maneuver is easier when you can watch the nystagmus diminish. Recording of xDVR eye videos on a computer hard drive allows real time as well as repeat viewing of abnormal eye movements that may have been missed the first time.
When reviewing the eye videos, it helps to have a room camera to show what position the patient was in at the time of nystagmus. For that, the RealEyes xDVR includes a room camera that can be aimed. The room video is shown in the corner of the eye video and the room camera can be turned on or off. An integral microphone records the examiners narration.
RealEyes Monocular xDVR Features
- Single camera records with or without vision
- Simple USB video camera plugs directly into PC USB port for power and to transfer video
- Comfortable, light tight goggle with camera weighs only 9oz
- RF remote control starts and stops recording, centers eye, and turns fixation light on/off
- External focus knob for a clear eye image
- Stored video files can be searched using the patient’s name
- Video files can be exported with a standard windows format
- RealEyes™ monocular xDVR is sold with a laptop PC running Windows 8.1 and includes Micromedical xDVR clinical software