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European Market Report for Electromyogram Monitoring 2016 - MedCore
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|European Market Report for Electromyogram Monitoring 2016 - MedCore|
|Published: June 1, 2016||Content info: 85 Pages||
There are two distinct markets for electrodiagnostic EMGs and intra-operative electro-monitoring (IOM), which is not included in the scope of this report. Under electrodiagnostic monitoring, studies include needle, nerve conduction and evoked potentials. Needle EMG and nerve conduction studies are conducted by neurology, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists. Evoked potentials specialists include audiologists and neuro-ophthalmologists that use different types of visual, light emitting diode (LED) goggles to measure response. These responses are measured with sensors located on the skin surface around the area of interest. Electrodiagnostic EMGs look at a specific value and compares it to a normal, established value.
Most EMG devices in use today are digital and are manufactured as either desktop or portable units. Additionally, EMG devices are found within both hospitals and private care facilities, with hospitals typically having more 5-channel devices, and private care facilities usually purchasing 2-channel devices.