Test Protocols

BPPV assessment test

Knowledge Base BPPV assessment test Purpose: Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is caused by rapid changes in head movements. A person feels that everything around him moves or rotates. The most frequent causes are head injuries or ear infections. BPPV can be caused by the fragments of otoliths in the semicircular channels of the ear …

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Fukuda Probe

Knowledge Base Fukuda test Purpose: The Fukuda test is used to diagnose the causes of vertigo. Execution protocol: The patient closes his eyes, stretches his arms forward, and starts walking on the spot, raising his knees above the normal step (approximately 45-60 degrees). The sample is performed for 1 minute, at approximately 1 step per …

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