2014 VNG/ENG Course Chicago
Now with Video Head Impulse Testing theory and demonstration
May 5, 6 & 7, 2014 - October 13, 14 & 15, 2014
DAY 1 & 2
This two-day course is for audiologists, technicians, physicians
and other healthcare professionals
who are involved in performing and interpreting the VNG/ENG test. The course provides practical information necessary to make the VNG/ENG test an effective part of the diagnostic process.
We begin at a basic level and proceed systematically through more challenging topics as each step in the administration and interpretation of the test is discussed in detail, including instructions to the patient, effect of medications on test results, and identifying and recording of disconjugate eye movements. Common vestibular and central pathologies are reviewed and their manifestations on different parts of VNG/ ENG are described.
Perform and analyze the VNG/ENG test accurately and more efficiently
Identify abnormal findings in different parts of VNG/ENG and describe their clinical significance
Recognize and avoid common errors and artifacts in VNG/ENG
Recognize the need for other vestibular tests, such as head impulse, rotation, and VEMP testing and correlate their findings with VNG/ENG results
Describe the underlying pathophysiology of different vestibular and central disorders
This course is for audiologists and other healthcare professionals who
are familiar with VNG/ENG testing and wish to see a demonstration of actual procedures and interpretation of the test. The course also includes a demonstration of bedside and office vestibular tests. A training DVD containing actual test results will be provided so that the participants can practice analyzing and interpreting the test on their own. For those who wish to practice performing different tests, there is an optional hands-on session (1-3 p.m.). Video Head Impulse test - Theory and hands-on session (3-5 p.m.).
Prerequisite: Completing the two-day comprehensive VNG/ENG course or its equivalent.
Gain practical experience in performing, analyzing and interpreting the VNG/ENG test
Recognize the clinical utility and significance of bedside/ office vestibular tests and be able to perform them correctly
Gain practical experience with the diagnosis and treatment of BPPV