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Neurological Testing

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About Neurological Testing
About Neurological Testing

Neurological testing equipment is used for assessing neurological functioning and diagnosis of neurological disorders and diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems. Tiger Medical offers an array of neurological testing tools, including reflex hammers and tuning forks, necessary for various neurological diagnostic procedures.

Reflex Hammers

In our reflex hammer section you will find all the various kinds of percussion hammers that you may need. The most popular reflex hammer, found in most physician's offices and clinics, is the Taylor Hammer. The one from ADC featuers a synthetic rubber head and comes in five color options. Check out the Babinski Hammer, also from ADC, which comes with a needle conveniently enclosed inside the handle. We also carry a Neurological Hammer Set which includes five neurological instruments in one handy package.

Tuning Forks

Tiger Medical offers a full selection of tuning forks from ADC with multiple frequency options, all lightweight and constructed of an aluminum alloy. Choose between forks with a fixed weight at its end and those without. All of ADC's tuning forks are made of one solid piece of metal for great performance and accurate frequency.

Watch, Learn and Get to Know

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Old vital sign monitors require manual recording of patients’ vital signs. This cumbersome process consumes time that nurses could be spending with their patients instead. A nurse from St. Joseph’s Hospital shares how Welch Allyn's electronic vital signs documentation has boosted workflow efficiency, improved infection prevention, and allowed them to spend more time at the bedside.

Choosing the Right Home Blood Pressure Monitor for You

This video from Omron, a leading provider of blood pressure monitors, gives tips on how to choose the right home blood pressure monitor. First, get a device that is tested and validated for its accuracy and recommended by doctors. Second, ensure that it has the right cuff size for you. Third, ensure that the blood pressure monitor has all the features you need to fit your needs.

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