The Clinical Utility of Slow Harmonic Acceleration as Compared to Caloric Irrigations
The purpose of this session is to examine the clinical utility of slow harmonic acceleration (SHA) during rotary chair testing by comparing the response characteristics of SHA to caloric irrigations in 800 patients with dizziness.
Riska, Kristal M.; Akin, Faith W.; and Murnane, Owen D.. 2014. The Clinical Utility of Slow Harmonic Acceleration as Compared to Caloric Irrigations. Technical Research. American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL. http://submissions.mirasmart.com/ASHA2014/Itinerary/ItinerarySubmissionDetail.aspx?sbmID=2980