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Table 3 Visual evoked potential signal processing devices used in each study

From: Intraoperative monitoring of visual evoked potentials in patients undergoing transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary adenoma: a systematic review

Study (Year) VEP SIGNAL PROCESSING DEVICE
Feng et al. (2019) [18] Not reported  
Qiao et al. (2019) [19] NIM-ECLIPSE (MEDTRONIC, USA)
Toyama et al. (2018) [20] Neuropack X1 MEB 2312
MEE 1232,
(NIHON KOHDEN, Japan)
(NIHON KOHDEN, Japan)
Nishimura et al. (2018) [21] MEE 1232, (NIHON KOHDEN, Japan)
Kurozumi et al. (2017) [22] NIM-ECLIPSE E4 (MEDTRONIC, USA)
Luo et al. (2015) [23] ISIS System (INOMED, Germany)
Kamio et al. (2014) [7] Neuropack X1 MEB-2312, (NIHON KOHDEN, Japan)
Houlden et al. (2014) [9] Cadwell Elite intraoperative monitoring machine (CADWELL INSTRUMENTS, USA)
Chung et al. (2012) [24] PROTEKOR TM 10 M (XLTEK, Canada)
Sasaki et al. (2010) [6] Synax 1100
Neuropack
(NEC MEDICAL SYSTEMS, USA)
(NIHON KOHDEN, Japan)
Chacko et al. (1996) [25] Brain Atlas III system (BIOLOGIC SYSTEMS, USA)