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Flash Visual Evoked Potentials

Flash Visual Evoked Potentials

Flash Visual Evoked Potentials

Ruth Hamilton
Ruth Hamilton
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 07 Sep 2018
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Last updated: 10 Sep 2018

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This session covers the underlying physiological changes measured by flash visual evoked potentials (Flash VEP), clinical indications for performing the test, how it is carried out and the interpretation of a Flash VEP report.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe which areas of the visual system are tested by the flash VEP
• Explain how the flash VEP complements other investigations in the clinical setting
• Recognise a normal flash VEP and how it might change with age
• Identify situations where the flash VEP is likely to make a useful contribution to clinical care
Ruth Hamilton

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Ruth Hamilton
on behalf of Health Education England

Ruth Hamilton runs the paediatric visual electrophysiology service as part of a wider remit in paediatric physiological measurement which includes audiological work in population screening programmes and peer review of diagnostic reporting, and device and service development in multi-modal (e.g. neurophysiological, respiratory, cardiac) monitoring. Specific areas of expertise are signal processing, standardisation, reference data, statistical data analysis and study design.

Vision research focusses on the consequences of maternal diet or drug use, infant nutrition, or prematurity on children’s vision. Other areas of interest are using VEPs for threshold estimation, simulation of visual impairment (SightSimTM), cortical visual impairment, and subcortical VEPs.

She is currently on the Boards of the International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision (ISCEV), and of BriSCEV, the British chapter of ISCEV.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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