No bulky power supply
- Draws power directly from your Laptop for
Noise Free use
The Focus draws its
power from your Laptop via a single USB cable.
No bulky, cumbersome power supply. Connect it to
your Laptop, start the program and it's on.
- Stop going to a
menu to chose sensory or
motor, right or left.
Just press the Next button
Stop going through 3
or 4 steps each time you want to chose a nerve or muscle to
study. Using the Focus Exam Template Function you can
now set up a template of the nerves and muscles you study
routinely so that all you have to do is press Next each time without
ever looking at a Menu.
Choose the area of the body that you
want to study and easily pick the nerves (or muscles) from
Even better, you can set up a template for you and another
for your colleague(s) so that you will never have to
reconfigure your machine after your colleague uses it.
like your browser: use the Focus Tabs Navigation
Interface to navigate between menus
Tired of the EMG Machine interface?
We have designed a browser interface to work just like you
Gone are the days where to do a
motor study you have to leave the sensory menu and to do a
needle study you have to leave the nerve conductions
Now you can navigate between ALL of
these modalities by clicking on a Tab, just like you do with
Instantaneous comparison to your normal values
Do you want to know if your values are within normal limits
before going on to the next test, or better yet before your
Now you can see an instantaneous comparison of your
patient data to a normal values set of your choice AS you
are doing the study and on the SAME nerve conduction page,
not buried in a menu three layers deep that forces you to
leave your nerve conductions page. Same thing for the F-wave. Get an instantaneous reading
of all your latencies, as you are doing them.
The Best Artifact Troubleshooting around, period
Do you get tired of troubleshooting where this poor baseline
is coming from? Find
out immediately if your electrodes are the guilty ones with
the press of one, just one button. You
will get an immediate 3 color display of each one of your
electrodes, green if it's OK, yellow if it's so so and red
if you need t change it. No need to fumble with
buttons and menus to get that simple question answered.
looking for that difficult to find take
off in those low amplitude potentials. Use the
Magnifier function to immediately identify it.
Do you like your machine's decision for where the cursor
should be set for onset peak etc.. If so great. If not stop
struggling with a small arrow and cursor to reposition it.
Use the magnifier function to find it and get an
instantaneous reading of your new cursor position, on the
waveform, not on a menu somewhere else.
Still having problems? just highlight the area of the
tracing where you think it is (not know it is) and the Focus
will go back to work again trying to recalculate the best
Tell your report what you want to show not what it
thinks you want to show
Do you want your report to show the waveform that it
thinks is the right one (as all other machines do), or do
you want it to show the part of the waveform that you think
is more interesting? Just highlight (with your mouse) the
part of the waveform you want to show and click "copy to
report" and that's what will show. By the way this works for
everything, nerve conduction, needle exam F-wave and
Immediately identify an abnormal spontaneous
activity for your as soon as you see it
Do you want to tell your report what you saw, when you
see it. Right click on a waveform and tell it whether it's a
fibrillation, positive wave, fasciculation etc..
How about Motor Unit Potentials
Do you want to get an instantaneous reading of your Motor
Unit amplitude, duration and number of phases. Just use the
Motor Unit Program to identify your waveforms and
immediately give you a read out of all their values, right
next to them, not three menu pages away.
to your Motor Unit normal values
You can also change the
display to show you a comparison with your
If you find more Motor Units, you can add it manually to the
list just by highlighting them and right clicking on them.
EMG Jitter analysis
Automatic Single Fiber EMG
acquisition and Jitter analysis.