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WR Medical Electronics Co

123 N 2nd St
Stillwater, MN 55082-5047 United States
Phone:(651) 430-1200
Toll Free Number:(800) 653-1312
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Overview: WR Medical Electronics Co. is a privately-held company located in Maplewood, Minnesota. Our customers have enjoyed our quality products and superior service since 1962. It has been our privilege to collaborate with world-renown physicians in the neurology field, such as Peter J. Dyck and Phillip A. Low, both of Rochester, MN, on innovative products for the assessment of peripheral sensory thresholds and autonomic function testing. In the ENT field, we have associations with key physicians as well, and that has allowed us to bring the following products to market; the Silverstein Model S8 Facial Nerve Monitor/Stimulator, the Hilger Model H3 Clinical Facial Nerve Stimulator, and the Hilger Dual Stim Nerve Stimulator.
UMDC Code: 102935
Fax: (651) 430-8449
Email: neuro@wrmed.com
Website: http://www.wrmed.com
Company Type: Private
Business Started: 1962
Business Lines: Manufacturer/Exporter
Quality Regulations: ISO9001_2000/ISO13485/CE_MARK
Sales Channels: Direct/Reps/Distributors
Number of Employees: 35

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Application software for the CASE IV System (Computer Aided Sensory Evaluat
The WR TestWorks software captures patient physiological data for peripheral sensory and autonomic nervous system testing. Physicians can reference physiologic events recorded during patient monitoring or while a patient undergoes specific maneuvers, and track the course of treatment over time. WR TestWorks will record, display, save, and analyze test data.
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The autonomic nervous system is involved with virtually all diseases. Management of the patient with suspected autonomic dysfunction includes routine and specialized clinical tests to evaluate sympathetic and parasympathetic involvement, and determine the proper course of treatment.
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Silverstein S8
Preservation of facial nerve function is a major concern during ear surgery. Facial nerve monitoring may offer intangible advantages to the experienced or attending surgeon that allow surgery to proceed more rapidly and with a greater sense of confidence.
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