EMG Stimulation Probe
Universal probes deliver monopolar stimulation for intraoperative nerve monitoring in ENT and other surgical procedures.
Hummingbird, single-use monopolar probes assist surgeons in identifying and mapping nerves during surgery. Available in a variety of designs to fit the surgeon’s preference, they provide reliable EMG stimulation during surgery. Hummingbird probes can be used on the Nerveäna or any nerve monitoring system.
Hummingbird Stim Probe
Universal EMG probes for intraoperative neuromonitoring
|Item Code||Product Description|
|I-D-TTP90-5||Hummingbird Single-Use Tapered Tip Monopolar Stimulation Probe, 90 mm|
|I-D-DNP90-5||Hummingbird Single-Use Direct Nerve Monopolar Stimulation Probe, 90 mm|
|I-D-BTP90-5||Hummingbird Single-Use Ball Tip Monopolar Stimulation Probe, 90 mm|
*each kit includes STIM return needle and ground needle
Hummingbird EMG stimulation probes are available in three designs: Tapered Tip, Ball Tip, and Direct Nerve.
The single-use, monopolar probes are cost-effective and are compatible with the Nerveäna or any comparable nerve monitoring system.
Thin And Flexible Precision
Hummingbird TTP is ideal for delivering stimulation to the facial nerve and corresponding branches in ENT procedures.
The thin, adjustable shaft and 0.5mm diameter tip is flexible and delivers precise stimulation in very small surgical spaces.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Hummingbird probes are universal and can be used on any EMG intraoperative nerve monitoring system. The monopolar probes use a standard DIN (42802) connector for easy set-up.