K7 Evaluation System

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  • Objective Data

    for Complete Occlusal
    Analysis

  • K7/CMS

    Computerized Mandibular
    Scanner

  • K7/EMG

    Eight Channel Electromyograph


  • K7/ESG

    Electrosonograph


Product & Purchase Information

K7 Supplies

Duo-trodes
CMS Magnet
Stomahesive Strips

ESG Adhesive Disks
K7 EMG Patient Lead Wires

    K7 In The Media
K7 Specifications
    K7 Testimonials
K7 Warranty
    K7 Calibration
          
            
           
K7 Tech Support

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COURSES: MASTERING THE K7 & SCAN INTERPRETATION &  KEVIN'S PEARLS

Measuring and recording mandibular function and masticatory muscle status adds invaluable information to the diagnostic process and is critical to neuromuscular dentistry. Objective information about TM joint status further adds to the clinician's data. Evaluation procedures must be accomplished in such a way that the apparatus itself does not affect the patient's function and must not impede the clinician's access to the mouth for bite registration or other procedures. Myotronics evaluation equipment has always been designed with those criteria in mind.

The K7 Evaluation System provides the dental clinician or researcher with three technologies for measuring, displaying and storing objective data on physiologic and anatomical status and function: jaw tracking, electromyography and joint sonography. This objective data enhances the doctor's diagnostic and treatment considerations with information not previously available.

The K7 Evaluation System is supplied in a compact housing that can be plugged in to the USB port of virtually any PC type computer, desktop or laptop. Small and portable, the unit and its peripheral apparatus can be quickly stored in the provided protective case for ease of transportation. Windows based software simplifies operation and color graphics make it easy to distinguish overlapping data from multiple channels and to print attractive reports for patient education, insurance or referring doctors.Objective Data for Complete Occlusal Analysis. A number of useful testing protocols referred to as "Scans" are pre-programmed for the convenience of the user. Additional custom protocols may be programmed by the user to fulfill unique needs or preferences. Click on links in the Navigate bar for information on the three individual modules and their capabilities.


For over fifty years, Myotronics has been dedicated to strong customer support. One small example is Kevin's Pearls. Registered owners of the K7 can signup to receive weekly user tips on the use of the K7, from our vice president of engineer, that will aid them in deriving maximum benefits from their K7.

Note: Complete electronic products are not offered for sale on our Online Store. To inquire about purchasing, please call our Sales Department at 800-426-0316 or email us.

Product & Purchase Information

K7 Supplies

Duo-trodes
CMS Magnet
Stomahesive Disks
ESG Adhesive Disks
K7 EMG Patient Lead Wires

    K7 In The Media
K7 Specifications
    K7 Testimonials
K7 Warranty
    K7 Calibration

K7 Tech Support

K7 Jaw Tracking (CMS)

The K7 Jaw Tracking uses multiple sensors in an extremely light weight Sensor Array (four ounce). The K7 tracks the motion of a tiny magnet attached to the lower incisal gingiva with adhesive material and is totally non-invasive and does not interfere with patient function like a clutch. The K7 provides unobstructed access to the oral cavity for taking bite registrations and other clinical procedures, and the system is virtually immune from effects of slight head motion or nearby metallic or electronic interference. A patient education mode is included to simplify patient understanding and staff training.

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These scans are invaluable three dimensional representation of mandibular rest, the relaxed neuromuscular path of closure, centric occlusion, habitual path of closure and protrusive guidance that aids the clinician in recording an optimal occlusal position

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Product & Purchase Information

K7 Supplies

Duo-trodes
CMS Magnet
Stomahesive Disks
ESG Adhesive Disks
K7 EMG Patient Lead Wires

    K7 In The Media
K7 Specifications
    K7 Testimonials
K7 Warranty
    K7 Calibration

K7 Tech Support
K7 Electromyography (EMG)
 

Utilizing high quality bipolar surface electrodes, surface EMG data can be taken from up to eight muscle sites simultaneously and in real time. The program permits taking electromyography data either at rest or in function. All eight channels may be displayed simultaneously, for a period of 15 seconds (one visual screen width). The K7/EMG signal processing circuitry provides unsurpassed protection against system noise or motion artifact. The patient education mode permits quick and easy patient education as to status of masticatory muscles.

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These scans provide an objective measurement of masticatory muscle electrical activity which accurately represents their physiologic state.  The patient education mode permits quick and easy patient education as to the status of the masticatory muscles.

 
Product & Purchase Information

K7 Supplies

Duo-trodes
CMS Magnet
Stomahesive Disks
ESG Adhesive Disks
K7 EMG Patient Lead Wires

    K7 In The Media
K7 Specifications
    K7 Testimonials
K7 Warranty
    K7 Calibration

K7 Tech Support

K7 Sonography (ESG)

TMJ Vibration (Sound) Evaluation System. A lightweight headset holds highly sensitive vibration transducers over each TM joint, enabling simultaneous, bilateral capture of tissue vibrations emanating from joint sounds. Vibration (sound) data is correlated to vertical dimension of opening and closing, providing clinicians with valuable information to aid in assessing the status of articular disk and joint function.

         

The ESG includes the ability to document TM joint status through recording joint sound vibrations – simply and non-invasively.
Myotronics
5870 S. 194th Street, Kent, WA 98032-2125
(206) 243-4214 or (800) 426-0316 FAX (206) 243-3625
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A Division of Myotronics-Noromed, Inc.
Leading in Musculoskeletal Evaluation Technologies Since 1966