Moberg is back from the NCS Meeting in Seattle, and is ready for our next line-up of events! Learn more about where you can find us exhibiting the CNS Monitor this Fall.
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Moberg Returns from Seattle NCS

The Neurocritical Care Society's Annual Meeting proved once again to be an excellent conference and an opportunity to establish and renew fruitful professional relationships. The meeting revealed results of the Targeted Temperature Management (TTM) and ProTECT III trials, as well as new neurocritical care practice guidelines.

The Moberg CNS Monitor was featured in several workshops this year, including Dr. Benjamin Emanuel's Intracranial Monitoring, and two Continuous EEG workshops led by Dr. Emily Gilmore and Dr. William Freeman. Throughout the conference, presenters and attendees expressed enthusiasm for new technologies that promise to enhance clinicians' understanding of patient information and ultimately support decision making and improved outcomes. We look forward to another year of innovation and the 2015 NCS Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ!
Moberg Booth at NCS
Moberg's booth at the NCS Meeting in Seattle, featuring the CNS Monitor and a new ICU "wall" back-drop.

International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference Presents Statement at NCS

The International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference presented its statement on Multimodality Monitoring in Neurocritical Care at NCS this year. Among the most notable recommendations, the consensus committee advocates the adoption of an uncomplicated and human-centered design for the presentation of clinical information to guide real-time decision-making. They also urge the integration of high-resolution physiologic waveforms with the lower resolution trend data. Their recommendations are clear endorsement of the need of multimodal monitoring devices such as Moberg's CNS Monitor.

The consensus committee also confirms a strong recommendation for ICP and CPP monitoring to guide clinical decisions and continues to recommend monitoring of systemic and brain oximetry, cerebral metabolism through microdialysis, and cerebral blood flow through TCD.

See our Publications List for details on the consensus.

Moberg to Exhibit at SNACC Meeting in New Orleans

The 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Anesthesiology and Critical Care (SNACC) will be held in New Orleans this year, and SNACC President, Dr. Kristin R. Engelhard, boasts that the program will be "a perfect balance between clinical neuroanesthesia and critical care and the most recent aspects of neuroscience". Moberg will exhibit its CNS Monitor, which seamlessly records and displays neurophysiologic data integrated with continuous, processed EEG. Visit our booth (#9) to learn more. Read more...

CNS Monitor Exhibiting at 43rd Annual Child Neurology Society Meeting

The Child Neurology Society Meeting is the meeting of choice among pediatric neurologists. Join the nearly 1,000 attendees expected for this year's meeting in Columbus, OH, and be sure to visit our booth to learn about the advanced EEG and multimodal monitoring capabilities of the Moberg CNS Monitor.

COSBID Meeting to Feature CNS Monitor

The Cooperative Study on Brain Injury Depolarization (COSBID) is an international cooperation of clinical and basic neuroscientists working in various participating centers in Europe and America. For their 16th Annual Meeting this year they will convene in Boston to explore the mechanism of brain injury depolarization with presentations from distinguished investigators and clinicians.

Moberg will demonstrate its CNS Monitor, which is used by COSBID researchers to record spreading depolarization using a specialized research EEG amplifier. Stop by our booth to learn more about how Moberg has supported COSBID's research efforts

Moberg Exhibiting at Germany's MEDICA Trade Fair

This November, Moberg will exhibit at the annual MEDICA Trade Fair in D├╝sseldorf, Germany, which brings over 130,000 visitors and 4,500 exhibitors from 70 countries. Moberg will network with thought-leaders in industry and healthcare, evaluate emerging market trends, and discuss future innovation, as well as strengthen relationships with industry partners and healthcare organizations from Europe.

Relevant Literature


Handbook of Neuroanesthesia
Philippa Newfield, James Cottrell, MD
Neurocritical Care
Werner Hacke, D.F. Hanley, A.H. Ropper, K.M. Einhaupl, T.P. Bleck, M.N. Diringer, K. Sartor
Topics in Neuroanaesthesia and Intensive Care
Georg E. Cold, Bent L. Dahl

Relevant Literature


The International Multi-disciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring: Future Directions and Emerging Technologies.
Vespa PMenon DLe Roux Pand the Participants in the International Multi-disciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring.
Neurocrit Care. 2014 Sep 11. [Epub ahead of print]

Intracranial Pressure Monitoring: Fundamental Considerations and Rationale for Monitoring.

Chesnut RVidetta WVespa PLe Roux PThe Participants in the International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring.
Neurocrit Care. 2014 Sep 11. [Epub ahead of print]

Intracranial Pressure and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Monitoring in Non-TBI Patients: Special Considerations.

Helbok ROlson DMLe Roux PDVespa PThe Participants in the International Multidisciplinary Consensus Conference on Multimodality Monitoring.
Neurocrit Care. 2014 Sep 11. [Epub ahead of print]
Volume 5, Number 5
October 2014
Upcoming Events
Oct. 9-10
SNACC Annual Meeting
New Orleans, LA
Oct. 22-25
Oct. 23-24
COSBID Meeting
Boston, MA
Nov. 12-15
D├╝sseldorf, Germany
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