Ambler, PA – July 30, 2013 –At the 2013 Neurotrauma Symposium in Nashville, TN, Moberg's customers at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNM) will present an abstract which includes multimodal data collected and integrated with the CNS Monitor. The staff at UNM utilized their CNS Monitors to time synchronize data from multiple monitoring devices in their neuroscience ICU, allowing review of interactions and correlations between the various physiologic parameters.
The abstract, titled Role of Microvascular Shunting in CBF and ICP Dysautoregulation, was summarized as follows: “Based on data from multiparameter neuromonitoring and the Component Neuromonitoring System [CNS Monitor], this study shows that, following TBI and CVA, patients demonstrate changes in autoregulation that are fluid and possibly reversible, providing some opportunity to alter these changes with appropriate therapy.” Authors include E. Nemoto, D. Bragin, G. Statom, S. Pappu, B. Sena, T. Berlin, K. Olin, M. Krasberg, and H. Yonas. The presentation by Edwin Nemoto, MD will take place the morning of August 6th during Neurotrauma 2013.
For more information, please visit the symposium website: Neurotrauma
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