Events, books, publications, and other news in the fields of neuromonitoring and neurocritical care.
June 2012 Vol. 3 No. 3: Special Event Edition 

CNS Technology will attend the 9th Annual New York Symposium on Neurological Emergencies & Neurocritical Care
June 12-15th at the New York Academy of Medicine

CNS Multimodal Monitor at New York Meeting      
The Annual New York Symposium on Neurological Emergencies and Neurocritical Care may be one of the best reasons for neurocritical care health professionals to make an annual visit to the "Big Apple." Speakers and participants will discuss emerging trends diagnostic and treatment techniques for acute neurological injury to encourage use of advanced technologies and pharmacologic interventions.

This year, the CNS Monitor will be featured alongside the Bowman Perfusion Monitor during the workshop entitled Integrating CBF with Other Brain Physiologyon Friday June, 15th at 10:30 a.m, the final day of the symposium. The small, interactive, group workshop will allow participants to see first-hand the value of integrating cerebral blood flow along with other physiology and EEG. Dr. Axel Rosengart will host the informal workshop. CNS Technology representatives, Mr. Dick Moberg and Mr. Gary Trapuzzano, will also be available to field technical questions about data collection and integration.

The workshop presents an opportunity to network with experts and colleagues as well as discuss the technology involved in multimodal neuromonitoring. Tracey Berlin, RN, BSN, CCRN, CNRN hopes to share insights from her experience with multimodal monitoring at the University of New Mexico as a Neuroscience Technology Specialist.
Future Looks Bright for Neurocritical Care Research    
CNS Technology traveled to Houston for the Second Neurocritical Care Research Conference on May 18-20. The meeting gathered together neurocritical care thought-leaders who delivered talks on the challenges and opportunities in the future of the field.

CNS Technology's co-founder, Dick Moberg, spoke on Integrating Multiple Monitors in a User-Friendly Format. Mr. Moberg discussed the need for data integration in the ICU setting. He referenced decades of research, the efforts of which have culminated in the commercial product, the CNS Monitor.
The CNS Technology booth welcomes visitors.
Dr. DaiWai Olsen views the automated care path system Dr. DaiWai Olsen views the automated care path system.  
The company also demonstrated some research being conducted on automating clinical care paths. The goal is to use the patient's context derived from multimodal data to drive the protocols.  This project is sponsored by the U.S. Army as part of a larger effort to develop a unified data environment around the patient.

The system will be demonstrated at other future meetings and representatives will be available to answer any questions. We welcome collaboration with interested clinicians.

New Manufacturing Center at Moberg Research Headquarters
Moberg Research, the manufacturer of the CNS Monitor, is proud to announce the completion of office and facility renovations. The renovations include new, more spacious manufacturing work areas and benches, extended administration space, and a new vestibule. The expanded manufacturing area houses additional CNS Monitor inventory and has been redesigned to promote productivity. This expansion corresponds with Moberg Research's growth as a company, allowing employees to work efficiently on multiple engineering and design projects.  We will continue to provide superior service for you with this advanced work environment.

New Engineering Facility
Upcoming Events for 2012
Here is what is in store after the New York Symposium:
     Neurotrauma 2012 in Phoenix, AZ.
    July 23-25

     Neonatal Brain Monitoring in Tampa, FL.
     September 13-15

 Neurocritical Care Society in Denver, CO.
     October 3-6

    The Future of the Neuro ICU starts sooner than you think!
     Watch for updates in our upcoming newsletters.

 For further reading on multimodal monitoring including CBF and other measurements:

Multimodal monitoring in subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Sandsmark DK, Kumar MA, Park S, Levine JM.

Stroke. 2012 May;43(5):1440-5. Epub 2012 Mar 16.

Model-based noninvasive estimation of intracranial pressure from cerebral blood flow velocity and arterial pressure.

Kashif FM, Verghese GC, Novak V, Czosnyka M, Heldt T.
Sci Trans Med. 2012 Apr 11;4(129):129ra44.

Monitoring of the association between cerebral blood flow velocity and intracranial pressure.

Lewis PM, Smielewski P., Rosenfeld JV, Pickard JD, Czosnyka M.
Acta Neurochir Suppl. 2012;114:147-51

Low D, Kuralmani V, Ng SK, Lee KK, Ng I, Ang BT.
J Neurotrauma. 2009 Aug;26(8):1177-82.


Decision Making in Neurocritical Care
Jennifer A Frontera (Editor) 
Apr 24, 2009
Emergency Management in Neurocritical Care (NIP- Neurology in Practice)
Edited by Edward Manno
May 29, 2012
The NeuroICU Book
Kiwon Lee
April 19, 2012

Neurocritical Care
Eelco F. M., MD Wijdicks
Nov 1, 2011
Core Topics in Neuroanaesthesia and Neurointensive Care
Edited by Basil F. Matta, David K. Menon and Martin Smith
November 28, 2011

* This book includes a chapter by our founder, Dick Moberg!

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See our products featured in these journals:
Journal of Neurotrauma      Neurocritical Care
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