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Greetings! We have launched a new campaign focused on bringing neurocritical care monitoring into the future.
Current standards for neurocritical care have room for improvement. EEG is generally read remotely, in isolation from other physiology, and usually many hours after it was recorded: its immediate value at the bedside is lost. In addition, a typical medical record for the brain consists only of infrequent ICP and Glasgow Coma Scale recordings. These metrics alone are insufficient for managing an organ as complex and dynamic as the brain.
Watch our Revolution video and learn about how Moberg ICU Solutions is combining connected data, contextual data, real-time analytics, empowered clinicians, a new medical record for the brain, and your ideas to revolutionize neurocritical care.

Visit us at the ASET 2017 Conference

What: ASET 2017 Annual Conference
Where: Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa, Tucson, AZ
When: August 10-12, 2017

Visit Moberg ICU Solutions at Booth #408-410
ASET is the premier professional organization in the neurodiagnostic field. Its annual conference provides attendees with the latest trends in neurodiagnostics including updates on ICU EEG monitoring. The program includes hands-on training workshops and opportunities for professional development and growth.

Moberg ICU Solutions will display the CNS Monitor, a specialized platform for continuous ICU EEG along with real-time multimodal neuromonitoring.  Please stop by booth #408-410 to learn more.

Contact Us: [email protected]

From Moberg ICU Solutions


Neurocritical Care Society Annual Meeting
Oct. 10-13, 2017: Waikoloa Village, HI
American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting
Dec. 1-5, 2017: Washington, DC

Publications of Interest

Lloyd, R., Goulding, R., Filan, P., & Boylan, G. (2015). Overcoming the practical challenges of electroencephalography for very preterm infants in the neonatal intensive care unit. Acta Paediatr, 104(2), 152-157.
Alvarez, V., Rodriguez Ruiz, A. A., LaRoche, S., Hirsch, L. J., Parres, C., Voinescu, P. E., . . . Critical Care, E. E. G. M. R. C. (2017). The use and yield of continuous EEG in critically ill patients: A comparative study of three centers. Clin Neurophysiol, 128(4), 570-578.
Carlson, A. P., Shuttleworth, W. C., Mead, B., Burlbaw, B., Krasberg, M., & Yonas, H. (2017). Cortical spreading depression occurs during elective neurosurgical procedures. J Neurosurg, 126(1), 266-273.
Carney, N., Totten, A. M., O'Reilly, C., Ullman, J. S., Hawryluk, G. W. J., Bell, M. J., . . . Ghajar, J. (2017). Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, Fourth Edition. Neurosurgery, 80(1), 6-15.
Sivakumar, S., Taccone, F. S., Rehman, M., Hinson, H., Naval, N., & Lazaridis, C. (2017). Hemodynamic and neuro-monitoring for neurocritically ill patients: An international survey of intensivists. J Crit Care, 39, 40-47
Rogers, M., Stutzman, S. E., Atem, F. D., Sengupta, S., Welch, B., & Olson, D. M. (2017). Intracranial Pressure Values Are Highly Variable After Cerebral Spinal Fluid Drainage. J Neurosci Nurs, 49(2), 85-89.


  • Provides an essential neurocritical care overview for general neurologists
  • Presents neurocritical care specialists with an update on severe neurological illness management
  • Offers coverage of all the most frequent neurologic diseases requiring intensive care
  • Includes chapters authored by global leaders in the field, providing the broadest, most expert coverage available on the topics discussed
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