See you at AES 2017
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Continuous Innovation

At Moberg ICU Solutions, we listen to our customers and we are always innovating to consistently bring you the best platform for neurocritical care. 

This year, at the Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society, we will launch the latest additions to our platform: the CNS Application PC, the CNS Reader software, and our interface to Capsule™.

The CNS Application PC is a small but powerful external PC that is conveniently mounted on the back of the CNS Monitor to maintain our small footprint in a neuroICU. The CNS Application PC runs Persyst® to offer advanced quantitative EEG trends and seizure detection at the bedside and it will be configured in order to optimize the workflow for EEG technologists and neurologists. 

The CNS Reader software is designed to bring you the best of two worlds: review of traditional EEG and multimodal brain monitoring data. The CNS Reader software allows convenient reading of active monitoring sessions and of archived data. 

Last but not least, we are thrilled to announce that an interface to Capsule has been released. Through Capsule, vital signs, brain perfusion, brain oxygenation, and other data collected by the CNS Monitor can be sent to the electronic medical record to improve charting efficiency. 

True innovation to bring you the ICU of the future!

WhereWalter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. 20001
When:  Dec. 1-5, 2017

The American Epilepsy Society (AES) Annual Meeting is the largest meeting of epilepsy and clinical neurophysiology professionals in the world. AES offers a look into the latest research and technology relating to epilepsy and other areas of brain physiology. This year's program includes a variety of educational symposia, special interest groups, lectures from leaders in the field, investigators and skills workshops, and an annual course.

Visit us at booth #618 to learn more about the unique features of the CNS Monitor. The CNS Monitor collects and time-synchronizes a comprehensive set of physiology from the patient. It is the only monitoring solution where you can read EEG in the context of the patient's status.

For meeting information, please visit: AES Annual Meeting

Hilkman, D. M., van Mook, W. N., & van Kranen-Mastenbroek, V. H. (2017). Continuous electroencephalographic-monitoring in the ICU: an overview of current strengths and future challenges. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol, 30(2), 192-199.

Beniczky, S., Aurlien, H., Brogger, J. C., Hirsch, L. J., Schomer, D. L., Trinka, E., . . . Herman, S. T. (2017). Standardized computer-based organized reporting of EEG: SCORE - Second version. Clin Neurophysiol, 128(11), 2334-2346.

Wainsztein, N., & Rodriguez Lucci, F. (2017). Cortical Spreading Depression and Ischemia in Neurocritical Patients. Neurol Clin, 35(4), 655-664

Kolls, B. J., Mace, B. E., & Dombrowski, K. E. (2017). Implementation of Continuous Video-Electroencephalography at a Community Hospital Enhances Care and Reduces Costs. Neurocrit Care. (in press)

Struck, A. F., Ustun, B., Ruiz, A. R., Lee, J. W., LaRoche, S. M., Hirsch, L. J., . . . Westover, M. B. (2017). Association of an Electroencephalography-Based Risk Score With Seizure Probability in Hospitalized Patients. JAMA Neurol. (in press)

Sansevere, A. J., Duncan, E. D., Libenson, M. H., Loddenkemper, T., Pearl, P. L., & Tasker, R. C. (2017). Continuous EEG in Pediatric Critical Care: Yield and Efficiency of Seizure Detection. J Clin Neurophysiol, 34(5), 421-426.
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