Visit Moberg at NeuroTrauma & ASET

NeuroTrauma 2018
Aug 11-16, 2018Toronto, Canada

Since its inception in 1982, this symposium has served as the premier forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury (SCI).

As in previous years, this year's meeting will be co-hosted by the National Neurotrauma Society and the AANS/CNS Joint Section on Neurotrauma and Critical Care. This combination of expertise allows for presentations that integrate state-of-the-art clinical, translational and basic science information on the consequences of damage to the nervous system.

Visit the Moberg ICU Solutions exhibit (booth #303) to learn how to use the CNS Monitor for monitoring brain injured patients.

Contact us for more information.

ASET 2018 Annual Conference
Aug 16-18, 2018New Orleans, LA

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.

Stop by our exhibit (booth #312) to learn how the CNS Monitor can support EEG interpretation by including other meaningful physiological signals, and to see how it interfaces with Micromed File Manager (booth #310) software to create a comprehensive view of patient data in real time, remotely or post-acquisition – anytime, anywhere.

Contact us for more information.

Moberg Launches a New Informatics Division
Moberg ICU Solutions spent the past twenty years focusing on the complex problem of recording data from multiple medical devices, precisely time-synchronizing it, and displaying it on a bedside friendly monitor. The result is the very unique Component Neuromonitoring System. The next phase of our growth, which started informally several years ago, is to develop tools to use this data for precision management of patients. 

We are pleased to announce a new division, Moberg Informatics, that will focus on developing a platform for advanced analytics and data exploration as well as for decision support. In collaboration with multiple organizations, our mission is to facilitate the development of a more meaningful medical record for the brain.

You will be hearing more from us about this exciting new venture over the next few months.
The recording of our last webinar by Dr. Brian Appavu, MD, "Electroencephalographic Patterns in Neurocritical Care", is now available on our website.
Watch Here
Aug 31, 2018: Sacramento, CA
Neurocritical Care Society's 16th Annual Meeting
Sept 25-28, 2018: Boca Raton, FL
Innovative Care of the Newborn Brain
Sept 26-27, 2018:  Palo Alto, CA

Foreman, B., Ngwenya, L. B., Stoddard, E., Hinzman, J. M., Andaluz, N., & Hartings, J. A. (2018). Safety and Reliability of Bedside, Single Burr Hole Technique for Intracranial Multimodality Monitoring in Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurocrit Care. In press.

Elmer, J., Flickinger, K. L., Anderson, M. W., Koller, A. C., Sundermann, M. L., Dezfulian, C., . . . Menegazzi, J. J. (2018). Effect of neuromonitor-guided titrated care on brain tissue hypoxia after opioid overdose cardiac arrest. Resuscitation, 129, 121-126.

Busch, D. R., Balu, R., Baker, W. B., Guo, W., He, L., Diop, M., . . . Kofke, W. A. (2018). Detection of Brain Hypoxia Based on Noninvasive Optical Monitoring of Cerebral Blood Flow with Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy. Neurocrit Care. In press.

Meyfroidt, G., Menon, D., & Turgeon, A. F. (2018). Ten false beliefs in neurocritical care. Intensive Care Med. In press.

Al-Mufti, F., Smith, B., Lander, M., Damodara, N., Nuoman, R., El-Ghanem, M., . . . Gandhi, C. D. (2018). Novel minimally invasive multi-modality monitoring modalities in neurocritical care. J Neurol Sci, 390, 184-192.


Pre-Clinical and Clinical Methods in Brain Trauma Research

Amit K. Srivastava, Charles S. Cox, Editors
Part of the Neuromethods book series (NM, volume 139)

This volume explores current viewpoints and knowledge gaps in the field of traumatic brain injury (TBI). The chapters in this book cover topics ranging from development of in vitro and animal TBI models, to diagnostic imaging and disease monitoring in patients. Designing pre-clinical and clinical trials is also discussed. In Neuromethods series style, chapters include the kind of detail and key advice from the specialists needed to get successful results in your laboratory.

Practical and thorough, Pre-Clinical and Clinical Methods in Brain Trauma Research is a valuable resource for both scientists and clinical researchers interested in learning about important techniques and their applications in the field of TBI.
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