New Webinar Series
Get to Know Your CNS Monitor: Basics and Beyond

Kathi Salley Randall, RN, MSN, CNS, NNP-BC, is internationally known as an expert educator on the use of bedside brain monitoring and neuroprotective strategies in the Neonatal ICU.
Tracey Berlin, MSN-Ed RN CNRN CCRN-K, is a neuroscience nurse educator/consultant and is on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN).

Are you a Moberg CNS user? Do you have questions or just want to learn more?

Please join us for "Get to Know Your CNS Monitor: Basics and Beyond", our new monthly web session focusing on operational features of the CNS Monitor. These sessions will be conducted by our adult and neonatal Nurse Clinical Specialists, and are designed for the bedside CNS Monitor user, nurses and other "super-user" providers.

Each session will begin with a brief demonstration of an often under-utilized feature on the CNS Monitor. Then we will open the forum to discussion and Q&A with participants.

Topics will range from marking events to editing protocols, from changing screen layouts to taking snapshots, and much more.

NeuroTrauma 2018
(Pictured Drs. Jed Hartings and Tomas Watanabe with their poster)
Dick Moberg and Andrew Gaess, our newest account manager, attended NeuroTrauma 2018 in Toronto, August 11-16. The clinical side of this research-focused meeting is growing and quite a few presentations were on the use of multimodal monitoring and its role in individualized management of TBI. We ran into many friends including Dr. Greg Hawryluk as well as Drs. Jed Hartings and Tomas Watanabe who are working on the ongoing SDII trial for spreading depolarizations.
ASET 2018
(Pictured our shared booth with our partner Micromed)
Representing Moberg ICU Solutions, Alex Reese attended the ASET Conference in New Orleans from August 15-17. Branded as the 'premier education and exposition opportunity for Neurodiagnostic technologists in the country,' ASET 2018 featured educational seminars and emergent technologies across a range of focus areas in neurophysiology. Our booth attracted interest from a number of technologists hoping to expand the role of multimodal neuromonitoring in their ICU departments. In addition to those who were new to our technology, Alex was able to catch up with several existing customers from institutions that included Phoenix Children's Hospital, Stanford Health Care, and Penn Presbyterian Hospital.
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
Newborn Brain Symposium
Oct 4-6, 2018: Boston, MA

Smith, M., & Meyfroidt, G. (2017). Critical illness: the brain is always in the line of fire. Intensive Care Med, 43(6), 870-873.

Garvey, A. A., Kooi, E. M. W., Smith, A., & Dempsey, E. M. (2018). Interpretation of Cerebral Oxygenation Changes in the Preterm Infant. Children (Basel), 5(7), 94.

Piccinini, A., Lewis, M., Benjamin, E., Aiolfi, A., Inaba, K., & Demetriades, D. (2017). Intracranial pressure monitoring in severe traumatic brain injuries: a closer look at level 1 trauma centers in the United States. Injury, 48(9), 1944-1950.

Reis, C., Akyol, O., Araujo, C., Huang, L., Enkhjargal, B., Malaguit, J., . . . Zhang, J. H. (2017). Pathophysiology and the Monitoring Methods for Cardiac Arrest Associated Brain Injury. Int J Mol Sci, 18(1).


The Practice of Neurocritical Care

J. Claude Hemphill III., Alejandro A. Rabinstein, Owen B. Samuels
Neurocritical Care Society, Apr 29, 2015 

The Practice of Neurocritical Care, by the Neurocritical Care Society represents a new approach to medical textbooks. This book includes a range of topics, many of which have been discussed at prior Neurocritical Care Society annual meetings, with current and expanded content, tables, figures, and critical references. This offering is authored and published exclusively by physician, nursing, and pharmacy leaders in the field who represent the Neurocritical Care Society, the first and largest multidisciplinary international medical society focused on neurocritical care. This textbook can be used as part of preparation for the neurocritical care certification examination, or for the neurocritical care portion of the boards for neurology, neurosurgery, or other critical care specialties. But beyond this, we believe it is valuable to any practitioner interested in a current update on Neurocritical Care from experts in the field.

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