Visit us at these upcoming meetings
January 30-31, 2020
UCLA Campus

The 13th Annual Neurocritical Care Symposium features a two-day conference designed to discuss innovative strategies to treat neurotrauma, cardiac arrest and other neurologic emergencies. This two-day conference explores modern approaches to patient care for patients with ICU delirium, anoxic brain injury, traumatic brain injury, coma, stroke, brain hemorrhage, and seizures.
This is a unique conference focused on state-of-the-art neurological care of babies with, or at-risk for, brain injury in the NICU. It is organized by NICU nurses who are experts in developmental, family-centered and neuro-intensive care. It includes topics in support of bedside care practices that focus on the 4 pillars of Neuro-Nurturing Care: neuro-assessment, monitoring, protection and development.
Brain Matters Webinar Series
Butterflies in the Brain -
Emerging applications of NeuroUltrasound in ICU
Aarti Sarwal, MD, FNCS, FAAN, is an Associate Professor of Neurocritical Care, Department of Neurology, and Medical Director/Section Head of Neurocritical Care at the Wake Forest School of Medicine.

Dr. Sarwal will give a case based talk on emerging clinical application of neuroultrasound in the critical care setting. Clinical cases highlighting the use of cranial ultrasound and point of care applications of transcranial doppler monitoring in enhancing the understanding of the patient’s cerebrovascular physiology will be reviewed.
Friday, March 27, 2020
2:00 PM EDT (US)
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All registrants receive a link to the recording about a week later.
Dick has a podcast!
"Dick Moberg's Neural Network" is a compilation of interviews with some of the leading voices in the field of neurocritical care. Dick adds episodes frequently. Here are some of the titles:
  • ICP Monitoring: A Standard of Care with No Standards
  • Dr. Thomas Bleck - A Conversation on Neurocritical Care
  • Establishing a Multimodal Monitoring Program
  • Automating TCD
  • The BrainIT Collaborative Network
  • Big Data and the Cloud in TBI
  • The ICP 2019 Meeting in Leuven and Smart Monitoring of ICP
  • The Pursuit of Non-Invasive ICP Monitoring
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ANIM - Arbeitstagung Neurointensivmedizin
Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2020: Karlsruhe, Germany
ACNS Annual Meeting & Courses
Feb. 5-9, 2020: New Orleans, LA
Society of Critical Care Medicine
Feb. 16-19, 2020: Orlando, FL

Uryga, A., Kasprowicz, M., Calviello, L., Diehl, R. R., Kaczmarska, K., & Czosnyka, M. (2019). Assessment of cerebral hemodynamic parameters using pulsatile versus non-pulsatile cerebral blood outflow models. J Clin Monit Comput, 33(1), 85-94.

Chesnut, R., Aguilera, S., Buki, A., Bulger, E., Citerio, G., Cooper, D. J., . . . Hawryluk, G. W. J. (2020). A management algorithm for adult patients with both brain oxygen and intracranial pressure monitoring: the Seattle International Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Consensus Conference (SIBICC). Intensive Care Med.

Rajagopalan, S., Cruz Navarro, J., Baghshomali, S., Kirschen, M., Greer, D., Kofke, W. A., & Balu, R. (2019). Physiological Signatures of Brain Death Uncovered by Intracranial Multimodal Neuromonitoring. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol.

Robba, C., Goffi, A., Geeraerts, T., Cardim, D., Via, G., Czosnyka, M., . . . Citerio, G. (2019). Brain ultrasonography: methodology, basic and advanced principles and clinical applications. A narrative review. Intensive Care Med.


Neurocritical Care Informatics

Translating Raw Data into Bedside Action

This book reviews the concepts underlying the emerging field of neurocritical care informatics, with a focus on integrated data acquisition, linear and nonlinear processing, and innovative visualization in the ICU.

Subjects addressed in individual chapters are thus wide ranging and encompassing, for example, multimodal and continuous EEG monitoring and data integration, display of data in the ICU, patient-centered clinical decision support, optimization of collaboration and workflow, and progress towards an “integrated medical environment”.

All of the nine chapters have been written by international thought leaders in the field, including our own Dick Moberg and Ryan Goldstein.
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