Aug. 4-7, 2013: Nashville

The 31st Annual Symposium of the National Neurotrauma Society will take place August 4-7, 2013 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. This year’s conference, themed “Neurotrauma Challenges,” will address a diverse array of research topics involving traumatic brain injury (TBI) and spinal cord injury (SCI).

Moberg has worked on several efforts to address challenges in neurotrauma, including the development of the CNS Monitor for multimodal data integration in neurocritical care. We support many research studies with technology that enables real-time integration of EEG and neurophysiology from a wide variety of devices used to monitor patients with TBI.

Moberg has also developed the CNS Multimodal Database (MMDB), which combines physiology from the CNS Monitor with user-specified phenotypic data. Enter patient data using NINDS Common Data Elements templates or custom forms, and perform powerful searches using combinations of phenotypic and physiologic data.

Please find us at Neurotrauma 2013 in Booth #10 along with our partner, Hemedex, Inc.

University of New Mexico Presents Abstract Featuring CNS Data

At the 2013 Neurotrauma Symposium, our customers at the University of New Mexico will present an abstract titled “Role of Microvascular Shunting in CBF and ICP Dysautoregulation.”  One of the authors summarized the study as follows: “Based on data from multiparameter neuromonitoring and the Component Neuromonitoring System (CNS Monitor), this study shows that, following TBI and CVA, patients demonstrate changes in autoregulation that are fluid and possibly reversible, providing some opportunity to alter these changes with appropriate therapy.” Authors include E. Nemoto, D. Bragin, G. Statom, S. Pappu, B. Sena, T. Berlin, K. Olin, M. Krasberg, and H. Yonas. Presentation details are below:

Neurotrauma Symposium
Poster Session C
Tuesday, August 6
C150 Nemoto, Edwin
11:00 - 11:15 am
Role of Microvascular Shunting in CBF and ICP Dysautoregulation

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For meeting information, please visit: Neurotrauma