Jun. 10-13, 2014: New York
The 11th NY Symposium on Neurological Emergencies and Neurocritical Care is designed to help healthcare professionals gain familiarity with advanced diagnostic and treatment techniques that apply to patients with acute neurological injury. The program will focus on both basic and advanced topics related to the management of life-threatening stroke, cardiac arrest, status epilepticus, and severe traumatic brain injury. The faculty will discuss new therapies that are available, and interpret the impact of recent clinical trial data on clinical practice.
On the final day of the symposium, Dick Moberg, Founder Moberg Research, and Tracey Berlin, RN, BSN, CCRN, CNRN will present CNS Monitor case studies during the Brain Monitoring Small Group Interactive Workshop. These case studies will demonstrate the impact of real-time multimodal data integration on clinical decision-making. Multiple monitoring modalities, including continuous and processed EEG, are included in the data.
Moberg will exhibit on the first floor of the New York Academy of Medicine alongside partner company Hemedex to demonstrate real-time multimodal monitoring. The CNS Monitor collects live data from the Bowman Perfusion Monitor and displays the trend alongside EEG and other physiology.
For meeting information, please visit: New York Neuro Symposium