Jun. 28-Jul. 1, 2015: Santa Fe
This conference on traumatic brain injury (TBI) focuses on integrating clinical, translational, and basic science information on issues in neurotrauma. This year’s meeting will consist of a series of clinical sessions and workshops, basic science and injury modeling sessions, discussions of translational issues from both the clinical and basic sides of the spectrum, as well as programs for students and early career investigators.
Meeting information: Symposium of the National Neurotrauma Society
Integrated Multimodal Data Collection for TBI Treatment & Research
Visit Booth # 24
Integrated data collection, continuous EEG, and informatics tools support TBI research, improved outcomes, and precision medicine. Seamless, high-resolution, time-synchronized data integration facilitates advanced analysis, visualization, and decision support.
Moberg ICU Solutions’ technology provides the following:
- Multimodal data integration
- Continuous EEG
- Multimodal Database – comprehensive patient data repository
- Common Data Elements labels
- Analysis with third-party applications
TRACK-TBI, CENTER-TBI, and COSBID
Currently, 10 CENTER-TBI multi-center study sites (Europe) and 7 TRACK-TBI sites (USA) use the Moberg CNS Monitor as the high-resolution data collection platform for their TBI research.
COSBID (Co-operative Studies on Brain Injury Depolarizations) researchers recommend the Moberg CNS Monitor for recording and displaying spreading depressions and depolarizations (SD).