Ambler, PA – February 6, 2013 – Last week Moberg Research returned home from a trip to Mannheim, Germany, where the company exhibited at ANIM, an annual meeting focused on neurocritical care and emergency medicine.
This year they held a joint meeting of the German Society for Neurocritical Care and Emergency Medicine (DGNI) and the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS). Moberg Research showcased its advanced multimodal monitoring technology before the global audience in preparation for its entrance into the European market later this year.
Taking place from January 24-26, the conference covered a wide range of topics within Neurocritical Care. Conference goers had the opportunity to hear informational lectures from key physicians, attend a variety of nursing sessions, and view advanced technology from leading companies.
Moberg Research prepares to exhibit at ANIM
Moberg Research displayed multimodal neuromonitoring products with the ability to import and synchronize multiple physiological features. The Component Neuromonitoring System (CNS) is quickly being adopted as an important monitoring tool in neuro intensive care units throughout the United States.
Some of the US contingent to ANIM:
Drs. Manno, Hanley, DeGeorgia, and Gress
“Germany has a distinguished history in neuromonitoring and is the origin of several important monitoring modalities, not the least of which is electroencephalography (EEG),” said Dick Moberg, President. “We are looking forward to working with key thought leaders as we enter the European market later this year.”
Moberg Research plans to attend additional conferences in Europe this year. Find a full list of anticipated events at the company website, www.moberg.com, or sign up for the company newsletter to receive updates on travel plans.
About Moberg Research, Inc.
Moberg Research, Inc. is a privately owned medical device manufacturing company specializing in neurological patient monitoring solutions for acute care. Moberg Research was founded in 1998 and is located in Ambler, PA in the greater Philadelphia area. For more information visit www.moberg.com.
Questions or comments contact:
Miranda Pruitt, Director of Marketing
Moberg Research, Inc.