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2016 News Archive

Ambler, PA - June 16, 2016 - Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center opened its doors to a new state-of-the-art Neurocritical Care Unit that includes a Moberg CNS Monitor in each room. The CNS Monitor provides bedside data displays that support timely intervention by caregivers. The CNS Monitor provides clinicians with the opportunity to personalize treatment for neurocritical care patients: physicians and nurses can make individualized decisions based on the unique data trend for each patient.

The information environment in the neuro ICU is very complex, where clinicians need to interpret data and make decisions quickly. The CNS Monitor collects a wide array of data from separate devices, records it and displays it on one screen. Clinicians can use the CNS system to view a comprehensive picture of the brain status and the results of their interventions. Data collected by the CNS Monitor is presented at the bedside in user-friendly displays, similar to a conventional vital signs monitor, and can be reviewed without stopping data collection, for example during shift change. Data can also be archived for retrospective review.

The CNS Monitor, the CNS system’s core component, is the premier platform for multimodal monitoring and serves as the monitoring “data hub” in patient rooms. It currently collects over 140 measurements from 30 monitoring and therapeutic devices, and the list is growing. It is popular for research and clinical applications. It is the only commercial platform that enables multimodal data to be integrated into clinical decision-making tools developed by Moberg and third parties. Utilization of this pathway for clinical data is critical for optimization of outcomes.

Dick Moberg, President & CEO of Moberg Research, Inc. commented on the implementation of the CNS technology, “Right now, the need for integrated neuro data is crucial to improving patient care and outcomes. The Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center installation is incredibly advanced and is likely to have a major impact on the future of the field.”

Moberg ICU Solutions (Moberg Research, Inc.) is a privately owned medical device manufacturing company specializing in neurological patient monitoring solutions for acute care. Moberg was founded in 1998 and is located in Ambler, PA in the greater Philadelphia area. For more information visit www.moberg.com.