Monitors, Physiologic, Neurology

Definition : Physiologic monitors designed to measure and display the adequacy of the nerve function (neurological activity) of the nerves, brain, and spinal cord. These monitors typically can measure, process, and display evoke potentials (EP), electromyography (EMG), electroencephalography (EEG) and/or neuromuscular block response signals. Neurophysiologic monitors typically consist of a main computerized electronic unit that processes and displays the information; detachable electrodes (e.g., cups, needles) appropriate to acquire the specific neuro-electrical signals; and integral or autonomous stimulators appropriate to provide the required stimuli (e.g., for nerve block, evoked potential evaluation). Neurologic monitors are mostly used to assess patients in intensive care or intra-operatively.

Entry Terms : "Neurological Monitors" , "Neurologic Monitors" , "Nerve Function Monitors" , "Neurology Physiologic Monitors" , "Neurophysiological Monitors"

UMDC code : 34437

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Cadwell Industries Inc

Company Type: Parent

Cadwell recently debuted the Easy Ambulatory EEG and PSG system with the NEW patent pending Q-Video Mobile recording system – This new video recording system synchronizes video with ambulatory EEG and PSG recordings collected outside of the hospital. Patients can move freely while the Easy system hardware captures multiple EEG and PSG channels with time synchronized video to assist physicians in identifying events.

Medtronic Inc

Company Type: Parent

At Medtronic, we're changing the face of chronic disease. By working closely with physicians around the world, we create therapies to help patients do things they never thought possible.

Natus Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

Natus is a leading provider of healthcare products used for the screening, detection, treatment, monitoring and tracking of common medical ailments in newborn care, hearing impairment, neurological dysfunction, epilepsy, sleep disorders, and balance and mobility disorders.

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