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Brain Matters: April 2020

Conquering the Ictal-Interictal-Injury-Continuum: Using Big EEG Data and AI to automate and increase the value of intensive care brain monitoring

Topics:

  • Using Ictal-Interictal Continuum Abnormality (IICA) burden to predict patient outcome
  • Automating detection of seizure and IICA
  • Areas of the model needing improvement

Date Recorded:

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Brain Matters: March 2020

Butterflies in the Brain - Emerging applications of NeuroUltrasound in ICU

Description:

Dr. Sarwal gives a case-based talk on emerging clinical application of neuroultrasound in the critical care setting. Clinical cases highlighting the use of cranial ultrasound and point of care applications of transcranial doppler monitoring in enhancing the understanding of patient’s cerebrovascular physiology are reviewed.

Topics:

  • Current applications for TCD in the ICU
  • Emerging applications for TCD in the ICU
  • Review of case studies

Date Recorded:

Friday, March 27, 2020

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Brain Matters: November 2019

Perspectives on (Non) Invasive ICP Monitoring

Description:

Dr. Heldt provides a review of some important concepts when monitoring ICP. He also gives an overview of research in recording this important cranial vital sign non-invasively.

Learn about The Integrative Neuromonitoring and Critical Care Informatics Group.

Read about the noninvasive estimation of ICP in children.

Topics:

  • Basics of ICP monitoring
  • Advantages of non-invasive ICP monitoring
  • Methods of estimating ICP non-invasively

Date Recorded:

Friday, November 1, 2019

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Brain Matters: September 2019

The Neuro ICU Cockpit

Description:

This month’s webinar takes you to Zurich, Switzerland where you will hear about the Neuro ICU Cockpit developed by Dr. Emanuela Keller together with ETH Zurich and IBM Research Zurich. Their ICU Cockpit is a great example of how to use comprehensive data for predicting status and optimizing patient management.

Topics:

  • Challenges in intensive care monitoring
  • The ICU Cockpit infrastructure
  • Features and benefits of the ICU Cockpit

Date Recorded:

Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Brain Matters: June 2019

Spinal Cord Perfusion Pressure: A New Protocol for Hemodynamic Management of SCI

Description:

This month on Brain Matters, Lawrence Chyall and Debra Hemmerle discuss recent findings from the CAMPER study which demonstrate that maintaining SCPP greater than 50mmHg is a strong predictor of recovery in spinal cord injury (SCI). They present a new protocol that operationalizes these findings into the clinical practice of a Smart Neuro ICU. Dr. Geoff Manley makes a guest appearance to introduce the topic.

Topics:

  • Acute management and prevention of secondary injury
  • Role of SCPP in SCI outcomes
  • Strategies for managing SCPP

Date Recorded:

Friday, June 21, 2019

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Brain Matters: May 10, 2019

Improving outcomes in neonatal asphyxia: New Frontiers of Real Time Neuromonitoring Towards Precision Based Therapies

Description:

In this edition of Brain Matters, Dr. Lina Chalak discusses the topic of neonatal asphyxia. The session includes challenges and updates for infants with so called "mild HIE", new research involving physiological biomarkers to improve risk stratification of the disease severity within 6 hours, as well as new randomized trials of neuroprotection beyond hypothermia.

Topics:

  • Identifying neonates with HIE
  • Strategies for treating HIE
  • Neonatal asphyxia research and trials

Date Recorded:

Friday, May 10, 2019

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Brain Matters: May 3, 2019

Physiology Based Management of TBI: Challenges to Guide Therapy

Description:

Clinical management of severe traumatic brain injury has traditionally been focused on control of intracranial pressure, which may be an insensitive and late indicator of secondary brain injury. The monitoring and treating of other physiologic variables, particularly brain tissue oxygenation (PbtO2), may enhance patient care. Insights regarding physiological changes in the brain may be determined through responses of PbtO2 to controlled changes in FiO2, CO2 and MAP. The methods to perform and interpret these dynamic "challenges" are the focus of this webinar.

Topics:

  • Monitoring brain physiology
  • Performing FiO2, CO2, and MAP challenges
  • Interpreting results of challenges

Date Recorded:

Friday, May 3, 2019

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.

Get to Know Your CNS Monitor: Basics and Beyond – April 2019

Description:

Are you a Moberg CNS user? Do you have questions or just want to learn more?

Please join us for "Get to Know Your CNS Monitor: Basics and Beyond", our web session focusing on operational features of the CNS Monitor. These sessions are conducted by our adult and neonatal Nurse Clinical Specialists, and are designed for the bedside CNS Monitor user, nurses and other "super-user" providers.

Each session begins with a brief demonstration of an often under-utilized feature on the CNS Monitor. Then we open the forum to discussion and Q&A with participants.

Topics:

  • System configuration features
  • Patient data file management
  • Data review tools

Date Recorded:

Friday, April 19, 2019

Disclaimer:

The views and opinions expressed by the presenter and other third parties do not necessarily reflect those of Moberg Research, Inc. Moberg Research, Inc. makes no clinical claims regarding information described by the presenter and other third parties.