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Brain Matters: March 2019

Spreading Depolarizations in the Injured Human Brain: Characterization, Clinical Significance and Implications for Neuromonitoring

Description:

This month on Brain Matters, Sharon Jewell, MRC Clinical Research Fellow at King's College London, department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience and Imperial College London, department of Bioengineering, discusses what Spreading Depolarizations (SD) are, how to record them, and why they are clinically relevant in the context of human brain injury.

She covers the electrical characteristics of SDs, the blood flow response, and the complex interactions that SDs share with other, established secondary insults. She also touches upon their discovery and historical aspects of SDs important for our current and future understanding.

Topics:

  • History of SDs
  • Recording methods
  • Causes and effects of SDs

Date Recorded:

Friday, March 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.

Get to Know Your CNS Monitor: Basics and Beyond - February 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:

  • Editing protocols
  • Creating protocols

Date Recorded:

Friday, February 15, 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: January 2019

The Brain Oxygen Optimization in Severe TBI (BOOST) Phase 3 study: Towards evidence based medicine in the neurological ICU

Description:

This month on Brain Matters, Dr. Ramon Diaz-Arrastia, MD, PhD, from the University of Pennsylvania, presents the scientific and clinical rationale for monitoring brain tissue oxygen pressure, summarizes the results of the BOOST Phase 2 study, and discusses the design of the BOOST Phase 3 study, which will be launched in the first quarter of 2019.

Topics:

  • Brain tissue oxygen monitoring
  • Strategies for treating decreases in ICP and PbtO2
  • Goals for the BOOST-3 study

Date Recorded:

Friday, January 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.

Get to Know Your CNS Monitor: Basics and Beyond - December 2018

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:

  • CNS Monitor case studies
  • Marking events
  • Taking snapshots

Date Recorded:

Friday, December 7, 2018

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 - October 2018

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:

  • Editing monitoring protocols
  • Selecting measurements to be recorded
  • Adding and rearranging trends

Date Recorded:

Friday, October 12, 2018

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 - August 2018

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 new monthly 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:

  • Customizing multimodal displays
  • Configuring alarms
  • Navigating through recorded data

Date Recorded:

Friday, August 24, 2018

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: July 2018

Electroencephalographic Patterns in Neurocritical Care

Description:

This month on Brain Matters, Dr. Brian Appavu, MD discusses electroencephalographic patterns in neurocritical care as epiphenomena or direct contributors of brain injury. He highlights the effect that seizures and other EEG patterns may have on other neurophysiologic variables (ABP, CPP, brain tissue oxygenation, etc).

Dr. Appavu is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and Child Health at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and serves as an ICU neurologist and epileptologist at the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital.

Topics:

  • Overview of EEG
  • Effects of seizures on cerebral pathology
  • Methods for preventing secondary neuronal injury

Date Recorded:

Friday, July 27, 2018

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 2018

Continuous Assessment of Cerebral Autoregulation in TBI Patients Using ICM+

Description:

In this month's webinar, Dr. Peter Smielewski of Cambridge Neuroscience presents the current state of the art in continuous assessment of cerebral autoregulation in patients undergoing neuro-monitoring. In particular, he illustrates a practical approach to the autoregulation-oriented management of TBI patients and discusses the clinical impact of such therapy and the road ahead.

In the industry partner section, Dr. Smielewski focuses on aspects of integration of ICM+ with the Moberg CNS Monitor and discusses the benefits of such synergy.

Topics:

  • Calculating optimal CPP values
  • Effect of PRx on patient outcome
  • Integrating ICM+ with the CNS Monitor

Date Recorded:

Friday, June 8, 2018

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.