neurological monitoring

neurological monitoring

a nursing intervention from the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) defined as collection and analysis of patient data to prevent or minimize neurological complications. See also Nursing Interventions Classification.
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a medical device company that has developed the US FDA-approved EPAD system for simplified neurological monitoring in a wide array of surgical procedures where full monitoring may not be indicated, cost-effective, or feasible.
Supply of various sensors for neurological monitoring for the centers linked to the Health Logistics Platform of Granada.
Neurological monitoring of children after the age of two years showed that 70% of children from the group with high neurological risk had serious neurological consequences and 10% of children from the group with low neurological risk had mild neurodevelopmental disorders(20).
Neurologists, neurosurgeons, and other clinicians from the US and Europe address neuroimaging; prehospital and emergency department care, including out-of-hospital management and emergency department evaluation and in-hospital observation of mild traumatic brain injury; surgical and medical management in the intensive care unit, with explanation of indications for immediate surgery, neurological monitoring and treatment, and systemic treatment; rehabilitation of cognitive deficits; and postacute care and community reintegration, including epidemiology, neuropsychiatric and behavioral complications, and follow-up.
SafeOp's goal is to enable basic neurological monitoring in a wide array of surgical procedures where full monitoring, which requires the continuous presence of a technologist and neurologist, may not be indicated, cost effective or feasible.
4) The need for a carotid shunt may not be a straightforward decision and this may be based on clinical judgment, the use of monitors of cerebral perfusion or awake neurological monitoring.
The neurological monitoring and treatment of a case diagnosed with postpartum cerebellar infarction.
The use of quantitative EEG (electroencephalography) for neurological monitoring and diagnosing neurological injury, as well as neurological and psychiatric disorders, is gaining acceptance among professionals and researchers working in this area.
Close neurological monitoring during this process is necessary to avoid any neurologic decline.
Avenue L has been implanted via a pre-psoatic approach without neurological monitoring in Europe, and is also compatible with the direct lateral trans-psoatic approach common in the United States.
Tenders are invited for Intraoperative Neurological Monitoring Services (IONM)

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