Subdermal needle electrodes (SDN electrodes) enable easy, reliable stimulation and the recording of quality EMG signals.
A variety of electrode shapes, colors and lengths are available to meet the complete range of typical clinical and monitoring requirements. The design shape of our electrodes ensures easy manipulation and allows quick and precise application.
The subdermal double needles enable easy and reliable recording of electrophysiological signals and are especially developed for intraoperative monitoring of the motoric cranial nerves.
>> Available by the End of November 2017!
The design comprises a thin 2 mm geometry with a shape that is easy to handle. The unique geometry with a 30° angled needle and flat handle facilitates atraumatic electrode application and fixation.
Small electrode sizes between 6 and 12 mm allow for accurate placement with minimal invasive intervention.
Flexible recording and stimulation electrode for temporary application at the spinal cord.
The electrode is used to record D-waves and I-waves and to stimulate the spinal cord for electrical intraoperative function control. Additionally, the electrode can be used for prognosis of the postoperative spinal cord function in the fields of neurosurgery, spinal surgery and vascular surgery.
With the C2 Spine Software inomed presents for the first time software for the C2 NerveMonitor which is optimized for spinal neuromonitoring >>.
The C2 Spine Software combines effective neuromonitoring in spine surgery with the simple, intuitive operation of the proven neuromonitoring device.
The C2 Spine software guides the user through the program via a few simple steps, to swiftly start monitoring. Due to the color-coded accessories and the corresponding guidance via the software, electrode placement is easy.
The combination of a surgical suction tube and a stimulation probe allows suction during tumor resection and also enables the simultaneous continuous dynamic mapping of the corticospinal tract.
The Mapping Suction Probe by Raabe was developed by inomed in cooperation with Prof. Raabe M.D. (Inselspital Bern/Switzerland).
Complicated instrument change from suction to stimulation is not necessary. Use of the suction stimulation probe makes it possible to achieve maximal tumor removal minimizing the possibility of damage to the corticospinal tract.
The suction stimulation probe can be connected to commonly used suction devices. There is no difference in settings but all the advantages of combined suction and stimulation from a single device.
In 2016 >> the Mapping Suction Probe by Raabe has been awarded as winner of the German Industry Award „Industriepreis 2016“ in the Medical Technology category.
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