Making changes to routine systems and processes used in hospitals and clinics can be very disruptive and time consuming. Careful consideration needs to be given prior to making such fundamental changes.  

For a department that wants to become familiar with the basics of intraoperative neuromonitoring or microelectrode recording and stimulation, without substantially interfering with existing departmental processes straightaway, inomed can offer the opportunity of trying out the benefits of our products with support from the inomed Neuro Care Unit. An in-department, detailed and practical product and technical evaluation can be made with the support of our subject matter experts. In addition to practical and clinical expertise, we can offer the use of our complete range of IOM and Micro Electrode Recording systems as a part of the process.

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Benefits of IONM:

  • Intraoperative testing of nerve function
  • Continuous intraoperative monitoring of neural structures
  • IONM enables the optimum resection of tumors
  • Shorter duration of operations by eliminating the intraoperative wake up test

The service

The inomed Neuro Care Unit services include the following elements:

  • Travel to and from your location for our IONM specialists.
  • Provision of the appropriate High-End Neuromonitoring device, including the accessories and consumables required for the procedure.
  • Complete and appropriate monitoring of the procedure. System and equipment operation throughout the procedure by our specialists.
  • A report of the complete procedure for patient records.

Contact the iNCU team directly

Areas of application

Working in collaboration with surgeons, our team formulates the appropriate monitoring procedures for the individual operative requirement. Our specialists operate the IONM system and offer professional clinical support in many areas of expertise. Please refer to our brochure for more details.

Safety for surgeons

  • Improved level of IONM information resulting in safer surgical interventions
  • Improvement in the understanding of electrophysiological response and the cause and effect of surgical intervention during complex operations
  • Prompt and accurate information on the neurological state of the patient
  • Time saved by eliminating the intraoperative wake up test
  • No knowledge of the sophisticated monitoring equipment or methodologies necessary, enabling the surgeon to focus on the procedure in hand

Cost savings for hospitals

  • No need to purchase expensive monitoring equipment
  • No follow-up or stocking costs for accessories
  • No additional staff necessary and no training required for staff
  • Relevant revenue codes for intraoperative neuromonitoring

Safety for patients

  • Minimization of the possibility of neurological and neurophysiological deficit
  • Extension of the field of surgical intervention to areas previously considered inoperable
  • Documentation of outcomes
  • Improved outcomes resulting in a better quality of life following the surgical intervention