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There are many things we find important to the world of healthcare and neuromonitoring. Here we post helpful information for our patients, hospitals, and surgeons.

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring for ACDF

September 23, 2021

Mobility problems can be detrimental to a person's quality of life, regularly keeping them from working, traveling, relaxing, and more. We endure these changes in mobility as we age enough without the implications of radiculopathy, stenosis, and spinal cord compression. One 40-year old male patient presented with these conditions in his cervical spine at C5-C7.

Intraoperative Neuromonitoring for Pedicle Screw Placement

September 23, 2021

After being in a motor vehicle accident, the patient experienced severe back pain due to an L4 fracture. L4 fractures are synonymous with severe back, leg, and arm pain. Someone suffering from this kind of injury might also feel weakness or numbness in these areas if the fracture injures the spinal cord's nerves. The surgical team determined the best course of action for this patient to be a pedicle screw placement at L4.

IONM for LLIF, Laminectomy, and Removal of Hardware

September 23, 2021

Spine disorders are like chains of dominoes. One vertebra dysfunction can easily affect the next. Each bone depends on the next for support and structure as each works together in harmony to produce the function and movement we rely on to live comfortably. As these diagnoses pile up, people can quickly go from one minor issue into complex problems that take dynamic solutions to treat. 

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) for Patients With Cardiovascular Conditions

By Admin on August 19, 2021

Surgery is always a serious undertaking. All things come with risks, and when a patient is under anesthesia and on the operating table, this is more true than ever. To further complicate these delicate procedures, patient history can significantly impact the success rate and complication risk. One of the ways a patient's history can most impact surgery lies in their cardiovascular health. A patient with hypertension or hyperlipidemia, for example, risks experiencing cardiovascular events, cerebrovascular events, bleeding, and mortality.

Our Axis Research Team Presented A New Study

By Admin on August 19, 2021

Alerts In 2,599 Lumbar Spine Procedures

IONM or Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring has been used in surgical procedures where the functional integrity of the nervous system is at risk. More recent studies have shown...

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) for Patients With Multiple Spinal Conditions

By Admin on August 04, 2021

Chronic back pain, spine disorders, and associated conditions can be seriously debilitating. The spinal column is responsible for a large majority of our posture and balance. When the spine is not operating at peak performance, subsequent conditions are accelerated and exacerbated as strain is put on adjacent muscles, vertebrae, and nerves. Because of this domino effect, patients experiencing conditions like spondylolisthesis, spondylosis, and degenerative disc disease are at a greater risk for increased severity of their condition and additional complications.

Axis Research Team Published A Study

By Admin on July 01, 2021

Distal Stimulation Site at the Medial Tibia for Saphenous Nerve Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (DSn-SSEPs) in Lateral Lumbar Spine Procedures

IONM Diploma Course: Batch #3

By Admin on May 31, 2021

IONM Diploma Course: Batch #3

After the successful second Diploma course, Axis Neuromonitoring, LLC is offering the third course to train the Senior IONM Specialists /Technologists in the field of Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM). It is a complete online course utilizing advanced software for online lectures, webinars, peer-reviewed research papers, case reports, discussion forums, and quizzes. All candidates will complete 20 units in 24 weeks. Application deadline extended: June 5, 2021. The course starts on June 21, 2021

Outstanding Publication in a Peer-Reviewed Journal Award Winner - Faisal R. Jahangiri, 2020-21

By Admin on May 27, 2021

Congratulations to the Axis Vice President of Clinical Affairs (Faisal R. Jahangiri) for winning a recent award for Outstanding Publication in a Peer-Reviewed Journal.

Axis Vice President of Clinical Affairs published a new book about brain mapping

May 07, 2021

This book is a quick reference guide to anyone who is interested in the intraoperative neurophysiological concepts and...

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