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AXIS Neuromonitoring is committed to providing quality healthcare with a “patient first” focus. AXIS technologists are continually trained at the highest level to provide neuromonitoring during complex surgical procedures involving the brain and nervous system, and they are supported with cutting-edge technology and processes. Use of IONM techniques in the O.R. have been shown to increase safety and help reduce morbidities without posing additional risks to patients. Positive outcomes help improve patient lives and reduce healthcare costs.

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01.17.20
Cutting edge Spine Surgery

When a patient is told they may need spine surgery, the first question they often have is about the risk. Doctors at the Spine Clinic of Oklahoma City are making strides in minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) ensuring reduced risk for their patients when compared with traditional approaches.

01.16.20
Brain engineering with deep brain stimulation

awesome power. Some have turned to brain engineering in an attempt to transcend humanity and become cyborgs, merging directly with computer to augment their intelligence. In the medical field, researchers are using brain engineering to try to cure diseases that have long plagued humanity. These can be diseases affecting motor function or mental health, and the results of this research will have far-reaching implications for the future of humanity.

01.15.20
Pedicle screw placement in spinal neurosurgery using a 3D-printed drill guide template: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Many surgeons believe that the use of a 3D-printed drill guide template shortens operative time and reduces intraoperative blood loss compared with those of the free-hand technique. In this study, we investigated the effects of a drill guide template on the accuracy of pedicle screw placement (the screw placed completely in the pedicle), operative time, and intraoperative blood loss.

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