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When it comes to invasive surgeries, neuromonitoring provides a safety net. It allows physicians and surgeons to see how the body instantly reacts as each part of surgery takes place. This list contains many procedures where patients can benefit from neuromonitoring.

Neurosurgery

  • Skull-based Tumor Resection
  • Epilepsy
  • Fronto-temporal Tumor Resection
  • Intracranial Aneurysm Clipping
  • Intracranial Arteriovenous Malformation
  • Microvascular Cranial Nerve Decompression
  • Peripheral Nerve
  • Posterior Fossa Tumor Resection
  • Tempero-parietal Tumor Resection
  • Supratentorial Tumor Resection
  • Chiari Malformation
  • Acoustic Neuroma Resection

Orthopedic Surgery

  • Acetabular Fracture
  • Leg-Lengthening Procedure
  • External Fixation
  • Total Hip Replacement, Primary Joint Replacement with Other Risk Factors, Revision, and Reconstruction

Spine Surgery

Cervical

  • Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
  • Cervical Corpectomy with Fusion and Instrumentation 
  • Posterior Cervical Decompression and Fusion
  • Odontoid Fracture
  • Laminoplasty

Thoracic

  • Anterior thoracic Interbody fusion and instrumentation 
  • Thoracic corpectomy with fusion and instrumentation 
  • Thoracic osteotomy
  • Thoracic laminectomy with or without fusion and instrumentation 
  • Spinal deformity correction 
  • Spinal cord tumor or AVM

Lumbar

  • Anterior lumbar Interbody Fusion or Disk replacement
  • Lumbar corpectomy with fusion and instrumentation 
  • Posterior Interbody Fusion – PLIF, TLIF
  • Posterior Lateral Fusion – Pedicle Screws
  • Lumbar laminectomy with fusion and instrumentation 
  • Spinal cord tumor or AVM 
  • Lateral (transpsoas) Interbody fusion – XLIF, DLIF, LLIF, etc.
  • All minimally invasive procedures

Sacral

  • Excision of tumor 
  • Myelomeningocele 
  • Release of tethered cord

Otolaryngology Surgery (ENT)

  • Acoustic Neuroma Resection
  • Facial Nerve Decompression
  • Glomus Tumor
  • Parotidectomy
  • Revision Mastoidectomy
  • Thyroidectomy
  • Tympano-Mastoidectomy

Interventional Radiology

  • Embolization of Cerebral and Spinal Aneurysms and Arteriovenous Malformations
  • Embolization of Traumatic Cavernous Sinus Fistula
  • Occlusion of Brain-Supplying Arteries
  • Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty
  • Spinal Angiography

Cardiothoracic/Vascular Surgery

  • Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Hypothermia
  • Correction of Coarctation
  • Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
  • Carotid Endarterectomy

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10.11.19
Croatia develops successful robotised neurosurgery system

ZAGREB, Sept 30 (Hina) – Over the past 11 years, Croatia has invested HRK 42 million in medical robotics and developed a successful robotised neurosurgery system, the Croatian Agency for SMEs, Innovation and Investments has said.

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Dr. Raymond Gardocki: Endoscopic spine surgery in the US — will it catch up to other countries?

Raymond Gardocki, MD, joined Memphis, Tenn.-based Campbell Clinic Orthopedics after completing a spine surgery fellowship at the Los Angeles Spine Surgery Institute in 2004. Dr. Gardocki specializes in minimally invasive and endoscopic spine surgery and adapted endoscopy into his practice after performing his first procedure in 2017. In February, he completed his 100th endoscopic spine surgery using Joimax technology. Although there are some challenges to overcome in the training, Dr. Gardocki maintains that endoscopy is the least invasive, safest approach to spine surgery, which allows for a decrease in morbidity rates and recovery times. Here, Dr. Gardocki shares his insight on endoscopic spine surgery and the benefits of awake surgery.

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Texas has the worst rate uninsured people in the country for the second year in a row, according to information released by the U.S. Census Bureau. Texas was one of only nine states to see an increase in the number of people without health insurance, as the rate increased from 17.3 percent in 2017 to 17.7 percent (around five million people) in 2018. The increase could see increased stress put on the healthcare system in North Texas and statewide, having significant economic impacts.

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