Intraoperative Neurophysiology App: Interactive Case Studies

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Intraoperative Neurophysiology App: Interactive Case Studies

SKU# intraoperative-neuro-app

Author: Alan D. Legatt MD, PhD



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Intraoperative Neurophysiology is a digital learning program that provides an effective, interactive approach to understanding and using clinical neurophysiologic tools to monitor nervous system function during complex surgeries and improve outcomes.

Fifty cases present data from actual operations describe techniques for localization, identification, and continuous monitoring, including data interpretation, troubleshooting, and technical aspects of monitoring. Users can proceed at their own pace to work through the intricacies of monitoring for a wide range of surgical problems and reinforce techniques as needed.

The program contains examples of recordings generated using a wide variety of clinical neurophysiology modalities, and features case examples that include both common and rare causes of noteworthy findings during intraoperative monitoring. Video clips enhance data presentation where helpful to illustrate possible findings. A self-assessment quiz with 50 multiple-choice questions drawn from the cases and including additional commentary for each answer choice further supports learning. The interactive cases in this program provide a foundation for appreciating the surgical challenges, implementing the right tools, and interpreting data effectively to prepare the user for the actual experience of intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring.

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Key Features:

  • Presents data from actual intraoperative monitoring sessions using a variety of clinical neurophysiologic techniques
  • Includes 50 cases from the operating theater covering a variety of monitoring challenges and applications for specific surgical problems
  • Interactive approach allows users to gain confidence in interpreting data and determining the cause of changes in the data during surgery
  • Contains practice quiz for self-assessment with commentary for all answer choices

Product Details

  • Publication Date March 03, 2015
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  • ISBN 13