Our latest news as they unfold.
Codman launches Webinar series on 20th of November: 'Neuro Critical Care Multimodality Monitoring - from chasing a number to chasing a cure!'
The new Brain Physics lectures, delivered in June 2020 by Prof. Marek Czosnyka and Dr Peter Smielewski are now available online. They are meant for both Physicists and Clinicians alike and include all the subjects that has been researched by this group for the past nearly 3 decades!
The 4th ICM+ Users' meeting is approaching rapidly! We will meet again in Leuven, Belgium, on the 8th of September, at the start of ICP 2019 conference. All current and prospective ICM+ users are welcome!
COGiTATE : Feasibility and safety of an autoregulation-based therapy in TBI – only one quarter of the target recruitment left to go!
Monitoring cerebral autoregulation in traumatic brain injury patients can provide a CPP target for which autoregulation is best preserved (CPPopt). Could this offer a precision medicine approach with advantages over the current ‘one size fits all’ strategy?
An Applied Neuromonitoring workshop is returning for the 3rd time to the NCS meeting taking place on the 15th-18th of October 2019 in the Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver, and will feature ICM+ as a platform.
An Applied Neuromonitoring workshop is returning to the NCS meeting taking place on the 25th to 28th of September 2018 in the Boca Raton Resort & Club, Florida, and will include ICM+ as a platform.
An enhanced, special edition, 2-day ICM+User Group meeting is upcoming in Cambridge on 10-11 September 2018!
A two day workshop on cerebral autoregulation and its assessment with ICM+ will be held in Hong Kong on 19th to 21th of October 2017.
An Applied Neuromonitoring workshop will be given at the NCS meeting taking place for the 10th to 13th of October 2017 in the Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii, the Big Island, which will include ICM+ as a platform.