What is Monitoring Examination?
Cerebral monitoring can be critical for identification of neurological complications. Relative and/or sudden changes in cerebral blood flow velocities can become a powerful diagnostic tool and effect the immediate clinical intervention.
Bilateral cerebral monitoring is particularly useful during cardiac surgery for identification of embolic events, which may be the source of post-surgery neurological deficiencies.
The Viasonix Dolphin supports both unilateral and bilateral cerebral blood flow monitoring with a dedicated and easy to use monitoring headset. A variety of monitoring tools allow to view the complete duration of the monitored procedure, as well as zoom in or out on specific regions of interest. A variety of automatically inserted event markers, as well as user defined markers, help in post-monitoring analysis.
In addition, the Dolphin supports the display of data obtained from external channels for close correlation with the cerebral blood flow information.
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