ICU Neuromonitoring

24/7 Coverage



All Systems of the body have to be taken care of in the ICU for optimal outcomes.






Use continuous electroencephalography, cEEG, managed and interpreted by the experts of NMT.





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With the newest technology, continuous electroencephalography (cEEG) in the ICU is becoming State-of-the-Art for neurosurgery, surgical, pediatric, neonatal and general medicine ICUs.  Providing 24/7 coverage in the critically ill, comatose, sedated or non-verbal patient allows for quick recognition of brain function changes for immediate treatment, versus waiting for the standard bedside EEG.

Improved Patient Outcomes

NMT provides board certified, registered technologists and licensed, board certified neurologists to manage and interpret cEEG data.  Working as a team in the ICU with the other professional staff, a complete picture of brain function is obtained using raw and quantitative EEG trending, various data displays and video images.  Changes in brain function can be correlated with other clinical events such as MAP, cerebral perfusion, brain tissue oxygen (PbtO2), ICP, SpO2 and CPP for the best effort to improve patient outcomes by minimizing neurologic injury.

Real-Time Monitoring

Telemedicine provides for access to each ICU bed and enables our neuromonitoring specialists to analyze the cEEG in real-time.  Unlike traditional bedside EEG that is 20-30 minutes in time, cEEG provides for assessment of brain function up to a week at a time uploaded to our technologists, neurologists and reading centers for interpretation and timely intervention for improved patient outcomes.

Clinical Presentations for use of cEEG include:

  • Convulsive and Non-convulsive status epilepticus
  • Theraputic Hypothermia
  • Induced Coma
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Intercerebral Hemorrhage (ICH) & Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (SAH)
  • Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS)
  • CNS Infection
  • Toxic-Metabolic Encephalopathy
  • Post Neurosurgery
  • Unexplained LOC