Case Early detection

Gain visibility into your patient’s pathway
Compared to a 30-minute routine examination using EEG, cEEG provides you with a dynamic assessment of reactivity, variability and sleep pattern integrity within the cortex. All of these parameters have a prognostic significance for coma patients. And analyzing them can help avoid misleading or wrong prognoses.

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NeuroMonitoring gives you a better indication of the state of the brain during coma, helping you better predict the outcome, and therefore directly influencing the management of patients.

Evolve your NeuroMonitoring program to the level you need
When patients have an impaired level of consciousness, it is especially difficult to detect ongoing neurological issues. However, it is crucial to quickly identify seizures in those patients to ensure the right treatment. Based on our extensive expertise and a history rooted in neurology, Nihon Kohden delivers connected continuous EEG monitoring (cEEG) that meets both your and your patients’ needs.

Are nonconvulsive seizures a significant problem in the intensive care unit? Yes!
  • 35% of NeuroICU patients have been found to have seizures
  • 22% of traumatic brain injured patients have seizures, half of which are nonconvulsive
  • 28% of intracerebral hemorrhage patients have seizures, half of which are nonconvulsive
  • 44% of pediatric ICU patients have seizures on cEEG; 39% are nonconvulsive

Our standalone EEG devices can be used directly at the point of care, and offer a comprehensive range of NeuroMonitoring capabilities. Our Neurofax EEG
devices are highly scalable, with hardware and software options that cover everything from routine EEG recording to high-level brain function research. Our Vital Signs Interface integrates a variety of vital signs from the bedside monitor into the EEG. It also features trending software to give physicians and nurses the big picture, with priority information in one location. This multi-modality approach assists in identifying abnormal autonomic responses in pre-ictal or post-ictal states, particularly in patients with refractive epilepsy who may have high risk of sudden unexpected death from epilepsy (SUDEP).

Alternatively, simply connect our compact EEG module to our Life Scope monitors to examine up to eight channels in real time. Both solutions enable
quick data review, with various trends including Density Spectral Array (DSA), Compressed Spectral Array (CSA) and amplitude-integrated EEG (aEEG).

EEG module
Connect to Life Scope monitors

  • Simple interface with Life Scope monitors
  • Just plug and play to monitors
  • cEEG with up to eight channels
  • Status at a glance via trend graphs