Intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) is an established procedure and an integral part of operations in a wide range of medical disciplines: surgical interventions in neurosurgery, ENT or orthopaedics, but also in vascular and general surgery are no longer conceivable without these electrophysiological procedures.
With the growing demands for precision and safety of surgical procedures, the importance of intraoperative monitoring is also increasing. The unmistakable call for systematic and well-founded training of those responsible for IONM is a logical consequence of this.
The manual "Intraoperatives Neuromonitoring - Grundlagen, Möglichkeiten, Grenzen" provides the necessary knowledge, introduces the method and teaches important skills for the application of intraoperative monitoring.
The online course series "IONM Basics" of the ARKANA Qualification Programme meets this demand and covers the basics of IONM for the first use in the OR - digital, interactive and CME-certified.