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2024 | IONM advanced in brainstem surgery | EN

Advanced IONM

The complexity of brain stem interventions requires a deep understanding of intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM). Various neurophysiological procedures are used in these operations to specifically protect functional areas and nerve pathways of the brainstem. A large selection of IONM methods is available for these interventions around the brain stem, the selection, effective use and interpretation of which repeatedly pose challenges for the users. In our course, you will learn about the advanced methods of IONM for brainstem surgery from their theoretical foundations to practical application. Our experts from the respective fields will share their experiences with you and give you an overview of the latest methods according to the current state of research. After completing the course, you will be able to apply the advanced and latest methods of IONM for brainstem surgery more safely and effectively in your clinical practice. You will benefit from our practice-oriented course concept with observation and individual exchange in a small learning group.

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Target group

Medical doctors, neurophysiologists, and surgical staff in the field of neuro-, orthopedic, neuropediatric surgery and anesthesia


In this course you will learn

• IONM Techniques for Brain Stem Surgery
• Advanced methods of reflex monitoring
• Interpretation of IONM signals
• Application of IONM methods for function-Controlled surgery
• Practical use of the IONM as part of a job shadowing

Organizational

Date

20th - 21st March 2024

Location

Department of Neurosurgery, Heidelberg University Hospital

Format

Presence

Level

Advanced
  

Language

English

Director

Prof. Dr. Sandro Krieg

Certification

Baden-Württemberg Medical Association
(will be applied for)
  

Price

Presence event is fully booked
You are welcome to send an email to info@arkana-forum.com and we will put you on a waiting list

Registration deadline

08th March 2024