In the newly expanded NICU at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), advanced monitoring of newborn brain activity and oxygen saturation in the brain tissue provides optimal care and protection.
“We’re moving from the typical measures that look at vital signs — monitoring the heart rate, respiration, blood pressure, and blood oxygen saturation — to looking directly at one of the most vital organs, the brain,” explained Mohamed El-Dib, MD, director of the Neonatal Neurocritical Care Program in the Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine. “Now neonatologists can monitor the brain continuously and manage the baby based on what they see.”
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Brigham and Womens’ will also host the New England Neonatal Neuromonitoring and Neuroimaging Workshop October 10-11 2019 – Natus and NCA are proud supporters of this event.
For more details please visit https://cpd.partners.org/content/new-england-neonatal-neuromonitoring-and-neuroimaging-workshop-2019