American Intraoperative Monitoring (AIM) was founded in late 2000.
AIM provides state of the art intraoperative monitoring throughout Oklahoma. Surgeons request American Intraoperative Monitoring services to reduce the potential of surgical risks and increase the chances of a positive outcome for each patient. American Intraoperative Monitoring provides intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) services in all surgical fields that require protection of the central nervous system (brain, facial, spinal cord, and nerves).
American Intraoperative Monitoring employees are trained extensively in the field. AIM technologists work in the operating room to provide continuous, comprehensive, and real-time information to the surgeon and hospital staff. With the information that the Neuromonitorist relays, the surgeon may alter his or her surgical technique in order to increase the likelihood of a positive outcome. AIM provides our physicians with all the information necessary to make immediate and critical surgical decisions.