Training and Research
American Intraoperative Monitoring, and it’s partners believe that it is our duty to maintain the highest level of competency in the field of Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring literature and through continuing professional educational seminars and training, geared at keeping us in touch with the latest trends and technological breakthroughs.
Neuromonitoring is a complex and technically demanding discipline. Implemented to improve patient safety, IONM can provide real-time data on the health of the central nervous system during surgery, warnings of events that could lead to post-operative surgical injuries, and the intervention as a result of those warnings to enable us to mitigate those risks prior to any patient injury.
The success of IONM is contingent on several factors. These factors include a well-trained in-operating suite neuromonitorist, skilled interpretive neuromonitoring oversight, and an administrative structure that provides support for all aspects of the IONM procedure before, during and after the procedure is complete.