September 27, 2018 – Six Posters on the NPi®-200 Pupillometer Presented at 2018 NCS
BOCA RATON, FLORIDA – Six clinical poster presentations focusing on pupillometry using the NPi®-200 Pupillometer were presented at the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) 16th Annual Meeting held September 24 – 28 in Boca Raton, FL.
Giede-Jeppe A, et al. Associations between serial pupillometer readings and intracranial pressure crises in neurocritical-care patients. (University of Erlangen- Germany). Summary
Muroi C, et al. – Portable infrared pupillometer in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage: prognostic value and circadian rhythm of the “neurological pupil index”. (University of Zurich- Switzerland). Summary
Ong C, et al. Effect of Hyperosmolar Medication on Quantitative Pupil Metrics in Neurological Critical Illness. (Boston Medical Center). Summary
Osman M, et al. Correlation of Objective Pupillometry to Midline Shift in Acute Stroke Patients. (University of Texas- Southwestern). Summary Poster
Sanabria L, et al. A Multimodal Approach for Prognostication of Post-Anoxic Brain Injury: Beyond the Guidelines. (Erasme Hospital – Brussels, Belgium). Summary Poster
Taccone F S, et al. Non-invasive estimation of intracranial hypertension: A multimodal approach. (Erasme Hospital – Brussels, Belgium). Summary Poster