October 10, 2017 – Six Clinical Pupillometry Posters Presented at 2017 NCS
WAIKOLOA VILLAGE, HAWAII – Six clinical poster presentations focusing on pupillometry were presented at the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) 15th Annual Meeting held October 10-13, 2017 in Waikoloa Village, Hawaii.
Giede-Jeppe A, Schwab S, et al. Serial Pupillometer Readings Predicting Intracranial Pressure Crisis in Neurocritical Care Patients (University Hospital, Ernlagen, Germany) Summary
Mayne E, Hirsch K, Mlynash M, Hobbs K, Venkat C Changes in Quantitative Pupillary Reaction During Diagnosis and Treatment of Symptomatic Intracranial Hypotension (Stanford University) Summary Poster
Ong C, et al. Range of quantitative pupillometry measurements and its association with traditional metrics in the Neuro ICU (Massachusetts General Hospital; Brigham & Women’s Hospital) Summary Poster
Ong C, et al. The Effect of Ambient Light Conditions on Quantitative Pupillometry Measurements in Healthy Subjects (Brigham and Women’s Hospitall; Harvard Medical School) Summary Poster
Sawyer M, Lucas L, May T, Lord C, Seder D, Riker R Neurological Pupil index Predicts Neurological Outcome Early After Cardiac Arrest: An Observational Study (Maine Medical Center) Summary Poster
Stutzman S, Aiyagari V, Hill M, Miller C, Atem F, Olson, D, Incongruence in Constriction Velocity and Neurological Pupil Index (UT Southwestern, OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital) Summary Poster