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May 5, 2017 – New Pupillometry Poster at Mayo Clinic Neuro and Intensive Care Workshop

 

ORLANDO, FL – A clinical poster presentation was presented at the Mayo Clinic Neuro and Intensive Care: Review and Hands-on Workshop 2017 focusing on the use of Pupillometry.

The poster, “Eye Color Does Not Alter Automated Pupillometry Readings”, authored by D Olson, V Aiyagari, B Carlisle, T-Tien Ho, F Atem and S Stutzman from UT Southwestern Medical Center, introduces the END PANIC registry which was developed to collect a large dataset of variables to better understand central tendencies of pupillary assessments in critically ill patients using a pupillometer (NeurOptics NPi-200 Pupillometer). The poster illustrates a dataset collected validating that the pupillary light reflex, as measured by the Neurological Pupil index™ (NPi®) measurement, does not differ based on eye color. The poster can be viewed here.