NeurOptics | Resource Center – Critical Care
resource center – critical care
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Resource Center – Critical Care

Clinical Educational Materials

Product Information

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NPi®-200 Pupillometry System Brochure

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NPi®-200 Quick Start Guide

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NPi®-200 Instructions for Use

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EMR Planning Guide

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NPi®-200 Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions

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NPi®-200 Cleaning Addendum- Additional Approved Disinfectants/Wipes

Educational Videos

The NPi® Pupillometer System
Full System Setup and Pupil Exam
The NPi® Pupillometer System
Pupil Exam Using the Pupillometer
Keeping an Eye on the Brain: Automated Pupillometry in Critical Care

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The NPi® Pupillometer System
Full System Setup and Pupil Exam
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The NPi® Pupillometer System
Pupil Exam Using the Pupillometer
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Product Images

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NPi®-200 Pupillometer System
NPi®-200 Pupillometer
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SmartGuard® with SmartGuard Reader by Omnikey®
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Antimicrobial Barcode Scanner by Socket®

Clinical Papers and Educational Textbooks

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AANN Core Curriculum for Neuroscience Nursing
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Interrater Reliability of Pupillary Assessments
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Pupillary Reactivity As an Early Indicator of Increased Intracranial Pressure
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The Use of Automated Pupillometry in Critical Care
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Understanding the Relationship Between the Neurologic Pupil Index and Constriction Velocity Values
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Quantitative versus standard pupillary light reflex for early prognostication in comatose cardiac arrest patients: an international prospective multicenter double-blinded study