Webinar: Debunking Brain Monitoring Misconceptions

Join Us for a Live Webinar Event

Join Us for a Live Webinar Event

 

Debunking the Misconceptions of Brain Monitoring: The Rationale for Use in the OR and ICU

Date/Time: Tuesday, September 13 @ 4:00pm ET / 1:00pm PT

a women in ICU

This live webinar brings together a panel of respected anesthesiologists to describe best practices for protecting the sedated brain in critical care environments, as well as answer common questions and review common misunderstandings about brain function monitoring.

The peer-to-peer event will feature short presentations followed by a discussion on the clinical utility of noninvasive, continuous brain function monitoring. Panelists will share insights into their experiences with the latest sedation and regional oximetry monitoring technologies, as well as relevant case studies and other recently published data, and explain how these innovations have directly contributed to improved patient outcomes in the OR and ICU. Finally, the panel will suggest strategies and tips to help you more effectively implement brain function monitoring in your OR and ICU. 

Learning Points:

  • Understand common misconceptions about brain function monitoring – and its clinically proven benefits in critical care scenarios.
  • Review the recent publications and data revealing the risks associated with over-sedating the brain.
  • Learn about the utility of Masimo Next Generation SedLine® Brain Function Monitoring and O3® Regional Oximetry and how they can support improved patient outcomes.

About the Panel

About the Panel

 
Adrian Gelb, MbChB; FRCPC, FRCA

Adrian Gelb, MbChB; FRCPC, FRCA

Professor (emeritus)
Department of Anesthesia & Perioperative Care
University of California San Francisco

Michael A.E. Ramsay, MD, FRCA

Michael A.E. Ramsay, MD, FRCA

Chair Emeritus, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management
Baylor University Medical Center
Past President of Baylor Scott & White Research Institute
Chair: Patient Safety Movement Foundation

William Wilson

William C. Wilson, MD, MA

Chief Medical Officer
Senior Vice President of Clinical Research and Medical Affairs, Masimo

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