Entertainment, Surgery and Neurotechnology

New TV Show Reveals the Impact and Importance of Neuromonitoring During High-Risk Surgical Procedures

Author: Neuro Alert
Dateline: Westchester, New York (WESTCHESTER, N.Y.)  | Tue, 05 Nov 2013

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Neuro Alert, a N.Y.-based healthcare organization providing neuromonitoring services for surgeons and hospitals, has proudly announced the completion of shooting their new educational TV Show for Public Access TV and other TV networks across the New York Metropolitan area. The show will start airing around November 15, 2013 on various stations.”



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Neuro Alert, a N.Y.-based healthcare organization providing neuromonitoring services for surgeons and hospitals, has proudly announced the completion of shooting their new educational TV Show for Public Access TV and other TV networks across the New York Metropolitan area. The show will start airing around November 15, 2013 on various stations.

The 30 minute program about Intraoperative Neurophysiological Neuromonitoring (IONM) serves as a valuable guide to surgeons of all specialties, providing them with essential insights into this simple yet crucial technical procedure designed to protect patients and ensure safety during complex medical operations.

The TV Show produced by Long Island-based Multi-Media Group, took place at White Plains Cable, White Plains, N.Y. William (Bill) Boggs, an Emmy(R)-winning TV producer and journalist, conducted extensive interviews with surgeons and technicians who stressed the significance of real-time monitoring and shared their experience with this cost-effective and risk-minimizing tool.

"The program is interesting, informative and inspirational, reminding patients, surgeons and hospital administrators about the availability of sophisticated and rapidly-evolving technology," says Dr. T.V. Seshan, a founder and clinical director of Neuro Alert, who is also board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. "Fortunately, the latest technological equipment and software programs have the power to influence patient outcomes and prevent potential problems, accidents and injuries during surgery. We are glad that we are in a position to raise awareness of IONM and explain why so many people might benefit from this procedure."

The panel of experts, interviewed by Mr. Boggs, included the aforementioned Dr. T.V. Seshan, Dr. Ezriel Kornel (a brain and spine surgeon and assistant clinical professor of Neurosurgery at Weill-Cornell Medical College), Rose Auerbach B.S., CNIM (a certified neurophysiology technologist), and Dr. Joseph Annichiarico (board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation).

Intraoperative Neuromonitoring is the use of electrophysiological signals to monitor the functional integrity of nerves, spinal cord and parts of the brain during surgery. The purpose of monitoring is to reduce the risk of potential damage to the nervous system and enable surgical teams to take corrective action, if necessary. This technique has evolved during the last two decades and continues to gain momentum in the medical field.

About Neuro Alert:

Neuro Alert is a physician-owned and operated company providing intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) services for surgeons, surgical groups and hospitals since 2006. The rapidly-growing Westchester N.Y.-based organization was founded by Dr. T.V. Seshan - a renowned physician, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation and a pioneer in intraoperative monitoring (IONM).

The simple yet crucial monitoring procedures, offered by Neuro Alert, are set up to detect any neurological deficits during major surgeries, allowing surgeons to gain instant feedback about their patient's condition and avert potential adverse affects.

Neuro Alert consists of a team of experienced and highly-skilled physicians and technical professionals who work together to enhance treatment precision, reduce physician liability and ensure patient safety.

For more information about Neuro Alert, please visit http://neuroalert.com/ or call (888) 787-6267.

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Business, Medical, Surgery and Neurotechnology

Neuro Alert Announces Its Participation in the NASS 2013 Annual Meeting in New Orleans

Author: Neuro Alert
Dateline: White Plains, New York (WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.)  | Tue, 08 Oct 2013

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Neuro Alert, a healthcare organization providing neuromonitoring services for surgeons and hospitals throughout the United States, is pleased to announce its participation in The North American Spine Society (NASS) 28th Annual Meeting, October 9-12, 2013 in New Orleans.”



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Neuro Alert, a healthcare organization providing neuromonitoring services for surgeons and hospitals throughout the United States, is pleased to announce its participation in The North American Spine Society (NASS) 28th Annual Meeting, October 9-12, 2013 in New Orleans.

That's where visitors from across the world will convene to share their insights, ideas and information about the latest techniques, procedures and technologies in spine care. Thousands of attendees will gain access to best practices and state-of-the-art training which will enable them to grow professionally and propel their organizations forward.

In addition to their efforts to increase awareness and communicate the value of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM), Neuro Alert's representatives will reveal new strategies designed to assist entrepreneurial physicians in the formation and operation of IONM businesses.

"We believe that our newly-developed Physician Owned Intraoperative Neuromonitoring Team Business Solutions may prove to be beneficial for many surgeons," states Dr. T.V. Seshan, founder and clinical director of Neuro Alert. "We will show busy healthcare providers how to increase their profitability, enhance operational efficiency and retain their own neurotechnologist, which may result in improved care and improved clinical outcomes. We can't wait to share our ideas with spine care experts."

Karthik Seshan, Director of Operations, says: "The North American Spine Society Meeting is one of the most interesting and influential events for spine care professionals. The goal of the trade show is to create an exceptional and edifying experience for its attendees. It is a great avenue for us to meet industry stakeholders, influencers and potential business partners and showcase our services and solutions."

This year, the trade show will feature more than 500 presentations, informative sessions for allied health professionals, a variety of workshops, as well as cutting-edge research and special groups discussions.

About Neuro Alert:

Neuro Alert is a physician-owned and operated company providing intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) services for surgeons, surgical groups and hospitals since 2006. The rapidly-growing Westchester NY-based organization was founded by Dr. T.V. Seshan - a renowned physician, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation and a pioneer in intraoperative monitoring (IONM). The simple yet crucial monitoring procedures, offered by Neuro Alert, are set up to detect any neurological deficits during major surgeries, allowing surgeons to gain instant feedback about their patient's condition and avert potential adverse affects.

Neuro Alert consists of a team of experienced and highly-skilled physicians and technical professionals who work together to enhance treatment precision, reduce physician liability and ensure patient safety.

For more information about Neuro Alert, please visit http://neuroalert.com/ or call (888) 787-6267.

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Medical, Surgery and Neurotechnology

2013 Neurotech Leaders Forum to Feature Promising New Startups

Author: Neurotech Reports
Dateline: San Francisco, California (SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.)  | Mon, 23 Sep 2013

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Neurotech Reports announced today that several startup and early stage neurotechnology companies will be presenting at the 2013 Neurotech Leaders Forum, to be held in San Francisco October 14-15. Danny Sachs, M.D., a serial entrepreneur who has founded several neurotech and medical technology firms, will keynote the event.”



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Neurotech Reports announced today that several startup and early stage neurotechnology companies will be presenting at the 2013 Neurotech Leaders Forum, to be held in San Francisco Oct. 14-15. Danny Sachs, M.D., a serial entrepreneur who has founded several neurotech and medical technology firms, will keynote the event.

Companies presenting include Neuro Recovery Technologies, Inc., a Southern California neurorehabilitation startup co-founded by UCLA professor Reggie Edgerton. The company is developing a novel spinal cord stimulation system to promote rehabilitation and locomotion in individuals with spinal cord injury.

Also presenting is EnteroWave Inc., a Stanford University spinoff developing a neurostimulation system for the gastrointestinal tract, and Mainstay Medical, a European firm developing an implanted stimulation system for chronic low back pain. Another presenting firm is SynTouch LLC, a Southern California firm co-founded by Gerald Loeb, a professor at USC and one of the inventors of the Bion microstimulator.

Danny Sachs, M.D., a serial entrepreneur who has founded several neurotech and medical technology firms, will keynote the event on October 14. He will speak on fostering innovation in neurotechnology. The first day of the conference will be devoted to the market for implanted neurotech devices.

The second day will explore developments in noninvasive stimulation, neurosensing and diagnostics, consumer neurotech applications, and advances in brain-computer interfaces.

"This year's Neurotech Leaders Forum offers an excellent opportunity to see the very latest technology and market developments in both consumer and healthcare neurotech," said James Cavuoto, editor and Publisher of Neurotech Business Report.

Speakers and panelists at the conference include venture capital professionals Roger Quy of Technology Partners, Manuel Lopez-Figueroa of Bay City Capital, and Kevin Wasserstein of Mentor-Catalyst.com. Clinicians on the panel include Dan DiLorenzo, a neurosurgery fellow at Rush University, Graham Creasey, professor of neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine, and Philip Kennedy of Emory University and Neural Signals Inc.

Other speakers include Eric Brelje from Medtronic's business development unit, Gary Heit, president of Heit Consulting, Victor Pikov from Huntington Medical Research Institutes, Ann Bunnenberg, CEO of Electrical Geodesics, and David Wood, CEO of Spinal Modulation Inc. Also speaking will be Jennifer French, a quadriplegic who won a Silver Medal in sailing at the 2012 Paralympic Games after receiving an implanted neurostimulation system.

Cirtec Medical Systems is Platinum Sponsor of the event. Micro Systems Technologies is the Gold Sponsor, and Stellar Technologies is the Silver Sponsor.

For more information, contact James Cavuoto at 415-546-1259 or visit http://www.neurotechreports.com/pages/leadersforum.html .

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Surgery and Neurotechnology

7 Things Every Patient Should Know Before Going Into Surgery

Author: Neuro Alert
Dateline: White Plains, New York (WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.)  | Tue, 23 Jul 2013

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Having complex surgery can be stressful and even nerve-wrecking, says New York-based Neuro Alert. As you are getting ready for one of the most important days of your life, a wide variety of questions will inevitably arise: How long will it take to recover? When can I get back to work?”



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Having complex surgery can be stressful and even nerve-wrecking, says New York-based Neuro Alert. As you are getting ready for one of the most important days of your life, a wide variety of questions will inevitably arise: How long will it take to recover? When can I get back to work?

How do I make sure I will be safe throughout the whole procedure? How will I know if the operation is a success? And how do I avoid accidental injuries during surgery?

Preparation can go a long way in making sure that you are ready for your surgery, both mentally and physically. Certain injuries or infections can make recovery more difficult and lead to illness, stress and enormous costs. Therefore, it is absolutely crucial that appropriate prevention efforts are taken.

Below are a few vital areas where you can take positive steps to prepare yourself for surgery, provided by the staff at Neuro Alert.

1. Choose Your Surgeon, Surgical Facility and Time of Surgery.

Fortunately, most patients have the opportunity to choose their surgeon and their hospital. Do your homework and learn as much as you can about different options available to you. Ask around, talk to your friends, relatives or colleagues, and get second opinions if you deem necessary. Your primary care provider may refer you to a specialist for consultation. You may also find out if your surgeon utilizes minimally invasive techniques and more advanced surgical methods, which can minimize the possibility of trauma to a patient's anatomy and result in a shorter hospital stay and more expedient recovery.

When considering a surgical facility, you may reach out to hospital PR offices and request the information you need. If you are bracing up for major surgery (i.e. spinal, nerve, or brain surgery), don't be afraid to ask how many procedures the hospital has conducted in past. The more often the surgical staff performs a particular technique, the more expertise they develop. Furthermore, you have to decide whether you need a small private facility, teaching hospital or community hospital.

Before surgery, you may request a list of dates and times available for surgery and schedule the procedure at the convenience of your family and work.

2. Ask a Lot of Questions.

In the days leading up to your surgery, discuss all your health problems/concerns, medical history and home problems with your physician. Don't forget to mention all the medications, vitamins or herbal supplements you take. Keep in mind that these issues could impact your surgery and your treatment. You should also ask if you need to get antibiotics prior to surgery. Evidence suggests that patients who ask a lot of probing and specific questions and actively participate in their own care, enjoy better clinical outcomes.

3. Consider Monitoring to Avoid Potential Injury.

It is important to know that there are different types of monitoring services available to patients, depending on their condition and the surgical procedure. Some patients with heart disease may benefit from cardio monitoring, while others may consider EEG monitoring to measure the effect of anesthetic medications during surgery. Patients who need to undergo neuro, spine, vascular, ENT or peripheral nerve surgery may request neuromonitoring to protect their nervous system and avoid serious complications that can accidentally arise during major procedures.

Neuromonitoring, also known as Intraoperative Neurophysiological Neuromonitoring (IONM), helps to monitor and guide the surgical team and effectively diagnose conditions in the neuromuscular system. IONM is a crucial and cost-effective tool designed to detect, prevent and treat neurologic injuries during surgeries. You may want to consult your physician regarding this valuable procedure and find out how it could effect your safety and surgery results. Please note that neuromonitoring allows surgeons and their support teams to instantly pick up early signs of neurologic deficit and take corrective action, which would be impossible to accomplish without real-time monitoring. You can benefit significantly from advanced monitoring technology and avoid potential damage to your nervous system. IONM continues to improve the standard of care and is gaining enormous popularity among surgeons and patients alike.

4. Get in Shape Before Surgery.

This one is a no-brainer...The healthier you are going into surgery, the faster you will heal and get back on track. This can also be a good time not only to increase your workouts and yoga sessions but also evaluate your diet.

5. It is Never Too Soon to Prepare for Your Post-Surgery Recovery.

While you are getting ready for a big day, interviewing healthcare providers and researching various intraoperative monitoring methods, you should spend a great deal of time properly preparing for your homecoming. Let us assure you that post-surgery recuperation is not any less important than the surgical process itself.

What you should do is prepare your home, eliminate clutter, get the bathroom ready, and order assistive devices and supplies, if necessary. In addition, may want to arrange for help and hire someone (either on your own or through the agency) to assist you with housework, laundry, meals and shopping. Some patients may require a nurse, physical therapy or even specific dieting guidelines. Please note that some doctors and hospitals employ discharge planners who can help you facilitate the transition process, ease your pain, and alleviate stress.

6. Make travel arrangements.

You should determine how you will get to the hospital and back again. You may not be in a position to drive, so you may want to arrange transportation or ask a friend/relative to help you out. In some cases, the hospital may be able to make all the necessary travel arrangements for you.

7. Quit Smoking.

If you smoke, quit. Patients who smoke are more likely to get infection. In fact, stopping smoking 24 to 48 hours before surgery improves oxygen transfer to blood during surgery.

Final Thoughts:

Feeling anxious going into surgery is normal. However, you should always remember that you have some control over your destiny and you ARE in a position to influence the outcome of you procedure. No matter how stressful or complicated it is... Therefore, we suggest you do everything in your power to make an informed decision, make your surgery as safe as it can be, and ensure a positive outcome.

About Neuro Alert:

Neuro Alert is a physician-owned and operated company providing intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) services for surgeons, surgical groups and hospitals since 2006. The rapidly-growing Westchester N.Y.-based organization was founded by Dr. T.V. Seshan - a renowned physician, specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation, who has been actively involved in intraoperative monitoring over the course of 30 years. The simple yet crucial monitoring procedures, offered by Neuro Alert, are set up to detect any neurological deficits during major surgeries, allowing surgeons to gain instant feedback about their patient's condition and avert potential adverse affects.

Neuro Alert consists of a team of experienced and highly-skilled physicians and technical professionals who work together to enhance treatment precision, reduce physician liability and ensure patient safety. For more information about Neuro Alert, please visit http://neuroalert.com/ or call (888) 787-6267

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Business, Medical, Surgery and Neurotechnology

How to Minimize Risks During Major Surgeries

Author: Neuro Alert
Dateline: White Plains, New York (WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.)  | Thu, 06 Jun 2013

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “According to Neuro Alert, many major surgeries carry an inherent risk of damage to critical neural structures. Therefore, surgeons of various specialties are increasingly embracing Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM), a group of procedures to observe neural pathways during high-risk vascular, orthopedic, neurosurgical, and peripheral nerve surgeries.”



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According to Neuro Alert, many major surgeries carry an inherent risk of damage to critical neural structures. Therefore, surgeons of various specialties are increasingly embracing Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM), a group of procedures to observe neural pathways during high-risk vascular, orthopedic, neurosurgical, and peripheral nerve surgeries.

"Neuromonitoring" involves close collaboration between the surgeon, surgical staff, and monitoring professionals, making up a single surgical team with the ultimate goal of optimizing patient outcomes. This vital and cost-effective tool is used to enhance the safety of spine, brain, or nerve surgery by providing real-time assessment of the nervous system. Simply put, IONM enables surgeons and anesthesiologists to quickly spot changes in spinal cord, brain or peripheral brain function before irreversible damage occurs. It serves not only as a navigational tool that gets to a specific site in the brain or spine, but also as a diagnostic device capable of detecting co-existing disorders.

Here is how it works:

Using electrode sensors placed on the patient's body and stimulation of neural tissues such as nerves, spinal cord and brain, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring gauges the responses to sensory and motor stimuli. A highly-trained monitoring technician working on-site, can easily detect such abnormal effects as a stretched nerve, lack of oxygen or a mechanical disturbance during surgery.

Once abnormalities occur, an immediate surgical intervention may prevent, reduce or eradicate nerve damage. While a monitoring technologist is collecting data in the operating room, a remote physician carefully interprets all the information and delivers instant and accurate feedback on the status of the patient's neural pathways.

"The goal of IONM is to keep patients safe and neurologically intact during the most critical or delicate surgical procedures," says Dr. T.V. Seshan, a founder and clinical director of Neuro Alert, a Westchester, N.Y.-based company providing neuromonitoring services for surgeons and healthcare organizations. "One of the best ways to enhance surgical precision and prevent potential injury is to obtain, observe and analyze electrophysiologic signals from the patient throughout the course of the surgery. As a result, the risk factors of neurological deficit are dramatically reduced."

Some of the most commonly monitored procedures include spinal surgery, certain types of brain surgery, vascular surgeries, orthopedic spine surgeries, peripheral nerve surgeries, and some ENT procedures.

When surgical teams incorporate intraoperative monitoring into their procedures, they are better equipped to make all the necessary adjustments to avoid injury or identify impending damage to the nervous system.

"Monitoring should be performed whenever the surgical team determines that brain, spine or nerve structures are at risk due to the complexity of the surgery, the extent of the preoperative problem or any other patient-related factors," adds Dr. Seshan.

Neurological monitoring is a rapidly evolving field using a wide array of advanced neurophysiological techniques. These techniques provide much-needed safety for patients undergoing surgery, and reduce liability risks for surgeons and hospitals.

About Neuro Alert:

Neuro Alert is a physician-owned and operated company providing intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) services for surgeons and hospitals since 2006. The fast-growing Westchester, N.Y.-based organization was founded by Dr. T.V. Seshan - a renowned physician, board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation who has been actively involved in intraoperative monitoring over the course of thirty years. The simple yet crucial monitoring procedures, offered by Neuro Alert, are set up to detect any neurological deficits during major surgeries, allowing surgeons to gain instant feedback about their patient's condition and avert potential adverse effects.

Neuro Alert consists of a team of experienced and highly-skilled physicians and technical professionals who work together to enhance treatment precision, reduce physician liability, and ensure patient safety.

For more information about Neuro Alert, please visit http://neuroalert.com/ or call (888) 787-6267.

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Business, Surgery and Neurotechnology

Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center Now da Vinci Surgical System Certified

Author: Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center
Dateline: Sebastian, Florida (SEBASTIAN, Fla.)  | Tue, 04 Dec 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center is now offering robotically-assisted minimally invasive surgery as a weight loss surgery option. The addition of this technology to the practice makes Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center one of only a handful of bariatric surgical centers in Florida using the most advanced techniques to perform bariatric surgery.”



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Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center is now offering robotically-assisted minimally invasive surgery as a weight loss surgery option. The addition of this technology to the practice makes Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center one of only a handful of bariatric surgical centers in Florida using the most advanced techniques to perform bariatric surgery.

The robotically-assisted minimally invasive method, the da Vinci Surgical System, works as an extension of the surgeon, translating the surgeon's hand movements into precise micro-movements. This offer high-resolution, 3D visibility and improved accuracy. It's an improvement from traditional and laparoscopic weight loss surgeries. These benefits are translated to the patients as a quicker recovery and improved cosmesis.

Like conventional laparoscopy, the da Vinci Surgical System allows surgeons to operate through just a few tiny (5mm) incisions, but da Vinci offers benefits that conventional laparoscopy does not. With conventional laparoscopy, the instruments are rigid and have limited movement, however with robotically-assisted instruments are wristed and move in all directions with 90 degrees of freedom.

Patients who have their surgery done with da Vinci also experience shorter hospital stay, less pain, lower risk of infection, less blood loss, less scarring, faster recovery and a quicker return to normal daily activities. Benefits like these are prompting surgeons to become certified in robotically-assisted minimally invasive bariatric surgery so that they can better help their patients lose weight and heal quickly.

Dr. Patrick Domkowski, Medical Director at Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center, became da Vinci certified in order to offer his patients an effective alternative to traditional open and laparoscopic surgeries. "The enhancements this system offers to both patient and doctor made becoming certified in this system a natural choice for Riverside," he said. "We're constantly striving to offer our patients a safe and exceptional surgical experience that will lead them to successful weight loss and improved health. That often means going through the necessary training to learn about new and improved technologies."

Dr. Jason Radecke, a fellowship trained bariatric surgeon and partner of Riverside Surgical and Weight Loss Center agrees, "We are always moving forward to offer our patients the safest and most advanced technologies to help people reach their goals with respect to weight and health."

The center also offers other advanced weight loss surgery options, such as the STARR treatment surgical system - which allows bariatric surgery to be performed through one, tiny incision.

About Riverside Surgical & Weight Loss Center:

Riverside Surgical & Weight Loss Center is proud to be the only comprehensive surgical weight loss center in the Treasure and Space Coast area to offer patients a comprehensive package to complete their weight loss transformation. Riverside helps its patients realize their goal of achieving significant and lasting weight loss through minimally invasive bariatric surgery. As a board certified surgeons specializing in bariatrics, and as members of the ASMBS, Dr. Domkowski and Dr. Radecke are privileged to offer the latest and safest medical technology for primary, conversion, and revisional weight loss surgeries.

For more information on Riverside Surgical & Weight Loss Center, please call 772-581-8003 or visit http://www.riversidesurgicalweightloss.com/ .

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Neurotech Reports Announces New Conference Dedicated to Consumer Applications of Neurotechnology

Author: Neurotech Reports
Dateline: San Francisco, California (SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.)  | Mon, 10 Sep 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Executives from some of the leading firms in the consumer neurotechnology market are scheduled to make presentations at the 2012 Consumer Neurotech Conference, to be held in San Francisco on October 23. The new event takes place during the 2012 Neurotech Leaders Forum, now in its 12th year.”



A R T I C L E:

Executives from some of the leading firms in the consumer neurotechnology market are scheduled to make presentations at the 2012 Consumer Neurotech Conference, to be held in San Francisco on October 23. The new event takes place during the 2012 Neurotech Leaders Forum, now in its 12th year.

Steven Miller, Director of Global Neurolab Operations at Nielsen NeuroFocus, will give a presentation on applications of brain sensing technology in market research, advertising, and retailing on the morning of October 23. NeuroFocus was acquired by Nielsen in 2011.

On the afternoon of October 23, Amy Kruse, vice president of Intific, Inc., will speak on neurotech applications in sports and gaming. Intific has collaborated with neurotech researchers to develop games and virtual environments used in the military, education, and gaming applications.

Geoffrey Mackellar, CTO of Emotiv Life Sciences, will speak on an afternoon session devoted to advances in EEG headset technology. Emotiv's 14-sensor EPOC wireless headset is used in a number of games and educational applications.

Adam Gazzaley, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Neuroscience Imaging Center at UC San Francisco, will discuss how neurotechnology is being used to enhance cognitive abilities.

In addition to the sessions on consumer applications of neurotechnology, Tuesday's agenda will feature discussions of other noninvasive neurotech systems. Chip Fisher, CEO of Fisher Wallace Laboratories, will describe his company's low-cost transcranial stimulation system. George Carpenter, CEO of CNS Response, will describe his firm's use of EEG waveforms in diagnosing psychiatric disorders. And Lee Gerdes, CEO of Brain State Technologies, will describe his firm's system targeted at the wellness market.

For more information on this year's event, contact James Cavuoto at Neurotech Reports at http://www.neurotechreports.com/consumer or call (415) 546-1259.

About Neurotech Reports:

Founded in 2001, Neurotech Reports (www.neurotechreports.com) is the leading source of information on the neurotechnology industry. The firm publishes a monthly newsletter, Neurotech Business Report, along with the market research study, "The Market for Neurotechnology: 2012-1016."

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Surgery and Neurotechnology

Fresh Start Surgical Gifts to Benefit from 2nd Annual PayLease Golf Tournament

Author: Fresh Start Surgical Gifts
Dateline: San Diego, California (SAN DIEGO, Calif.)  | Wed, 23 May 2012

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, a San Diego non-profit organization, has been chosen as the beneficiary for the 2nd Annual PayLease Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 9th at Riverwalk Golf Club in Mission Valley. All proceeds will help Fresh Start achieve its mission of transforming the lives of children with deformities through reconstructive surgery.”



A R T I C L E:

Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, a San Diego non-profit organization, has been chosen as the beneficiary for the 2nd Annual PayLease Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 9th at Riverwalk Golf Club in Mission Valley. All proceeds will help Fresh Start achieve its mission of transforming the lives of children with deformities through reconstructive surgery.

"We have many young families at PayLease and we decided as a company to give back to our community in a way that benefits children. Fresh Start is an amazing organization that we are proud to support," Dave Dutch, PayLease President.

Sponsorship packages and spots to play in the tournament are still available for purchase.

Festivities kick-off at 6:30 a.m. and shotgun start is at 7:30 a.m. Each participant will receive a golfer gift package, 2 drink tickets, range balls, lunch and admission to the awards ceremony where Fresh Start patient Brittany, who suffered from Apert Syndrome, will share her story.

Fresh Start has provided over $21 million worth of free medical services to over 5,700 children from all over the United States. Fresh Start's services include reconstructive surgery, dental procedures, laser treatments, and speech therapy. Recently, Fresh Start was named Best Local Nonprofit of 2011 by Ranch and Coast Magazine, as well as Healthcare Champion of 2011 by San Diego Business Journal. 100 percent of contributions go to Fresh Start's medical programs.

For more information, please contact Amanda Thompson at (760) 448-2018 or amanda@freshstart.org.

About Fresh Start Surgical Gifts:

Fresh Start is a non-profit organization that provides reconstructive dental and plastic surgery for kids free of charge. Six weekends annually Fresh Start holds a Surgery Weekend where 80-100 medical volunteers provide reconstructive plastic surgery and reconstructive dental surgery for infants, children, and young adults with physical deformities free of charge. Surgery Weekends are held at the Fresh Start Clinic at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego.

All medical and support personnel generously volunteer their time, talents and expertise.
Fresh Start serves U.S.-based children as a priority and reaches out internationally as we believe that no child should suffer with a physical deformity due to birth defect, disease, accident or abuse. With insurance deeming more and more deformities as "cosmetic" we are determined to make certain that all children get the medical attention they need regardless of the family's ability to pay.

Fresh Start accepts children and young people under the age of 18 from:
* financially disadvantaged families with no health care insurance;
* families whose health care insurance won't pay for the procedures because they are deemed "cosmetic";
* families who do not qualify for state funded programs;
* families who would suffer significant financial hardship if they were to pay for the necessary and costly medical treatment.

For more information about Fresh Start Surgical Gifts, please visit http://www.freshstart.org or call (760) 944-7774.

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Medical, Surgery and Neurotechnology

Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor Announces Single-Dose Radiation Treatment Alternative for Women with Early Breast Cancer

Author: Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor
Dateline: Costa Mesa, California (COSTA MESA, Calif.)

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor announced today that it is the first outpatient surgery center in the Western United States to offer intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) using the INTRABEAM System - the only device used in the TARGIT-A multicenter human clinical trial that demonstrated IORT to be as effective as traditional radiation for certain women with early breast cancer.”



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Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor announced today that it is the first outpatient surgery center in the Western United States to offer intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) using the INTRABEAM® System - the only device used in the TARGIT-A multicenter human clinical trial that demonstrated IORT to be as effective as traditional radiation for certain women with early breast cancer.

IORT has the potential to replace as many as six and a half weeks of routine radiation therapy with 20-30 minutes of targeted radiation administered during surgery directly to the tumor site after lumpectomy.

"IORT is a game-changer for women facing breast cancer - I like to call it one and done," said Dr. Alice Police, breast surgeon at Renaissance and co-founder of Pacific Breast Care in Newport Beach, Calif. "For some women in the earlier stages of breast cancer, IORT makes it possible for them to have one surgery consisting of lumpectomy and single-dose radiation therapy and then go on with their life having completed their breast cancer treatment."

Unlike whole breast radiation treatment, which is administered five times per week for as many as six and a half weeks, IORT provides patients with a targeted single-dose radiation treatment delivered intraoperatively after removal of the tumor. Radiation is applied for 20-30 minutes, exposing the affected tissue in the tumor bed from the inside.

"Dr. Police's passion for IORT as a revolutionary development in treating early breast cancers aligned with our mission to deliver the best surgical technologies available to patients in a comfortable and private outpatient environment," said Bruce Wallace, CEO and Administrator for Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor. "We looked at IORT device manufacturers and it was clear that the INTRABEAM System was the only responsible choice given its exclusive use in the TARGIT-A Clinical trial which provides 10 years of study and follow-up data to back its safety and efficacy."

The INTRABEAM System was the only radiotherapy device used in the TARGIT-A clinical trial, the largest randomized clinical trial conducted in the field of IORT for the treatment of breast cancer. The TARGIT-A trial was launched in 2000 and it enrolled 2,232 human patients throughout 28 centers in nine countries. With up to 10-years of follow-up data, the study results demonstrate the equivalency of single-dose targeted IORT in comparison to external beam radiation therapy (EBRT) based on local recurrence.

Renaissance is one of only two outpatient surgery centers in the entire country to offer IORT using the INTRABEAM System, and is the only outpatient facility in the Western United States. It is also the only location at all offering treatment in Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties using the clinically proven INTRABEAM System technology.

"After learning about IORT from Dr. Police, I did my own research on the options, risks and benefits of whole breast and partial breast radiation in comparison to IORT," said Gila Jones, 58 of San Juan Capistrano, Calif. "After feeling confident about effectiveness based on the TARGIT-A outcomes and considering my own lifestyle and other health concerns, IORT became the obvious choice for me. Dr. Police did my surgery at Renaissance where I was treated as an honored guest."

Patients need to be evaluated by a specialist to determine if they are a good candidate for IORT. To find out if you or someone you know is an IORT candidate, contact Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor at 949-629-1400. For more information about the TARGIT-A clinical trial, please visit www.targit-research.org or www.targit.org.uk . For more information about the INTRABEAM® system, please visit www.meditec.zeiss.com/intrabeam .

About Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor:

Renaissance Surgical Arts at Newport Harbor is a professionally managed, but majority physician-owned facility in Orange County, Calif. With eight ORs and two procedure rooms, the 20,000-plus square foot outpatient facility demonstrates how to mere cutting edge technology into a patient-centric environment that is as beautiful as it is functional. The multispecialty outpatient center supports the area's best physicians representing a wide variety of specialties, including Cardiology, Ear Nose and Throat, Gastroenterology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Spinal, Ophthalmology, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Podiatry, Oncology, Interventional Radiology, GYN and General Surgery. Learn more at www.mysurgerycenter.net .

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Medical, Surgery and Neurotechnology

Noble Vision Group, LLC Launches LIVE Surgery Webcast Featuring Only FDA Approved DCR Laser

Author: Noble Vision Group, LLC
Dateline: Eugene, Oregon (EUGENE, Ore.)  | Tue, 30 Nov 2010

freeNewsArticles Story Summary: “Noble Vision Group, LLC, a research and development organization, today announced the success of its first LIVE Webcast broadcast by SoundQue Multimedia Services, a unique multimedia production facility that specializes in video and audio streaming.”



A R T I C L E:

Noble Vision Group, LLC, a research and development organization, today announced the success of its first LIVE Webcast broadcast by SoundQue Multimedia Services, a unique multimedia production facility that specializes in video and audio streaming.

The LIVE surgery, which occurred on September 24th, was an exciting example of Noble Vision Group's dedication to delivering cutting edge technology to the eye care market.

Noble Vision Group President Patrick H. Witham commented, "We take tremendous pride in our organization's ability to be agile and diverse, especially when presented with an opportunity to participate in developing a vehicle to deliver tools that ultimately advance this area of medicine. Of course, an event like this is always much easier when you are afforded the privilege of working with a highly skilled surgeon and great teacher such as Dr. Black."

Medical professionals from over 14 different countries spanning 4 continents watched as Dr. Evan Black conducted a Laser Assisted Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) Surgery using the MULTIDIODE® S15 OFT System, a laser specially developed for lacrimal surgery. Dr. Black has been performing endonasal DCR since 1998, and using the MULTIDIODE System for transcanalicular DCR since 2007.

The MULTIDIODE® System, produced and distributed by ITI Laser, is the first DCR laser to receive worldwide CE approval and is the only FDA approved laser indicated for DCR surgery. The system is based upon high power, diode, laser, semi-conductor technology and enables surgeons to perform minimally invasive procedures in as little as 10 minutes.

Dr. Black described the event, saying, "The surgery went very well. When the patient was seen postoperatively at one week, he was comfortable, had no edema or eccymosis, and the tearing problem seems to be resolved. We will recheck him in about one month."

A live question and answer session moderated by Dr. Paul S. Koch immediately followed the surgery and is included in the recorded version. Now open to the public, the recording of the LIVE surgery can be viewed by visiting http://www.michiganliveevents.com/bcast/NV/NVmain.php .

About Noble Vision Group, LLC:

Headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, Noble Vision Group, LLC, a Paragon BioTeck, Inc. company, is a research and development organization that was established in 2008 geared toward the development of niche medical products for the eye care community. For more information please email info@noblevisiongroup.com or visit www.noblevisiongroup.com .

About ITI, LLC:

Headquartered in Middletown, Connecticut, ITI, LLC is leading the way into the future of DCR surgery and is dedicated to providing state of the art equipment and unparalleled aftermarket service. For more information please contact info@itilaser.com or visit www.itilaser.com .

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