Neuromonitoring in the ICU

      Cases requiring neurological evaluation and care account for a very high proportion — probably 40 to 60% — of medical emergencies. Furthermore, in intensive care, neurological complications are observed in more than 20% of inpatients admitted with non-neurological critical conditions. However, there is no rapidly and noninvasively available real time monitoring tools in the nervous system such as pulse oximetry, capnometry, blood pressure measurement, and ECG.
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