In the Neuro ICUs specifically, we have a multidisciplinary team to help care for neuro patients. We in a collaborative fashion work with neurologists and neurosurgeons to manage the patients that add to the best patient care.
Our neurocritical care management focuses on brain resuscitation trying to minimize any secondary injuries to the brain that could worsen. Whatever has happened but we not only focus on the brain but also on all the other organs that help sustain the brain.
The advantage of coming to Sidarth hospital is you're gonna get a team of highly specialized people who do this day in and day out. We have the best neuro ICU system in this region so we are quite well-versed on how to serve the best neuro care.
Neural monitoring is the continuous monitoring of a patient's nervous system including the brain spinal cord and nerves, when it can be at risk during surgery a trained clinician under the supervision of a qualified neuro physician or other professional constantly analyzes the information collected from the nervous system if there are any changes or potential problems our clinicians can immediately alert the surgeon nurses and anesthesiologist.
Usually, intraoperative neural monitoring that works through measuring and creating electrical impulses and determining their effect on the nervous system to gather this information electrodes are attached to the wrists ankles scalp, and sometimes to specific muscle groups depending on the type of surgery.
The electrodes record the responsible nervous system to an electrical stimulus and can see if any changes have occurred The real-time information gathered by IONM protects the nervous system can decrease recovery time and is always making surgery safer..