Injuries sustained to the central and peripheral nervous system are often permanent.
Negative neurological outcomes sustained during surgery or as a result of anesthesia can destroy your life, or the life of someone you love.
When an injury affects the liver or kidneys, there are suitable alternatives to replace the function of these organs, such as dialysis, transplant or artificial organs. However, there is nothing that current medical science can do to simulate or to replace natural neurological function.
For this reason, it is key that you protect both the central and peripheral nervous systems during surgery. Intraoperative
neurophysiological monitoring is designed to allow your surgical team to do just that.