Journals

Stroke: Why is Cerebral Blood Flow so important to Me?

...[T]he elephant in the room is that there's still a lot of guesswork that's going on. No matter how good the acute care is, no matter how sophisticated the environment, there's still a scary lack of knowledge of what's actually happening to patients...

Looking ahead to 2015 – “the Decades of the Brain”

Where is the medical device technology market going in 2015? It’s an especially challenging question in the post-Obama healthcare world.

Device lets docs stay ‘tuned in’ to brain bloodflow

The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry professor is part of a team of Western and Lawson Health Research Institute (LHRI) researchers studying a new technology that may change the way patients undergoing cardiac surgery are monitored...

Non-invasive Tool Monitors Cerebral Blood Flow in Real Time

A new tool may provide non-invasive, real-time tracking of cerebral function for early identification of damage. A new non-invasive patient monitoring system for cerebral and tissue blood flow permits real-time monitoring of patients with...

New publication in DoCTR newsletter: Kangrga/Vannucci—Cerox™ study

This edition’s study spotlight is Monitoring Brain Perfusion and Cerebral Oximetry in Carotid Endarterectomy Surgeries, sponsored by OrNim Inc. and underway in the OR...

A new paper from the SPIE was published

Tsalach, A., et al. "Ultrasound modulated light blood flow measurement using intensity autocorrelation function: a Monte-Carlo simulation." SPIE BiOS. International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2014.

New publication: Measuring regional cerebral tissue oxygenation

Guy Rosenthal, M.D. Department of Neurosurgery, Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel; “Measuring regional cerebral tissue oxygenation with the CerOx monitor in a noninvasive manner is feasible in patients with severe...