Nihon Kohden has commercially launched its new Neuromaster MEE-2000A, a highly individualized intraoperative monitoring system that allows clinicians to respond to the neurophysiological needs of any patient. Available as a laptop or desktop, the technology allows health care professionals to set patient-specific protocols and tailor monitoring parameters to ensure the highest level of flexibility and responsiveness in any operating room.

The Neuromaster MEE-2000A offers several modules for electrophysiology such as electroencephalography, electromyography, and a variety of evoked potentials that can be configured according to surgical indication and patient need. At the core of the technology is a unique transcranial stimulator, the TcMEPro Matrix Stim, which allows health care professionals to set patient-specific protocols within seconds by tailoring parameters such as duration, interstimulus interval (ISI) and train length. In addition, the laptop system is smaller and lighter than other systems, which allows for enhanced portability.

The Neuromaster MEE-2000A builds upon Nihon Kohden’s Neuromaster MEE-1000A device, which has been integrated into operating room workflows at hospitals across the U.S •