Why Choose Us
Why United Medical Monitoring?
United Medical Monitoring provides hospital surgical facilities with state-of-the-art equipment, skilled monitoring professionals, and the vital experience necessary to make neurophysiological monitoring a valuable and inexpensive component of a surgical program. From our pre-operative preparations to our postoperative care, we provide only the highest levels of service. With United the hospital’s surgical teams have an opportunity to perform rapid interventions in order to prevent injury progression or even reverse impending neurologic sequelae.
United uses the most sensitive intra-operative monitoring devices available on the market today. Our dynamic system can transform between a 16- and 32-channel system in seconds, and the system supports two stimulators to increase case-by-case flexibility.
United has a team of experienced CNIM (Certification for Neurophysiological Intraoperative Monitoring) technicians that can monitor the complete spectrum of cases. We also have DABNM (Diplomat, American Board of Neurophysiological Monitoring) technicians available when needed for complex surgeries.
All of United Medical Monitoring cases are remotely monitored by specially trained neurophysiologist MD’s. IONM demands constant attention, and our oversight remote physicians are solely dedicated to IONM. They do not engage in other clinical activities during IONM cases. A remote monitoring clinical neurophysiologist supervises the technologist in the operating room 100% of the time.
United has an elite group of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring physicians, with Board certification’s in all specialties necessary to cover the full-spectrum of intraoperative neuromonitoring needs. This would include the following Board Certifications: (1) The American Board of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ABNM); (2) the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN); (3) the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology (ABCN); (4) the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM); (5) Doctor of Medicine with specialized training in IONM; or (6) Doctor of Audiology with specialized training in IONM.
We Provide Full Documentation
United Medical Monitoring provides the hospital with full documentation of a patient’s neural status before, during, and after a surgical procedure, and this information can help reduce the hospital’s liability and exposure to frivolous lawsuits. IONM can be helpful in clarifying anatomical structures that have been distorted by degenerative disease, congenital anomalies, revision surgery, tumor, or inflammatory processes that may obscure normal anatomic relationships and surgical landmarks.
It can help identify new systematic (nervous system) impairment and identify or separate nervous system structures (for instance, around or in a tumor or scar tissue), and can demonstrate which tracts or nerves are still functional. When a surgeon has the benefit of early warning of altered neurological functions, they can intervene immediately and avoid or even reverse the potential for injury.
United has very flexible terms and contracts available to fit any hospital’s needs, and an industry-leading low cost structure.
TO SCHEDULE IONM FOR A SURGERY
United Medical Monitoring provides all types of neurophysiological monitoring modalities:
- Transcranial Motor Evoked Potentials
- Auditory Evoked Potentials
- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
- EEG and Computer Enhanced EEG
- Spinal Cord Evoked Potentials
- Cortical Mapping
- Cerebral Venous Oxygen Saturation
available to fit any hospital’s needs, and an
industry-leading low cost structure.