Partnering with Trushine Medical Instruments, a leader in the intraoperative nerve monitoring market in Taiwan, Technomed Europe will be at the 5th Congress of the Asian Oceanian Society of Intraoperative Neurophysiology in Taipei on May 6, showcasing products ranging from stimulating probes to needle electrodes and stimulating surgical instruments.
Made with DIN 42802 DIN connectors, Technomed products, including those under its Neurosign IONM brand, provide reliable signals identifying nerve proximity when used with multichannel nerve monitors.
Containing 60 percent of the world’s population, the Asian Oceanian region represents a growing market for head, neck, and spinal procedures in which intraoperative nerve monitoring aids surgeons protecting nerve integrity.
The one-day congress features speakers from across the region, including Australia, Singapore, Korea, India, and Taiwan as well as from the United States. Topics range from expanding the scope of intraoperative nerve monitoring to intraoperative neurophysiology of brainstem and spinal reflexes, innovations in IONM for intramedullary tumors of the spinal cord, and IONM and neurovascular coupling, among others.
“As the practice of intraoperative nerve monitoring has grown, we’re excited to see how surgeons and researchers are evolving the practice,” says Pierre Zinken, director of sales – Latin America, Middle East & Asia Pacific at Technomed Europe who will be attending the congress. “Quality instruments are so fundamental to monitoring nerve activity. The advancements in the practice will strongly influence the innovations in the products we design.”
To learn more about the AOSIN congress, go to www.aosin2023.com.