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IONM Primer: Applications and Techniques

NA-Intraoperative-Neurophysiological-Monitoring-Techniques-3D-eBook.pngIntraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) is a monitoring technique aimed at reducing the risk of neurological deficits after operations that involve the nervous system. The goal of such monitoring is to identify changes in the spinal cord, brain, and peripheral nerve function to minimize risk or irreversible damage. The technique is also effective in localizing anatomical structures, including sensorimotor cortex and peripheral nerves, which help in guiding surgeons during an operation.

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