The purpose of this presentation is to offer information on the field of intra-operative monitoring for the audiologist considering it as a potential career path. The presentation will introduce the OR environment, demonstrate the manner of clinical application of electrophysiology during surgery, and qualifications necessary to perform neuro-physiological intra-operative monitoring.
- After this course learners will be able to describe several of the important elements in performing NIOM
- After this course learners will be able to differentiate key elements between sensory and motor evoked potentials
- After this course learners will be able to describe the additional training and knowledge necessary to adequately perform NIOM
|35-65 Minutes||Differentiating key elements between sensory and motor evoked potentials|
|65-95 Minutes||Additional skills and knowledge needed for NIOM|
|95-105 Minutes||Intra-operative monitoring as a career path - other considerations|
|105-120 Minutes||Summary, Additional Resources, Q & A|
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