Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Modalities II
ONLINE – login information will be emailed on the course start date
12 weeks – 48 credit hours
Francois D. Roy, PhD CNIM
After completing IONM 140 students will recognize the common IONM modalities used to monitor sensory and motor function in the operating room. They will be able to describe the practical aspects and requirements needed to stimulate, record and interpret intraoperative neurophysiological signals. Students will be able to explain the benefits that each IONM modality can provide to a wide range of neurosurgical and spinal procedures.
Online quiz after each module, final multiple choice online exam
Health professionals who are or will be working in an intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring role.
Only full CANM members are permitted to register for this course without first applying for the Graduate Certificate.
- IONM 130
- Enrolled in the IONM Graduate Certificate Program and/or Full CANM membership – please submit your CANM membership number when registering for the course.
- Introduction to SEPs
- SEPs from the upper limb
- SEPs from the lower limb
- SEP interpretation and case studies
- Introduction to MEPs
- MEPs from the upper limb
- MEPs from the lower limb
- MEP interpretation and case studies
- D-wave monitoring
- Direct cortical MEPs
- Mapping and the eloquent cortex
- Multimodality monitoring
IONM IONM140 Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Modalities II
|Code||Course Title||Format||Tuition||Date(s)||Register By||Availability|
|IONM140-1||Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring Modalities 2||Online||$1,500.00||Sep-12-2016 to Dec-11-2016||Sep-02-2016||Closed|