Multi-Modal Neuromonitoring With Measuring Catheters

Reliable Measurement of Important Parameters

Illustration of the brain tissue and the ventricles
NEUROVENT measuring catheter for neurosurgery to measure epidural (1), parenchyma (2), or ventricular (3) pressure.

NEUROVENT measuring catheters are used in the field of neurosurgery. During invasive neurosurgical procedures, the catheter is used to reliably measure the:

The multi-modal neuromonitoring performed with the measuring catheter in the field of neurosurgery makes it possible to recognize the causes of cerebral damages early on. If the parameters change, they are safely, quickly, and accurately displayed on the neuromonitor. As a result, the patient can be treated correctly.

Extensive Product Portfolio

NEUROVENT measuring catheters are used to monitor parenchyma, ventricular, and epidural measurements in the brain. The measurement can be performed by connecting the device with a cable or with the help of telemetry. Due to the comprehensive product portfolio of our NEUROVENT catheters, we have the right catheter for every indication and for a variety of treatment methods. Furthermore, a single catheter combines up to three measuring functions: ICP (intracranial pressure), ICT (intracranial temperature), and ptiO2 (oxygen partial pressure).

In addition to the NEUROVENT catheters, our product portfolio for the field of neurosurgery also offers a great number of accessories. These are used to implant the catheters safely, to document and analyse the measured results, and to transfer the measured results to all common patient monitors in neurosurgery.

Advantages of NEUROVENT Catheters

Additional advantages of the neurosurgical measuring catheter made by RAUMEDIC are:

  • All-in-one system: one catheter with up to three measuring functions
  • Simple and easy handling, because users do not have to calibrate the measuring catheter. It is a plug-and-play system
  • Time savings through the direct connection of the catheter to the already present patient monitor and immediate display of the ICP (intracranial pressure) and the temperature
  • No catheter explanation required for the imaging process due to MR conditional up to three Tesla
  • Accurate and stable measuring quality resulting in appropriate therapy decisions