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University Campus 339 Windermere Road
London, Ontario N6A 5A5
London Health Sciences Centre has been at the forefront of medicine in Canada for 141 years and offers the broadest range of specialized clinical services in Ontario. Building on the traditions of its founding hospitals to provide compassionate care in an ... more
Member of Scientific Advisory Board
International Multidisciplinary Meeting
Protocol Review Committee
Member, Editorial Board
Position, Protocol Review Committee
National Heart , Lung and Blood Institute
University of Western Ontario
Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists
Device lets docs stay â€˜tuned inâ€™ to brain bloodflow - Ornim - Non Invasive Brain Monitoring | Brain Blood Flow | Cerebral Blood Flow
For Dr. John Murkin, the medical device business is all about "making a better mouse trap." The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry professor is part of a team of Western and Lawson Health Research Institute (LHRI) researchers studying a new technology that may change the way patients undergoing cardiac surgery are monitored and managed in the hospital.The device, known as CerOx, non-invasively monitors cerebral blood flow and helps physicians and nurses assess brain perfusion in real time. Murkin, who has been involved in the machine's development, said this information could be used to support critical treatment decisions made to protect the patient from potential complications. "We use near-infrared light routinely in all hospitals to measure oxygen saturation in the brain. That's been out for 30 years," Murkin said.
11th Annual NCS Conference: Andrew Kofke MD - Ornim - Non Invasive Brain Monitoring | Brain Blood Flow | Cerebral Blood Flow
Scientific Advisory Board - Ornim - Non Invasive Brain Monitoring | Brain Blood Flow | Cerebral Blood Flow
Dr. Murkin's recent ongoing peer-funded investigations focus on the role of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) for assessment of cerebral oxygenation as well as novel investigations on the impact of early sepsis on NIRS-detected microcirculatory vasoreactivity and tissue oxygenation.
For over 3 decades
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