During parotid surgery, the facial nerve is at risk. The variety of its fan-shaped structures makes surgical interventions particularly difficult. Neuromonitoring plays a critical role in facial surgery by helping the surgeon localize the nerves and reduce risk of facial nerve trauma.
During parotid gland surgery the facial nerve is at risk. Inomed has developed special ENT software designed to aid surgeons during these procedures. Using the C2 NerveMonitor >> minimizes the risk of damage to the sensitive nerve branches. The ENT software module >> on the C2 NerveMonitor combines easy handling with maximum functionality.
Facial Nerve Monitoring is used in two ways:
During thyroid surgery, >> the C2 NerveMonitor can considerably reduce risk of injury of the recurrent laryngeal nerve which controls the vocal cord. The state-of-the-art technology ALM >> (Advanced Laryngeal Monitoring) offers high-precision signal recording.