Recent IONM News​

Hospital Machine Keeps Patients on the Move

The Star May 2014


When Suzanne Wingell was diagnosed with a tumour on herspinal cord, she faced the bleak prospect of being paralysed from the neck down.


But the mum-of-three has been saved by surgeons at Sheffield’s Royal Hallamshire Hospital, who successfully removed all of the growth - as well as using an advanced monitoring system which prevents paralysis in patients who otherwise would not be able to move for the rest of their lives.

Growing Burden of Neurological Diseases Drives the EEG, EMG and Evoked Potential Devices Market

PR Web April 2014

Fueled by aging population, growing prevalence of neurological diseases, and technological advancements, global market for EEG, EMG and Evoked Potential Devices is expected to register healthy growth in the coming years. Monitoring of brain function has assumed significant importance, as changes in these functions are often a precursor to numerous degenerative diseases. 

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