DESCRIPTIONIntraoperative NIM nerve monitoring systems
Based on more than 20 years of experience, the NIM-Response® 3.0 and NIM-Neuro® 3.0 offer advanced nerve monitoring technology with an easy-to-use interface. NIM® systems monitor EMG activity from multiple muscles. If there is a change in nerve function, the NIM system may provide audible and visual warnings to help reduce the risk of nerve damage.
NIM nerve monitoring electrodes are placed in the appropriate muscle locations in the patient for the procedure being performed. (Color-coded placement guides are included in the NIM software.)
These electrodes are connected to the NIM Nerve Monitoring System, which continuously monitors EMG activity from muscles innervated by the affected nerve. When a particular nerve has been activated or stimulated, the NIM System warns the surgeon and operating room staff, providing both visual alerts on the color touchscreen monitor and audio feedback to help minimize trauma to the nerve.
Surgeons can use monopolar and bipolar stimulating probes and dissection instruments with the NIM Nerve Monitoring System to assist in early nerve identification and confirmation. These tools may be used to locate, identify, and map the particular nerve and branches, as well as verify nerve function and integrity.
FORUMSView All (2)
2 years ago
|PM Procedure OR Service manual|
Does anyone have the PM procedure or service manual for the Nim Response 2.0 monitor?Reply
4 years ago
|Looking for a service manual on the Nim Response 3.0|
DOCUMENTS / MANUALSView All
- Monitoring during bipolar cautery
- Artifact detection software
- Stim Bur integration for the Visao® Drill
- Real-time continuous monitoring with the APS® Electrode
- Control from the surgical field
- Multiple USB ports for easy documentation