2016 Annual Meeting and Courses, February 10-14, 2016 Orlando, Florida

Exhibits & Product Theaters

ACNS 2016 Exhibitors

Exhibitors Booth #
ABCN/ABRET Table A
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (ABPN) Table B
American Clinical Magnetoencephalography Society (ACMEGS) Table C
American Society of Electrodiagnostic Technicians (ASET) Table D
ANT Neuro 501
Blackrock NeuroMed 402
Brain Sentinel 403
Cadwell Laboratories, Inc. 404
Compumedics USA, Inc. 401
Cortech Solutions 300
CortiCare 604
Electrical Geodesics, Inc. (EGI) 301
Elekta Neuromag 101
Encephalodynamics, Inc 503
Ives EEG Solutions 202
Labouré College 103
Lifelines Neurodiagnostic Systems 405
Loyal Source Government Services 600
Medical Practice Solutions 504
Medtech 105
Moberg Research 102
Natus Neurology 500
Neuralynx 302
NeuroPace 602
Neurotech 203
Neurovirtual 205
Nihon Kohden America 304
Persyst Development Corporation 201
Rhythmlink International, LLC 502
Rochester Electro-Medical, Inc. 400
Signal Gear, LLC 200
SpecialtyCare 204
Sunovion 303
UCB 100
Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. 104
Wolters Kluwer Health 505
WR Medical Electronics Co. 305

 


PRODUCT THEATERS

IMPLEMENTING A ROSASTM ROBOTIC-ASSISTED NEUROSURGERY PROGRAM
Presented by: MedTech
Friday, February 12, 2016
1:00 – 2:00PM
Location: International Ballroom, Product Theater

Instructor: Sumeet Vadera, MD (Assistant Clinical Professor — Department of Neurological Surgery, UC Irvine Health)

Dr. Vadera earned his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Penn., and completed a neurosurgery residency and a fellowship in epilepsy surgery at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Cleveland, Ohio.

This session, hosted by Medtech Surgical, will feature a discussion of the ROSATM robotic program at UC Irvine, and a review of some of the cases performed utilizing ROSA to guide minimally invasive SEEG and surgical  interventions

Dr. Vadera is a fellowship-trained UC Irvine Health neurosurgeon who specializes in epilepsy surgery, with expertise in minimally invasive surgery for adult and pediatric patients with epilepsy. His clinical expertise is in neuromonitoring, specifically subdural grids and stereoelectroencephalography (SEEG), and the early treatment of patients with medically intractable epilepsy. He performs laser surgery to treat deep epileptic lesions in the brain, using minimally invasive techniques as well as implantation of the Neuropace RNS® (responsive neurostimulation) device.

 

REVELATIONS FROM CHRONIC AMBULATORY ECOG MONITORING: INSIGHTS FROM THE RNS® SYSTEM
Presented by: NeuroPace
Saturday, February 13, 2016
1:00 – 2:00PM
Location: International Ballroom, Product Theater

Instructors: Martha Morrell, MD
David Spencer, MD
Lawrence Hirsch, MD, FACNS

This session will provide an update on what chromic ambulatory ECOG data is teaching us about epilepsy in general and about individual patients. Discussions will cover ECOG biomarkers, circadian periodicities in epileptiform discharges and electrographic seizures and shifting laterality in mesial temporal lobe epilepsies.