2017 Annual Meeting and Courses, February 8-12, 2017, 2016 Phoenix, Arizona

Exhibits & Product Theaters

EXHIBITOR BOOTH #
Ambu 208
American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology Table A
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (ABPN) Table C
American Clinical Magnetoencephalography Society (ACMEGS) Foyer
American Society of Electrodiagnostic Technicians (ASET) Table B
ANT North America 222
Blackrock NeuroMed, LLC 206
Brain Sentinel, Inc. 109
Cadwell Industries, Inc. 116
Compumedics Neuroscan 105
Electrical Geodesics, Inc. (EGI) 216
Elekta 207
Empatica 213
Encephalodynamics, Inc 214
Epitel, Inc. 100
Ives EEG Solutions 204
Lifelines Neurodiagnostic Systems, Inc. 201
Medical Practice Solutions 110
EXHIBITOR BOOTH #
MediMax Tech, Inc. 102
moberg Research 104
Natus Neurology 200
Neuralynx, Inc. 217
NeuroPace, Inc. 101
Neurotech, LLC 108
Nihon Kohden America, Inc. 219
Persyst Development Corporation 111
Rhythmlink International, LLC 124
Ricoh Company, LTD 223
RSC Neuro 209
Sage Therapeutics 113
Signal Gear, LLC 205
SpecialtyCare 107
Sunovion 115
UCB 212
Upsher-Smith Laboratories, Inc. 123
Wolters Kluwer 122
Zimmer Biomet 117

 

Product Theaters

ACNS pleased to offer delegates the opportunity to explore in-depth the technologies and products available to assist them in developing state of the art neurophysiology programs, as well as the chance to extend their interaction with exhibitors beyond the exhibit hall in a more hands-on environment. Each Product Theater is supported and programmed by a single supporting company and will feature presentations on topics and technologies selected by the corporate supporter. Please note that Product Theaters are non-CME sessions.

3-D EEG/MEG MAPPING, SOURCE MODELING, AND INTRACRANIAL EEG ANALYSIS WITH CURRY 8
Presented by: Compumedics Neuroscan
Friday, February 10, 2017
12:30 – 1:30pm
Location:     Maryvale B
Instructors:  John S. Ebersole, MD, FACNS
                    Michael Wagner, PhD

The clinical interpretation of LTM EEG and/or MEG can be significantly enhanced by a number of digital analysis techniques that are available in Curry software. This session will demonstrate the most exciting features of the new Curry 8 via live review and processing of raw data from pre-surgical evaluation cases. Data analysis will start with voltage and magnetic field mapping of individual spikes and proceed through automatic selection and segregation of spike types by template matching to modeling their cortical sources by individual dipoles, dipole clusters, and CSD distributions. 3-D anatomical correlation will be provided by an automated creation of realistic head and brain models for both more accurate data analysis and display of source solutions. Similar processing of seizure rhythms to determine ictal sources will also be demonstrated. Finally, intracranial EEG recordings will be interpreted using accurate anatomical localization of electrode contacts and by mapping spike and seizure voltage fields across cortical grids/strips and along depth electrodes.
REVELATIONS FROM CHRONIC AMBULATORY ECOG MONITORING: INSIGHTS FROM THE RNS® SYSTEM
Presented by:   NeuroPace
Friday, February 10, 2017
12:30 – 1:30pm
Location:           Maryvale A
Agenda:
Overview of RNS® System Long-Term Efficacy and Safety, Thoughts on Patient selection, Presentation of a Treatment Algorithm
TBD
Discoveries from Chronic Ambulatory ECoG Data
Martha Morrell, MD