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Healthcare Scientists at the Cutting Edge of Services

Cutting Edge Physiology 2017

Please note that this page is currently under development. 

Neurophysiology

1. Technique/service: robotic stereo-EEG (sEEG) with 3D co-registration multi-modality imaging in epilepsy surgery using thermoablation as a treatment for intractable epilepsy
Key physiologist(s) involved: Kelly St. Pier/Charlotte Wilkinson
Location of service: Great Ormond Street Hospital

2. Technique/service: Neurophysiology monitoring for Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) in the treatment of spasticity in cerebral palsy
Key physiologist(s) involved: Mark Hair, Ivana Jankovic and Amy Lee
Location of service: Great Ormond Street Hospital
Key physiologist(s) involved: Peter Walsh, Kelly Macey, Hayley Marriott.
Location of service: Bristol Children’s Hospital, Bristol.

3. Technique/service: Navigated Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in the pre-surgical evaluation of paediatric epilepsy surgery
Key physiologist(s) involved: Mark Hair
Location of service: Great Ormond Street Hospital.

4. Technique/service: robotic stereo-EEG (sEEG) with 3D co-registration multi-modality imaging in epilepsy surgery as a treatment for intractable epilepsy
Key physiologist(s) involved: Claire Johnson, Abby Parks-Galton, Phil Watson.
Location of service: Southmead Hospital, Bristol.

5. Technique/service: Intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring for mapping and monitoring of the supratentorial and infratentorial nerves and pathways.
Key physiologist(s) involved: Peter Walsh, Kelly Macey, Hayley Marriott.
Location of service: Southmead Hospital, Bristol Children’s Hospital, Bristol.

Respiratory

6. Technique/service: Structured light plethysmography being used to measure breathing patterns in a variety of respiratory disorders
Key physiologist(s) involved: Prof Brendan Cooper/Liam O’Reilly
Location of service: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

7. Technique/service: Forced oscillometry technique being used to measure airway function during quiet breathing in a variety of respiratory disorders
Key physiologist(s) involved: Prof Brendan Cooper/James Stockley
Location of service: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

8. Technique/service: Remote monitoring of patients starting home CPAP treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea using “the cloud”
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Cardiology (to follow)

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Audiology (to follow)

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