Intraoperative Neuromonitor Device

Maximum Safety Against the Risk of Damage

Bioscope intraoperative neuromonitor is essential for eliminating or minimizing the neurologic damages. Neuro-monitorization enables to assess the functional integrity of the neural structures under the risk of damage. It is a system that helps the surgeon for the purpose of protecting the patient health by monitoring visually and aurally the nerves under risk during bioscope thyroid, parathyroid, hand and face surgery.

bioscope | intraoperative neuromonitor
intraoperative neuromonitor

2 Channel Signal Measurement and Sleep Mode

Bioscope has the most advanced signal measurement technology in its class, providing a top-of-the-line experience. It also features an optional sleep mode (screen off) to increase battery life.


High Resolution Touch Screen

The advanced 10.1-inch touchscreen of Bioscope provides high-resolution imaging with easy-to-use options.


Applicable and Functional Graphic Display

It has been designed for the most effortless use by expert engineers and designers in the field.


Integrated Battery

Dual built-in battery system prevents interruption in operations due to power outages, during intraoperative neuromonitor procedures, enabling up to 2-hour operation time.

bioscope | intraoperative neuromonitor
bioscope | intraoperative neuromonitor device

Advanced Technology in Intraoperative Neuromonitor: Bioscope

Bioscope intraoperative neuromonitor device provides a monitoring purpose that notifies the anesthesia specialist and operating neurologist of an approaching injury so that they can adjust the course of treatment in time to avoid irreversible harm.

How Does Bioscope Intraoperative Neuromonitor Work?

  • Electrodes are used for direct contact with the laryngeal nerve and surrounding tissues.
  • Electric stimulation is created with the used electrode.
  • The resulting electric stimulation is transmitted to the throat by the recurrent laryngeal nerve.
  • The recording electrode converts the electric signal into sound and image, and the signals are controlled by the surgeon.
  • If a waveform is seen on the monitor, it becomes apparent that recurrent laryngeal nerves that need to be carefully separated are nearby.
bioscope | intraoperative neuromonitor