Nicolet ICU Monitor

Nicolet ICU Monitor

The Nicolet Monitor from Natus Nicolet™ is the leading solution for intensive care brain monitoring. Continuous brain monitoring is used to monitor EEG brain activity and other physiological parameters in acutely ill patients who are at risk for brain damage.

The unique features of the Nicolet Monitor allow it to be used from pre-term neonates through adults. Full integrated video through remote control camera, built in seizure detection, burst suppression analysis and a comprehensive library of EEG analysis trends like aEEG, Envelope and Spectrogram makes this an easy to use and fully capable system. The small footprint is ideal for the crowded ICU bedside.

Nicolet Monitor

  • Evaluate cerebral function bedside and remotely
  • Trending software included with the system
  • Integrate data from vital signs monitors, perfusion monitors and other devices

Brain Monitoring
The Nicolet Monitor continuously monitors acutely ill patients at risk for brain damage and secondary injury
(premature neonates to older adults). Use our new Nicolet EEG Wireless amplifier to start recordings during
transit to the ER, and throughout the care continuum.

Related EEG equipment

 

  • Continuous EEG (cEEG) monitoring for Critical Care may help decrease length of stay and lower costs*
  • Amplitude EEG (aEEG), burstsuppression, envelope and additional NicoletOne™
  • Trendssoftware quickly identify pathologicalsignalsto help clinicians preventsecondary injurie
  • aEEG trend and alertstriggered by clinical events provide ICU staff with necessary data at bedside
  • Remote review, real-time physician alerts and simultaneous on-line review of 4 patients(with video).For pre-term neonates to adults
  • Comprehensive system with integrated video, EEG, EKG, Sp02, alerts and real time remote capabilities
  • Includes integrated, real time trend package for automated seizure detection, burst suppression analysis, brain symmetry analysis and more
  • Integrated with vital signs monitors

*Sandor, L. “Conquering the Next Frontier of ICU Monitoring: The Brain”, Neonatal Intensive Care, 2005;
Hirsch, L. “Urgent Continuous EEG (cEEG) Monitoring Leads to Changes in Treatment in Half of Cases”, Epilepsy Currents, 2010

 

Help improve patient outcomes for:

  • Stroke
  • Trauma
  • TBI
  • Cardiac arrest
  • Hypothermia treatment
  • Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE)
  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (SAH)
  • Neurosurgery