Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters Signs With Impulse Monitoring

COLUMBIA, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Impulse Monitoring, Inc. (IMI), a leading provider of intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) services to hospitals, today announced that it has signed an agreement to provide comprehensive IONM services, including physician oversight, to Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, Norfolk, VA.

“Safeguarding the health and safety of children during complex surgeries is a key IMI expertise,” said Gene Cattarina, Impulse Monitoring president and CEO. “We are pleased to provide this critical layer of monitoring protection to Children’s Hospital.”

IONM assesses neurological function involving the brain, spinal cord and related nerve structures during such surgeries. Use of IONM facilitates the surgical process and can reduce surgical risk by providing alerts to surgeons of potential harm to the spinal cord or neural structures. Under the Impulse Monitoring model, technicians or neurophysiologists located in the operating room work in partnership with supervising physicians who oversee the interpretation of neurophysiological data gathered via real-time broadband transmission.

About Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters

Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters is the facility of choice for pediatric care in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. Whether a child needs hospitalization, ongoing care for a chronic illness, outpatient surgery or primary care, CHKD Health System provides the staff, facilities and technologies that address the unique demands of childhood. Since the Norfolk City Union of The King’s Daughters established the hospital in 1961, CHKD has undergone two major renovations and expansions and is now at the hub of a comprehensive system of caring dedicated exclusively to children. Visit the CHKD Health System at:

About Impulse Monitoring

Impulse Monitoring, Inc. (IMI) provides surgical support services to hospitals and other facilities that include onsite and remote intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) for spinal, nerve and brain-related surgeries, and Autotransfusion (AT). IONM allows early detection of neurological compromise and identification of functional neural structures during surgery. IMI’s AT service captures and cleanses a patient’s own blood before and during surgery, making it available for transfusion instead of donated blood. Visit the IMI website at:


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Impulse Monitoring, Inc.
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