32-channel System with Basic Functions for Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring

  • SEP acquisition
  • MEP acquisition
  • 64 amplifier inputs( 32 bipolar channels)
  • auditory and visual evoked potentials, EMG, direct nerve stimulation, EEG, ECoG — more than 10 monitoring modalities
  • flexible configurations to ensure any monitoring needs


Neuro-IOM is a multifunctional modular platform solution for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM). Its application allows the surgical team to be informed about possible damage of nerve tissues resulting from surgeon actions and, thus, to prevent neurological deficit.

In most countries, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring is a must for different types of surgery, such as spine surgery, brain surgery, brainstem surgery, etc. In spine surgery (for example, for scoliosis), the tactics are determined directly during IONM.

Neuro-IOM is our system for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring. Many years of experience in the development and manufacture of neurophysiological equipment helped the manufacturer to enter the IONM market quickly a few years ago. The system was registered and the company received the CE mark to sell the system in European countries. In the meantime, more than a hundred Neuro-IOM systems are successfully used in hospitals and other healthcare facilities in Russia, Brazil, France, Jordan, Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries.

32 bipolar channel system, entry level

This configuration of Neuro-IOM system (version 2) includes all basic functions to perform intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring

Main features:

  • 64 amplifier inputs( 32 bipolar channels)
  • 32-channel amplifier significantly improves the quality of IONM as more conduction pathways are monitored in comparison with 16-channel amplifier.
  • 2 dedicated channels for routine EMG, NCS and EP;
  • 4 electrical stimulator channels;
  • direct nerve stimulation channel;
  • auditory, visual and pattern stimulator channels;
  • ES detector channels.

The Neuro-IOM system allows performing intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring of all modalities, including MEP acquisition using the electrical stimulator with current intensity of up to 200 mA.

The Neuro-IOM system is equipped with the acquisition and stimulator pods to attach recording and stimulating electrodes with 5 m cables. It allows arranging the system at a distance from the operating table to ensure free movement for the surgical team. The set of specially-designed electrodes and the software are also included to the delivery set.

Motor, somatosensory, auditory and visual evoked potentials, EMG, direct nerve stimulation, EEG, ECoG — more than 10 modalities for intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring

The Neuro-IOM system is delivered with the preset templates ensuring the following modalities:

  • direct nerve stimulation;
  • free-run EMG;
  • somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP);
  • motor evoked potentials (MEP);
  • auditory evoked potentials (AEP);
  • visual evoked potentials (VEP);
  • EEG;
  • ECoG;
  • direct cortical stimulation;
  • train-of-four stimulation (TOF).

Using these modalities the surgical team can control motor and sensory pathways, monitor peripheral nerve integrity, assess the brain activity and perform mapping of its functional areas, etc.

Flexible configurations to ensure any monitoring needs

The Neuro-IOM.NET software provides a set of default templates for various types of surgeries. Each template includes the settings of modalities for a particular type of surgery, test window layouts, acquisition and stimulation parameters, etc. The system has a vast number of channels and stimulators with separate adjustment. Use of preset templates simplifies and speeds up the system setup for surgery.

You can always change and save the settings of any surgery template. It is a unique option for such kind of systems. There is no IONM system in the world that is so flexible!

* Not all options are available in all regions.

The support of HL7 standard allows integrating all diagnostic Neurosoft systems into the information system of a healthcare facility.