Welcome iu health anoxic event

• exterior

• leed certification

• white roof

• water efficient landscaping

• water use reduction

• optimized energy performance

• welcome

• introduction to the

Neuroscience center

• lower level

• research clinical imaging

• 3T MRI scanner

• 64-slice CT scanner

• PET/CT-scanner

• first floor

• neurorehabilitation

And robotics

• robotic walking therapy

• robotic pediatric

Arm hand therapy

• robotic arm therapy

• robotic wrist therapy

• gait balance therapy

• motion analysis system

• balance falls


• second floor

• neuropsychology

• FAQ’s


• psychiatry

• alternative depression treatments

• collaborative psychotherapy

Research clinical


• neurophysiology

• third floor

• neurology

• alzheimer’s/dementia

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• epilepsy/seizures

• infectious diseases

• movement disorders

• multiple sclerosis/autoimmune disorders

• stroke

Ear, nose throat

• auditory brain stem response testing

• intratympanic infusion procedures

• VNG room rotary chair

• fourth floor

• collaborative approach

• neuroscience rounds

• tumor neurovascular boards

• fifth floor

• neurosurgery

• collaboration space

• neurosurgical suites

• IU health

Methodist hospital

• neurophysiology

• neuromonitoring

• neurotelemetry

• monitoring towers

• 24/7, real-time continuous

Neurodiagnostic specialists

Neurosurgical suites

• neurosurgical suites



• medtronic stealthstation i7

Integrated navigation system

• additional technologies

• LEED certification

The indiana university health neuroscience center is designated as a gold-certified LEED facility by the U.S.Anoxic event green building council. This certification means the facility was built using strategies that reduce energy consumption and minimize the negative impact on the environment.

LEED (leadership in energy and environmental design) is an internationally recognized program encouraging design and construction teams to use strategies to reduce energy consumption, improve water efficiency, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, improve indoor environmental quality and promote the use of renewable resources. White roof

The roof on the IU health neuroscience center is white in order to combat the heat island effect, which is an elevated temperature in an urban area due to the increased presence of infrastructure instead of open land and vegetation.Anoxic event this white roof reflects sunlight and heat away from the building, reducing energy use, green house gas emissions and air pollution. Water efficient landscaping

The plants and vegetation chosen for the site require less supplemental irrigation than typical landscaping, providing a 50 percent reduction in water consumption. Water use reduction

Restrooms, showers, sinks and faucets throughout the building are designed using advanced technologies to reduce water consumption. Optimized energy performance

From heating and cooling to lighting fixtures, many design details allow this building to reduce energy consumption by approximately 20 percent.

• welcome

The indiana university health neuroscience center brings together nationally ranked experts to provide specialized care for a full range of neurological conditions – everything from alzheimer’s and brain tumors, to spine disorders, seizures and stroke.Anoxic event the building was designed with patients’ needs in mind, creating a one-stop shop for well-coordinated, comprehensive neurological care.

However, our comprehensive care doesn’t stop with convenience. We take a collaborative approach to neurological care, partnering with the indiana university school of medicine to combine highly skilled physicians with the most advanced treatments and latest research breakthroughs. This collaboration allows us to reach quicker diagnoses, deliver improved treatment plans and provide access to leading-edge clinical and research studies. Play the video

Research clinical imaging

A key component of the patient- and family-centered care at the indiana university health neuroscience center is neuroradiology, or the imaging studies that are used to diagnose and characterize many neurological conditions.Anoxic event using advanced technologies, our neuro-radiologists take complex images of the brain to determine the problem and how it can be treated. Our imaging services are directly connected to reading rooms within the facility, where physicians and researchers can review images and collaborate on a diagnosis.

At the IU health neuroscience center, we are on the cutting edge of neuroimaging research. One of our key initiatives is analyzing the biology of the brain to help us learn more about how diseases start. This information is invaluable in helping us form individually tailored treatment plans using personalized diagnostics. We collaborate with the indiana university school of medicine center for neuroimaging and indiana institute for biomedical imaging sciences (IIBIS) to study autism, schizophrenia, affective disorders and more.Anoxic event play the video

Ear, nose throat

The ear, nose and throat team provides comprehensive audiology services to treat conditions such as acoustic tumors, chronic ear disease or vestibular problems. Once a month, these teams collaborate to diagnose and develop treatment plans for patients with rare disorders. This “skull-based conference” happens monthly and includes teams from neurosurgery, imaging, the brain and spine tumor program, and the indiana university health proton therapy center. Auditory brain stem response testing

This technique is used to test hearing abilities in babies. Because babies cannot talk to us, this special test uses electrodes to record electrical activity from the auditory regions of the brain.Anoxic event auditory brain stem response testing is also used to screen unconscious patients for tumors or hearing issues. Intratympanic infusion procedures

Intratympanic infusion procedures are used to treat severe cases of vertigo and hearing loss. This advanced procedure is used as a near-last resort for patients experiencing severe attacks of vertigo or sudden hearing loss. It is a successful alternative treatment option when used for anti-inflammation or reducing the activation of the immune system. VNG room rotary chair

Our rotary chair works in conjunction with videonystagmography (VNG) testing to assess inner ear and central motor functions. These innovative tests require patients to follow shapes with their eyes at different speeds while wearing infrared cameras to measure movements.Anoxic event these tests take approximately 45 minutes and give doctors a comprehensive, accurate look at balance and dizziness as it relates to the inner ear.


Our neurosurgery program is consistently ranked as one of the best in the country by U.S.News world report. We have more than 30 years of experience in delivering cutting-edge neurosurgery treatments. Our nationally recognized reputation attracts some of the nation’s best physicians, who have a passion for serving the people of indiana and beyond.

Because of our team’s depth and level of expertise, our neurosurgeons are able to provide highly specialized care in focused areas of neurosurgery. Our neurosurgeons specialize in:

• deep brain and spinal cord stimulation

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• interventional neuroradiology

• pediatric neurosurgery

• peripheral nerve

• simple and complex brain and spine conditions

• trauma

Collaboration space

Our outpatient neurosurgery offices at the indiana university health neuroscience center provide a collaborative space where some of the nation’s best fellowship-trained neurosurgeons can take a group approach to diagnosing neurological diseases. IU health methodist hospital neurosurgical suites

Our outpatient facility connects directly to our state-of-the-art neurosurgical suites at indiana university health methodist hospital. These recently expanded suites are the most sophisticated neurosurgery suites available in the country.


The indiana university health neuroscience center is the first in the country with 24/7, real-time continuous neuromonitoring by neurodiagnostic specialists.Anoxic event while our monitoring headquarters are in indiana university health methodist hospital, our physicians can access our live-streaming video and data from any indiana university health computer or anywhere they have internet access. This gives us a direct link to many patients and physicians across the state. We have two neurophysiology programs: neuromonitoring and neurotelemetry. Together, we treat a range of neurological conditions including:

• altered mental status

• anoxic brain injury

• brain aneurysm/bleed

• coma after cardiac arrest

• encephalitis

• epilepsy

• meningitis

• metabolic coma

• sepsis

• stroke

• syncope

• traumatic brain injury


Neuromonitoring is used specifically to monitor seizures in epilepsy patients.Anoxic event we can monitor patients to learn more about their seizures during a diagnostic study using electrodes to study the brain and locate the source of the seizure. Neurotelemetry

Neurotelemetry is used to monitor critically ill patients who are at high risk for seizures. For example, it may be difficult to determine if an elderly patient is experiencing a seizure because it may be easily confused with being disoriented—a common symptom among the elderly. Neurotelemetry measures brain functions to determine if there is a real problem.

Neurosurgical suites

The indiana university health methodist hospital neurosurgical suites are some of most advanced when it comes to neurosurgery technology. The newly renovated neurosurgical suites allow our highly skilled physicians to perform the most complex and advanced procedures available.Anoxic event but what powers our neurosurgical suites, and is truly a key component of the program, is our nationally recognized neurosurgical team. With a strong reputation for cutting-edge treatments, our neurosurgical team uses these advanced technologies to treat conditions of the brain and spine. IMRIS

The intraoperative MRI scanner (IMRIS) allows surgeons to remove brain tumors more effectively and efficiently, leading to better outcomes for our patients. The IMRIS shows surgeons MRI images in real time, allowing them to determine if a tumor has been fully removed. Our neurosurgery team works closely with our neuro-oncology team to effectively remove and treat brain tumors through the use of this technology.Anoxic event play the video O-ARM

The O-arm surgical imaging system provides real-time, high-quality 2D and 3D images of a person’s anatomy. Its superior imaging gives surgeons a more comprehensive look at a person’s spine during surgery. This high-level of detail leads to increased accuracy, reduced time under anesthesia and decreased radiation exposure. Play the video medtronic stealthstation i7 integrated navigation system

The medtronic stealthstation i7 integrated navigation system works in tandem with other technologies to display detailed information on ceiling-mounted monitors. This allows surgeons to make faster, more informed decisions. Additional technologies

• NICO myriad

• gamma knife

• novalis-shaped beam surgery