CANM Member Publications

Ongoing Member Research Project:

Dear Colleague,

We are clinicians/researchers from Canada and the UK and are investigating:

1. The range of practice for Motor Evoked Potentials (MEPs) in Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM); and 2. How this varies across the world.

We should be very grateful if you would spare 5-10 minutes to complete an online survey on this subject. The survey can be reached via the link below (click or copy and paste into browser):

Please forward this e-mail to colleagues working in the field.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Jonathan Norton , Clinical Scientist in Neurophysiology, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Dr Mark Baker, Consultant Neurophysiologist, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals, UK, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK

Dr Stephan Jaiser, Consultant Neurophysiologist, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals, UK, Honorary Associate Clinical Lecturer, Newcastle University, UK

Member Research Projects:

Holt F, Strantzas S, Zaarour C, Chamlati, R, Vreugdenhil I, Luginbuehl I, Karsli C, Faraoni D. The effect of dexmedetomidine on motor-evoked potentials during pediatric posterior spinal fusion surgery: a retrospective case-control study. Can J Anesth/J Can Anesth; 2020,

Houlden et al., Intraoperative flash visual evoked potential recording and relationship to visual outcome. Can J Neurol Sci. 2019; 46: 295–302

Wilkinson, M.F., Chowdhury, T. and Kaufmann, A.M. Using strength-duration analysis to identify the afferent limb of the lateral spread response in hemifacial spasm patients during microvascular decompression surgery. J. Clin. Neurosci. 74, 6-10 (2020).

Rasouli, B., Pederson, K., Wilkinson, M.F., Zarrabian, M. Peripheral leg ischemia detected by intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during a multilevel complex anterior and posterior spine operation. J. Surg. Case Rep. 2020 (5), May 2020, rjaa049,

Feasibility of Awake Craniotomies in Pediatrics (2020)