- 0Jul 10, '13 by kdnealDoes anyone have a guideline that they could share for using the neuroptics pupillometer? I do not have any experience with the equipment and would like to know what others do regarding frequency of use, when to call MD, etc. Any info would be appreciated!
- 0Jul 21, '13 by hkulczycThere are articles in Pub Med if you search Pupillometery r/t ICP. You can also contact the NeuroOptics rep and they can supply you with articles or if you browse the NeuroOptic website under Critical Care you will have lots of information at your feet.
CV < 0.8 mm/s
Pupil reactivity < 10%
Difference in pupil size fro right to left > 1 mm
Hope this helps.
- 0Jul 23, '13 by bellehillWe obtain a pupillometer reading on admission for all our neuro patients. Our protocol is to call the MD for:
>1mm difference between pupils
We also trend the NPi and if there is a difference between R/L pupils of >0.7 or if the NPi has decreased by 0.7 the MD is to be called. We use the pupillometer Q4h for GCS <9 if vented and <12 if not vented and with any neuro changes. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions! We have been using the pupillometer for 2 years with pretty good success.