NEURODIAGNOSTIC PARTNERS

Our neurodiagnostic services provide industry leading support.

Neurodiagnostic Services & Support

At SpecialtyCare, we’re here to support you 24/7. To recap, here are the three neurodiagnostic services and support that our highly trained technicians provide:

Carotid Duplex Ultrasound– CD provides important information about the carotid arteries and blood flow to the brain. It’s used to detect possible arterial disease. High frequency sound waves are sent from a probe placed on the neck to echo off the arterial areas to produce an image on a monitor that gives us the information we need.

Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound– TCD determines the blood flow in the major arteries in the brain. It’s a non-evasive exam that produces results quickly. It is also an inexpensive procedure. TCD is useful in detecting brain disease and evaluating stroke or TIA.

Electroencephalography– An EEG is used to record electrical activity in the brain, similar to how an EKG records heart activity. Determining whether or not the brain is functioning properly is extremely important for physicians. An EEG can help determine many conditions such as stroke, dementia, narcolepsy, seizures, tumors, and more.

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Other Support Services

SpecialtyCare supports surgical teams in many other ways than neurodiagnostic services. Here is a list of additional services, equipment and supplies that we provide:

Equipment & Service

  • Multiple acquisition options – capital expenditure avoidance
  • Complete Biomedical support services
  • Competitive pricing – largest single purchaser of perfusion and ATS equipment
  • Single point of contact for multiple manufacturers
  • Comprehensive and consultative management

 

Disposable Supplies

  • Multiple acquisition options – flexible
  • Consignment supplies – cost avoidance
  • Competitive pricing – largest single purchaser of perfusion and ATS supplies
  • Single point of contact for multiple manufacturers
  • Comprehensive and consultative management

 

Equipment Provided

  • Heart Lung Machines
  • Heater Coolers
  • Autotransfusion Units
  • Blood Analysis Equipment
  • Platelet Separators

 

Other Supplies Provided

  • Custom Tubing Packs
  • Oxygenators
  • Autotransfusion Supply Kits
  • Cannulae
  • Miscellaneous Supplies

In addition to neurodiagnostic services and supplies, SpecialtyCare is also here to support you in cost as well. If you’re looking for neurodiagnostic testing partners, please explore the most common pricing models below:

Hourly fee – Vendor sets an hourly price for DBS services.

Flat fee per case – Vendor charges the same amount per case, regardless of length.

Hourly (or flat) fee with hourly escalators – Vendor charges a set rate for, say, the first five hours, then increases the hourly rate afterward.

Monthly retainer – Vendor guarantees staff availability to perform services for one flat fee per month.

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SpecialtyCare Is Here To Support

At SpecialtyCare, we want to help you assemble a surgical room of excellent support for the patient and to provide the best possible outcome every single time. The patient is always the first and last thing on the minds of our technicians at SpecialtyCare. Please reach out to us today if you’re in need of support in the operating rooms.

Our SpecialtyCare philosophy is based on our values and the belief that a combination of sound, standardized procedures and dedicated personal service is needed to ensure the very best in patient care, operational efficiency, and cost management.

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