Interview of Dr. Simon Harris: Use of Neuromonitoring in Spinal Deformity Surgery – Canadian Experience
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Neuromonitoring is a widely accepted method for evaluating spinal cord and nerve root function in spinal deformity surgery; however, methods vary significantly in the US and around the world. In this episode, Dr. Simon Harris is interviewed for his perspective as an orthopedic spine surgeon who focuses on spinal deformity surgery in Toronto, Canada.
Harris, Simon: Nothing to Disclose
Vogel, Richard: Board of Directors: American Board Of Neurophysiologic Monitoring (Nonfinancial, Examiner for Board), American Society Of Neurophysiological Monitoring (Nonfinancial, Past President); Other: NuVasive Clinical Services (Salary).
Key: A: $100-$1,000; B: $1001-$10,000; C: $10,001-$25,000; D: $25,001-$50,000; E: $50,001-$100,000; F: $100,001- $500,000; G: $500,001-$1M; H: $1,000,001- $2.5M; I: $2.5M+