Post-operative Trauma Follow-up Assessment

A 35-year-old female found unresponsive was brought into the emergency room. An emergent head CT revealed a massive traumatic intraparenchymal hemorrhage. Clinicians immediately took the patient to the operating room for decompression.

Post-operatively, physicians used the Swoop® system at the patient’s bedside. The images assisted them in assessing the extent of mass effect, midline shift, and tissue viability for prognostication.

Post-operative ICU Exam with Complication

A 62-year-old male with a pituitary macroadenoma had prior trans-sphenoidal incomplete resection. He underwent a left-sided pterional approach to resect the residual supra-sellar tumor. Eight hours post-op, he had a seizure leading to cardiac arrest, necessitating resuscitation and intubation with vasopressor support. An emergent non-contrast CT did not reveal acute pathology.

Physicians used the Swoop® system at the patient’s bedside two hours later. The images demonstrated an acute left caudate/anterior internal capsule infarct and post-op changes.

Post-operative ICU Exam

A 39-year-old female with a history of recurrent metastatic non-small cell lung carcinoma. She now presents with a growing right-sided posterior fossa mass.

Physicians used the Swoop® system in the ICU twelve hours after surgery to assess her condition. The images showed a total resection with no evidence of hemorrhage, significant edema, mass effect, or obstructive hydrocephalus. Following the exam, physicians transferred the patient out of the ICU on postoperative day one, saving time and cost.

Anoxic Injury

A 20-year-old male was involved in a severe motor vehicle accident, during which he was pinned under a car for 30 minutes before being extricated. Subsequently, the patient experienced a 24-minute cardiac arrest.

Physicians used the Swoop® system post-resuscitation. The images revealed restricted diffusion, indicative of diffuse cortical hypoxia, while notably sparing the brain's deep gray matter.

Post-cardiac Arrest Anoxia

A 31-year-old man, post-drug overdose, presented in the ED and experienced cardiac arrest. Physicians administered naloxone for opioid reversal. Critically ill and unresponsive and having undergone prolonged resuscitation, the patient was transferred to the ICU.

After five days, Swoop® system images assisted the physicians in identifying cerebral anoxia and sub-acute infarcts in the deep gray matter of the dorsal midbrain, bilateral thalami, and basal ganglia, guiding the decision to withdraw life support.

Brain Tumor with Herniation

Patient presents with a multicentric glioblastoma and deteriorating mental status following a biopsy.

Swoop imaging aided the physician in diagnosing right-sided uncal herniation not appreciated on any prior imaging, including pre-op MRI and post-op CT.

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