Studies

ShuntCheck Studies

Madsen et al 2020 Diagnostic Accuracy of Non-Invasive Thermal Evaluation of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Flow in Shunt Malfunction: A Prospective, Multi-Site, Operator-Blinded Study

Frim – Madsen AANS ’16 Plenary Expanded Abstract – Thermal Flow Detection Improves Diagnostic Accuracy of Shunt Malfunction – Prospective, Multicenter, Operator-Blinded Study

Boyle PAS 2017 Abstract – ShuntCheck versus Neuroimaging for Diagnosing Ventricular Shunt Malfunction in the Emergency Dept

Hameed – Madsen 2018┬áNoninvasive Thermal Evaluation of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Patency and Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Using a Flow Enhancing Device

Madsen 2010 Evaluation of ShuntCheck Noninvasive Thermal Technique for Shunt Flow Detection in Hydrocephalus Patients

Marlin – Gaskill 2011 The Use of Transcutaneous Thermal Convection Analysis to Assess Shunt Function in the Pediatric Population

Abazi – Madsen 2009 Evaluation of CSF flow in shunts using a non-invasive thermal technique

Madsen 2009 Changes In Thermal Flow Determinations With Changes In Valve Settings In Shunted Hydrocephalic Patients

Madsen 2009 Intermittency of VP Shunt Flow in an Asymptomatic Subject During Day-to-Day Activities

Jallo 2009 ShuntCheck, A Non-invasive Device to Assess Ventricular Shunt Flow – One Institution’s Early Experience

Swoboda 2013 A new method for CSF shunt patency assessment

Stein 2008 Evaluation of Shunt Flow Through a Hydrocephalic Shunt – A Contrilled Model of Evaluation of the Performance Using ShuntCheck

Stein 2007 Validation of a Noninvasive Test of CSF Shunt Function

Neff 2005 Measurement of flow of cerebrospinal fluid in shunts by transcutaneous thermal convection