Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group.Inc Company Profile

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Founded in 1970, Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group (ING) has performed more than 150,000 neurosurgical consultations and built a reputation as one of the largest and most progressive neurosurgical practices in North America. Our vast experience with disorders of the brain, spine, and nerves enables us to treat many conditions that are rarely handled in other neurosurgical practices.The physicians of ING have ensured superior care of our patients by being among the first neurosurgical groups in the United States to offer super-specialization in the treatment of brain and spine disorders. Super-specialization enables individual ING physicians to gain expertise not only in the management of common disorders, such as low back pain, but also rare or complex conditions, such as disorders requiring spinal reconstruction and deep lesions of the brain.


8333 Naab Road, Suite 250
United States of America


Phone: 1-888-225-5464
Fax: 1-317-396-1300

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Historians resolve fatality count of USS Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Two historians have resolved a decades-old mystery about how many men died when the USS Indianapolis was struck by Japanese torpedoes during World War II.

NICO Launches Investigator Initiated Study Program to Increase Scientific Data Supporting ...

INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Neurosurgical medical device maker NICO Corporation has launched an Investigator Initiated Study (IIS) Program offering financial support for prospective Re...

Focused Ultrasound in Neurosurgery: A Historical Perspective

Review advances in the use of focused ultrasound for neurosurgical applications, from its emergence in the 1940s to the present day. Neurosurgical Focus

Telemedicine vs. In-person Follow-up After Neurosurgery

Are telemedicine consultations a cost-saving alternative for follow-up care after elective neurosurgical procedures? Neurosurgical Focus

Man Had 'AR-15-Styled Rifle,' Bump Stock Outside Indianapolis Hotel Before Women's March: Report

A 22-year-old man living in the U.S. illegally has been charged with a federal crime after police in Indianapolis, Indiana, found him in possession of guns on two occasions in January, The Indianapol...

Keyhole Retrosigmoid Approach for Vestibular Schwannomas

According to this review, a keyhole neurosurgical approach for large vestibular schwannomas is associated with greater extent of resection and low rates of postoperative complications. Neurosurgical...

Science writers: On your mark, get set, go to Indianapolis for 500 stories

(Geological Society of America) Media registration is now open for The Geological Society of America's 130th Annual Meeting & Exposition, to be held November 4-7, 2018 at the Indiana Convention Center...

Pelican BioThermal Opens Network Station and Service Center in Indianapolis

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Neurosurgical workload during US combat operations: 2002 to 2016.

Approximately 4.5% of surgical procedures performed at Role 2 (R2) (forward surgical) and Role 3 (R3) (theater) medical treatment facilities can be classified as neurosurgical. These procedures are fo...

Incidence and risk factors of neurosurgical site infections: results of a prospective multicenter cohort study on 6359 surgeries.

Neurosurgical surgical site infections (SSI) are life-threatening complications, requiring medical treatment and additional surgeries and remain a substantial cause of morbidity. In order to identify ...

Intraocular pressure during neurosurgical procedures in context of head position and loss of cerebrospinal fluid.

OBJECTIVE Perioperative visual loss (POVL) is a rare but serious complication in surgical disciplines, especially in spine surgery. The exact pathophysiology of POVL remains unclear, but elevated intr...

Assessment of preoperative anxiety in neurosurgical patients: Comparison of widely used measures and recommendations for clinic and research.

Preoperative anxiety is frequent in neurosurgical patients and of high clinical relevance (e. g., associated with anestesiological requirements and surgery outcome). Little however is known about the ...

Effects of talactoferrin alpha on lung adenoma prevention in A/J mice June 2, 2016.

Talactoferrin alpha is a promising non-toxic solid tumor cancer agent that met with success in the treatment of early-stage lung cancer clinically in humans. It is well-tolerated, anddendritic cell-st...

Clinical Trials [4040 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Frailty as a Predictor of Neurosurgical Outcomes in Brain Tumor Patients

Frailty as an adjunct to preoperative assessment of neurosurgical patients has never been evaluated. This study aims to determine if frailty predicts neurosurgical complications in brain t...

Lung and Heart USG for Predicting Weaning in Neurosurgical Patients

Ultrasonography is a commonly used diagnostic and procedural adjunctive modality in intensive care. Weaning of neurosurgical patients off ventilatory support is a critical procedure, fraug...

Goal-Directed Intraoperative Fluid Management Using FloTrac© Monitoring in High-Risk Neurosurgical Patients

This is a prospective, randomized controlled trial to determine if using FloTrac/EV1000 system in neurosurgical patients undergoing craniotomies for aneurysm repair or tumor resection comp...

Parameters Analysis in Neurosurgical Critical Patients Through Big Data Acquisition

The PANDA trial is a multicenter prospective observational study designed to analyze various ICP derived parameters and clinical status in neurosurgical critical patients through a new big...

Prevention of Neurosurgical Wound Infections

The goal of this study is to determine whether injecting the antibiotic vancomycin directly into surgical wounds can decrease the rate of infection following implantation of neurosurgical ...

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Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group.Inc

Founded in 1970, Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group (ING) has performed more than 150,000 neurosurgical consultations and built a reputation as one of the largest and most progressive neurosurgical prac...

Boulder Neurosurgical Associates

Boulder Neurosurgical Associates was founded by Jeffrey Thramann, MD. Dr. Thramann received his neurosurgical training at the distinguished Barrow Neurological Institute (BNI), an internationally reco...

Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates

Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, which was established in 1940, is one of the oldest and largest neurosurgical practices in the country. With 15 board certified or board eligible neurosurgeon...

Indianapolis Life Insurance Company

On July 4, 1905 a few prominent Indiana business people came together to create an organization whose sole purpose would be to share the risks and rewards of life. Nearly 100 years later, that same or...

Sagamore Institute

Sagamore Institute is an Indianapolis-based nonpartisan research group -- or "think tank" -- that brings policymakers and practitioners together to turn ideas into action. Follow us on Facebook here.

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