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Because of the nature of the Neuraxiom site, we do not widely solicit or blindly accept advertisements to be placed on the site. That’s a good thing because we probably wouldn’t be deluged with offers of ads for McDonalds or Burger King anyway.
The Neuraxiom site is aimed at a highly vertical market, a very select demographic. Because of this, page is reached by invitation only.
If you are here because you followed a link sent you. Please look over the rest of the site and consider placing an ad with us. Our traffic numbers are not huge but each visitor is pre-qualified for interest and some input in the decision making process.
A New Market for Your Product
The Neuraxiom site is a great place to continue your efforts at branding and association with the new and relatively un-tapped market of ultrasound usage in anesthesiology.
There are 5,759 hospitals registered in the United States, every one has an anesthesia department which performs regional nerve blocks. The vast majority of those are only now becoming aware of the possibilities of using ultrasound in their practice. Very few ultrasound manufacturer’s even mention Anesthesiology as a target specialty in their literature or on their websites. Until now Transesophageal Echocardiography and occasionally central venous line placement have been the only anesthesia-related applications most manufacturers have considered. Well it’s a much larger market than either of those applications. Very few anesthesia practices DON’T do regional blocks.
Aside from hospitals, pain clinics, and countless specialty clinics and surgery centers perform regional nerve blocks.
When the manufacturer’s representative visits the hospital Diagnostic Imaging and Obstetrical Departments, how many even bother to make an appointment and visit the anesthesia department? Well, maybe it’s different at all of the other hospitals, but at my hospital the answer was ZIP, ZERO, NEVER HAPPENED. We had to call the manufacturers up and bug them to come down and sell us the equipment.
Use of ultrasound in regional nerve blocks will become the standard of practice over the next few years and someone is going to have to pay attention and provide the equipment.
Could be you.