Wrapping up the first full day of TEDMED yesterday, we had the opportunity to hear from a lot of interesting speakers and presenters. The aim of interdisciplinary events such as this one is to provide healthcare professionals creative ways of solving problems. One speaker in particular reminded us that no intervention or idea exists in […]
Interview with Chris Berka, CEO of Advanced Brain Monitoring in regards to their products and receiving small Business Innovation Research grants.
mHealth Research Daily with Tim Bredrup Caregivers of epileptic patients are often concerned about unwitnessed seizures that can cause injury and sometimes even death. In an effort to address this concern, neurologists at Stanford University performed a study to determine if a wrist-worn accelerometer could accurately detect the classic epilepsy seizure known as a tonic-clonic, […]
The Nicolet EEG Wireless Amplifier captures brain wave data used by clinicians to diagnose and treat various neurological disorders and diseases.
Advanced Brain Monitoring’s B-Alert is one of the oldest and most comprehensive ambulatory EEG products on the market, developed entirely using government grants and no money from outside investors.
NeuroVigil is merging neuroscience, non-invasive wireless brain recording technology and advanced computational algorithms to create an accurate and automated reading of brain wave data.
NYU-based BioSignal Group has submitted their microEEG system to the FDA for pre-market approval, sets a high standard for ambulatory EEG Bluetooth amplifier design.
Chicago-based Wave Technology Group has unveiled screenshots of their ambulatory EEG real-time seizure monitoring application.
Electronic Tattoo ushers in new era of truly noninvasive and unobtrusive body sensors, a disruptive innovation with significant implications for the emerging mHealth industry.