February 5, 2019 – Gainesville, FL – EncephaloDynamics, Inc., a leader in EEG acquisition technologies, will be demonstrating EEG-Now at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society February 8 -9 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, NV.
EEG-Now™ an advanced product for EEG acquisition that takes only minutes to apply. The EEG-Now™ sensor array cap enables the easy placement of an entire set of 21 EEG leads on the head in just a few minutes. “Utilizing EEG-Now™, healthcare facilities can quickly perform an EEG recording to help diagnose various kinds of brain injuries including altered mental status, seizures, concussion, traumatic brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, and other neurological disorders,” stated J. Chris Sackellares, M.D., President of EncephaloDynamics, Inc. “Fast diagnosis and interventions are crucial when time loss equals brain loss. Because EEG setup time is reduced from 20 to 25 minutes to around 3 minutes, EEG-Now™ will help to improve patient outcomes and prevent avoidable deaths.”
“I spent a majority of my career frustrated because I knew the power of an EEG in diagnostics, but I was limited by current EEG acquisition technology,” co-inventor and EncephaloDynamics Chief Technical Officer, Scott Bearden, R. EEG/EP T., CNIM, CLTM said, “but today I am proud to be a part of solving that problem. Our technology opens this critical diagnostic tool to millions of patients who need an EEG but could not get one due to the length of the procedure of the lack of trained technicians.”
EEG-Now was cleared by the FDA in May 2018 and is now in production. Pre-orders will be taken at the conference with delivery expected in March 2019.
For more information, visit www.eeg-now.com and sign up for the February 22nd webinar which will be lead be co-inventors Scott Bearden, R. EEG/EP T., CNIM, CLTM and neurologist, J. Chris Sackellares, M.D.
About EncephaloDynamics Based in Gainesville, FL, EncephaloDynamics, Inc. is a neurotechnology device company guided by a fundamental mission: to expedite the diagnosis and treatment of brain injuries through revolutionary technologies that will help to improve patient outcomes and save lives. For more information, visit www.eeg-now.com.