Stimulators, Electrical, Brain, Motor Evoked Potential

Definition : Brain electrical stimulators designed provide input stimuli for monitoring and/or recording provoked neurological signals from the spinal cord and/or peripheral muscles known as motor-evoked potentials (MEPs). These devices typically consist of a pulse generator that can deliver a train of high-voltage electric pulses through several channels. The stimulator output signals are applied to the brain using electrodes attached to the scalp (i.e., transcranial) at several different points until getting the best MEP response for a patient. MEP stimulators are mainly used for intraoperative assessment of the patient's neurologic status; the stimulators are also used in the diagnosis and evaluation of multiple sclerosis and as indicators for stroke motor recovery.

UMDC code : 34373

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Cadwell Industries Inc

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Cadwell recently debuted the Easy Ambulatory EEG and PSG system with the NEW patent pending Q-Video Mobile recording system – This new video recording system synchronizes video with ambulatory EEG and PSG recordings collected outside of the hospital. Patients can move freely while the Easy system hardware captures multiple EEG and PSG channels with time synchronized video to assist physicians in identifying events.

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