Measuring the vital signs of the brain: EEG


Neuromonitoring is a process used to assess the functioning of the nervous system during medical procedures that may affect the brain or spinal cord. This monitoring uses specialized equipment and techniques to track nervous system activity and identify possible changes or abnormalities, such as electroencephalography (EEG).

With EEG, sensor are placed on the scalp to measure the brain’s electrical activity. This can provide valuable information about brain function and can help diagnose conditions such as epilepsy or brain injury.

Applications for neuromonitoring

There is need for more sustainable healthcare systems:

  • Improve the prevention and early diagnosis of neuro diseases, such as Alzheimer, Parkinson and stroke.

  • Implement universal access to quality health care, including advanced neuro medical devices and wearables, such as EEG earbuds.

  • Medical devices that enable remote hospitalization that can be performed in a home environment.

  • Enable constant patient insights that measure the vital signs to improved quality of care, better access to healthcare and a greater peace of mind through working without medical device wires.


Meet our chip technology: SNCE-8xx IC

The SNCE-8xx IC is a chip that has been designed to measure electrophysiological activity with exceptional signal quality and low power consumption. This chip has been specifically designed for use in wearables and diagnostic applications, both in hospitals and for remote monitoring.

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Sencure WearableXG Biosensor Monitoring Device

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Meet Sencure WearableXG, the biosensor wearable device that offers an effective solutions for measuring ECG activities, enabling users to take control of their health and wellbeing. Fully remote biosensor wearable solutions that can be applied easily in disposable and non-disposable medical patches.

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