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Integra Epilepsy Sphenoidal Electrodes

Description: Sphenoidal electrodes provide a less invasive method of recording brain activity in the epilepsy patient. Like all Integra Epilepsy electrodes, sphenoidal electrodes are fabricated from implant-grade stainless steel or platinum materials...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Foramen Ovale Electrodes and Accessories

Description: Foramen ovale electrodes typically are guided through the foramen ovale and are positioned on the medial surface of the temporal lobe. The ultra-thin 1.0 mm diameter electrodes are flexible yet firm enough to allow guidance to the desired target point....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Specialty Electrodes

Description: Dual-sided, Interhemispheric Grid Electrode with 16 Contact Leads; Cortical Grid Electrode with 16 Contact Leads; Pediatric Grid Electrode with Flex Connector, 0.5 cm spacing...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Epidural Peg Electrodes and Accessories

Description: Peg electrodes typically are positioned in a burr hole to enable epidural recording of brain activity. They have platinum contacts and are furnished in several lengths to accommodate various skull thicknesses. A 4.6 mm twist drill is suitable for installation of peg electrodes in the patient....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Depth Electrodes

Description: These are superior quality electrodes, fabricated from a single length of polyurethane tubing for strength and uniform smoothness. They are furnished with a specially-designed rigid stylet to facilitate stereotactic placement in the patient....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Strip Electrodes

Description: Integra Epilepsy cortical strip electrodes are extra thin and flexible to facilitate intracranial placement through a burr hole. The narrow cylindrical connector design simplifies tunneling and enables quick and secure attachment to the patented connection system. Like all Integra Epilepsy electrod...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Gates/Dunn Electrodes

Description: Designed in collaboration with Drs. John R. Gates and Mary E. Dunn at the Minnesota Epilepsy Group, Gates/Dunn electrodes are designed for reliability, safety and ease of use. For cortical strip and grid electrodes, platinum contacts are mounted flush with the electrode surface, are individually nu...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Flex Connector Grid Electrodes

Description: The patented Integra Epilepsy Flex Connector represents a significant advance in the design of epilepsy electrodes. This versatile 64-contact connector simplifies lead tunneling and attachment to the electrode connecting cable. The Flex Connector is provided with a peel-away sheath for protection d...
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Integra Epilepsy Grid Electrodes

Description: Integra Epilepsy grid electrodes are thin and flexible for easier placement and to conform to the curvature of the cortical surface. Lead tunneling is done using a 14-gauge tunneling needle (ET-2)....
Company:Integra LifeSciences Corporation

Beehive Millennium - Long-term Epilepsy Monitoring

Description: Beehive Millennium, the newest entry in the Beehive product line, combines decades of experience in epilepsy monitoring with the technology of the 21st century. Beehive Millennium is a powerful Windows-based digital Video/EEG instrument, providing complete data acquisition, recording and review cap...
Company:Grass Technologies

Cochrane Reviews in Epilepsy

Description: Cochrane Reviews enable all those involved with healthcare decisions to keep up to date with the very latest evidence in their field of interest - a challenge which becomes harder each year as the volume of evidence increases. Cochrane Reviews solve this problem by delivering the best single source...
Company:Skyscape, Inc.

Wyler Subpial Transector

Description:... Multiple Subpial Transection (MST) is a surgical technique designed to treat epilepsy when the seizure focus is in a cortical area that cannot be surgically resected without causing an unacceptable neurological deficit. In this techniqu...
Company:Ad-Tech Medical

Magnes 3600 WH

Description:...searcher, the Magnes 3600 WH has the user-friendly Magnes 2500 WH clinical software packages making it more capable of measuring clinical patients for epilepsy surgery evaluation or pre-surgical functional mapping....
Company:4-D Neuroimaging

Ceegraph VISION LTM

Description:...at introduced the first Digital EEG system brings the latest technology for epilepsy monitoring to you! Ceegraph VISION is the first Windows XP Pro system that can be expanded to integrate all your EEG needs: epilepsy monitoring, routine EEG, ambulatory recordings, and ICU monitoring. Q...
Company:Natus Bio-logic Systems Corp.

Neurofax EEG-1100

Description:...lay capability. Excellent performance for routine EEG exam rooms as well as epilepsy centers, sleep labs and research facilities. Optional analysis software fo...ncorporates state-of-the-art programs designed for PSG recording, Long-Term epilepsy Monitoring, OR Monitoring and Routine EEG recordings....
Company:Nihon Kohden

XLTEK EMU36

Description:... The XLTEK EMU36 is a battery-operated digital EEG stand-alone device. It acquires, stores and transmits electrical signals for epilepsy and other clinical monitoring applications. The EMU36 headbox displays, stores and archives these signals through 32 EEG channels and 4 DC channels. T...
Company:Xltek

EMU128

Description:... The XLTEK EMU128 package is designed specifically for epilepsy monitoring. It allows for ease and flexibility in both setup and configuration....
Company:Xltek
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