Neonatal electroencephalograms (EEGs) are an effective way to spot problems that might be present after birth, but the process can be time-consuming and labor-intensive for technicians, which is why the Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor is designed to offer a one-step solution. Instead of requiring multiple sensors to be affixed to an infant's cranium, the Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor goes on in one step to make obtaining readings faster and more efficient.
Able to be used without the use of subdermal needles, the Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor goes on in minutes and can provide exceptionally accurate readings within a short amount of time. What's best, the Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor allows sensors to be placed correctly each and every time to cut down on mistakes.
The Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor Makes Neonatal EEGs Easier
1. Wearable Electroencephalogram Sensors - The development of wearable sensors for electroencephalograms can revolutionize the medical industry by making the process faster and more efficient for technicians.
2. One-step Sensors - Creating one-step sensors can improve the accuracy and speed of measuring vital signs while reducing the risk of human error.
3. Non-invasive Medical Devices - The demand for non-invasive medical devices continues to grow as it provides a safer and more comfortable experience for the patients.
1. Healthcare - The healthcare industry can benefit from the development of wearable electroencephalogram sensors and other non-invasive medical devices.
2. Neonatal Care - The development of the Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor can disrupt the neonatal care industry by offering a faster and more accurate way to obtain readings without the use of subdermal needles.
3. Medical Device Manufacturing - The trend toward non-invasive medical devices and one-step sensors presents an opportunity for medical device manufacturing companies to innovate and gain a competitive edge in the market.