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The Incereb 'neon12' Wearable Sensor Makes Neonatal EEGs Easier

 - Dec 17, 2015
References: incereb & irishtimes
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.