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Coronavirus Patients Are Reporting Neurological Symptoms

New research indicates that over one-third of COVID-19 patients presented neurological symptoms during hospitalization in China. Examination by electroencephalogram would be a standard and expected response both in China and here in the United States.


Bergen Neurology Consultants Case Study

Bergen Neurology Consultants uses MemoryMD EEG solutions to streamline practice and recoup revenue. MemoryMD provided a compact, easy-to-use EEG technology that allowed Bergen Neurology Consultants to begin offering routine EEGs within a week.


Virginia Tech Sports Medicine Case Study

Virginia Tech Sports Medicine providers needed a portable, reliable, and cost-effective means of obtaining EEG readings. MemoryMD product NeuroCap and NeuroEEG were the ideal solution.


Electroencephalography in the Emergency Department

For as much as CT is overused, EEG is underused in the emergency department. New research demonstrates the primary role that EEG can play in the workup of various neurological conditions.


Ambulatory EEG Surveillance in Epileptic Patients

The one critical issue in Brain Scientific’s automatic seizure detection program is aimed at taking into account a larger temporal context, and thus improving the specificity of the detections.


Brain Scientific on Neurocounseling

Brain Scientific has developed a neuroscience-based conceptual model for human emotional responses and decision-making through our device. The model can be understood in the broad sense of interpersonal and social interaction, as well as dealing with brain circuits and their activity


The Brain Scientific’s Research behind Machine Learning

This is a brief overview of our recent advances with Brain Scientific in the development and utilization of AI-based analysis as it relates to EEG data.


EEG for Alzheimer’s Disease

A growing body of evidence suggests that EEG analyses including both resting state and event-related stimulation protocols, which may be useful in early detection of neural signatures of dementia.


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