Polish researchers develop unique solution for non-invasive brain monitoring
A small group of scientists and engineers from Poland constructed a monitor to be used in monitoring changes in the volume of the brain and the pulse of the blood vessels within the brain. Usage of the apparatus is non-invasive and allows constant tracking of changes in the volume of the brain and blood vessels within the brain either occurring in cycles or intermittently. The company is looking for a financial partner for the production process and also a marketing partner.
The company owns the technology, construction, software and patent. The monitor is unique without an equivalent in the world. The monitor, (through two sensors placed on the forehead of the patient) monitors the changes in the volume of space between the surface of the brain and the cranium (SAS). This space pulsates. The non-invasive method of the monitoring of these pulses and their analysis can be shown as separate processes on a monitor.
Read more here: http://dbs.cordis.lu/cordis-cgi/srchidadb?CALLER=EI_EN_RESU&ACTION=D&QF_EN_RCN_A=33872
Contact Name: SZYMICHOWSKA, Hanna
Contact Organisation: Center of Technology Transfer – CTT
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News Source: Cordis
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