Non-invasive monitoring of intracranial pressure variations via surrogate ICP waveform

Instant real-time visibility to Surrogate ICP waveforms and exclusive minute by minute access to associated parameters such as estimated P2/P1 ratio and normalized time to peak.

Now within minutes you can access information that was previously available only through invasive methods and in very narrow and specific situations.

from sensor placement to estimated parameters in minutes

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Position and adjust a sensor on a patient's head

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Real-time visibility of waveform on an app or patient monitor

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In research applications, monitoring changes in ICP via surrogate ICP waveform and associated parameters better supported diagnostics

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Surrogate ICP waveform

Waveform associated parameters

access to a new vital sign

Access to signals that indicate changes in brain vital functions such as variations in intracranial pressure (ICP) was only possible with a surgical introduction of a catheter which restricted its use and application.

brain4care for the first time is providing non-invasive access to a surrogate ICP waveform from anywhere without the need for surgery.

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Stories of people who overcame disease with brain4care's support. (not cleared for pediatric use in the US)

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    why ICP monitoring is important?

    It improves care pertinence and patient safety by providing additional information that qualify diagnosis, guides therapy, and indicate the evolution of neurological disorders.