Deploying medical devices into the clinical routine is a challenge. Even if the device performs just as specified it is not a guarantee that it will become a success. There are so many other things that need to be accounted for.
For this there is no shortcut, no matter what solution is to be developed it must be validated clinically. It must be verified in all the stages of the development, from the specifications, the beta testing to the final release.
To account for this we have a wide range of clinical contacts that we are continuously involving in our product development.
Some clinical areas that we have developed products for:
- Electromyography, (EMG), muscle examination.
- Electroneurography, (ENeG), nerve examination.
- Electrocardiography, (ECG), examination of the hart.
- Polysomnography, (PSG), sleep examination.
- Intra operative monitoring, (IOM), monitoring of vital functions during surgery (Scoliosis, Carotid etc.)
- Vestibular evoked myogenic potential, (VEMP), diagnosis of the vestibular system.
- Electroretinography, (ERG), examination of the eye.
- Auditory evoked potential, (AEP), examination of the ear.
- Visual evoked potential, (VEP), examination of the visual system.
- Somatosensory evoked potential, (SEP), examination of the sensory system.
- Mismatch negativity, (MMN), higher cognitive brain function.
- Cognitive evoked potential, (P300), higher cognitive brain function.
- Electroencephalography, (EEG), examination of the brain.
- Galvanic skin response, (GSR), autonomous nervous system examination.