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24/7 EEG™ SubQ

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Updated: 03/11/2022

Device Description

UNEEG 24/EEG SubQ is a unique solution to obtain off-line ultra long-term EEG data in the home setting. The device comprises an implantable electrode with two channels and a small external device for power supply and data storage. This ensures robustness of EEG data, high quality of signals and freedom to do everyday activities for the patients. The system comes with software for analysing and visualizing EEG data. It gives an easy overview of seizure activity identified by EEG patterns.

Company or Institution

UNEEG medical

Team Description

UNEEG medical is a Danish entrepreneurial and ambitious company, pioneering cognitive technologies that collect, monitor and analyze brain activity (EEG). Our first CE-marked ultra long-term monitoring device can be used for medical and diagnostic purposes within epilepsy. In 2017, the technology won the U.S Epilepsy Foundations prestigious Shark Tank Prize award.

Monitoring Categories

EEG
Sleep Quality

How is the device worn?

Implanted Device
External Wearable

Body Placement

N/A

How is data transmitted?

Device is BlueTooth prepared, but data is transferred by USB cable.

How is data stored?

How is data from the device stored (e.g., cloud storage)?

The Software provided by UNEEG medical is designed to function in a client-server set-up. Data can be stored either on central server or locally

Device Action

Other

Device Action Description

The device records and stores the EEG for off-line review and analysis

Development Stage

CE Mark
In Clinical Trials

Publications

Yes

Looking for Collaborations

Yes

List of Publications

Weisdorf, S., Gangstad, S.W.., Duun-Henriksen, J., Mosholt, Kjaer, T.W. High similarity between EEG from subcutaneous and proximate scalp electrodes in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. J Neurophysiol. 2018 Sep 1;120(3):1451-1460. https://www.physiology.org/doi/abs/10.1152/jn.00320.2018 Duun-Henriksen, J., Gangstad, S. W., & Blaabjerg, L. (2016). Convenient and Portable Subcutaneous EEG Monitor for Ultra-Long Term Out-Patient Use. In 12th European Congress on Epileptology (p. P234). Prague., Duun-Henriksen, J., Kjaer, T., Sørensen, J., & Juhl, C. (2015). Ultra-long term subcutaneous recording system for EEG surveillance. The 15th European Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology, 127(3), e104–e105. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.clinph.2015.11.352, Duun-Henriksen, J., Kjaer, T. W., Looney, D., Atkins, M. D., Sørensen, J. A., Rose, M., … Juhl, C. B. (2015). EEG Signal Quality of a Subcutaneous Recording System Compared to Standard Surface Electrodes. Journal of Sensors, 2015, 1–9. http://doi.org/10.1155/2015/341208

Is the device inter operable with other devices?

Yes

Does the device have a time stamping component?

N/A

Point of Contact

Knud Stampe, ks@uneeg.com

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