PL422070A1 - System for continuous, wireless monitoring of electrophysiological activity of nervous system and for automatic detection of partial and generalized epileptic attacks - Google Patents

System for continuous, wireless monitoring of electrophysiological activity of nervous system and for automatic detection of partial and generalized epileptic attacks

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PL422070A1
PL422070A1 PL422070A PL42207017A PL422070A1 PL 422070 A1 PL422070 A1 PL 422070A1 PL 422070 A PL422070 A PL 422070A PL 42207017 A PL42207017 A PL 42207017A PL 422070 A1 PL422070 A1 PL 422070A1
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Kamil ADAMCZYK
Janusz Stanisław Frączek
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Inteliclinic Spółka Z Ograniczoną Odpowiedzialnością
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System do ciągłego, bezprzewodowego monitorowania aktywności elektrofizjologicznej układu nerwowego oraz automatycznego wykrywania napadów padaczkowych składa się z dwóch części: jednorazowej (1) oraz wielorazowej (2). W skład części jednorazowej (1) wchodzi jednorazowy, wymienny plaster przyklejany na czoło pacjenta, z wbudowanymi elektrodami EEG w preferowanej ilości 5 sztuk oraz elektrodami EOG w preferowanej ilości 4 sztuk. Na plastrze ponadto znajduje się ścieżka elektryczna oraz otwory nazywane również odbiornikami światła, które łączy część jednorazową (1) z częścią wielofazowego użytku (2). W skład części wielorazowego użytku (2) wchodzą: pady, które są doczepiane do plastra poprzez piny przy pomocy klipsów, rzepów lub magnesu. Cześć wielorazowego użytku (2) doczepiana jest do części jednorazowej (1), obie części są ze sobą kompatybilne. Istotą zgłoszenia jest bezprzewodowa rejestracja sygnałów EEG oraz EOG, krzywej pletyzmograficznej oraz sygnału spektroskopii bliskiej podczerwieni zebranych przez przedmiotowe zgłoszenie poprzez elektrody EEG (4) oraz elektrody EOG oraz przez sensory spektroskopowe bliskiej podczerwieni. Zgłoszenie automatycznie analizuje i alarmuje o napadzie padaczkowym użytkownika.The system for continuous wireless monitoring of the electrophysiological activity of the nervous system and automatic detection of epileptic seizures consists of two parts: one-time (1) and multi-use (2). The disposable part (1) consists of a disposable, replaceable adhesive patch on the patient's forehead, with embedded EEG electrodes in a preferred number of 5 pieces and EEA electrodes in a preferred number of 4 pieces. The patch also has an electrical path and holes also called light receivers that connect the disposable part (1) with the multiphase part (2). Reusable parts (2) include: pads that are attached to the patch by pins with clips, Velcro or a magnet. The reusable part (2) is attached to the disposable part (1), both parts are compatible with each other. The essence of the application is the wireless recording of EEG and EEA signals, plethysmographic curve and near infrared spectroscopy signal collected by the subject application via EEG (4) and EEA electrodes and by near infrared spectroscopic sensors. The report automatically analyzes and alerts you about your epileptic seizure.

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