Neurovirtual made a prominent presence at the recent Congress of the Brazilian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology, from October 11th to 14th, with their clinical specialist, Sandro Senra, leading the team. The event brought together renowned professionals and researchers in the field of neurophysiology, providing a platform for sharing knowledge and innovation.
One of the highlights of Neurovirtual’s participation was the presentation of state-of-the-art electroencephalographs, including the BWMini EEG, BWMini PSG, and HST Compass. These advanced devices have proven to play a crucial role in the diagnosis and monitoring of neurological disorders, providing accurate and detailed information for physicians and researchers.
Furthermore, the congress covered a wide range of relevant topics in clinical neurophysiology, including prolonged video EEG monitoring, distinctive patient preparation features for data acquisition, EEG in the neonatal period, the evolution of EEG throughout life, and sleep in childhood and adolescence, among others. Neurovirtual’s active participation in this event underscores its ongoing commitment to advancing clinical neurophysiology and providing cutting-edge technologies for healthcare professionals and researchers dedicated to delivering the best care to patients.