Investing increasingly in portable technologies, Neurovirtual exhibited EEG equipment for live monitoring of the diagnosis of various diseases in the field of neurology, at the anual meeting of the Mexican Academy of Neurology. The event took place between October 30 and November 5 in León Guanajuato, Mexico. Over 100 renowned national and international professors and physicians were present at this meeting. For Neurovirtual CEO Ed Faria, the meeting provided an important space for the brand to showcase its efforts and investments in technology, benefiting both the customer and the patient. “Doctors were able to see our portable technology, the BWMini EEG equipment, with up to 72 hours of continuous recording, with the possibility of creating new lines of investigation and further boosting this study in the Mexican Republic,” he pointed out. Mexican Academy of Neurology President Luis Dávila Maldonado emphasized that the pandemic brought many walls and limitations, which were overcome with information, innovation, and investment in technology. “This allowed for advances in continuous education and, most importantly, to give a new face to the future of neurology,” he reflected in a letter published in the event’s magazine.
Neurovirtual is keeping an eye on the market movement and the demands of professionals in the field, which is why it made available the BWIII EEG and the BWIII EEG Plus equipment with ICU cart, for visitors to see and learn about the brand’s features. Neurovirtual representatives Joseph Pardo Bernal and Andrea Parra welcomed the attending physicians and explained the cutting-edge technology the brand possesses. The CAMELICE President, Dr. Ana Luisa Velasco Monroy, was one of the renowned physicians who got a close look at the equipment and services.
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