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Neurovirtual attends The 36th Congress of the Brazilian League of Epilepsy

July 19, 2016


The 36th Congress of the Brazilian League of Epilepsy took place in Recife in the state of Pernambuco. The 3rd International Epilepsy Day Brazil-Latin America also took place during the same event. There were lectures given by nationally and internationally renowned specialists in order to promote qualified education and to spread the knowledge of new technologies.

The congress also served as a platform to encourage the exchange between physicians coming from the great national and international sites studying epilepsy. The event hosted pediatricians, children´s neurologists, neurosurgeons, residentes, academics and other health professionals. It is estimated that more than 500 participants attended this meeting.

Neurovirtual, one of the participants of the event, presented its EEG equipment BWIII EEG Plus ICU, of its Neurology product line, which includes other various devices. Visitors at our stand could see the advantages of this equipment, in use currently by Unifesp, in the development of research on epilepsy in children.

Besides hosting an important number of nationally relevant professionals, there was also a great participation of foreign specialists in the congress programming. Physicians from Argentina, Chile, Colombia and France could be listened to in discussion groups, with presentation of cases in video, symposiums, and lectures along three of the four days of the event.

Dr. Roberto Caraballo (ARG) and Dr. Loreto Rios Pohl (CHI) were the main guests of the discussion groups Penelope’s Syndrome: while you sleep… and Non Epileptic events mistaken as epilepsy in infancy, respectively, coming back after recess to the presentations in video of the cases. The discussion Deep Brain Stimulation. A French Experience took place on the last day of the congress, with French specialists Dr. Lorella Minotti and Dr. Philippe Kahane.


Sandro Senra, Dr. Paulo Ragazzo, Dr. Francisco Arruda e Alex Ribeiro.



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