Among the topics covered by the speakers were epilepsy, sleep medicine, vascular neurosurgery, neurodegenerative diseases, neurogenetics, neuropsychology, among others. The event also featured workshops on Behavioral Neurology, Intensive Care Transcranial Dopple, Neuroimaging and Research Ethics.
Neurovirtual, an active participant in the event, set up a stand to present its products, with skilled professionals to answer questions and information material about the equipment. Many experts visited the Neurovirtual stand to ask questions and to know the latest devices.
Highlight for the BWIII EEG Plus ICU Brain Monitor, a complete equipment, which allows the user to run clinical EEG and PSG from the same hardware. Checking of the Integrated impedance directly at the headboard straight from the amplifier, allowing the technicians to check the impedance state without having to leave the patient’s side.
“Our goal is to improve the quality of life of our patients, that is why we are present at congresses and seminars on sleep medicine and related issues in several countries around the world,” says Deisy Rojas, LATAM manager at Neurovirtual, participant of the event.