Neurovirtual participated at the 2015 American Association of Neurology annual meeting in Washington D.C. from Tuesday April 21st through Thursday April 24th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The event was attended by over 12,000 neurology professionals, and 100 exhibitors covering all areas of neurology diagnostics, treatment, research devices, and software applications.
Among the most interesting topics covered at the event were:
- The global burden of Neurological infections: Epidemiology, Treatment, and Prevention.
- Treating Dementia in an age of mixed diseases.
- Future therapies: How we’ll be treating, preventing, and curing epilepsy in the year 2025
- The repeal of the flawed Sustainable Growth Rate formula on Capitol Hill, full details available here.
Neurovirtual presented our latest EEG and PSG devices, including our flagship BW3 ICU Brain Monitoring system which features our powerful BW3 EEG Plus system, medical grade touch-screen computer, and a top-of-the-line Sony Ipela Pan-Tilt-Zoom camera allowing for fully synchronized HD video.
Neurovirtual also featured our proprietary BWAnalysis software application, which feature a number of advantages including brain mapping, spectrum analysis, unlimited free reader licenses, and customizable interface included with the purchase price of any Neurovirtual system.
Visitors and current customers to our booth provided positive feedback including their appreciation for the size, design, and portability of the hardware devices, including the availability of 2-in-1 EEG and PSG systems available in both routine and ambulatory versions.