Cost-effective disposable EEG sensors for the NHS

Viamed, a dedicated manufacturer and distributor of medical devices to the NHS, has announced its new range of disposable, single-use EEG sensors - offering a cost-effective alternative, compatible with existing Bispectral Index (BIS) monitors.

The company’s solutions aim to reduce healthcare costs, while upholding quality care standards. Designed to monitor anaesthesia depth using BIS derived from EEG signals, these sensors provide real-time insights into patients’ consciousness and brain activity during surgeries.

Key features include:

  • Disposable single-use design: up to 24 hours of continuous use, minimising infection control concerns.
  • Compatibility: easily integrates with various BIS monitors for seamless monitoring.
  • Clinically tested accuracy: rigorously tested for precise depth of anaesthesia monitoring.
  • Soft, biocompatible material: ensures patient comfort and safety during monitoring.
  • Latex-free: reduces risk for patients and healthcare professionals.

Incorporating these sensors into hospitals’ monitoring systems helps to ensure enhanced infection control, seamless integration, reliable monitoring, and significant cost savings.

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