Advances in Medical Technology in Cuba

jueves, 04 de noviembre de 2010
 
04 de noviembre de 2010, 00:01Havana, November 4 (Prensa Latina) Methods of analysis of the electrical cerebral activity are presented in the 28th edition of the International Fair of Havana (FIHAV 2010), here from November 1 to 6.

The company Neuronic, pioneer in the manufacture of medical equipments, proposes a line of diagnostic services and methods of analysis of the electrical brain activity that is a result of the work of investigation and development of the Center of Neuro Sciences of Cuba, said Doctor Adnelys Reyes Berazaín.

Between the technologies the Automatic Test of Child Brain Development Inquiry stands out, a system for the evaluation of the fundamental conducts of the child brain development from the birth up to five years of age.

This system designed for primary level of attention of health, since the first step of a program of prevention explores three areas: language, movement and sensory activities.

There are other applications of this company such as Neuronic Sleep and Neuronic Epilepsy, Doctor Reyes underlined.

The first one – it is conceived for the diagnosis, evaluation and pursuit of the disorders of the sleep- and the second one has the target to improve and to simplify the detection of the activity in the records for studies of epilepsy.

Among the multiple systems designed by Neuronic he emphasizes also the system AUDIX, conceived to realize a diagnosis that targets auditory losses in the newborn baby up to the adjustment auditory, adds the commercial specialist.

This system was created in 1997 and it is the first equipment of its commercially available type that used the techinically of Evoked Auditory Potentials of Stable State.

At present there are more than 100 equipments installed in Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Spain, China and South Africa.

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