An improved diagnostic system and smart device for epilepsy.
Two products will be developed for the 30% (approx.) of epilepsy sufferers who are drug-resistant. The first product, which will shortly commence clinical trials, is an ambulatory diagnostic device for clinical use in hospitals where patients are being evaluated for resective surgery. The second product is a fully implantable, closed-loop device for the prediction, detection and suppression of epileptic seizures.
An integrated system for improved diagnosis of epilepsy
Diagnostic epilepsy device for hospital use. › Information from MRI and CT scans provides an illustration of the location of implanted electrodes on the patients brain surface (black dots)....
Implantable epilepsy device for longer-term personal use.
A ‘smart’ customised, closed-loop device for the prediction, detection and suppression of seizures.
Deep Brain Stimulation
Movement & Psychiatric disorders
Bionic Enterprises aims to develop advanced DBS systems for intractable movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease, Essential Tremor and certain psychiatric disorders, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). These devices will offer technical, clinical and cost advantages over existing devices.
The application of DBS to treat certain psychiatric disorders is rapidly expanding. OCD, for example, is currently poorly treated with conventional therapies. Bionic Enterprises will develop a device for these patients with stimulation parameters and other features superior to currently available devices.
Parkinson's disease and Essential Tremor
Deep Brain Stimulation for movement disorders
An advanced medical bionics device for intractable movement disorders. Bionic Enterprises aims to develop advanced DBS systems for intractable movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and Essential Tremor. These devices will...
Deep Brain Stimulation for psychiatric disorders
A superior medical bionics device for refractory psychiatric disorders. The application of DBS to treat certain severe psychiatric disorders is rapidly expanding. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), for example, is currently poorly treated...