A very good and very much needed for the neuros.When we connect many wires to the patient they become either exited or nervous or some kind of unknown feeling which will bias the brain waves seen. Doing it a wireless way, more accurate EEG can be seen. Also the wired systems the technicians spend a lot of time while setting up. The patient needs to be quite cooperative.So this product i wish comes to the market as quick as possible with many more electrodes than shown in the picture.
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